Co-create to drive change. Our recent rapid prototype project to ‘bring LCA to the beginning of innovation’ revealed that
- Life cycle perspectives are used in different ways throughout the design/innovation process within accepted stage gates;
- As LCA practitioners it’s our calling to create tools and processes suited to these stages so they’re ready to be used at the time of need; and
- We can’t do this alone.
During this webinar Jeremy Faludi (TU Delft) and Jim Fava (co-founder of FSLCI and Executive Director with Anthesis) shared their insights and the importance of co-creation of the tools to embed LCT/LCA right from the beginning of innovation. Time was made available for participants to also share their learnings. The collective goal is to add Sustainability/LCT/LCA criteria to decision-making as costs, reliability, performance, and safety are today to accelerate the purchase and use of products with both positive sustainability and business impacts.