This part of the website is meant to be a repository of resources which might be of interest to students of industrial ecology and related fields.
Looks a little empty, right? Well, we're counting on your contributions!
If you have anything you’d like to see here, or anything to add, please tell the student board and it'll promptly appear here!
http://metabolismofcities.org/: This website is an open source initiative launched in August 2014 as 'MFA Tools'. It was launched with the purpose of:
In January 2016 the website was renamed to Metabolism of Cities, to reflect the broadening scope to other methodologies.
All code for this website is hosted on github and we invite programmers to help us improve the website and the online MFA software. But you don't need to be a programmer to help improve this website!
We need help identifying suitable studies, extracting relevant numbers, and presenting the data! We can use help in many forms, and would hereby like to invite anyone to join us.
The new website is a collection of examples illustrating how to model consequential product systems in LCA as it is recommended in the ISO 14040 series. It is intended as an open resource for students and the novice LCA practitioner. The site provides free access to information that is often hidden deep within LCA reports or even left out in brief scientific papers to save space
consequential-lca.org is a community resource. We hope that the community of LCA practitioners – and especially students - will contribute further examples of good practice so that the website will grow to show solutions in as many different application areas as possible.