Academy awards

Academy awards are given to honour current outstanding contributions within the field of quantitative sustainability assessment.

The Academy awards are given in appreciation of contributions of outstanding quality, within the last two years (incl. current year), within the field of quantitative sustainability assessment, in the form of either conference presentations or scientific publications. Equal weight is given to scientific content and application/communication.

In 2017, the Academy awards was presented first time at the SETAC-Europe 23rd LCA Case Studies Symposium and were supported by Elsevier and Springer. Read the speech and find out more about the winning papers at the Academy Award 2017 page. Below a few photos from the 2017 award ceremony.

Complex choices of the selection procedure.

Matthias Buyle gets his Award for LCA modelling

More complex choices for the best article on policy application

Helena Mälkki receiving her Award for both lifetime effort and best current article on LCA teaching.