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International Sustainable Production and Consumption conference

The conference will take place in Manchester, UK, 4-5 October 2018.

The International Sustainable Production and Consumption conference (EFCE event number 754) will take place in Manchester, UK, 4-5 October 2018. Organised in collaboration with the Sustainable Production and Consumption journal, this inaugural international conference will provide a platform for high-quality papers related to sustainable production and consumption. It aims to explore multidimensional interactions between technology, society and policy.

Chaired by Professor Adisa Azapagic (who also chairs the EFCE Sustainability Section), this is a new international conference whose subject matter is more important than ever. What was once ‘nice to have’ is now vital to the future of the planet. Awareness of the need for sustainable production and consumption has made dramatic progress in the last few years. However, there is so much more that we can do and so much more that needs to be done.

Date

4-5 October 2018

Title

International Sustainable Production and Consumption

Location

Manchester, UK

Conference chair

Professor Adisa Azapagic FREng FIChemE FRSC, University of Manchester, UK

More information

Organised in collaboration with the Sustainable Production and Consumption journal, this inaugural international conference will provide a platform for high-quality papers related to sustainable production and consumption. It aims to explore multidimensional interactions between technology, society and policy.

Papers are invited from engineers, natural and social scientists and those at the interface between these disciplines. Papers should include some elements of life cycle thinking and should clearly demonstrate that they are addressing topics related to sustainable production and consumption. 

The topics covered by the conference will include:

  • circular economy
  • sustainable technologies, products and services
  • energy, food, water and waste nexus
  • life cycle sustainability assessment and management
  • consumer engagement and communication
  • sustainable lifestyles
  • sustainable policy development

http://www.icheme.org/ispcc