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Material Efficiency Strategies for a Low-Carbon Future. An insight into the modelling
The International Society for Industrial Ecology in close collaboration with NTNU Sustainability and the International Resource Panel, are pleased to invite you to this webinar about the “Resource Efficiency and Climate Change: Material Efficiency Strategies for a Low-Carbon Future” report. This event will present the details of the modelling carried out for the development of the work.
The report can be found here: https://www.resourcepanel.org/reports/resource-efficiency-and-climate-change
Some of the authors will present their contribution, and how the modelling of material efficiency of buildings and transport have been structured.

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1 - Elsa Olivetti, Welcome

2 - Edgar Hertwich, The carbon footprint of materials and the need to model material efficiency

3 - Niko Heeren, Archetype models of material efficiency in buildings

4 - Qingshi Tu and Paul Wolfram, Material efficiency in light-duty vehicles

5 - Tomer Fishman, Scenario development for buildings and light-duty vehicles

6 - Stefan Pauliuk, Tracing material flows through product cohorts - the ODYM-RECC framework for assessing resource use over time

7 - Edgar Hertwich, Scenario results – GHG emission reductions from material efficiency

8 - Stefan Pauliuk, Outlook

9 - Elsa Olivetti, Discussion

Feb 18, 2021 03:00 PM in Paris

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