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WEBINAR RECORDING: The How and Why of an LCA
Recorded live on Thursday April 16, 2015 at 11:00 am PST / 2:00 pm EST
How can industries calculate the cradle-to-grave impacts of products, processes, and services? Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is one of the hottest topics in the sustainability profession today, yet it is still a very technical process and a mystery to many sustainability practitioners. This presentation will provide attendees with an understanding of the LCA process, how to use the information an LCA generates, how to begin conducting an LCA, and the context of LCA within the greater scope of Life Cycle Thinking.
Mr. Yorzyk has worked with a variety of companies and trade associations on Life Cycle Assessment projects, the development of LCA capacity, and integration of Life Cycle Thinking into business process. He will draw on examples from a variety of industries and applications to present a wide perspective on LCA.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Sustainability Professionals with a desire to better understand this tool, how it is used, and what to expect from an LCA study
- High-level LCA methodology, how LCAs are positioned within the spectrum of “Life Cycle Thinking,” how the tool is commonly used, and what to expect from an LCA study.
Jeff Yorzyk is a Senior Program Manager at Cardno, with 18 years of experience specializing in the management of business risk associated with sustainability and the business case for taking action. He has managed and lead Life Cycle Assessment and Management Systems teams, facilitated sustainability strategy development, coordinated complicated value chain data collection and modeling efforts, and supported the communication of environmental improvement to internal and external stakeholders.
Jeff has a combination of academic and professional experience in process engineering, environmental science, organizational psychology, and business that provides unique insight into the technical, scientific, and business factors influencing the life cycle impact of strategic sustainability decisions. In the course of his experience, he has also developed a strong capacity-building approach that recognizes the critical human component of any successful sustainability project.
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