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2012ENVIFOOD Protocol: launch of the collectively-agreed sectorial methodology for assessing the environmental performance of food and drink products in EuropeDE CAMILLIS CAMILLO; BLIGNY Jean-Christophe; PENNINGTON David; PÁLYI Balázs; BAUER Christian; SCHENKER Urs; KING Henry; LUNDQUIST Lars; MARTIN Nicolas; UNGER Nicole, et alContributions to Conferences
2012The European Food Sustainable Consumption and Production Round Table Working Group 1 Workshop - Towards the ENVIFOOD Protocol: deriving scientifically-sound rules from exisiting methodological alternatives - Summary ReportDE CAMILLIS CAMILLO; BLIGNY Jean-Christophe; PENNINGTON David; BAUER Christian; PONSIOEN Tommie; SCHENKER Urs; SUEYS Rudi; UNGER Nicole; LUNDQUIST Lars; BRANDAO MIGUEL, et alBooks
2012Outcomes of the second workshop of the Food Sustainable Consumption and Production Round Table Working Group 1: deriving scientifically-sound rules for a sector-specific environmental assessment methodologyDE CAMILLIS CAMILLO; BLIGNY Jean-Christophe; PENNINGTON David; PÁLYI BalázsArticles in Journals
2012Water footprint in the context of sustainability assessment. Report on the application of life cycle based indicators of water consumption in the context of integrated sustainability impact analysisSALA SERENELLA; BIANCHI ALESSANDRA; BLIGNY Jean-Christophe; BOURAOUI Faycal; CASTELLANI Valentina; DE CAMILLIS CAMILLO; MUBAREKA Sarah; VANDECASTEELE INE; WOLF Marc-AndreeEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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