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Organisation Environmental Footprint (OEF) Guide

By Nathan Pelletier, Karen Allacker, Simone Manfredi, Kirana Chomkhamsri and Danielle Maia de Souza


The Organisation Environmental Footprint (OEF) is a multi-criteria measure of the environmental performance of a goods/services-providing Organisation from a life cycle perspective. OEF studies are produced for the overarching purpose of seeking to reduce the environmental impacts associated with organisational activities, taking into account supply chain activities (from extraction of raw materials, through production and use, to final waste management). The Organisations involved include companies, public administrative entities, non-profit organisations and other bodies. OEFs are complimentary to other instruments that focus on specific sites and thresholds. This document provides guidance on how to calculate an OEF, as well as how to create sector-specific methodological requirements for use in Organisation Environmental Footprint Sector Rules (OEFSRs).nrpages: 148status: publishe

Topics: life cycle assessment, environmental impact, life cycle thinking
Publisher: Ispra, Italy
Year: 2012
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Provided by: Lirias

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