EXIOPOL Workshop: Externalities in an Input Output Framework

The EXIOPOL project develops a global input output database with environmental extensions and external cost values. This project organises a workshop on 5 March 2010 at CML, Eindsteinweg 2, Leiden, Netherlands. For pragmatic reasons, registration of the workshop is routed via the SCORE! website.

Register here for the EXIOPOL 5 March 2010 workshop.

The workshop program can be downloaded from

SCOPE2 Report
SCOPE2 is a project on policy instruments for SCP, executed by TNO, Lund University-IIIEE and SERI. The final SCOPE2 results can be downloaded from this website.
Click here for the draft SCOPE2 report.

Proceedings SCORE! Events
Several thousand pages of proceedings of the 3 SCORE workshops and 2 SCORE conferences are now on line. They can be found under 'SCORE! Events'; after clicking on an event, one can find all documentation per event. Enjoy!

About SCORE! (2005-2008)

SCORE is supported by the EU`s 6th Framework Programme

The Network project SCORE! acts as one of the EU`s central support structures for the UN`s 10 Year Framework of Programs for Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP). In a series of workshops and conferences we analyse the state of the art in SCP research, and promote cases of (radical) sustainable consumption for mobility, agro-food and energy use. These areas cause 70-80% of the EU`s environmental impact. Get involved via SCORE`s networking tools:
  • Register as expert and/or member of SCORE!`s working groups or newsletter

  • Participate in SCORE! Events

  • Search or add documents in SCORE!`s SCP library

  • Search or add interesting SCP events in the agenda

  • Search or add interesting SCP links in the link list

Co-ordination team:
1. TNO, Delft, Netherlands, dr. Arnold Tukker (project manager)
2. The Centre For Sustainable Design, Farnham, UK, prof. Martin Charter
3. Polytechnico di Milano, Indaco, Milan, Italy, Dr. Carlo Vezzoli
4. SIFO, Oslo, Norway, Dr. Eivind Sto,
5. Riso, Roskilde, Denmark, Mads Borup,
6. Vito, Mol, Belgium, Ir. Theo Geerken,
7. Econcept, Cologne, Germany, Ass. Prof. Ursula Tischner,
8. Electricité de France, Clamart, France, Saadi Lahlou

1. Aarhus School Of Business, Aarhus, Denmark
2. Arc Systems Research – Seibersdorf, Austria
3. Erasmus University – Rotterdam, Netherlands
4. GRAT – Vienna, Austria
5. IIIEE/Lund University, Lund, Sweden
6. INETI/Cendes, Lisbon, Portugal
7. Institut National De La Recherche Agronomique – Paris, France
8. IÖW, Ecological Economics Research Institute, Berlin, Germany
9. IWOe – Hochschule St. Gallen – St. Gallen, Switzerland
10. MERIT – Maastricht, Netherlands
11. NTNU, (Norwegian Technical University) – Trondheim, Norway
12. Spirit Of Creation, London, Uk
13. Sheffield Hallam University – Sheffield, Uk
14. SERI, office Overath, Germany
15. SDS/Dalt, Brussels, Belgium
16. Surrey University/RESOLVE, Guildford, UK
17. Technical University Delft, Industrial Design Department, Delft, Netherlands
18. Technical University München, München, Germany
19. University Of Groningen – Groningen, Netherlands
20. University Of Tartu – Tartu, Estonia
21. UNEP-Wuppertal Institute Collaborative Centre for Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP)– Wuppertal, Germany