His scientific interests lie mostly in Life-cycle assessment, Waste management, Incineration, Municipal solid waste and Risk analysis. His specific area of interest is Life-cycle assessment, where Göran Finnveden studies Inventory analysis. His Waste management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Industrial ecology and Environmental planning.
In general Incineration, his work in Waste-to-energy is often linked to Energy source linking many areas of study. His studies in Municipal solid waste integrate themes in fields like Biomass and Waste treatment. Climate change and Natural resource economics is closely connected to Environmental resource management in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Risk analysis.
Göran Finnveden spends much of his time researching Life-cycle assessment, Environmental resource management, Waste management, Environmental planning and Business administration. His Life-cycle assessment research covers fields of interest such as Environmental impact assessment, Risk analysis, Strategic environmental assessment, Valuation and Impact assessment. His work deals with themes such as Industrial ecology, Environmental economics and Greenhouse gas, which intersect with Environmental resource management.
His works in Incineration, Municipal solid waste, Mobile incinerator and Waste treatment are all subjects of inquiry into Waste management. Incineration connects with themes related to Cleaner production in his study. While the research belongs to areas of Environmental planning, Göran Finnveden spends his time largely on the problem of Sustainable development, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Sustainability.
Göran Finnveden focuses on Sustainable development, Sustainability, Environmental planning, Natural resource economics and Environmental resource management. His Sustainability research also works with subjects such as
He has included themes like Sustainable waste management, Quality assurance and BREEAM in his Environmental planning study. His Natural resource economics studies intersect with other disciplines such as Life-cycle assessment and Order. The various areas that Göran Finnveden examines in his Environmental resource management study include Industrial ecology and Waste treatment.
Göran Finnveden mostly deals with Sustainability, Waste management, Natural resource economics, Environmental engineering and Consumption. His work in the fields of Waste management, such as Cleaner production, Incineration and Radioactive waste, overlaps with other areas such as Potential impact and Norm. As a member of one scientific family, Göran Finnveden mostly works in the field of Cleaner production, focusing on Resource depletion and, on occasion, Environmental impact assessment.
Within one scientific family, Göran Finnveden focuses on topics pertaining to Environmental planning under Incineration, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Environmental resource management. He focuses mostly in the field of Futures contract, narrowing it down to topics relating to Sustainable development and, in certain cases, Risk analysis. In his works, Göran Finnveden conducts interdisciplinary research on Measure and Life-cycle assessment.
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Recent developments in Life Cycle Assessment.
Göran Finnveden;Michael Z. Hauschild;Tomas Ekvall;Jeroen B. Guinée.
Scenario types and techniques: Towards a user's guide
Lena Börjeson;Mattias Höjer;Karl-Henrik Dreborg;Tomas Ekvall.
Life cycle assessment part 2: current impact assessment practice.
D. W. Pennington;J. Potting;Göran Finnveden;E. Lindeijer.
Environmental systems analysis tools – an overview
Göran Finnveden;Åsa Moberg.
Allocation in ISO 14041—a critical review
Tomas Ekvall;Göran Finnveden.
Life cycle assessment of energy from solid waste—part 1: general methodology and results
Göran Finnveden;Göran Finnveden;Jessica Johansson;Per Lind;Åsa Moberg.
What life-cycle assessment does and does not do in assessments of waste management.
Tomas Ekvall;Getachew Assefa;Anna Björklund;Ola Eriksson.
Methodological aspects of life cycle assessment of integrated solid waste management systems
Best available practice regarding impact categories and category indicators in life cycle impact assessment
Helias A. Udo de Haes;Olivier Jolliet;Göran Finnveden;Michael Hauschild.
The application of Life Cycle Assessment to Integrated Solid Waste Management - Part 1 - Methodology
R. Clift;A. Doig;Göran Finnveden.
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