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Robra B, Heikkurinen P. 2022. Degrowth and the Sustainable Development Goals. In: Leal Filho W; Brandli L; Özuyar P; Wall T (eds.) Decent Work and Economic Growth. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Aramendia E, Heun MK, Brockway PE, Taylor PG. 2022. Developing a Multi-Regional Physical Supply Use Table framework to improve the accuracy and reliability of energy analysis. Applied Energy. 310
Bonnedahl KJ, Heikkurinen P, Paavola J. 2022. Strongly sustainable development goals: Overcoming distances constraining responsible action. Environmental Science and Policy. 150-158 129
Brand-Correa L, Brook A, Büchs M, Meier P, Naik Y, O’Neill DW. 2022. Economics for people and planet—moving beyond the neoclassical paradigm. The Lancet Planetary Health. e371-e379 6.4
Du Toit MJ, Rendón O, Cologna V, Cilliers SS, Dallimer M. 2022. Why Home Gardens Fail in Enhancing Food Security and Dietary Diversity. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 10
Eastwood N, Stubbings WA, Abou-Elwafa MA, Durance I, Paavola J, Dallimer M, Pantel JH, Johnson S, Zhou J, Hosking SJ, Brown JB, Ullah S, Krause S, Hannah DM, Crawford SE, Widmann M, Orsini L. 2022. The Time Machine framework: monitoring and prediction of biodiversity loss. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 138-146 37.2
Fisher JC, Rankin E, Irvine KN, Goddard MA, Davies ZG, Dallimer M. 2022. Can biodiverse streetscapes mitigate the effects of noise and air pollution on human wellbeing?. Environmental Research. 212.Part A
Gakou-Kakeu J, Di Gregorio M, Paavola J, Sonwa DJ. 2022. REDD+ policy implementation and institutional interplay: Evidence from three pilot projects in Cameroon. Forest Policy and Economics. 135
Garvey A, Norman JB, Barrett J. 2022. Technology and material efficiency scenarios for net zero emissions in the UK steel sector. Journal of Cleaner Production. 333
Garvey A, Norman JB, Büchs M, Barrett J. 2022. A “spatially just” transition? A critical review of regional equity in decarbonisation pathways. Energy Research & Social Science. 88
Hickel J, O’Neill DW, Fanning AL, Zoomkawala H. 2022. National responsibility for ecological breakdown: a fair-shares assessment of resource use, 1970–2017. The Lancet Planetary Health. e342-e349 6.4
Kilian L, Owen A, Newing A, Ivanova D. 2022. Microdata selection for estimating household consumption-based emissions. Economic Systems Research.
Lee S, Paavola J, Dessai S. 2022. Towards a deeper understanding of barriers to national climate change adaptation policy: A systematic review. Climate Risk Management.
Li X, Stringer LC, Dallimer M. 2022. The role of blue green infrastructure in the urban thermal environment across seasons and local climate zones in East Africa. Sustainable Cities and Society. 80
Martin-Ortega J, Rothwell S, Anderson A, Okumah M, Lyon C, Sherry E, Johnstone C, Withers PAJ, Doody D. 2022. Are stakeholders ready to transform phosphorus use in food systems? A transdisciplinary study in a livestock intensive system. Environmental Science and Policy.
Nawrath M, Elsey H, Dallimer M. 2022. Why cultural ecosystem services matter most: Exploring the pathways linking greenspaces and mental health in a low-income country. Science of The Total Environment. 806.3
Pringle S, Chiweshe N, Dallimer M. 2022. Increases in subsistence farming due to land reform have negligible impact on bird communities in Zimbabwe. Ecology and Evolution. 12.2
Salberg VM, Booth AM, Jahren S, Novo P. 2022. Assessing Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping as a participatory and interdisciplinary approach to explore marine microfiber pollution. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 179
Simpson KH, de Vries F, Dallimer M, Armsworth PR, Hanley N. 2022. Ecological and economic implications of alternative metrics in biodiversity offset markets. Conservation Biology.
Steenwyk P, Heun MK, Brockway P, Sousa T, Henriques S. 2022. The Contributions of Muscle and Machine Work to Land and Labor Productivity in World Agriculture Since 1800. Biophysical Economics and Sustainability. 7.2
Strauß L, Baker TR, de Lima RF, Afionis S, Dallimer M. 2022. Limited integration of biodiversity within climate policy: Evidence from the Alliance of Small Island States. Environmental Science and Policy. 216-227 128
Taylor PC, Abeysekera M, Bian Y, Ćetenović D, Deakin M, Ehsan A, Levi V, Li F, Oduro R, Preece R, Taylor PG, Terzija V, Walker SL, Wu J. 2022. An interdisciplinary research perspective on the future of multi-vector energy networks. International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems. 135
Thew H, Middlemiss L, Paavola J. 2022. “You Need a Month’s Holiday Just to Get over It!” Exploring Young People’s Lived Experiences of the UN Climate Change Negotiations. Sustainability. 14.7
Thornton JA, Harding WR, Slawski TM, Lin H. 2022. Monitoring and Evaluation: The Foundation for Lake and Reservoir Management. Earth. 115-124 3.1
Wang Z, Paavola J. 2022. Resilience of the EU ETS to Contextual Disturbance: The Case of EU Enlargement and Its Impact on ETS Policymaking Dynamics. Environmental Politics.
Buchs M, Schnepf SV, Ivanova D. 2022. Options for socially just and effective climate policies – a microsimulation for 27 EU countries.
Fanning AL, Raworth K. 2022. Doughnut Economics Action Lab submission to EAC Inquiry: Aligning the UK’s economic goals with environmental sustainability.
Fanning AL, Raworth K, Krestyaninova O, Eriksson F. 2022. Doughnut Unrolled: Data portrait of place.


Kilian L, Owen A, Newing A, Ivanova D. 2021. Per Capita Consumption-Based Greenhouse Gas Emissions for UK Lower and Middle Layer Super Output Areas, 2016..
Aramendia E, Brockway PE, Pizzol M, Heun MK. 2021. Moving from final to useful stage in energy-economy analysis: A critical assessment. Applied Energy. 283
Austen GE, Dallimer M, Irvine KN, Maund PR, Fish RD, Davies ZG. 2021. Exploring shared public perspectives on biodiversity attributes. People and Nature.
Baltruszewicz M, Steinberger J, Ivanova D, Brand Correa L, Paavola J, Owen A. 2021. Household final energy footprints in Nepal, Vietnam and Zambia: composition, inequality and links to well-being. Environmental Research Letters. 16.2
Baltruszewicz M, Steinberger JK, Owen A, Brand-Correa LI, Paavola J. 2021. Final energy footprints in Zambia: Investigating links between household consumption, collective provision, and well-being. Energy Research & Social Science. 73
Bark RH, Martin-Ortega J, Waylen KA. 2021. Stakeholders' views on Natural Flood Management: Implications for the nature-based solutions paradigm shift?. Environmental Science and Policy. 91-98 115
Barns DG, Taylor PG, Bale CSE, Owen A. 2021. Important social and technical factors shaping the prospects for thermal energy storage. Journal of Energy Storage. 41
Biffi S, Traldi R, Crezee B, Beckmann M, Egli L, Epp Schmidt D, Motzer N, Okumah M, Seppelt R, Slabbert E, Tiedeman K, Wang H, Ziv G. 2021. Aligning agri-environmental subsidies and environmental needs: A comparative analysis between the US and EU. Environmental Research Letters. 16.5
Bjelle EL, Wiebe KS, Többen J, Tisserant A, Ivanova D, Vita G, Wood R. 2021. Future changes in consumption: The income effect on greenhouse gas emissions. Energy Economics. 95
Bonjean Stanton MC, Roelich K. 2021. Decision making under deep uncertainties: A review of the applicability of methods in practice. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 171
Brockway PE, Sorrell S, Semieniuk G, Heun MK, Court V. 2021. Energy efficiency and economy-wide rebound effects: A review of the evidence and its implications. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 141
Buchs M. 2021. Sustainable welfare: how do Universal Basic Income and Universal Basic Services compare?. Ecological Economics. 189
Buchs M, Mattioli G. 2021. Trends in air travel inequality in the UK: from the few to the many?. Travel Behaviour and Society. 92-101 25
Büchs M. 2021. Sustainable welfare: Independence between growth and welfare has to go both ways. Global Social Policy.
Büchs M, Ivanova D, Schnepf SV. 2021. Fairness, effectiveness, and needs satisfaction: new options for designing climate policies. Environmental Research Letters. 16.12
Coggins S, Berrang-Ford L, Hyams K, Satyal P, Ford JD, Paavola J, Arotoma-Rojas I, Harper SL. 2021. Empirical assessment of equity and justice in climate adaptation literature: a systematic map. Environmental Research Letters.
Creutzig F, Callaghan M, Ramakrishnan A, Javaid A, Niamir L, Minx J, Müller-Hansen F, Sovacool B, Afroz Z, Andor M, Antal M, Court V, Das N, Díaz-José J, Döbbe F, Figueroa MJ, Gouldson A, Haberl H, Hook A, Ivanova D, Lamb WF, Maïzi N, Mata É, Nielsen KS, Onyige CD, Reisch LA, Roy J, Scheelbeek P, Sethi M, Some S, Sorrell S, Tessier M, Urmee T, Virág D, Wan C, Wiedenhofer D, Wilson C. 2021. Reviewing the scope and thematic focus of 100 000 publications on energy consumption, services and social aspects of climate change: a big data approach to demand-side mitigation *. Environmental Research Letters. 033001-033001 16.3
Falk T, Vorlaufer T, Brown L, Domptail S, Dallimer M. 2021. Citizens' Preferences for Development Outcomes and Governance Implications. Land Degradation and Development.
Fanning AL, O’Neill DW, Hickel J, Roux N. 2021. The social shortfall and ecological overshoot of nations. Nature Sustainability.
Garvey A, Paavola J. 2021. Community action on natural flood management and the governance of a catchment-based approach in the UK. Environmental Policy and Governance.
Giesekam J, Norman J, Garvey A, Betts-Davies S. 2021. Science-Based Targets: On Target?. Sustainability. 13.4
Glenk K, Faccioli M, Martin-Ortega J, Schulze C, Potts J. 2021. The opportunity cost of delaying climate action: peatland restoration and resilience to climate change. Global Environmental Change.
Goddard MA, Davies ZG, Guenat S, Ferguson MJ, Fisher JC, Akanni A, Ahjokoski T, Anderson PML, Angeoletto F, Antoniou C, Bates AJ, Barkwith A, Berland A, Bouch CJ, Rega-Brodsky CC, Byrne LB, Cameron D, Canavan R, Chapman T, Connop S, Crossland S, Dade MC, Dawson DA, Dobbs C, Downs CT, Ellis EC, Escobedo FJ, Gobster P, Gulsrud NM, Guneralp B, Hahs AK, Hale JD, Hassall C, Hedblom M, Hochuli DF, Inkinen T, Ioja IC, Kendal D, Knowland T, Kowarik I, Langdale SJ, Lerman SB, MacGregor-Fors I, Manning P, Massini P, McLean S, Mkwambisi DD, Ossola A, Pérez Luque G, Pérez-Urrestarazu L, Perini K, Perry G, Pett TJ, Plummer KE, Radji RA, Roll U, Potts SG, Rumble H, Sadler JP, de Saille S, Sautter S, Scott CE, Schwartz A, Smith T, Snep RPH, Soulsbury CD, Stanley MC, Van de Voorde T, Venn SJ, Warren PH, Washbourne CL, Whitling M, Williams NSG, Yang J, Yeshitela K, Yocom KP, Dallimer M. 2021. A global horizon scan of the future impacts of robotics and autonomous systems on urban ecosystems. Nature Ecology and Evolution. 219-230 5.2
Grainger S, Dessai S, Daron J, Taylor A, Siu YL. 2021. Using expert elicitation to strengthen future regional climate information for climate services. Climate Services.
Guenat S, Porras Lopez G, Mkwambisi DD, Dallimer M. 2021. Unpacking Stakeholder Perceptions of the Benefits and Challenges Associated With Urban Greenspaces in Sub-Saharan Africa. Frontiers in Environmental Science. 9
Hardt L, Barrett J, Taylor PG, Foxon TJ. 2021. What structural change is needed for a post-growth economy: A framework of analysis and empirical evidence. Ecological Economics. 179
Hickel J, Brockway P, Kallis G, Keyßer L, Lenzen M, Slameršak A, Steinberger J, Ürge-Vorsatz D. 2021. Urgent need for post-growth climate mitigation scenarios. Nature Energy.
Huang K, Dallimer M, Stringer LC, Zhang A-L, Zhang T. 2021. Does Economic Agglomeration Lead to Efficient Rural to Urban Land Conversion? An Examination of China’s Metropolitan Area Development Strategy. Sustainability. 13.4
Ihemezie EJ, Dallimer M. 2021. Stakeholders’ Perceptions on Agricultural Land-Use Change, and Associated Factors, in Nigeria. Environments. 8.11
Ihemezie EJ, Nawrath M, Strauß L, Stringer LC, Dallimer M. 2021. The influence of human values on attitudes and behaviours towards forest conservation. Journal of Environmental Management. 292
Ivanova D, Middlemiss L. 2021. Characterizing the energy use of disabled people in the European Union towards inclusion in the energy transition. Nature Energy. 1188-1197 6
Jack T, Ivanova D. 2021. Small is beautiful? Stories of carbon footprints, socio-demographic trends and small households in Denmark. Energy Research and Social Science.
Ketsopoulou I, Taylor P, Watson J. 2021. Disruption and continuity in energy systems: Evidence and policy implications. Energy Policy. 149
Khosravi F, Taylor A, Siu YL. 2021. Chinese water managers’ long-term climate information needs. Science of the Total Environment. 750
Kong Z-H, Stringer LC, Paavola J, Lu Q. 2021. Situating China in the Global Effort to Combat Desertification. Land. 10.7
Li X, Stringer LC, Chapman S, Dallimer M. 2021. How urbanisation alters the intensity of the urban heat island in a tropical African city. PLOS ONE. 16.7
Li X, Stringer LC, Dallimer M. 2021. The Spatial and Temporal Characteristics of Urban Heat Island Intensity: Implications for East Africa’s Urban Development. Climate. 9.4
Martin MA, Sendra OA, Bastos A, Bauer N, Bertram C, Blenckner T, Bowen K, Brando PM, Rudolph TB, Büchs M, Bustamante M, Chen D, Cleugh H, Dasgupta P, Denton F, Donges JF, Donkor FK, Duan H, Duarte CM, Ebi KL, Edwards CM, Engel A, Fisher E, Fuss S, Gaertner J, Gettelman A, Girardin CAJ, Golledge NR, Green JF, Grose MR, Hashizume M, Hebden S, Hepach H, Hirota M, Hsu H-H, Kojima S, Lele S, Lorek S, Lotze HK, Matthews HD, McCauley D, Mebratu D, Mengis N, Nolan RH, Pihl E, Rahmstorf S, Redman A, Reid CE, Rockström J, Rogelj J, Saunois M, Sayer L, Schlosser P, Sioen GB, Spangenberg JH, Stammer D, Sterner TNS, Stevens N, Thonicke K, Tian H, Winkelmann R, Woodcock J. 2021. Ten new insights in climate science 2021: a horizon scan. Global Sustainability. 4
Martin-Ortega J, Young DM, Glenk K, Baird AJ, Jones L, Row EC, Evans CD, Dallimer M, Reed MS. 2021. Linking ecosystem changes to their social outcomes: lost in translation. Ecosystem Services. 50
Maund PR, Bentley JW, Austen GE, Irvine KN, Fish R, Dallimer M, Davies ZG. 2021. The features and processes underpinning high-quality data generation in participatory research and engagement activities. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
Mazhar N, Shirazi SA, Stringer LC, Carrie RH, Dallimer M. 2021. Spatial patterns in the adaptive capacity of dryland agricultural households in South Punjab, Pakistan. Journal of Arid Environments. 194
Millward-Hopkins J, Oswald Y. 2021. ‘Fair’ inequality, consumption and climate mitigation. Environmental Research Letters. 16.3
Nawrath M, Guenat S, Elsey H, Dallimer M. 2021. Exploring uncharted territory: Do urban greenspaces support mental health in low- and middle-income countries?. Environmental Research. 194
Nieto J, Pollitt H, Brockway PE, Clements L, Sakai M, Barrett J. 2021. Socio-macroeconomic impacts of implementing different post-Brexit UK energy reduction targets to 2030. Energy Policy. 158
Okumah M, Chapman PJ, Martin-Ortega J, Novo P, Ferré M, Jones S, Pearson P, Froggatt T. 2021. Do awareness-focussed approaches to mitigating diffuse pollution work? A case study using behavioural and water quality evidence. Journal of Environmental Management. 287
Okumah M, Martin-Ortega J, Chapman PJ, Novo P, Cassidy R, Lyon C, Higgins A, Doody D. 2021. The role of experiential learning in the adoption of best land management practices. Land Use Policy. 105
Oswald Y, Steinberger JK, Ivanova D, Millward-Hopkins J. 2021. Global redistribution of income and household energy footprints: a computational thought experiment. Global Sustainability. 4
Primmer E, Paavola J. 2021. Insurance Value of Ecosystems: An Introduction. Ecological Economics. 184
Reed MS, Ferre M, Martin-Ortega J, Blanche R, Lawford-Rolfe R, Dallimer M, Holden J. 2021. Evaluating impact from research: a methodological framework. Research Policy. 50.4
Robra B, Pazaitis A, Latoufis K. 2021. Counter-Hegemonic Decision Premises in Commons-Based Peer Production: A Degrowth Case Study. tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society. 343-370 19.2
Simpson K, Hanley N, Armsworth P, de Vries F, Dallimer M. 2021. Incentivising biodiversity net gain with an offset market. Q Open.
Simpson KH, de Vries F, Dallimer M, Armsworth PR, Hanley N. 2021. Understanding the Performance of Biodiversity Offset Markets: Evidence from An Integrated Ecological - Economic Model. Land Economics.
Small A, Owen A, Paavola J. 2021. Organizational use of ecosystem service approaches: A critique from a systems theory perspective. Business Strategy and the Environment.
Tan LM, Arbabi H, Densley Tingley D, Brockway PE, Mayfield M. 2021. Mapping resource effectiveness across urban systems. npj Urban Sustainability. 1
Taylor AL, Grainger S, Rauto Dessai S, Siu YL, Bruno Soares M. 2021. Communicating uncertainty in climate information for China: Recommendations and lessons learned for climate services. Journal of Meteorological Research. 77-86 35
Thew H, Middlemiss L, Paavola J. 2021. Does youth participation increase the democratic legitimacy of UNFCCC-orchestrated global climate change governance?. Environmental Politics.
Tyllianakis E, Martin-Ortega J. 2021. Agri-environmental schemes for biodiversity and environmental protection: How we are not yet "hitting the right keys". LAND USE POLICY. 109
Wang X, Dallimer M, Scott CE, Shi W, Gao J. 2021. Tree species richness and diversity predicts the magnitude of urban heat island mitigation effects of greenspaces. Science of The Total Environment.
Wilting HC, Schipper AM, Ivanova O, Ivanova D, Huijbregts MAJ. 2021. Subnational greenhouse gas and land‐based biodiversity footprints in the European Union. Journal of Industrial Ecology. 79-94 25.1
Siu YL; Willis T; Turner A; Dessai S; Taylor A (2021) An integrated climate and water resources management (iC-WRM) prototype for long term water allocation in the Upper Yellow River Region of China European Meteorological Society 2021 Annual Meeting
Buchs M, Payling R, Hogarth M. 2021. Engaging staff in carbon reduction: an evaluation of Carbon Literacy training: Briefing Paper for Leeds Climate Commission.
Future Earth, Earth League, WCRP, Buchs M. 2021. 10 New Insights in Climate Science 2021.
Lee S, Dessai S, Paavola J, Harcourt R. 2021. A practical approach to addressing barriers to national climate adaptation policy in the UK.
Lorek S, Gran C, Lavorel C, Tomany S, Oswald Y. 2021. Equitable 1.5-Degree Lifestyles.
Gakou-Kakeu J, Di Gregorio M, Paavola J, Sonwa DJ. 2021. REDD+ policy implementation and institutional interplay: Evidence from three pilot projects in Cameroon.


Bahaj AS, Blunden L, Bourikas L, Buchs M, James P, Wu Y. 2020. Energy, Wellbeing and Cities. In: Boyko CT; Cooper R; Dunn N (eds.) Designing Future Cities for Wellbeing.
Afionis S, Mkwambisi DD, Dallimer M. 2020. Lack of Cross-Sector and Cross-Level Policy Coherence and Consistency Limits Urban Green Infrastructure Implementation in Malawi. Frontiers in Environmental Science. 8
Ambrosio Albalá P, Bale CSE, Pimm AJ, Taylor PG. 2020. What Makes Decentralised Energy Storage Schemes Successful? An Assessment Incorporating Stakeholder Perspectives. Energies. 13.24
Ambrosio-Albala P, Upham P, Bale CSE, Taylor PG. 2020. Exploring acceptance of decentralised energy storage at household and neighbourhood scales: A UK survey. Energy Policy. 138
Andreou A, Barrett J, Taylor PG, Brockway PE, Wadud Z. 2020. Decomposing the drivers of residential space cooling energy consumption in EU-28 countries using a panel data approach. Energy and Built Environment. 432-442 1.4
Balderas Torres A, Lazaro Vargas P, Paavola J. 2020. The systemic and governmental agendas in presidential attention to climate change in Mexico, 1994-2018. Nature Communications. 11
Brown AE, Ford JS, Bale CSE, Camargo-Valero MA, Cheffins NJ, Mason PE, Price-Allison AM, Ross AB, Taylor PG. 2020. An assessment of road-verge grass as a feedstock for farm-fed anaerobic digestion plants. Biomass and Bioenergy. 138
Christopher L, Cordell D, Jacobs B, Martin-Ortega J, Marshall R, Camargo-Valero MA, Sherry E. 2020. Five pillars for stakeholder analyses in sustainability transformations: The global case of phosphorus. Environmental Science and Policy. 80-89 107
Dallimer M, Martin-Ortega J, Rendon O, Afionis S, Bark R, Gordon IJ, Paavola J. 2020. Taking stock of the empirical evidence on the insurance value of ecosystems. Ecological Economics. 167
Faccioli M, Czajkowski M, Glenk K, Martin-Ortega J. 2020. Environmental attitudes and place identity as determinants of preferences for ecosystem services. Ecological Economics. 174
Fanning AL, O'Neill DW, Buchs M. 2020. Provisioning systems for a good life within planetary boundaries. Global Environmental Change. 64
Garvey A, Norman J, Owen A, Barrett J. 2020. Towards net zero nutrition: The contribution of demand-side change to mitigating UK food emissions. Journal of Cleaner Production.
Giannichi ML, Gavish Y, Baker TR, Dallimer M, Ziv G. 2020. Scale dependency of conservation outcomes in a forest‐offsetting scheme. Conservation Biology. 148-157 34.1
Guenat S, Dougill AJ, Dallimer M. 2020. Social network analysis reveals a lack of support for greenspace conservation. Landscape and Urban Planning. 204
Guo X, Zhang X, Du S, Li C, Siu YL, Rong Y, Yang H. 2020. The impact of onshore wind power projects on ecological corridors and landscape connectivity in Shanxi, China. Journal of Cleaner Production. 254
Haberl H, Wiedenhofer D, Virág D, Kalt G, Plank B, Brockway P, Fishman T, Hausknost D, Krausmann FP, Leon-Gruchalski B, Mayer A, Pichler M, Schaffartzik A, Sousa T, Streeck J, Creutzig F. 2020. A systematic review of the evidence on decoupling of GDP, resource use and GHG emissions, part II: synthesizing the insights. Environmental Research Letters.
HAMM JOE, BOND GM, EXLEY LC, KOREIN EA. 2020. Reduced diet breadth in the Scarlet Macaw Ara macao of the Área de Conservación Osa (ACOSA), Costa Rica: Implications for conservation and ecotourism. Bird Conservation International. 575-585 30.4
Hardt L, Barrett J, Taylor PG, Foxon TJ. 2020. Structural Change for a Post-Growth Economy: Investigating the Relationship between Embodied Energy Intensity and Labour Productivity. Sustainability. 12.3
Heun MK, Marshall Z, Aramendia E, Brockway PE. 2020. The Energy and Exergy of Light with Application to Societal Exergy Analysis. Energies. 13.20
Ivanova D, Barrett J, Wiedenhofer D, Macura B, Callaghan M, Creutzig F. 2020. Quantifying the potential for climate change mitigation of consumption options. Environmental Research Letters. 093001-093001 15.9
Ivanova D, Büchs M. 2020. Household Sharing for Carbon and Energy Reductions: The Case of EU Countries. Energies. 13.8
Ivanova D, Wood R. 2020. The unequal distribution of household carbon footprints in Europe and its link to sustainability. Global Sustainability. 3
Lu H, Yan Y, Zhu J, Jin T, Liu G, Wu G, Stringer LC, Dallimer M. 2020. Spatiotemporal Water Yield Variations and Influencing Factors in the Lhasa River Basin, Tibetan Plateau. Water. 12.5
Marshall Z, Brockway PE. 2020. Correction to: A Net Energy Analysis of the Global Agriculture, Aquaculture, Fishing and Forestry System. Biophysical Economics and Sustainability. 5.2
Marshall Z, Brockway PE. 2020. A Net Energy Analysis of the Global Agriculture, Aquaculture, Fishing and Forestry System. Biophysical Economics and Sustainability. 5.2
Maund PR, Irvine KN, Dallimer M, Fish R, Austen GE, Davies ZG. 2020. Do ecosystem service frameworks represent people’s values?. Ecosystem Services. 46
Millward-Hopkins J, Steinberger JK, Rao ND, Oswald Y. 2020. Providing decent living with minimum energy: A global scenario. Global Environmental Change. 65
Nielsen KS, Stern PC, Dietz T, Gilligan JM, van Vuuren DP, Figueroa MJ, Folke C, Gwozdz W, Ivanova D, Reisch LA, Vandenbergh MP, Wolske KS, Wood R. 2020. Improving Climate Change Mitigation Analysis: A Framework for Examining Feasibility. One Earth. 325-336 3.3
Okumah M, Ankomah-Hackman P, Yeboah AS. 2020. Do socio-demographic groups report different attitudes towards water resource management? Evidence from a Ghanaian Case study. GeoJournal.
Okumah M, Ankomah‑Hackman P. 2020. Applying conditional process modelling to investigate factors influencing the adoption of water pollution mitigation behaviours. Sustainable Water Resources Management. 6.2
Okumah M, Martin-Ortega J, Novo P, Chapman PJ. 2020. Revisiting the Determinants of Pro-Environmental Behaviour to Inform Land Management Policy: A Meta-Analytic Structural Equation Model Application. Land. 9.5
Okumah M, Yeboah AS. 2020. Exploring stakeholders’ perceptions of the quality and governance of water resources in the Wenchi municipality. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 1375-1403 63.8
Okumah M, Yeboah AS, Amponsah O. 2020. Stakeholders' willingness and motivations to support sustainable water resources management: Insights from a Ghanaian study. Conservation Science and Practice. 2.3
Okumah M, Yeboah AS, Asante-Wusu I. 2020. Unpacking the moderating role of age and gender in the belief–behaviour link: a study within the context of water resources pollution. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.
Okumah M, Yeboah AS, Bonyah SK. 2020. What matters most? Stakeholders’ perceptions of river water quality. Land Use Policy. 99
Oswald Y, Owen A, Steinberger JK. 2020. Large inequality in international and intranational energy footprints between income groups and across consumption categories. Nature Energy. 231-239 5
Oswald Y, Owen A, Steinberger JK. 2020. Publisher Correction: Large inequality in international and intranational energy footprints between income groups and across consumption categories. Nature Energy. 349-349 5.4
Pimm AJ, Palczewski J, Morris R, Cockerill TT, Taylor PG. 2020. Community energy storage: A case study in the UK using a linear programming method. Energy Conversion and Management. 205
Pye S, Broad O, Bataille C, Brockway P, Daly HE, Freeman R, Gambhir A, Geden O, Rogan F, Sanghvi S, Tomei J, Vorushylo I, Watson J. 2020. Modelling net-zero emissions energy systems requires a change in approach. Climate Policy.
Robra B, Heikkurinen P, Nesterova I. 2020. Commons-based peer production for degrowth? - The case for eco-sufficiency in economic organisations. Sustainable Futures. 2
Roddis P, Roelich K, Tran K, Carver S, Dallimer M, Ziv G. 2020. What shapes community acceptance of large-scale solar farms? A case study of the UK's first ‘nationally significant’ solar farm. Solar Energy. 235-244 209
Sabyrbekov R, Dallimer M, Navrud S. 2020. Nature affinity and willingness to pay for urban green spaces in a developing country. Landscape and Urban Planning. 194
Smith T, Holmes G, Paavola J. 2020. Social Underpinnings of Ecological Knowledge: Business Perceptions of Biodiversity as Social Learning. Organization & Environment. 175-194 33.2
Stratford B. 2020. The Threat of Rent Extraction in a Resource-constrained Future. Ecological Economics. 169
Thew H, Middlemiss LK, Paavola J. 2020. “Youth is not a political position”: Exploring justice claims-making in the UN Climate Change Negotiations. Global Environmental Change. 61
Ver Beek N, Vindel E, Kuperus Heun M, Brockway PE. 2020. Quantifying the Environmental Impacts of Cookstove Transitions: A Societal Exergy Analysis Based Model of Energy Consumption and Forest Stocks in Honduras. Energies. 13.12
Vita G, Ivanova D, Dumitru A, García-Mira R, Carrus G, Stadler K, Krause K, Wood R, Hertwich EG. 2020. Happier with less? Members of European environmental grassroots initiatives reconcile lower carbon footprints with higher life satisfaction and income increases. Energy Research and Social Science. 60
Wesselink A, Fritsch O, Paavola J. 2020. Earth system governance for transformation towards sustainable deltas: What does research into socio-eco-technological systems tell us?. Earth System Governance. 4
Wiedenhofer D, Virág D, Kalt G, Plank B, Streeck J, Pichler M, Mayer A, Krausmann FP, Brockway P, Schaffartzik A, Fishman T, Hausknost D, Leon-Gruchalski B, Sousa T, Creutzig F, Haberl H. 2020. A systematic review of the evidence on decoupling of GDP, resource use and GHG emissions, part I: bibliometric and conceptual mapping. Environmental Research Letters.
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