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Session Overview
Session
Session 4.1: Methodology: Methodological gaps and ways forward
Time:
Tuesday, 06/Sept/2022:
11:15am - 12:45pm

Session Chair: Lindsey Roche
Location: Plenary hall

150 seats

Session Abstract

Since its development, Social Life Cycle Assessment (S-LCA) has grown in maturity and is now a standalone methodology but it still faces a variety of methodological challenges. This session aims to address the methodological gaps in S-LCA and propose solutions and a way forward. Topics include social life cycle impact assessment, using S-LCA databases, software solutions to conduct S-LCA, and primary data collection. Presentations in this session aim to further the methodological development of S-LCA


Presentations

Opportunities and challenges of using direct quantification of indicators in PSILCA – An example of Social Life Cycle Assessment of fuel cell electric vehicle production

Sally Kirsten Springer, Christina Wulf, Petra Zapp

Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Institute of Energy and Climate Research – Systems Analysis and Technology Evaluation, Germany



Making it easier to apply social life cycle assessment: A software tool for comprehensive and user-friendly S-LCA

Marwa Hannouf, Alejandro Padilla-Rivera, Getachew Assefa, Ian Gates

University of Calgary, TOSSA



Consolidating s-LCA in key industrial sectors: A literature review

Hannah Ventz1, Estelle Gervais2, Rabea Hinsching1

1Fraunhofer-Zentrum für Internationales Management und Wissensökonomie IMW, Germany; 2Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISE



Towards a Social-driven Method to Collect Primary Data for Workers in SLCA

Arij Mohamad Radwan Omar Chabrawi1, Cassia Maria Lie Ugaya2, Josemberg Moura Andrade3, Traverso Marzia4

1University of Brasilia, Brazil; 2Universidade Federal Técnica do Paraná, Brazil; 3University of Brasilia, Brazil; 4RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Sustainability in Civil Engineering, Germany



Linking the UN Sustainable Development Goals to product-level impact information

Rosan Harmens, Shaniq Pillay

PRé Sustainability, Netherlands, The



The Psychosocial Risk Factor Impact Pathway (PRF-IP) using SimaPro software

Nathalie Iofrida, Giacomo Falcone, Giovanni Gulisano, Anna Irene De Luca

Università degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria, Italy