We’re thrilled to share our latest publication titled “The Preferability Framework – Enabling life cycle sustainability assessment meta studies,” authored by Josef Huber and Magnus Fröhling. In this paper, the challenge of deriving general results in interpreting Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessments (SLCAs), despite of often varying results due to differences in methodologies, scopes, and underlying databases, is addressed. While tailored assessments are advantageous for addressing specific research questions, they so far hindered the derivation of general conclusions. To overcome this obstacle, the “Preferability framework” is introduced, designed to distill key messages from multiple LCAs and facilitate more general conclusions. This paper is published as an open-access publication in the esteemed journal Sustainable Production and Consumption. It can be downloaded via this link.