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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Ecological Footprint and Life Cycle Assessment in the sustainability assessment of tourism activitiesSALA SERENELLA; CASTELLANI ValentinaArticles in Journals
2012Environmental sustainability assessment of a short wood supply chainMIRABELLA Nadia; CASTELLANI Valentina; SALA SERENELLAContributions to Conferences
2014Forestry operations in the alpine context. Life Cycle Assessment to support the integrated assessment of short forestry - wood supply chainMIRABELLA Nadia; CASTELLANI Valentina; SALA SERENELLAArticles in Journals
2014LCA for assessing environmental benefit of eco-design strategies and short forest-wood supply chain: a furniture case studyMIRABELLA Nadia; CASTELLANI Valentina; SALA SERENELLAArticles in Journals
2013Research findings and decision making: the case of renewable energyCASTELLANI Valentina; PIAZZALUNGA Andrea; SALA SERENELLAArticles 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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