Kristin Fransson

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2013

Who needs to know what about energy use? The palm oil biofuel case

Magdalena Svanström, Rickard Arvidsson, Kristin Fransson et al
6th International Conference on Life Cycle Management
Conference contribution
2013

Managing chemical risk information. the case of Swedish retailers and Chinese suppliers in textile supply chains

Kristin Fransson, Birgit Brunklaus, Sverker Molander et al
Sustainability fashion and textiles: values, design, production and consumption, Greenleaf Publishing
Book chapter
2013

Flows of Chemical Risk Information in the Consumer Paint Product Chain

Kristin Fransson, Birgit Brunklaus, Sverker Molander
Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 17 (2), p. 310-320
Journal article
2013

Handling chemical risk information in international textile supply chains

Kristin Fransson, Sverker Molander
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. Vol. 56 (3), p. 345-361
Journal article
2012

How much energy is used when producing biofuels?

Rickard Arvidsson, Kristin Fransson, Morgan Fröling et al
World Bioenergy 2012, Jönköping, Sweden
Conference poster
2012

Energy use indicators in energy and life cycle assessments of biofuels: review and recommendations

Rickard Arvidsson, Kristin Fransson, Morgan Fröling et al
Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 31, p. 54-61
Journal article
2012

How do we know the energy use when producing biomaterials or biofuels?

Rickard Arvidsson, Kristin Fransson, Morgan Fröling et al
Proceedings of ECO-TECH 2012
Conference contribution
2012

Towards transparent and relevant use of energy use indicators in LCA studies of biofuels

Rickard Arvidsson, Kristin Fransson, Morgan Fröling et al
6th SETAC World Congress / SETAC Europe 22nd Annual Meeting in Berlin
Conference poster
2012

Calculating the Swedish economy‐wide emissions of additives from plastic materials

Sverker Molander, Kristin Fransson, Johan Tivander et al
33rd Annual Meeting SETAC North America
Conference poster
2011

Assessing the Environmental Impacts of Palm Oil

Rickard Arvidsson, Kristin Fransson, Morgan Fröling et al
Palm Oil: Nutrition, Uses and Impacts, p. Chapter 5-
Book chapter
2011

The construction and handling of chemical risk information in a paint supply chain

Kristin Fransson, Sverker Molander
6th International Conference on Industrial Ecology, Berkley, California, June 7-10, 2011
Conference contribution
2009

Chemical information in textile supply chains - the case of Swedish producers and importers

Kristin Fransson, Sverker Molander
SETAC Europe 19th Annual Meeting. Protecting ecosystem health: facing the challenge of a globally changing environment, 31 May - 4 June 2009, Göteborg, Sweden
Conference poster
2008

Sewage sludge handling with phosphorus utilization – life cycle assessment of four alternatives

Kristin Johansson, Anna Maria Olsson, Morgan Fröling et al
Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 16, p. 135-151
Journal article
2008

Attitudes to risk information among Swedish textile importers

Kristin Fransson, Sverker Molander
Integrated Testing Strategies for REACH 1st SETAC Europe Special Science Symposium, 23-24 October 2008, Brussels, Belgium
Conference poster
2006

Life Cycle Assessment of District Heat Distribution in Suburban Areas using PEX Pipes Insulated with Expanded Polystyrene

Maria Perzon, Kristin Johansson, Morgan Fröling
International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment (5), p. 317-327
Journal article
2004

Environmental performance of four different methods for utilization of the phosphorus content in Sewage Sludge from Stockholm, Sweden

Magdalena Svanström, Morgan Fröling, Kristin Johansson et al
9th European Biosolids and Biowaste Conference, November 14-17, 2004, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, UK.
Conference contribution

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