Life Cycle Association of New Zealand


    In a move designed to help boost its understanding of the impacts involved in its supply chain, Turkey-based denima manufacturing giant Isko has worked to obtain Life Cycle Assessments of all 25,000 + of its denim products.

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    Efficient use of local resources may improve the productivity, resilience and competitiveness of European pig production, says Wendy Rauw, research scientist, INIA in Spain.

    BillerudKorsnäs has launched what it describes as its first packaging with a climate-positive impact. D-Sack, the dissolvable sack for cement and other construction materials, disintegrates in a conventional mixer and the bio-based carbon in the paper is captured in the construction itself. In a life cycle assessment conducted by IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, D-Sack proves to capture CO2 over a one hundred-year perspective, meaning that it is climate positive.

    About Us


    The Life Cycle Association of New Zealand (LCANZ) was established in June 2009 to provide a focal point for Life Cycle Assessment and Management work conducted in New Zealand. Read more

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    GHG Footprints

    Work led by Landcare Research, supported by Plant and Food Research, AgriLINK New Zealand, and Massey University, produced an indicative sector carbon footprint for ZESPRI ® GREEN, GOLD and ORGANIC Kiwifruit for Zespri International Ltd and the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.