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EcoBalance 2018—Nexus of ideas: innovation by linking through life cycle thinking (9–12 October 2018, Tokyo, Japan)

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We appreciate the valuable advice and great support we have received from our international advisory board members, abstract review contributors, award referees, and organizing committee members.

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We extend our sincere gratitude to the sponsors of EcoBalance 2018, namely Panasonic Corporation, LCA Society of Japan, Pacific Consultants Co., Ltd., AGC Inc., Hitachi Ltd., Osaka Gas Co., Ltd. Teijin Limited, and TCO2 Co., Ltd., for their financial support.

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Murakami, S., Nakatani, J., Nakajima, K. et al. EcoBalance 2018—Nexus of ideas: innovation by linking through life cycle thinking (9–12 October 2018, Tokyo, Japan). Int J Life Cycle Assess 24, 1544–1552 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11367-019-01641-7

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