Vadenbo, Carl

Carl Vadenbo

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ETH Zürich

Ökologisches Systemdesign 

HPZ  E 32.1 

John-von-Neumann-Weg 9

8093 Zürich

Switzerland

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Journals

An MFA-based optimization model for increased resource efficiency:.
Manfred Klinglmair, Carl O. Vadenbo, Thomas F. Astrup, and Charlotte Scheutz
Resources, Conservation and Recycling, (2017) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Influence of Input-Scrap Quality on the Environmental Impact of Secondary Steel Production.
Melanie Haupt, Carl Vadenbo, Christoph Zeltner, and Stefanie Hellweg
Journal of Industrial Ecology, (2017) Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
Priority of domestic biomass resources for energy: Importance of national environmental targets in a climate perspective.
Davide Tonini, Carl Vadenbo, and Thomas F. Astrup
Energy, (2017) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Environmental Multiobjective Optimization of the Use of Biomass Resources for Energy.
Davide Tonini, Carl O. Vadenbo, and Thomas F. Astrup
Energy, (2017) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Do We Have the Right Performance Indicators for the Circular Economy?: Insight into the Swiss Waste Management System.
Melanie Haupt, Carl Vadenbo, and Stefanie Hellweg
Journal of Industrial Ecology, (2016) Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Let’s be clear(er) about substitution – a reporting framework to account for product displacement in LCA.
Carl O. Vadenbo, Hellweg Stefanie, and Thomas Fruergaard Astrup
Journal of Industrial Ecology, (2016) Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Life cycle assessment of resource recovery from municipal solid waste incineration bottom ash.
Elisa Allegrini, Carl Vadenbo, Alessio Boldrin, and Thomas Fruergaard Astrup
Journal of Environmental Management, (2015) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Impact Assessment of Abiotic Resources in LCA. Quantitative Comparison of Selected Characterization Models.
Jakob T. Rorbech, Carl Vadenbo, Stefanie Hellweg, and Thomas F. Astrup
Environmental science & technology, (2014) Washington, D.C: American Chemical Society.
Impact assessment of abiotic resources in LCA. Quantitative comparison of selected characterization models.
Jakob Thaysen Rørbech, Carl Vadenbo, Stefanie Hellweg, and Thomas F. Astrup
Environmental science & technology, (2014) Washington, DC: American Chemical Society.
Multi-objective optimization of waste and resource management in industrial networks - Part II. Model application to the treatment of sewage sludge.
Carl Vadenbo, Gonzalo Guillén-Gosálbez, Dominik Saner, and Stefanie Hellweg
Resources, conservation and recycling, (2014) Amsterdam: Elsevier.
 
 
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