Obscure impacts demystified: Acidification
Did you know acidification is called the evil twin of global warming? And for good reason, considering its effect on land and in the oceans. Read more on this obscure impact.
At PRé, Ruchik’s work focuses on conducting LCA for companies, biodiversity footprint and automated EPDs.
Ruchik obtained his MSc degree in Engineering and Policy Analysis from TU Delft in 2020. During his studies, he gained knowledge of different modeling and simulation tools to tackle grand challenges like climate change, poverty, migration, etc. Before joining PRé, Ruchik also worked on his master thesis at Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology where he developed a method to downscale the resource consumption data from the national level to the local level of cities so that the environmental impacts of cities can be quantified. He applied the method to the city of the Hague.