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Pirmana, V. (author), Alisjahbana, A.S. (author), Yusuf, A.A. (author), Hoekstra, R. (author), Tukker, A. (author)
he overall purpose of this study is to assess priorities for new environmental accounts in Indonesia. Weuse environmental costs related to air pollution and resource extraction in Indonesia as a measure forpriority. This study uses the damage costs approach to estimate the environmental degradation costsvalue and the Net Present Value (NPV)...
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Pablo Sigüenza, C.P. (author), Cucurachi, S. (author), Tukker, A. (author)
Among European countries, The Netherlands is boosting the transformation to a circular economy creat- ing and deploying circular business models across different sectors, including the home appliances sector. Although in recent years shared access-based business models have attracted the attention of the scien- tific community from a...
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Jin, Y. (author), Behrens, P. (author), Tukker, A. (author), Scherer, L. (author)
Modern energy systems use large amounts of water for electric power production. This has important impacts on future water management and energy system planning decisions. In this study, we quantify the physical water use of power production and virtual water transfer via power transmission between Chinese provinces using the information on 5408...
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Aguilar-Hernandez, G.A. (author), dias Rodrigues, J.F. (author), Tukker, A. (author)
The potential impacts on gross domestic product, employment, and carbon emissions of implementing a circular economy have been modelled at the national and multiregional levels using multiple scenarios. However, there is still no consensus on the magnitude of the impacts of a transition to a circular economy and on whether it will generate a ...
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Donati, F. (author), Aguilar-Hernandez, G.A. (author), Sigüenza-Sánchez, C.P. (author), de Koning, A. (author), Rodrigues, J.F.D. (author), Tukker, A. (author)
A circular economy is an industrial system that is restorative or regenerative by intention or design. During the last decade, the circular economy became an attractive paradigm to increase global welfare while minimizing the environmental impacts of economic activities. Although several studies concerning the potential benefits and drawbacks of...
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Zhang, C. (author), Hu, M. (author), Yang, X. (author), Miranda-Xicotencatl, B. (author), Sprecher, B. (author), di Maio, F. (author), Zhong, X. (author), Tukker, A. (author)
Urban mining from construction and demolition waste (CDW) is highly relevant for the circular economy ambitions of the European Union (EU). Given the large volumes involved, end-of-life (EoL) concrete is identified as one of the priority streams for CDW recycling in most EU countries, but it is currently largely downcycled or even landfilled....
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Qian, Y. (author), Scherer, L. (author), Tukker, A. (author), Behrens, P. (author)
Coal is the dominant emitter of Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) in some countries, comprising 92% of total emissions in China. Mitigation of these emissions can be driven by a number of factors, such as energy-efficiency improvements, installation of scrubbers, and use of renewable energy. This study evaluates the historical reduction of overall SO2...
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Jiang, M. (author), Liu, L. (author), Behrens, P. (author), Wang, T. (author), Tang, Z. (author), Chen, D. (author), Yu, Y. (author), Ren, Z. (author), Zhu, S. (author), Tukker, A. (author), Zhu, B. (author)
Environmentally extended input-output analysis (EE-IO) is widely used for evaluating environmental performance (i.e., footprint) at a national level. Many studies have extended their analyses to the subnational level to guide regional policies. One promising method is to embed nationally disaggregated input-output tables, e.g., nesting a...
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Dong, D. (author), Espinoza, L.A.T. (author), Loibl, A. (author), Pfaff, M. (author), Tukker, A. (author), van der Voet, E. (author)
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Tukker, A. (author), Wood, R. (author), Schmidt, S. (author)
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Dong, D. (author), van Oers, L. (author), Tukker, A. (author), van der Voet, E. (author)
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Mendoza Beltran, A. (author), Cox, B. (author), Mutel, C. (author), van Vuuren, D.P. (author), Font Vivancon, D. (author), Deetman, S. (author), Edelenbosch, O.Y. (author), Guinee, J. (author), Tukker, A. (author)
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Tukker, A. (author), Pollitt, H. (author), Henkemans, M. (author)
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Sun, Z. (author), Scherer, L. (author), Tukker, A. (author), Behrens, P. (author)
International trade plays a critical role in global food security, with global consumption having highly localized environmental impacts. It has been difficult to gain insights into these effects due to the diversity of food production, and complexity of supply chains in international trade. We present a Spatially-explicit Multi-Regional Input...
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Rietveld, E. (author), Stegeman, H. (author), Tukker, A. (author), Keijser, E.E. (author), Hauck, M. (author), Poliakov, E.V. (author), Bastein, A.G.T.M. (author)
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Scherer, L. (author), de Koning, A. (author), Tukker, A. (author)
The BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) and MINT countries (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, Turkey) shifted the economic weight from developed to emerging countries. They will continue to grow rapidly by population and gross domestic product (GDP), which could also imply environmental changes. We use the environmentally extended multi-regional input...
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de Boer, B.F. (author), Rodrigues, J.F.D. (author), Tukker, A. (author)
The European Union (EU) is responsible for a disproportionately large share of global environmental footprints, in particular those embodied in trade through its imports. Import embodied footprints (IEFs) vary significantly depending on the country of origin, and therefore can be reduced through source shifting. We explore the impacts of...
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Jiang, M. (author), Behrens, P. (author), Wang, T. (author), Tang, Z. (author), Yu, Y. (author), Chen, D. (author), Liu, L. (author), Ren, Z. (author), Zhou, W. (author), Zhu, S. (author), He, C. (author), Tukker, A. (author), Zhu, B. (author)
High-income countries often outsource material demands to poorer countries along with the associated environmental damage. This phenomenon can also occur within (large) countries, such as China, which was responsible for 24 to 30% of the global material footprint (MF) between 2007 and 2010. Understanding the distribution and development of China...
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Wang, J. (author), Hu, M. (author), Tukker, A. (author), Rodrigues, J.F.D. (author)
In order to respond to climate change, China has committed to reduce national carbon intensity by 40-45% in 2020 and 60-65% in 2030, relative to 2005. Given that energy-intensive industries represent 80% of total CO 2 emissions in China and that China is a large and diverse country, this paper aims to investigate the potential contribution of...
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Pirmana, V. (author), Alisjahbana, A.S. (author), Hoekstra, R. (author), Tukker, A. (author)
The desire to include environmental information in national accounts has resulted in the construction of a system of environmental-economic accounting (SEEA). As the international statistical standard for environmental-economic accounting, the SEEA can provide valuable support for monitoring Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This study...
article 2019
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