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Open Public Consultation “Green claims” PEF/OEF based policy development

The EC is proposing an LCA-based Regulation to substantiate environmental claims on products&organisations, based on the Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) and Organisation Environmental Footprint (OEF). maki is supporting the Policy Impact Assessment on this initiative as contractor, jointly with Bio Innovation and RPA. Stakeholder workshops on 16-17 and on 24 November 2020 (https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/GreenClaimsWorkshop) are part …

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Improved Umbrella formula (UF+) and improved modular Integrated formula (mIF+)

After some improvement work in notations, grouping terms, and adding some more clarifications since July, we provide here an improved Umbrella formula (UF+), that allows by parametrisation to tailor a formula with specifc properties, including an improved Integated formula (IF+) – which we see conceptually as strong – but also several other formula. Access the …

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ICGSI 2015 in Thailand – meet us there

maki Consulting GmbH’s CEOs Marc-Andree Wolf and Kirana Wolf (nee Chomkhamsri) are holding invited presentations at the ICGSI 2015, from 8 to 10 November in Pattaya, Thailand: http://www.icgsi2015.eng.ku.ac.th/ Contact us to arrange for a meeting in Pattaya or Bangkok or to enquire about our services.

Kostenloses EURECA-Seminar zur öffentlichen Beschaffung umweltfreundlicher, innovativer IKT-Technologien und –Dienstleistungen, 29. Sep. 2015, Berlin

Marc-Andree und Kirana Wolf sind die lokalen Organisatoren dieser Veranstaltung (d.h. dies ist keine maki Consulting GmbH Veranstaltung), als Partner im EURECA-Projekt, dass der Veranstalter ist. Die Veranstaltung richtet sich ausschließlich an öffentliche Beschaffer, die (meist neben anderen Beschaffungsaufgaben) mit der Beschaffung innovativer Technologien ganz allgemein zu tun haben, obgleich der Schwerpunkt hier auf Rechenzentren …

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Free workshop report on Green Data Centres

The share of data centres in worldwide electricity consumption now reaches 2%, with a high, exponential growth rate. Data centre operation, but also production and end-of-life of the equipment, are hence relevant contributors to environmental burdens from emissions and resource consumption. At the same time, data centres contribute to the so-called “enabling effect” of ICT, …

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