Workshops and Knowledge Sharing Sessions on Getting started with Life Cycle Approaches
Life Cycle tools and approaches hold great potential for addressing environmental and broader sustainability concerns in industry and public policy. Through its systemic cradle-to-grave approach, Life Cycle Thinking reduces risks of sub-optimization and problem-shifting from one part of the life cycle to another or from one type of impact to another. At the organizational level, it helps to improve sustainability performance, operational efficiency and competitive positioning. The aim of the workshop and knowledge-sharing session is to enable Indian professionals interested in Life Cycle Thinking and Life Cycle Assessment to learn more about these from national and international experts.
These programs are ideal for management executives, environmental consultants, practicing engineers in industry, academia, and research institutes as well as senior decision-makers in business and public policy, who wish to get started with Life Cycle approaches. The programs are carefully designed with instructor-led presentations, interactive sessions, and case studies to facilitate a clear understanding of tools and methodologies, and enable access to national and global resources for implementation.
The events are organized as part of Sustainable Recycling Industries1 programme, and are open to participants who intend applying the learning in their respective professional context. There is no course fee; however participation is by invitation only. Interested participants may request an invitation by sending an email to email@example.com
|Half day Knowledge sharing Session on Use of Life Cycle Approaches to Meet Sustainability Challenges|
|06 Feb, 2018||Gujarat Environment Management Institute, Gandhinagar|
|08 Feb, 2018||Indian Rubber Manufacturers Research Association, Mumbai|
|16 Feb, 2018||TERI School of Advanced Studies, New Delhi|
|08 Mar, 2018||National Environmental Engineering Research Institute, Nagpur|
|1.5-day Workshop on Environmental Sustainability through Science-based tools and approaches|
|06-07 Feb, 2018||Gujarat Environment Management Institute, Gandhinagar|
|08-09 Feb, 2018||Indian Rubber Manufacturers Research Association, Mumbai|
|12-13 Feb, 2018||National Council for Cement and Building Materials, Ballabhgarh|
|15-16 Feb, 2018||TERI School of Advanced Studies, New Delhi|
|06-07 Mar, 2018||National Environmental Engineering Research Institute, Nagpur|
1SRI is a programme funded by the Swiss State Secretariat of Economic Affairs (SECO) and jointly implemented by ecoinvent, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa), and the World Resources Forum (WRF) through three linked components: Life Cycle Inventories, Recycling Initiatives, and SRI Roundtable. To learn more about SRI, please check ecoinvent or SRI website.
For Registration please contact undersigned:
Archana Datta / Aayushi Koorichh
FICCI Quality Forum
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry
Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi 110001
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