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Scenarios for investigating risks to biodiversity.

Aim This paper describes a set of integrative scenarios developed in the ALARM (Assessing LArge-scale environmental Risks for biodiversity with tested Methods) project. The ultimate aim of ALARM was to develop and test methods and protocols for the assessment of large-scale environmental risks to biodiversity and to evaluate mitigation options. Scenarios provide a tool for [...]

The socio-economic modelling of the ALARM scenarios with GINFORS – results and analysis for selected European countries

Aim: This paper identifies socio-economic driving forces of biodiversity change and analyses their political and economic dynamics by modelling socio-economic parts of three scenario storylines developed for the ALARM (assessing large-scale risks for biodiversity with tested methods) project. In the BAMBU (business-as-might-be-usual) scenario policy decisions already made in the European Union (EU) are implemented and [...]

New tool launched to help EU policies go beyond resource efficiency

The One Planet Economy Network EU project (OPEN:EU [...]) has just launched a unique new tool for mapping ecological carbon and water footprint data across all the 27 EU member states.
Over the past 2 years the project, in which SERI was one of 8 partners, has carried out evidence gathering, software tool design

The use of differential VAT rates to promote changes in consumption and innovation – Final report

Oosterhuis, F., Dodoková, A., Gerdes, H., Greño, P., Jantzen, J, Mudgal, S., Neubauer, A., Rayment, M., Stocker, A., Tinetti, B., van der Woerd,Varma, A. , (2008).
Summary
This study deals with the likely impacts of differential VAT rates for specific products with recognised environmental benefits. Applying a reduced VAT rate to environmentally preferable products while [...]

New Publication in Energy Policy from SERI researcher Andrea Stocker and colleagues:

[...]A new article from SERI researcher Andrea Stocker was published in Energy Policy.
Stocker, A., Großmann, A., Madlener, R. & Wolter, M. I. (2011). Sustainable energy development in Austria until 2020: Insights from applying the integrated model “e3.at”, Energy Policy 39 (2011) pp. 6082-6099.
Abstract:
This paper reports on the Austrian research project ‘‘Renewable energy

A Scoping Study on the Macroeconomic View of Sustainability

Pollitt, H., Barker, A. Barton, J., Pirgmaier, E., Polzin, C. Lutter, S., Hinterberger, F. und Stocker, A. (2010)
The purpose of this study is to provide an overview of how a macroeconomic perspective can shed light on the possibility of achieving sustainable development. The study will provide some insights on what changes might be needed [...]

(Deutsch) Szenarien eines nachhaltigeren Energiekonsums. Ausbau erneuerbarer Energien, Erhöhung der Energieeffizienz und Verhaltensänderungen im Energieverbrauch bis 2020

Sorry, this entry is only available in Deutsch [...].

(Deutsch) Volkswirtschaftliche Auswirkungen eines nachhaltigen Energiekonsums. Publizierbarer Endbericht des Projektes e-co

Sorry, this entry is only available in Deutsch [...].

From micro to macro: eco-efficiency from the economic point of view

Hammer, M., Hinterberger, F., Omann, I. and Stocker, A. (2005)
In: Sergienko, O and Holger Rohn (Eds.). Basics of the eco-efficiency theory, pp.
121-149. (In Russian).
The article gives an overview of eco-efficiency issues on various economic levels. It starts on the micro level, introducing eco-efficiency concepts for products and companies. Here it also presents [...]

Climate change as a threat to biodiversity: An application of the DPSIR approach

Omann, I.;Stocker, A. and Jäger, J. (2009)
In: Ecological Economics Journal
Abstract:
Climate change and its consequences present one of the most important threats to biodiversity and the functions of ecosystems. The stress on biodiversity is far beyond the levels imposed by the global climatic changes occurring in the recent evolutionary past. It includes temperature [...]

 

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