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A university’s carbon brainprint of research, consultancy or teaching is an estimate of the change in carbon emissions from its known and predicted outcomes in practice. This LGM HEFCE funded project was led by Cranfield University, who created the Carbon Brainprint in order to develop a robust lifecycle-based methodology for quantifying the carbon brainprint of research and training.
The methodology was tested using six case studies from three universities related to research and innovation, training, and influencing behaviour. The project has demonstrated the feasibility of estimating the carbon brainprint of a range of university activities and the large impact that they can have.
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