Author: Martí Rufí-Salís

Quantification is key to make grounded decisions. Stating that a chair, a house or even a country is performing better than another is not possible without quantifying a certain parameter, call it size, productivity or durability. Quantifying the sustainability of a system is no exception, but it is easier said than done. It is quite tricky to analyze complex production systems such as food supply chains with multiple sources of data. It gets even trickier when scientists do not agree on the methods and tools we should use to quantify sustainability. And it gets even trickier when…

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By the Chair of Societal Transition and Circular Economy of the University of Freiburg

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