• 02.-03.11.

    Workshop on Global Responsibility and Spillover effects organized by GIZ and SDSN Germany

    Senior researchers Neus Escobar and Jan Janosch Förster engaged in the SDSN-workshop on Global Responsibility and spillover effects, November 2-3, 2017 in Berlin.

    Neus Escobar presented her ongoing research under the STRIVE project, specifically her methodological contribution for the development of a framework for Consequential Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) based on Input-Output Analysis, together with colleagues from Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (Vienna University of Economics and Business), and also the potential implementation of LCA into the trase platform (, developed in the Stockholm Environmental Institute (SEI) for supply chain transparency also as regards carbon and other ecological footprints.