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(Deutsch) Auf dem Boden der Tatsachen

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SERI researchers invited to OECD-review as experts

Preparing the OECD economic report 2012/2013 for Austria, the Economic and Development Review Committee (EDRC) attended several meetings in Vienna between 5 and 9 November. EDRC is an OECD committee that analyses every OECD country’s economic development and thereafter formulates policy recommendations.
SERI was the only private institute that was invited to a meeting with [...]

Materials embodied in international trade between 1995 and 2005

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New Publication: Materials embodied in international trade between 1995 and 2005

Industrialized countries are increasingly dependent on material and energy resources from other world regions. The increasing trade of raw materials and products is also shifting environmental burden abroad and thus extends the responsibility for environmental impacts as well as social consequences from the national to the global level. Based on the results of the Global [...]

Report on resource efficiency indicators and targets for the EU

In a new report, BIO Intelligence Service, the Institute of Social Ecology and SERI present a basket of resource use indicators and corresponding targets for the Europe 2020 Flagship Initiative on Resource Efficiency. The researchers suggest a set of consumption and production based indicators that covers both, the environmental pressures and impacts from material, energy, [...]

Europe’s global land demand – A study on the actual land embodied in European imports and exports of agricultural and forestry products

Lugschitz, B., Bruckner, M., Giljum, S. (2011)
As fertile land areas to produce agricultural and forestry products are only available in a limited amount on our planet it is very important to use this resource thoughtfully. A number of conflicts are coupled with the global land use. In developing countries conflicts arise on the issue [...]

A life in abundance at the cost of evermore agricultural land outside Europe

As fertile land areas to produce agricultural and forestry products are only available in a limited amount on our planet it is very important to use this resource thoughtfully. A number of conflicts are coupled with the global land use. In developing countries conflicts arise on the issue whether arable land should be used for [...]

(Deutsch) Lokale Energiesysteme der Zukunft. Integrierte Nachhaltigkeitsbewertung von lokalen Energieszenarien

Bohunovsky, L., Madlener, R., Omann, I., Bruckner, M., Stagl, S. (2007).
Ökologisch Wirtschaften, 2/2007, 47-50.
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(Deutsch) Nachhaltige Produktverpackungen für Ja!Natürlich auf Basis von SERI-Forschungsergebnissen

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New project: Europe’s global land demand

Fertile land areas to produce agricultural and forestry products are only available in a limited amount on our planet. The global distribution of those products, produced on those areas, is an issue with increasing political importance. This study will investigate the direct and indirect land required to satisfy the final demand of agricultural and forestry products in Europe.
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