Please note that deadline for oral and poster presentations was January 13, 2013. Deadline for the PechaKucha ecodesign workshop and the Packaging exhibition/design contest contribution was March 28, 2013.
The conference proceedings is available at http://conferences.chalmers.se/index.php/LCM/LCM2013/schedConf/presentations.
The short papers are published according to LCM 2013 sessions. The sessions are in order of appearance. Download the full publication in which all submitted short papers are included here. You can also choose to download each short paper individually here.
Conference special issue
Selected contributions will be invited to a conference special issue in the International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. The special issue will feature the management and social science dimensions advanced at the Life Cycle Management conference. Both oral and poster presentations will be considered for the special issue.
The special issue will be managed by an editorial team consisting of Henrikke Baumann (Chalmers, S), Mattias Lindahl (Linköping, S), Guido Sonneman (Bordeaux, F) Kirsten Schmidt (Copenhagen, DK) and Christina Scandelius (Uxbridge, UK). If your contribution is of interest, you will be contacted by the editorial team with further instructions.
Oral presenter at LCM 2013
Presenters are requested to upload their presentation on sight. Please bring your presentation on a USB memory stick. Time and instructions on how to upload presentations will be available at the registration desk.
The sessions at LCM2013 have a number of different formats. Please check the format of your specific session and prepare your presentation accordingly. Note for example that the sessions “LCA highlights”, “Databases and capacity building”, “Innovation and product development: Interactive” and “Management of seafood and fisheries” have special settings.
Please consult the Guidelines for oral presenters at LCM 2013 for further information.
Poster presenter at LCM 2013
Poster presenters are expected to print and bring their own poster to the conference venue (poster size should be A0-format (841 mm x 1189 mm) and the poster orientation should be portrait NOT landscape.
LCM 2013 features some session with poster highlights with very short oral presentations of associated posters. Please note if you are expected to contribute to a poster highlight. Sessions with poster highlights are:
- Food waste in a value chain perspective
- LCA critical review
- Management of seafood and fisheries
- Metrics behind the management of supply chains
- Preparing for right prices
- Sustainability data exchange
Please consult the Guidelines for poster presenters at LCM 2013 for further information.
Session format for each session
If you have forgotten which session your presentation has been accepted to, you may find this out by logging into your ConfTool account at https://www.conftool.pro/lcm2013/index.php?page=submissions.
Standard sessions with 12 minutes presentations
Application of life cycle approach in environmental policy
Broadening the scope of life cycle approaches
Broadening the scope of life cycle assessment – LCSA
Business strategy and LCM
Current developments in life cycle based declarations
Current developments in life cycle based labeling
Does research matter? – The role of LCA and LCM tools in public policy-making
End of life management
Exploring challenges and opportunities of LCM and LCA: Industry cases
Food waste in a value chain perspective 1 and 2
Governance of critical raw materials
Innovation and product development 1
LCA critical review
LCM and decision making – what we have learnt
Management of natural resources (Abiotic)
Management of natural resources (Biotic)
Metrics behind the management of supply chains
Preparing for right prices
Roles and responsibilities in building and construction
Roles and responsibility in the mobility sector
Sustainability data exchange
Sustainable product chains – the role and responsibilities of retailers
Sustainable production 1 and 2
The role of communication in LCM
Trade associations – drivers for LCM?
Sessions with shorter presentations
Databases and capacity building
Management of seafood and fisheries
Panel debates, workshops and round tables
Biodiversity and ecosystem services in life cycle management – methods and values: Workshop
Current developments in life cycle based labeling and declarations: Round table
Exploring challenges and opportunities of LCM and LCA for the industry: Panel
Exploring challenges and opportunities of LCM and LCA for the industry: Round table
Innovation and product development: Interactive
Management of green product portfolios: Panel