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ACLCA Webinar: Preparing and Publishing Data with the USLCI

January 21, 2020 @ 12:00 PM - Speaker: Rebe Feraldi, LCACP/CLAR - Register here - This webinar will provide an introduction to the USLCI data handbook, how it is to be used, and the value it provides to the USLCI data submitters and the end-users of USLCI data. The webinar will also walk through the publication workflow from a local file to the published dataset on lcacommons.gov using openLCA and the LCA Collaboration Server (repository and version control software developed through a cooperative agreement between USDA and GreenDelta). At the end of the webinar, the user will have a clear understanding of the what, why, and how of LCI data publication on the USLCI, and gain deeper insight into the Federal LCA Commons.