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      Carbon footprint of construction industry: A global review and supply chain analysis

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            System boundary selection in life-cycle inventories using hybrid approaches.

            Life-cycle assessment (LCA) is a method for evaluating the environmental impacts of products holistically, including direct and supply chain impacts. The current LCA methodologies and the standards by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) impose practical difficulties for drawing system boundaries; decisions on inclusion or exclusion of processes in an analysis (the cutoff criteria) are typically not made on a scientific basis. In particular, the requirement of deciding which processes could be excluded from the inventory can be rather difficult to meet because many excluded processes have often never been assessed by the practitioner, and therefore, their negligibility cannot be guaranteed. LCA studies utilizing economic input-output analysis have shown that, in practice, excluded processes can contribute as much to the product system under study as included processes; thus, the subjective determination of the system boundary may lead to invalid results. System boundaries in LCA are discussed herein with particular attention to outlining hybrid approaches as methods for resolving the boundary selection problem in LCA. An input-output model can be used to describe at least a part of a product system, and an ISO-compatible system boundary selection procedure can be designed by applying hybrid input-output-assisted approaches. There are several hybrid input-output analysis-based LCA methods that can be implemented in practice for broadening system boundary and also for ISO compliance.
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              A review of recent multi-region input–output models used for consumption-based emission and resource accounting

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                Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
                Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
                Elsevier BV
                13640321
                May 2020
                May 2020
                : 124
                : 109783
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                10.1016/j.rser.2020.109783
                83547790-1508-437b-93fe-a0258a728901
                © 2020

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