While the potential of LCA for sustainable development makes no doubt for experts in the field – including LCA4Regions partners! – it is in some cases relatively unknown, especially from industry and government. Many studies, good practices and success stories exist to demonstrate the benefits of LCA, but are they effectively shared? To promote LCA, it is important to reflect on how to build a critical mass of people with the right capacities. Regional authorities have a role to play in developing LCA, and so have science and education.

For their fifth Transnational Learning Journey, LCA4Regions partners focused on training and capacity building in LCA.

During three days, hosted by the Lodzkie Region in Poland, they answered questions such as what is an adequate training in LCA, are the current approaches effective, which means are currently existing, are they the right ones to promote LCA, which are the suitable cooperations for the development of LCA? Participants exchanged ideas to increase the effectiveness of capacity building and share examples of successful trainin

Recordings

28 September | Day 1: LCA in the region; Training and capacity building

29 September 2021| Day 2: LCA good practices on training and capacity building

30 September 2021| Day 3: Case study & Peer review

Presentations

28 September | Day 1: LCA in the region; Training and capacity building


29 September 2021| Day 2: LCA good practices on training and capacity building

30 September 2021| Day 3: Case study & Peer review


Ressources

    Agenda (pdf)

    Policy context of the Lodzkie Region

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