Life Cycle Strategies was founded in 2003 by Tim Grant, as a premier consulting company to undertake life cycle assessment projects; provide training; software support and data development. We have grown, both internally and with strategic alliances with other consultants and research organisations. In 2016, we rebranded ourselves as Lifecycles.
(Life Cycle Strategies Pty. Ltd.)
2/398 Smith Street
Collingwood VIC 3066
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Lifecycles has developed key relationships with leading research and consulting bodies enabling us to deliver the latest in life cycle analysis techniques and practices.
* Australian LCA Society (ALCAS)
* PRe Consultants
Tim Grant - Director and Founder
Tim Grant is a specialist in life cycle assessment (LCA) with over twenty years of experience in developing and applying LCA with a wide range of companies and organisations. Tim was a founding member and is a current director of the Australian Life Cycle Assessment Society (ALCAS).
He is an author of the book Life Cycle Assessment - Principles, Practice and Prospects (CSIRO, 2009) as well as a co-author of the book Design + Environment - a global guide to designing greener goods (Routledge).
Tim works across many different sectors in LCA including packaging, agriculture, energy, fuels, water products, buildings and waste management. In addition, he has worked on the development of LCA databases for Australia.
Tim discovered his passion for LCA during his Master degree at RMIT while creating a pizza box eco-design.
Jodie Bricout - Circular Economy Manager
Jodie is one of Australia’s leading circular economy and life cycle management experts with 20 years of experience working with industry in Australia, Dubai and Europe.
During her 13 years in France, she helped dozens of businesses seize the benefits of life cycle assessment and circular approaches and contributed to shaping state, federal and European policy. She has collaborated with 100 of the planet’s leading corporations, emerging innovators, governments, cities and higher learning institutions in the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s CE 100 program.
Jodie is PhD candidate and Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the University of Adelaide’s School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering as well as a board member of Circular NSW.
Jodie is fascinated by the technological and human challenges required to improve whole systems and she loves teaching professionals about the circular economy.
Paul-Antoine Bontinck - Senior LCA Consultant
Paul-Antoine is an environmental engineer, specialising in Life Cycle Assessment, input-output analysis and hybrid LCA methodologies with a great understanding of product and corporate carbon footprinting.
With over 10 years of experience in the field of LCA, coupled with a Master of Environmental Engineering, Paul-Antoine worked in research, consulting and the industry which led him to a deep understanding of the many possible applications for LCA models and studies.
He has worked in research for RMIT, at ERM in the UK and France, was involved with the Vinyl Council Australia in the management of their product stewardship program and was involved in extensive footprinting campaigns.
He has been working at lifecycles for the past 5 years, while conducting research at the University of Melbourne for the former 4 years.
Since learning about the looming dangers of climate change at high school, Paul-Antoine wanted to have a positive impact on the world; by pursuing a carrier as a life cycle assessment practitioner he turned it into reality.
Tim Harding - PIQET Product Manager / LCA Consultant
Tim has in-depth knowledge in Life Cycle Assessment and carbon foot printing across a wide range of industries and at Lifecycles he is responsible for the ongoing development of Lifecycles' own packaging software PIQET as well as LCA consulting.
His LCA experience includes packaging, retail, biofuel, and agriculture industries as well as forming sustainability strategies.
Tim achieved first class honours in his Master of Environment at the University of Melbourne, following on from his Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Infrastructure) at the RMIT University.
His Master's thesis covered the flows of textiles in Australia and their impact and won an award for the top research project presented in the University of Melbourne’s Office of Environmental Programs in 2019.
Tim was raised with a strong respect for nature. The mantra ‘leave only footprints; take only photos’ really stuck with him and he strives to make the world a better and more sustainable place.
Anna Boyden - Research Scientist (LCA)
Anna completed her Master of Engineering Science (Sustainable Systems) at the UNSW with high distinctions.
Her degree focused on environmental management, life cycle assessment, industrial ecology and sustainable engineering, sustainability theory and environmental policy while her thesis was an input-output analysis of the circular economy in Australia.
Her overseas exchange in the Netherlands focused on analytical tools for industrial ecology and data analysis.
During her studies, she was doing an internship as a Graduate Wind Engineer where she was able to analyse wind data from meteorological masts, create maps, layouts and reports.
She also placed Runner Up in the 2018 Circular Economy ResourCE Hack.
Anna enjoys advocating for circular economy principles, she likes to buy second-hand and to reuse and repair as much as possible.
Chrissi Bok - Office and Accounts Manager
Previously working in (tax) accounting and various customer service/office positions Chrissi takes pride and joy in running the office and making sure everything runs smoothly at the back end.
After finishing her business management degree in Germany she worked in hospitality and accounting before making Australia her new home where she focused on roles in accounting.
Now Chrissi manages all of our consulting, software, events and training communications as well as HR, sales & marketing and our in-house accounting and enjoys the variety of the role.
She also manages the administrative and accounting role for the Australian Life Cycle Assessment Society (ALCAS).
Chrissi deeply cares about the environment and you can often find her picking up rubbish which was left behind by other people in parks or along the beach.
Tim Berenyi - Researcher
Tim Berenyi completed a Master of Environment at the University of Melbourne focussing on governance, policy and markets after attaining a double degree of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science. Tim has been employed in a variety of industries which has provided him with a breadth of knowledge and an appreciation of the complexities of other sectors. Tim undertook an internship with a Federal Member of Parliament and their environmental policy team, which was followed by the completion of a research project examining the failures of the Commonwealth soil carbon farming legislation. Growing up in rural Victoria has given Tim an interest in conservation and regeneration, particularly in relation to sustainable agriculture and circular economics. Attending Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project conference confirmed his desire to break into the field of LCA.
His idol in Grade 6 was Prof. Tim Flannery for his work on climate change, leading to a life long quest to help find solutions. As Gandhi once said; “Live as if you will die tomorrow, but learn as though you’ll live forever”.
Emily Hendrix - Researcher
Emily has been working in the Australian circular economy landscape since 2019. Alongside her work at Lifecycles, she is currently completing a Master of Urban Planning and Environment at RMIT University, focusing on how shifts in policy, markets and civil society can contribute to a more sustainable future. With Bachelors in Arts (History) and Architectural Design, Emily has always been interested in the interactions of systems, societies and space.
Emily’s environmentalism was indoctrinated in her from a young age. In high school she quite proudly earned the nickname ‘Recyco’, as she would take her friends’ bottles and cans home to be recycled.
Lucille Wagner - Intern
Lucille completed a technical degree in Organic and Analytical Chemistry followed by a BSc and a MSc in Medicinal Chemistry (ENSCM, France). This thorough education allowed her to gain a deep understanding of all aspects of chemistry as well as sharpen her scientific mind. After three years’ experience in Medical Research, both in academia (USA, Norway) and industry (France), Lucille decided that it was time for her career to take a turn. Moving from France to Australia and reflecting on her interests and abilities she realised that she wanted to work in the sustainability field for a purpose driven organisation. In 2020 she participated in an online course by Lifecycles which ignited a keen interest for LCA and she has now joined the team as an intern.
Lucille has always loved cooking and has developed a passion for food sustainability. She is thrilled to now be able to contribute to a more sustainable society through both her personal life and her work.
Jeremy Grant - Intern
Jeremy is undertaking a Bachelor of Environmental Science at the Royal Melbourne Institute for Technology. When he was completing VCE high school in 2015, Jeremy worked part time at Lifecycles, assisting with data entry and Lifecycles’ many projects such as the development of the packaging LCA software PIQET. In the summer of 2020/2021, Jeremy was back to undertake a full-time internship at Lifecycles and since March 2021 Jeremy is working part time whilst completing his studies.
Jeremy is an animal lover, likes to walk in nature and to go camping, all of which inspired him to become an environmental scientist scientist.