• Agricultural and forestry trade drives large share of tropical deforestation emissions 

      Pendrill, Florence; Persson, U. Martin; godar, javier; Kastner, Thomas; Moran, Daniel; Schmidt, Sarah; Wood, Richard (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Deforestation, the second largest source of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, is largely driven by expanding forestry and agriculture. However, despite agricultural expansion being increasingly driven by foreign ...
    • Beyond the borders – burdens of Swedish food consumption due to agrochemicals, greenhouse gases and land-use change 

      Cederberg, Christel; Persson, U. Martin; Schmidt, Sarah; Hedenus, Fredrik; Wood, Richard (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Sweden's environmental policy aims to solve domestic environmental problems without increasing environmental and health impacts overseas. Realizing this aim requires an indicator system with a consumption-based (or ...
    • Environmental pressure from Swedish consumption - The largest contributing producer countries, products and services 

      Faure, Eleonore; Dawkins, Elena; Wood, Richard; Finnveden, Goran; Palm, Viveka; Persson, Linn; Schmidt, Sarah (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      In order to produce goods and services that are consumed in Sweden, natural resources are extracted and pollutants are emitted in many other countries. This paper presents an analysis of the goods and services consumed in ...
    • Environmental pressures from Swedish consumption – A hybrid multi-regional input-output approach 

      Palm, Viveka; Wood, Richard; Berglund, Mårten; Dawkins, Elena; Finnveden, Goran; Schmidt, Sarah; Steinbach, Nancy (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Sweden has a policy goal of solving major environmental problems in Sweden within a generation, without increasing environmental or health problems in other countries. Following up this goal requires indicators for domestic ...
    • EXIOBASE 3: Developing a time series of detailed environmentally extended multi‐regional input‐output tables 

      Stadler, Konstantin; Wood, Richard; Bulavskaya, Tatyana; Södersten, Carl-Johan; Silva Simas, Moana; Schmidt, Sarah; Usubiaga, Arkaitz; Acosta-Fernandez, Jose; Kuenen, Jeroen; Bruckner, Martin; Giljum, Stefan; Lutter, Stephan; Merciai, Stefano; Schmidt, Jannick H.; Theurl, Michaela; Plutzar, Christoph; Kastner, Thomas; Eisenmenger, Nina; Erb, Karl-Heinz; de Koning, Arjan; Tukker, Arnold (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Environmentally extended multiregional input‐output (EE MRIO) tables have emerged as a key framework to provide a comprehensive description of the global economy and analyze its effects on the environment. Of the available ...
    • Improving consumption based accounting for global capture fisheries 

      West, Christopher D; Hobbs, Emilie; Croft, Simon A; Green, Jonathan; Schmidt, Sarah; Wood, Richard (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Consumption-based accounting has been used to understand the resource and environmental pressures associated with the consumption of goods and services. Capture fisheries have significant economic, cultural, and environmental ...
    • Indicators for national consumption-based accounting of chemicals 

      Persson, Linn; Arvidsson, Rickard; Berglund, Mårten; Cederberg, Christel; Finnveden, G.; Palm, Viveka; Sörme, Louise; Schmidt, Sarah; Wood, Richard (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Increased chemical use is causing a growing number of environmental problems and chemical products are pervasive in societies within animal and crop-based agriculture, in industrial processes and in households. National ...
    • Understanding GHG emissions from Swedish consumption - Current challenges in reaching the generational goal 

      Schmidt, Sarah; Södersten, Carl-Johan; Wiebe, Kirsten Svenja; Silva Simas, Moana; Palm, Viveka; Wood, Richard (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The Swedish generational goal is a unique initiative governing all Swedish environmental policy, aiming at solving all major domestic environmental problems for the next generation without increasing environmental damage ...