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(Deutsch) Die Klimabilanz des österreichischen Außenhandels

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Global implications of a European environmental tax reform

Giljum, S., Lutz, C. & Polzin, C. (2010)
European production and consumption activities are increasingly dependent on material and energy resources from abroad and imply significant economic and environmental consequences in other regions around the world. While the overall level of resource use in Europe has stabilised over the past 20 years, the source of [...]

Quantifying indirect material flows of traded products with a multi-regional environmental input-output model

Giljum, S., Lutz, C. & Jungnitz, A. (2007)
Presentation at the ESEE Conference 2007 in Leipzig.
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Quantifying indirect material flows of traded products with a multi-regional environmental input-output model – A methodological concept paper

Giljum, S., Lutz, C. & Jungnitz, A. (2007)
Contribution to the ESEE Conference 2007 in Leipzig
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Accounting and modelling global resource use: material flows, land use and input-output models

Giljum, S., Hinterberger, F., Lutz, C. & Meyer, B. (2008)
In: Suh, S. (Ed.). Handbook of input-output economics for industrial ecology. Springer: Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
Material flow accounting and land use accounting are regarded as appropriate tools to provide a comprehensive picture of environmental pressures induced by and inter-linked with production and consumption activities. Due [...]

Accounting and modelling global resource use: material flows, land use and input-output models

Giljum, S., Hinterberger, F., Lutz, C. & Meyer, B. (2009)
In: Suh, S. (Ed.). Handbook of input-output economics for industrial ecology. Springer: Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 139-160.
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The Global Resource Accounting Model (GRAM) – A methodological concept paper

Giljum, S., Lutz, C. & Jungnitz, A. (2008)
In this SERI Study, we introduce the Global Resource Accounting Model (GRAM), a global, multi-regional, environmental input-output (MRIO) model designed to fill parts of the existing gaps with regard to data and empirical analysis of material flows. The basic intention of GRAM is to construct a MRIO [...]

Global dimensions of European natural resource use – First results from the Global Resource Accounting Model (GRAM)

Giljum, S., Lutz, C., Jungnitz, A., Bruckner, M. & Hinterberger, F. (2008)
With increasing international trade in the world economy, the inclusion of indirect (or embodied) natural resources of traded products receives growing importance, when domestic production and consumption patterns are evaluated from the perspective of global sustainable development. In this paper, we present results [...]

Modelling scenarios towards a sustainable use of natural resources in Europe

Giljum, S., Behrens, A., Hinterberger, F., Lutz, C. & Meyer, B. (2007)
The issue of unsustainable patterns of natural resource use currently experiences a steep rise on the policy agenda both in Europe and other world regions. A rapidly increasing body of literature assesses past developments of material use and resource productivities, however, little effort [...]

 

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