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Barkemeyer R, Young CW, Chintakayala PK, Owen A. 2023. Eco-labels, conspicuous conservation and moral licensing: An indirect behavioural rebound effect. Ecological Economics. 204.Part A
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Owen A. 2022. Supporting Policy towards Sustainability. In: Vorley T; Abdul Rahman S; Tuckerman L; Wallace P (eds.) How to Engage Policy Makers with Your Research The Art of Informing and Impacting Policy.
Russell SV, Victoria S. 2022. Exploring the Emotional Experiences and Coping Strategies of Sustainability Change Agents. In: Humphrey RH; Ashkanasy NM; Troth AC (eds.) Emotions and Negativity. Research on Emotion in Organizations.
Rattle I, Owen A. 2022. Levelling up or hollowing out? The role of local action in addressing industrial emissions.
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
Barrett J, Pye S, Betts-Davies S, Broad O, Price J, Eyre N, Anable J, Brand C, Bennett G, Carr-Whitworth R, Garvey A, Giesekam J, Marsden G, Norman J, Oreszczyn T, Ruyssevelt P, Scott K. 2022. Energy demand reduction options for meeting national zero-emission targets in the United Kingdom. Nature Energy. 726-735 7.8
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
Bretter C, Unsworth KL, Russell SV, Quested TE, Doriza A, Kaptan G. 2022. Don't Put All Your Eggs in One Basket: Testing An Integrative Model of Household Food Waste. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 185
Büchs M, Mattioli G. 2022. How socially just are taxes on air travel and ‘frequent flyer levies’?. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. 1-23
Devine-Wright P, Whitmarsh L, Gatersleben B, O’Neill S, Hartley S, Burningham K, Sovacool B, Barr S, Anable J. 2022. Placing people at the heart of climate action. PLOS Climate. 1.5
Ecclesia MV, Santos J, Brockway PE, Domingos T. 2022. A Comprehensive Societal Energy Return on Investment Study of Portugal Reveals a Low but Stable Value. Energies. 15.10
Fell MJ, Roelich K, Middlemiss L. 2022. Realist approaches in energy research to support faster and fairer climate action. Nature Energy. 916-922 7.10
Few S, Barton J, Sandwell P, Mori R, Kulkarni P, Thomson M, Nelson J, Candelise C. 2022. Electricity demand in populations gaining access: Impact of rurality and climatic conditions, and implications for microgrid design. Energy for Sustainable Development. 151-164 66
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
Hall S, Workman M, Hardy J, Mazur C, Anable J, Powell M, Wagner SM. 2022. Doing business model innovation for sustainability transitions — Bringing in strategic foresight and human centred design. Energy Research and Social Science. 90
Hyde-Smith L, Zhan Z, Roelich K, Mdee A, Evans B. 2022. Climate Change Impacts on Urban Sanitation: A Systematic Review and Failure Mode Analysis. Environmental Science and Technology. 5306-5321 56.9
Ivanova D, Büchs M. 2022. Implications of shrinking household sizes for meeting the 1.5 °C climate targets. Ecological Economics. 202
Kilian L, Owen A, Newing A, Ivanova D. 2022. Microdata selection for estimating household consumption-based emissions. Economic Systems Research.
Kilian L, Owen A, Newing A, Ivanova D. 2022. Exploring Transport Consumption-Based Emissions: Spatial Patterns, Social Factors, Well-Being, and Policy Implications. Sustainability. 14.19
Kühne K, Bartsch N, Tate RD, Higson J, Habet A. 2022. “Carbon Bombs” - Mapping key fossil fuel projects. Energy Policy. 166
Middlemiss L. 2022. Who is vulnerable to energy poverty in the Global North, and what is their experience?. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment.
Oswald Y, Steinberger JK, Ivanova D, Millward-Hopkins J. 2022. Global redistribution of income and household energy footprints: a computational thought experiment. Global Sustainability. 4
Owen A, Burke J, Serin E. 2022. Who pays for BECCS and DACCS in the UK: designing equitable climate policy. Climate Policy. 1050-1068 22.8
Paulson L, Büchs M. 2022. Public acceptance of post-growth: Factors and implications for post-growth strategy. Futures. 143
Ramirez-Mendiola JL, Mattioli G, Anable J, Torriti J. 2022. I'm coming home (to charge): The relation between commuting practices and peak energy demand in the United Kingdom. Energy Research and Social Science. 88
Richardson-Barlow C, Pimm AJ, Taylor PG, Gale WF. 2022. Policy and pricing barriers to steel industry decarbonisation: A UK case study. Energy Policy. 168
Small A, Owen A, Paavola J. 2022. Organizational use of ecosystem service approaches: A critique from a systems theory perspective. Business Strategy and the Environment. 284-296 31.1
Small A, Paavola J, Owen A. 2022. Multi-level Natural Capital Implementation Within Planetary Boundaries. Business Strategy and the Environment.
Sowe J, Varela Barreras J, Schimpe M, Wu B, Candelise C, Nelson J, Few S. 2022. Model-informed battery current derating strategies: Simple methods to extend battery lifetime in islanded mini-grids. Journal of Energy Storage. 104524-104524 51
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
Stevens M, Raat H, Ferrando M, Vallina B, Lucas R, Middlemiss L, Rédon J, Rocher E, van Grieken A. 2022. A comprehensive urban programme to reduce energy poverty and its effects on health and wellbeing of citizens in six European countries: study protocol of a controlled trial. BMC Public Health. 22.1
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
Wadud Z, Adeel M, Anable J, Lucas K. 2022. A disaggregate analysis of ‘excess’ car travel and its role in decarbonisation. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 109
Workman M, Platt D, Reddivari U, Valmarana B, Hall S, Ganpatsingh R. 2022. Establishing a large-scale Greenhouse Gas Removal sector in the United Kingdom by 2030: First mover dilemmas. Energy Research & Social Science. 88
Yan J, Rodríguez-Martínez X, Pearce D, Douglas H, Bili D, Azzouzi M, Eisner F, Virbule A, Rezasoltani E, Belova V, Dörling B, Few S, Szumska AA, Hou X, Zhang G, Yip H-L, Campoy-Quiles M, Nelson J. 2022. Identifying structure–absorption relationships and predicting absorption strength of non-fullerene acceptors for organic photovoltaics. Energy & Environmental Science. 2958-2973 15.7
Bale C, Barns D, Turner J. 2022. Shared ground heat exchange for the decarbonisation of heat.
Brown L, Anable J. 2022. Reducing car kilometres 20% by 2030: public perceptions.
Buchs M, Schnepf SV, Ivanova D. 2022. Options for socially just and effective climate policies – a microsimulation for 27 EU countries.
Cass N, Lucas K, Adeel M, Anable J, Buchs M, Lovelace R, Morgan M, Mullen C. 2022. Curbing excess: high energy consumption and the fair energy transition.


Teerikangas S, Mäkelä M, Onkila T, Koistinen K. 2021. Research Handbook of Sustainability Agency.
Docherty I, Marsden G, Anable J, Forth T. 2021. Transport, the economy and environmental sustainability post-Covid-19. In: McCann P; Vorley T (eds.) Productivity and the Pandemic: Challenges and Insights from Covid-19.
Docherty I, Marsden G, Anable J, Forth T. 2021. Mobility during and after the pandemic. In: Bryson JR; Andres L; Ersoy A; Reardon L (eds.) Living with Pandemics: Places, People and Policy.
Giæver F, Russell S. 2021. Emotions in sustainability work: The case of ecopreneurs. In: Teerikangas S; Onkila T; Koistinen K; Mäkelä M (eds.) Research Handbook of Sustainability Agency.
Larrington-Spencer H, Fenney D, Middlemiss L, Kosanic A. 2021. Disabled Environmentalisms. In: Bell K (eds.) Diversity and Inclusion in Environmentalism.
Russell S, Giæver F, Onkila T. 2021. Employee Agency in the Context of Organisational Sustainability. In: Teerikangas S; Onkila T; Koistinen K; Mäkelä M (eds.) Research Handbook of Sustainability Agency.
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..
Abd Rahman MD, Los B, Owen A, Lenzen M. 2021. Multi-level comparisons of input–output tables using cross-entropy indicators. Economic Systems Research. 1-20
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
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
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
Beath H, Hauser M, Sandwell P, Gambhir A, Few S, Chambon CL, Nelson J. 2021. The cost and emissions advantages of incorporating anchor loads into solar mini-grids in India. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Transition. 100003-100003 1
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
Brown D, Hall S, Martiskainen M, Davis ME. 2021. Conceptualising domestic energy service models: a typology and policy recommendations. Energy Policy.
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. 323-327 21.2
Büchs M, Ivanova D, Schnepf SV. 2021. Fairness, effectiveness, and needs satisfaction: new options for designing climate policies. Environmental Research Letters. 16.12
Creasy A, Lane M, Owen A, Howarth C, van der Horst D. 2021. Representing ‘Place’: City Climate Commissions and the Institutionalisation of Experimental Governance in Edinburgh. Politics and Governance. 64-75 9.2
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
Dyer J, Middlemiss L, Thew H. 2021. Towards just and inclusive community sustainability initiatives: learning from the Mixed Ability movement. justice spatiale - spatial justice. 16
Eriksson FAA, Owen A, Malhi Y. 2021. Net national metabolism as a fine-scale metric of energetic biophysical size in an industrialised country. The Anthropocene Review. 205301962110386-205301962110386
Feenstra M, Middlemiss L, Hesselman M, Straver K, Tirado Herrero S. 2021. Humanising the Energy Transition: Towards a National Policy on Energy Poverty in the Netherlands. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities. 3
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
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.
Graves C, Roelich K. 2021. Psychological Barriers to Pro-Environmental Behaviour Change: A Review of Meat Consumption Behaviours. Sustainability. 13.21
Hall S, Anable J, Hardy J, Workman M, Mazur C, Matthews Y. 2021. Innovative energy business models appeal to specific consumer groups but may exacerbate existing inequalities for the disengaged. Nature Energy. 337-338 6
Hall S, Anable J, Hardy J, Workman M, Mazur C, Matthews Y. 2021. Matching consumer segments to innovative utility business models. Nature Energy. 349-361 6.1
Hall S, Anable J, Hardy J, Workman M, Mazur C, Matthews Y. 2021. Author Correction: Matching consumer segments to innovative utility business models. Nature Energy. 684-684 6
Hall S, Davis M. 2021. Permission to Say “Capitalism”: Principles for Critical Social Science Engagement With GGR Research. Frontiers in Climate. 3
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. 766-768 6.8
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
Marsden G, Anable J. 2021. Behind the Targets? The Case for Coherence in a Multi-Scalar Approach to Carbon Action Plans in the Transport Sector. Sustainability. 13.13
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
Morton C, Mattioli G, Anable J. 2021. Public acceptability towards Low Emission Zones: The role of attitudes, norms, emotions, and trust. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 256-270 150
Murtagh N, Owen A, Simpson K. 2021. What motivates building repair-maintenance practitioners to include or avoid energy efficiency measures? Evidence from three studies in the United Kingdom. Energy Research and Social Science. 73.1
Murtagh N, Owen A, Simpson K. 2021. Engaging UK repair-maintain-improve practitioners in improved building performance. International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation.
Naylor AW, Ford JD, Pearce T, Fawcett D, Clark D, Van Alstine J. 2021. Monitoring the dynamic vulnerability of an Arctic subsistence food system to climate change: The case of Ulukhaktok, NT. PLOS ONE. 16.9
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
Ofori AD, Mdee A, Van Alstine J. 2021. Politics on display: The realities of artisanal mining formalisation in Ghana. Extractive Industries and Society. 8.4
Philips I, Anable J, Chatterton T. 2021. E-bikes and their capability to reduce car CO2 emissions. Transport Policy.
Philips I, Mattioli G, Anable J. 2021. Spatial Analysis of Dog Ownership and Car Use in the UK. Transport Findings.
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. 2021. Modelling net-zero emissions energy systems requires a change in approach. Climate Policy. 222-231 21.2
Ross A, Van Alstine J, Cotton M, Middlemiss L. 2021. Deliberative democracy and environmental justice: evaluating the role of citizens’ juries in urban climate governance. Local Environment. 1512-1531 26.12
Russell SV, Ashkanasy NM. 2021. Pulling on Heartstrings: Three Studies of the Effectiveness of Emotionally Framed Communication to Encourage Workplace Pro-Environmental Behavior. Sustainability. 13.18
Sambrook K, Konstantinidis E, Russell S, Okan Y. 2021. The role of personal experience and prior beliefs in shaping climate change perceptions: A narrative review. Frontiers in Psychology. 12
Simpson K, Murtagh N, Owen A. 2021. Domestic retrofit: understanding capabilities of micro enterprise building practitioners. Buildings and Cities.
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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
Tennison I, Roschnik S, Ashby B, Boyd R, Hamilton I, Oreszczyn T, Owen A, Romanello M, Ruyssevelt P, Sherman JD, Smith AZP, Steele K, Watts N, Eckelman MJ. 2021. Health care's response to climate change: a carbon footprint assessment of the NHS in England. The Lancet Planetary Health. e84-e92 5.2
Thew H, Middlemiss L, Paavola J. 2021. Does youth participation increase the democratic legitimacy of UNFCCC-orchestrated global climate change governance?. Environmental Politics.
Velenturf APM, Emery AR, Hodgson DM, Barlow NLM, Mohtaj Khorasani AM, Van Alstine J, Peterson EL, Piazolo S, Thorp M. 2021. Geoscience Solutions for Sustainable Offshore Wind Development. Earth Science, Systems and Society. 1
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
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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.
Killip G, Fawcett T, Jofeh C, Owen A, Topouzi M, Wade F. 2021. Building on our strengths: a market transformation approach to energy retrofit in UK homes.
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Schafran A, Smith MN, Hall S. 2020. The spatial contract A new politics of provision for an urbanized planet.
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.
Middlemiss L. 2020. Energy poverty: Understanding and addressing systemic inequalities. In: Galvin R (eds.) Inequality and Energy: How Extremes of Wealth and Poverty in High Income Countries Affect CO2 Emissions and Access to Energy.
Murtagh N, Owen AM, Simpson K. 2020. Beyond drivers and barriers: a theoretical framework addressing the engagement of UK construction practitioners in retrofit for energy-efficiency. SEEDS International Conference 2020 Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society
Owen A, Janda KB, Simpson K. 2020. Who are the 'middle actors' in sustainable construction and what do they need to know?. SEEDS Conference 2019: Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society
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, Middlemiss L, Owen A, Hargreaves T, Emmel N, Gilbertson J, Tod A, Snell C, Mullen C, Longhurst N, Gillard R. 2020. From rational to relational: How energy poor households engage with the British retail energy market. Energy Research and Social Science. 70
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
Arbell Y, Middlemiss L, Chatterton P. 2020. Contested Subjectivities in a UK Housing Cooperative: Old Hippies and Thatcher’s Children negotiating the commons. Geoforum. 58-66 110
Brand C, Anable J, Ketsopoulou I, Watson J. 2020. Road to zero or road to nowhere? Disrupting transport and energy in a zero carbon world. Energy Policy. 139
Brand C, Schwanen T, Anable J. 2020. ‘Online Omnivores’ or ‘Willing but struggling’? Identifying online grocery shopping behavior segments using attitude theory. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services. 57
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
Brown D, Hall S, Davis ME. 2020. What is prosumerism for? Exploring the normative dimensions of decentralised energy transitions. Energy Research & Social Science. 66
Davis MC, Unsworth KL, Russell SV, Galvan JJ. 2020. Can green behaviors really be increased for all employees? Trade‐offs for “deep greens” in a goal‐oriented green human resource management intervention. Business Strategy and the Environment. 335-346 29.2
Ebrey R, Hall S, Willis R. 2020. Is Twitter Indicating a Change in MP’s Views on Climate Change?. Sustainability. 12.24
Fanning AL, O'Neill DW, Buchs M. 2020. Provisioning systems for a good life within planetary boundaries. Global Environmental Change. 64
Faulconbridge J, Jones I, Marsden G, Anable J. 2020. Work, ICT and travel in multinational corporations: the synthetic work mobility situation. New Technology, Work and Employment. 195-214 35.2
Few S, Djapic P, Strbac G, Nelson J, Candelise C. 2020. Assessing local costs and impacts of distributed solar PV using high resolution data from across Great Britain. Renewable Energy. 1140-1150 162
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.
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Grafius DR, Hall S, McHugh N, Edmondson JL. 2020. How much heat can we grow in our cities? Modelling UK urban biofuel production potential. GCB Bioenergy. 118-132 12.1
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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
Hargreaves T, Middlemiss L. 2020. The importance of social relations in shaping energy demand. Nature Energy. 195-201 5.3
Heun MK, Marshall Z, Aramendia E, Brockway PE. 2020. The Energy and Exergy of Light with Application to Societal Exergy Analysis. Energies. 13.20
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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
Karatayev M, Hall S. 2020. Establishing and comparing energy security trends in resource-rich exporting nations (Russia and the Caspian Sea region). Resources Policy. 68
Killip G, Owen A. 2020. The construction industry as agents of energy demand configuration in the existing housing stock. Energy Policy. 147
Killip G, Owen A, Topouzi M. 2020. Exploring the practices and roles of UK construction manufacturers and merchants in relation to housing energy retrofit. Journal of Cleaner Production. 251
Le Varlet T, Schmidt O, Gambhir A, Few S, Staffell I. 2020. Comparative life cycle assessment of lithium-ion battery chemistries for residential storage. Journal of Energy Storage. 101230-101230 28
Marsden G, Anable J, Chatterton T, Docherty I, Faulconbridge J, Murray L, Roby H, Shires J. 2020. Studying disruptive events: Innovations in behaviour, opportunities for lower carbon transport policy?. Transport Policy. 89-101 94
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
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Naylor A, Ford J, Pearce T, Van Alstine J. 2020. Conceptualizing Climate Vulnerability in Complex Adaptive Systems. One Earth. 444-454 2.5
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