Publications

Publications

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Carbon Footprint of Nations: A Global, Trade-Linked Analysis

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Processes causing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions benefit humans by providing consumer goods and services. This benefit, and hence the responsibility for emissions, varies by purpose or [...]

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Carbon footprints and embodied carbon at multiple scales

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Carbon footprints and embodied carbon have a strong methodological foundation and provide valuable input into policy formation. The widespread use of carbon footprints using existing knowledge [...]

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Growth in emission transfers via international trade from 1990 to 2008

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Despite the emergence of regional climate policies, growth in global CO2 emissions has remained strong. From 1990 to 2008 CO2 emissions in developed countries (defined as countries with [...]

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Integrating Ecological, Carbon and Water footprint into a “Footprint Family” of indicators: Definition and role in tracking human pressure on the planet

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In recent years, attempts have been made to develop an integrated Footprint approach for the assessment of the environmental impacts of production and consumption. In this [...]

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Carbon, Land, and Water Footprint Accounts for the European Union: Consumption, Production, and Displacements through International Trade

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A nation’s consumption of goods and services causes various environmental pressures all over the world due to international trade. We use a multiregional input–output model to [...]

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Affluence drives the global displacement of land use

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Increasing affluence is often postulated as a main driver for the human footprint on biologically productive areas, identified among the main causes of biodiversity loss, but [...]

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CO2 Embodied in International Trade with Implications for Global Climate Policy

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The flow of pollution through international trade flows has the ability to undermine environmental policies, particularly for global pollutants. In this article we determine the CO2 emissions [...]

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Life Cycle Approaches to Sustainable Consumption: A Critical Review

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The 2002 World Summit for Sustainable Development in Johannesburg called for a comprehensive set of programs focusing on sustainable consumption and production. According to world leaders, [...]

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