Most sustainability projects involve collecting and analyzing data on a complex, multi-faceted situation, and then using the results to develop proposed actions for a corporation, NGO, or government agency. By applying the principles of decision-support methods developed in the fields of economics and decision analysis we can more readily handle the tradeoffs that inevitably come with multidimensional problems.
And that’s the topic of “2 Economic Concepts Every Sustainability Professional Should Know,” an article in GreenBiz by our own senior sustainability analyst Valentina Prado Ph.D. Valentina draws on her experience teaching Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) theory and application in the masters-level Industrial Ecology program at the Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML) at Leiden University in the Netherlands, as well as her hands-on experience applying LCA and multi-criteria decision analysis;
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