A user oriented framework to support environmental performance indicators selection
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Ecodesign is an approach to reduce environmental impacts of products. This approach is based on the assessment and the improvement of environmental performance. In order to justify ecodesign choices, indicators must be used to follow environmental performance and to insure their potential benefits. There already exist environmental performance indicators selection methods, and almost all the methods highlight the fact that the needs of users are important, but no one explicitly express which are the users, what are their needs and what are the type of indicators that can be applied in ecodesign approach. This paper focuses on the users’ needs and proposes a combined framework for environmental performance indicators selection.
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