Anne-Marie Boulay, PhD, graduated from Chemical Engineering at McGill University in 2006. During her studies, she completed a minor in Environmental Engineering in Montpellier, France, and a 16-month internship within the environmental department of General Motors of Canada. After her graduation, she spent 6 months in Peru teaching Entrepreneurship to women, and then worked as a consultant in environmental management in Montreal before integrating CIRAIG’s team at École Polytechnique of Montreal as a Master student in 2008. She finished her Ph.D. in 2013 on the assessment of water use impacts in LCA, during which she collaborated with Quantis Lausanne and ETH Zurich. She is the Canadian representative for the ISO Water Footprinting standard development and the chair of the WULCA working group on water use in LCA. This working group is currently developing a consensual method for water use impact assessment.
French information - Équipe du CIRAIG à Polytechnique Montréal.
Deputy Project Manager
Montse Núñez, PhD, is an environmental scientist with interest in life cycle assessment (LCA) and modelling of environmental impacts from resource use, particularly in agricultural activities. She is involved in the development of impact assessment (LCIA) methods to assess impacts of land use and water use since 2007. Montse is currently a researcher at the Chair of Sustainable Engineering of TU Berlin and worked before in research centres in Spain (ICTA, IRTA) and France (INRA, Irstea), always focusing on advancing LCA methods.
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