|Day & Time
304 Hamilton Hall
|Instructor||Adriana B Kliegman|
|Method of Instruction||In-Person|
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), a methodology to assess the environmental impact of products, services, and industrial processes is an increasingly important tool in corporate sustainability management. This course teaches both the theoretical framework as well as step-by-step practical guidelines of conducting LCAs in companies and organizations. Particular emphasis is placed on separating the more academic, but less practically relevant aspects of LCA (which will receive less focus) from the actual practical challenges of LCA (which will be covered in detail, including case studies). The course also covers the application of LCA metrics in a companies’ management and discusses the methodological weaknesses that make such application difficult, including how these can be overcome. Product carbon footprinting (as one form of LCA) receives particular focus, owing to its widespread practical use in recent and future sustainability management.
|Enrollment||7 students (30 max) as of 6:05PM Wednesday, October 4, 2023|
|Division||School of Professional Studies|
|Note||Cross Reg Open/Graduate Students Only/Prof Adriana Kliegman|