Are Life-Cycle Assessments Worth the (Recycled) Paper They’re Printed On?

This post originally appeared at Ensia.

In a recent report, LCA specialist Simon Hann offers suggestions for commissioners, practitioners and readers of LCAs to, among other things, help avoid drawing inaccurate or incomplete conclusions from executive summaries of the studies. Image from the report, “Plastics: Can Life Cycle Assessment Rise to the Challenge?”

Marine litter is another issue

Karine Vann is a Boston-based journalist who writes about food systems, waste and the circular economy.

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