• Carbon mitigation in domains of high consumer lock-in 

      Ivanova, Diana; Vita, Gibran; Wood, Richard; Lausselet, Carine; Dumitru, Adina; Krause, Karen; Macsinga, Irina; Hertwich, Edgar G. (Journal article, 2018)
      As climate policy needs to address all feasible ways to reduce carbon emissions, there is an increasing focus on demand-side solutions. Studies of household carbon footprints have allocated emissions during production to ...
    • Environmental impacts of household consumption: from demand patterns to mitigation strategies 

      Ivanova, Diana (Doctoral theses at NTNU;2018:238, Doctoral thesis, 2018)
    • Mapping the carbon footprint of EU regions 

      Ivanova, Diana; Vita, Gibran; Steen-Olsen, Kjartan; Stadler, Konstantin; Melo, Patricia C; Wood, Richard; Hertwich, Edgar G. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      While the EU Commission has encouraged Member States to combine national and international climate change mitigation measures with subnational environmental policies, there has been little harmonized effort towards the ...
    • Prioritizing Consumption-Based Carbon Policy Based on the Evaluation of Mitigation Potential Using Input-Output Methods 

      Wood, Richard; Moran, Daniel; Stadler, Konstantin; Ivanova, Diana; Steen-Olsen, Kjartan; Tisserant, Alexandre; Hertwich, Edgar G. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Carbon footprints aim to engage consumers in contributing to climate‐change mitigation. Consumption‐oriented policy measures attempt to cause voluntary or incentivized interventions that reduce environmental impact through ...
    • Trade and the role of non-food commodities for global eutrophication 

      Hamilton, Helen Ann; Ivanova, Diana; Stadler, Konstantin; Merciai, Stefano; Schmidt, Jannick; Van Zelm, Rosalie; Moran, Daniel; Wood, Richard (Journal article, 2018)
      The oversupply of nutrients (phosphorous and nitrogen) in fresh and marine water bodies presents a serious ecosystem threat due to impacts on water quality through eutrophication. With agriculture characterized as a primary ...