An ongoing f3 research project studies how forest products’ potential climate benefits depend on the carbon footprint methodology. Studied products include biofuels, textile fibers, building materials and chemicals.

The project participants, from SP, Chalmers and IVL, will host an open seminar on October 15 in Gothenburg, to give interested parties the opportunity to learn more about the project and discuss the future of carbon footprinting of forest products.

Time: Thursday, October 15 12-16. Starting with lunch

Location: IVL, Aschebergsgatan 44, Gothenburg (video conference from IVL in Stockholm if interest)

Invited: Academia, industry and other organisations Free of charge Register to frida.royne@sp.se before October 2 (limited seats) – Indicate if Gothenburg or Stockholm

More information about the agenda etc., see the attached invitation

Image: Petr Kovar

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