Webinar: Redefining the life cycle of LCA studies – 22 June with Downer and thinkstep.
Join Thinkstep for a 30 minute webinar on 22 June to find out how Downer use software tools to maximise their internal capacity.
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) reports are often treated like user manuals – read once and filed away.
Downer Group and thinkstep will explore a new breed of LCA. Instead of printed technical jargon, a new generation of interactive tools are empowering internal teams to implement eco-design. This integrated approach drives both sustainability and innovation.
Event Type: Webinar
Event Date: 22 Jun 2017
Event Time / Duration: 3:00 - 3:30 PM
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