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Quantifying GHG emissions in business supply chains

Understanding and quantifying how greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are embodied in different goods and services is rapidly developing both as an academic area and as a business and policy tool. This project will develop much more rigorous and practical methods for quantifying GHG emissions in business supply chains, in particular to allow robust business decisions to be made about materials, products and services sourced from different regions of the world.

Small World Consulting Limited

Small World Consulting helps organisations to understand and manage their climate change impact with special focus on supply chain greenhouse gas emissions assessment, policy development and practical action. The project builds upon their leading-edge supply chain emissions assessment tools, especially in the tracking of internationally traded carbon.

Researcher: Robin Frost

Robin Frost studied Natural Sciences and Computer Science at the University of Cambridge. He spent 18 years working in quality assurance and systems management in the vegetable oil industry, before returning to Lancaster University in 2011 to complete an MSc in Environmental Informatics.

Project supervision

  • Small World Consulting Ltd
  • Lancaster University

Tue 24 April 2012