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Response to Comments on “Using Attributional Life Cycle Assessment to Estimate Climate-Change Mitigation …”

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  • Richard Plevin
  • Mark Delucchi
  • Felix Creutzig

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  • Richard Plevin & Mark Delucchi & Felix Creutzig, 2014. "Response to Comments on “Using Attributional Life Cycle Assessment to Estimate Climate-Change Mitigation …”," Journal of Industrial Ecology, Yale University, vol. 18(3), pages 468-470, May.
  • Handle: RePEc:bla:inecol:v:18:y:2014:i:3:p:468-470
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    1. Bruce E. Dale & Seungdo Kim, 2014. "Can the Predictions of Consequential Life Cycle Assessment Be Tested in the Real World? Comment on “Using Attributional Life Cycle Assessment to Estimate Climate-Change Mitigation...”," Journal of Industrial Ecology, Yale University, vol. 18(3), pages 466-467, May.
    2. Edgar Hertwich, 2014. "Understanding the Climate Mitigation Benefits of Product Systems: Comment on “Using Attributional Life Cycle Assessment to Estimate Climate-Change Mitigation…”," Journal of Industrial Ecology, Yale University, vol. 18(3), pages 464-465, May.
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    13. Jacobs, Anna & Auburger, Sebastian & Bahrs, Enno & Brauer-Siebrecht, Wiebke & Christen, Olaf & Götze, Philipp & Koch, Heinz-Josef & Mußhoff, Oliver & Rücknagel, Jan & Märländer, Bernward, 2017. "Replacing silage maize for biogas production by sugar beet – A system analysis with ecological and economical approaches," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, vol. 157(C), pages 270-278.
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