Emma Rex

Projektledare at Chalmers, Centre for Environment and Sustainability (GMV)

Projects

2012–2014

Sweadish Leadership for Global Life Cycle Thinking

Sara Palander Centre for Environment and Sustainability (GMV)
Emma Rex Centre for Environment and Sustainability (GMV)
VINNOVA

2012–2013

Life cycle based innovation

Emma Rex Centre for Environment and Sustainability (GMV)
Sara Palander Centre for Environment and Sustainability (GMV)
VINNOVA

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Publications

2015

Energy efficiency along the value chain – ways of working for increased competitiveness

Emma Rex, Birgit Brunklaus, Katarina Lorentzon
Report
2015

Organizational challenges and solutions for practical implementation of life cycle improvements.

Emma Rex, Birgit Brunklaus, Sara Palander et al
Conference poster
2012

SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION RESEARCH: AWARENESS, MEASURES AND DEVELOPMENT

Björn Johansson, Andreas Dagman, Emma Rex et al
International Journal of Sustainable Development. Vol. 4 (11), p. 95-104
Journal article
2008

Marketing for Life Cycle Thinking

Emma Rex
Doctoral thesis
2008

Implications of an interpretive understanding of LCA practice

Henrikke Baumann, Emma Rex
Business Strategy and the Environment. Vol. 17 (7), p. 420-430
Journal article
2007

Company-related or product-related envrionmental communication?

Emma Rex
3rd International conference on Life Cycle Managment, Zurich, p. 83-84
Conference contribution
2007

Beyond ecolabels: what green marketing can learn from conventional marketing

Emma Rex, Henrikke Baumann
Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 15 (6), p. 567-576
Journal article
2007

Individual adaptation of industry LCA practice: Results from two case studies in the Swedish forest products industry

Emma Rex, Henrikke Baumann
International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. Vol. 12 (4), p. 266-271
Journal article
2005

Implications of an interpretative-based understanding of LCA practice

Emma Rex, Henrikke Baumann
Conference contribution
2004

Evaluation of LCA activities in industry Ð a field study

Emma Rex
Conference contribution