EnVOC downloads - CEENE

Video from 55th LCA Discussion Forum

Presentation Prof. Jo Dewulf - 11/04/2014

Software: CEENE method

Our research group at Ghent University Belgium works on environmental sustainability in terms of resource use. We have brought forward characterisation of natural resource use by a thermodynamic approach: the Cumulative Exergy Extraction from the Natural Environment / CEENE in the following papers:

  • J. Dewulf, M.E. Bösch, B. De Meester, G. Van Der Vorst, H. Van Langenhove, S. Hellweg, M.A.J. Huijbregts. Cumulative Exergy Extraction from the Natural Environment (CEENE): a comprehensive Life Cycle Impact Assessment method for resource accounting. Environmental Science and Technology 41(2007) 8477-8483.
  • R.A.F. Alvarenga, J. Dewulf, H. Van Langenhove, M.A.J. Huijbregts. Exergy-based accounting for land as a natural resource in life cycle assessment. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 18 (2013) 939-947.
  • S. E. Taelman, S. De Meester, T. Schaubroeck, E. Sakshaug, R. A. F. Alvarenga, J. Dewulf. Accounting for the occupation of the marine environment as a natural resource in life cycle assessment: An exergy based approach. (2014) Resources Conservation and Recycling 91(2014) 1–10.

For a full description of the CEENE method, and files to implement the CEENE in OpenLCA and SimaPro, please download the ZIP-file.

Other:

(only available in Dutch - pdf - 2.4MB)

Valideren van de meetprocedure voor de bepaling van geur- en ammoniakemissies van referentieveestallen als voorbereiding op de implementatie van de beoordelingsrichtlijn voor emissie-arme stalsystemen. - H. Van Langenhove en N. Defoer.