Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
|Research center of Embrapa/Collection:||Embrapa Meio Ambiente - Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)|
|Type of Material:||Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)|
|Authors:||BRAGA, T. E. N.|
MATSUURA, M. I. da S. F.
DIAS, F. R. T.
RODRIGUES, T. O.
FIGUEIREDO, M. C. B. de
|Additional Information:||T E N BRAGA; MARILIA IEDA DA S F MATSUURA, CNPMA; FERNANDO RODRIGUES TEIXEIRA DIAS, CPAP; T GAMA; T O RODRIGUES; MARIA CLEA BRITO DE FIGUEIREDO, CNPAT.|
|Title:||Proposal for a collaborative LCA data management methodological aproach for creating "nodes" in the brazilian national inventory database (SICV) Brasil.|
|Publisher:||In: CONFERENCIA INTERNACIONAL DE ANÁLISIS DE CICLO DE VIDA EN LATINOAMÉRICA, CILCA, 7., 2017, Medellín, Colômbia. [Anais ...]. Medellín: Universidad EAFIT, 2017.|
|Keywords:||Avaliação do ciclo de vida|
Gestão de dados
|Description:||Global Guidance proposes mechanisms for LCA studies and data management for improving interoperability, data exchange, accessibility and credibility of LCA databases. The PBACV (CONMETRO, 2010) has among its objectives to implement in Brazil a system capable of organizing, storing and disseminating information of LCIs. The Brazilian government responded to this demand through IBICT, which developed the SICV Brazil. For a LCI database to succeed, it is necessary to have primary data provided by the productive sector. The availability of data contributes to the growth of the country while benefiting the primary data providers, as society is increasingly attentive to the transparency and environmental awareness of companies. The management of LCA data is not a concern of national LCI databases alone. Other institutions also need to manage their LCA data independently of proprietary software, ensuring autonomy and sustainability for their operations. Keeping data on someone?s own infrastructure favors autonomy, but multiplies infrastructure investment and impairs interoperability. This research proposes a procedure for shared management of LCA data through the creation nodes, an instance of SICV Brazil for storing LCI data from private and public institutions. This procedure for shared management promoted the Brazilian National Inventory Database (SICV Brazil) and offered advanced information resources to institutions, such as Embrapa, without additional infrastructure and facilitating interoperability with other institutions. Authors believe that the creation of other instances of the SICV could contribute to the advance of LCA in Brazil.|
|Thesagro:||Base de dados|
|NAL Thesaurus:||Life cycle assessment|
Life cycle inventory
|Appears in Collections:||Artigo em anais de congresso (CNPMA)|