Thomas Wiedmann
Thomas Wiedmann
Professor of Sustainability Research
Verifisert e-postadresse på unsw.edu.au - Startside
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A definition of ‘carbon footprint’
T Wiedmann, J Minx
Ecological economics research trends 1 (2008), 1-11, 2008
The material footprint of nations
TO Wiedmann, H Schandl, M Lenzen, D Moran, S Suh, J West, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 112 (20), 6271-6276, 2015
A review of recent multi-region input–output models used for consumption-based emission and resource accounting
T Wiedmann
Ecological economics 69 (2), 211-222, 2009
Humanity’s unsustainable environmental footprint
AY Hoekstra, TO Wiedmann
Science 344 (6188), 1114-1117, 2014
Integrating ecological, carbon and water footprint into a “footprint family” of indicators: definition and role in tracking human pressure on the planet
A Galli, T Wiedmann, E Ercin, D Knoblauch, B Ewing, S Giljum
Ecological indicators 16, 100-112, 2012
Scientists’ warning on affluence
T Wiedmann, M Lenzen, LT Keyßer, JK Steinberger
Nature communications 11 (1), 3107, 2020
Examining the global environmental impact of regional consumption activities—Part 2: Review of input–output models for the assessment of environmental impacts embodied in trade
T Wiedmann, M Lenzen, K Turner, J Barrett
Ecological economics 61 (1), 15-26, 2007
Shared producer and consumer responsibility—Theory and practice
M Lenzen, J Murray, F Sack, T Wiedmann
Ecological economics 61 (1), 27-42, 2007
A review of trends and drivers of greenhouse gas emissions by sector from 1990 to 2018
WF Lamb, T Wiedmann, J Pongratz, R Andrew, M Crippa, JGJ Olivier, ...
Environmental research letters 16 (7), 073005, 2021
Environmental and social footprints of international trade
T Wiedmann, M Lenzen
Nature geoscience 11 (5), 314-321, 2018
Allocating ecological footprints to final consumption categories with input–output analysis
T Wiedmann, J Minx, J Barrett, M Wackernagel
Ecological economics 56 (1), 28-48, 2006
Input–output analysis and carbon footprinting: an overview of applications
JC Minx, T Wiedmann, R Wood, GP Peters, M Lenzen, A Owen, K Scott, ...
Economic systems research 21 (3), 187-216, 2009
Decoupling global environmental pressure and economic growth: scenarios for energy use, materials use and carbon emissions
H Schandl, S Hatfield-Dodds, T Wiedmann, A Geschke, Y Cai, J West, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 132, 45-56, 2015
Initial progress in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): A review of evidence from countries
C Allen, G Metternicht, T Wiedmann
Sustainability science 13, 1453-1467, 2018
Integrating ecological and water footprint accounting in a multi-regional input–output framework
BR Ewing, TR Hawkins, TO Wiedmann, A Galli, AE Ercin, J Weinzettel, ...
Ecological indicators 23, 1-8, 2012
Quo Vadis MRIO? Methodological, data and institutional requirements for multi-region input–output analysis
T Wiedmann, HC Wilting, M Lenzen, S Lutter, V Palm
Ecological Economics 70 (11), 1937-1945, 2011
Environmental implications of urbanization and lifestyle change in China: ecological and water footprints
K Hubacek, D Guan, J Barrett, T Wiedmann
Journal of cleaner production 17 (14), 1241-1248, 2009
Carbon footprint and input–output analysis–an introduction
T Wiedmann
Routledge 21 (3), 175-186, 2009
Consumption-based GHG emission accounting: a UK case study
J Barrett, G Peters, T Wiedmann, K Scott, M Lenzen, K Roelich, ...
Climate policy 13 (4), 451-470, 2013
A research agenda for improving national Ecological Footprint accounts
J Kitzes, A Galli, M Bagliani, J Barrett, G Dige, S Ede, K Erb, S Giljum, ...
Ecological Economics 68 (7), 1991-2007, 2009
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