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3 days LCA training – April 2023

WeLOOP organise une formation de trois jours le 5, 6 et 7 avril 2023 sur l’Analyse de Cycle de vie et ses différents aspects. Cette formation se fera en format virtuel et en anglais.

Environmental profile of so called green hydrogen

Hydrogen is a promising solution for storing and supplying energy in the context of decarbonising the economy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. When hydrogen is produced from the electrolysis of water using electricity from renewable sources (non-competing sources), so-called "green hydrogen" can provide relatively clean energy for various sectors, including transport.

WeLOOP is co-organizing IRTC Conference 2023

WeLOOP est fier de faire partie du comité d’organisation d’IRTC Conference 2023. Cette conférence rassemble des experts industriels, des chercheurs ainsi que des décideurs politiques afin de discuter de façon approfondie de la criticité des matières premières.

BATTERS Workshop - Battery waste recycling

In recent years, efforts have been made in the life cycle assessment (LCA) community to improve the consideration of dissipation by modifying life cycle inventories and developing new impact assessment methodologies.

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3 days advanced LCA training – August 2022

Publié le 27 mai 2022 La formation inclut également des cas pratiques sur le logiciel SimaPro (logiciel d’analyse de cycle de vie). Vous pouvez trouver toutes les informations pratiques concernant la formation et l’inscription ici. Pour vous inscrire, merci de nous renvoyer le formulaire par email à info@weloop.org

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Circular economy - New development models

To promote and accelerate the emergence of cross-cutting and multidisciplinary research on this subject, the Hauts-de-France Region is launching a call for projects open to regional laboratories and research establishments which may involve one or more non-academic partners.

LCA review of fishing methods

A fundamental need in life is eating; what we cook, eat, and snack on is often a result of many different factors. If we are privileged enough to be picky about what we eat, we must consider where our food is sourced. Consider for a minute seafood: over 3 billion people rely on seafood for about 20% of their animal protein intake (Thin Lei Win, 2018). The future sustainability of seafood is a significant concern with the increase of the population expected by 2050.