EcoBalance 2022

Awardees of EcoBalance 2022

Conference Scholarship Award

Francisco Javier Medel Jimenez
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Austria
Lars Laumen
Radboud university, The Netherlands
Mehri Sadat Alavinasab Ashgezari
University of Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of Iran
Flora Lyn de Albuquerque Fujiwara
University of Brasilia, Brazil
Chen Li
Leiden university, The Netherlands

EcoBalance Award for the Best Business Practices

Elephantech Inc.
- LCA as a Tool for Innovation: How to Leverage LCA to Accelerate a Sustainable-Tech Startup
- Integrating Ecodesign approach in high valued materials & processes TRL Referential: the experience of an aeronautical actor

The EcoBalance Poster Award

For the Best Poster

Ryodai Makino, Yasuhiro Fukushima, Hajime Ohno
Tohoku University, Japan
- Can introduction of PVC de-chlorination technology bring circularity benefits? - An analysis using a multi-objective, multi-regional technology choice model

For the Outstanding Poster

Yuma Sasaki1,2, Rina Shinozaki3, Takahiro Orikasa2,3, Nobutaka Nakamura4, Kiyotada Hayashi1, Yoshihito Yasaka5, Naoki Makino5, Koichi Shobatake5, Shoji Koide2,3, Takeo Shiina6
1: Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences, NARO; 2: United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Iwate University; 3: Faculty of Agriculture, Iwate University; 4: Food Research Institute, NARO; 5: TCO2 Co., Ltd; 6: Graduate School of Horticulture, Chiba University
- Modeling the relationship between life cycle environmental impacts of ripened peach and food loss reduction induced by transportation packaging

People’s Choice Poster Award

Hsin-Tien Lin, Falk Schneider, Daniel Castillo, Kuo-Che Weng
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
- A life cycle assessment of electric and conventional motorcycles in Taiwan

People’s Choice Oral Presentation

Stephen Northey
University of Technology Sydney, Australia
- A new approach for modelling primary mineral supply scenarios and associated environmental impacts
Jundai Koketsu
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
- The impact of consensus building on sustainability in eco-friendly supply chains

The Best Presenter Award of the YR-WS flash presentation competition

Isadora Hackenhaar
Ghent University, Belgium
- Changing the future starts from changing the present
Sho Hata
National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
- The role of material flow indicators toward carbon neutrality