Professor Julia K. Steinberger
Professor Julia K. Steinberger
Institute of Geography and Sustainability, Faculty of Geosciences & Environment, University of
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A good life for all within planetary boundaries
DW O’Neill, AL Fanning, WF Lamb, JK Steinberger
Nature sustainability 1 (2), 88-95, 2018
The food waste hierarchy as a framework for the management of food surplus and food waste
E Papargyropoulou, R Lozano, JK Steinberger, N Wright, Z bin Ujang
Journal of Cleaner Production 76, 106-115, 2014
Scientists’ warning on affluence
T Wiedmann, M Lenzen, LT Keyßer, JK Steinberger
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-10, 2020
Greenhouse gas emissions from global cities
C Kennedy, J Steinberger, B Gasson, Y Hansen, T Hillman, M Havranek, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 43 (19), 7297-7302, 2009
Towards demand-side solutions for mitigating climate change
F Creutzig, J Roy, WF Lamb, IML Azevedo, WB De Bruin, H Dalkmann, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (4), 260-263, 2018
Methodology for inventorying greenhouse gas emissions from global cities
C Kennedy, J Steinberger, B Gasson, Y Hansen, T Hillman, M Havránek, ...
Energy Policy 38 (9), 4828-4837, 2010
The political economy of car dependence: A systems of provision approach
G Mattioli, C Roberts, J Steinberger, A Brown
Energy Research and Social Science, 2020
Considering the normative, systemic and procedural dimensions in indicator-based sustainability assessments in agriculture
CR Binder, G Feola, JK Steinberger
Environmental impact assessment review 30 (2), 71-81, 2010
Discourses of climate delay
WF Lamb, G Mattioli, S Levi, JT Roberts, S Capstick, F Creutzig, JC Minx, ...
Global Sustainability 3, 2020
Large inequality in international and intranational energy footprints between income groups and across consumption categories
Y Oswald, A Owen, JK Steinberger
Nature Energy 5 (3), 231-239, 2020
Global patterns of materials use: A socioeconomic and geophysical analysis
JK Steinberger, F Krausmann, N Eisenmenger
Ecological Economics 69 (5), 1148-1158, 2010
From constraint to sufficiency: The decoupling of energy and carbon from human needs, 1975–2005
JK Steinberger, JT Roberts
Ecological Economics 70 (2), 425-433, 2010
Providing decent living with minimum energy: A global scenario
J Millward-Hopkins, JK Steinberger, ND Rao, Y Oswald
Global Environmental Change 65, 102168, 2020
Conceptual framework for the study of food waste generation and prevention in the hospitality sector
E Papargyropoulou, N Wright, R Lozano, J Steinberger, R Padfield, ...
Waste Management, 2016
Reducing energy and material flows in cities
H Weisz, JK Steinberger
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2 (3), 185-192, 2010
Demand-side solutions to climate change mitigation consistent with high levels of well-being
F Creutzig, L Niamir, X Bai, M Callaghan, J Cullen, J Díaz-José, ...
Nature Climate Change 12 (1), 36-46, 2022
Global bioenergy potentials from agricultural land in 2050: Sensitivity to climate change, diets and yields
H Haberl, KH Erb, F Krausmann, A Bondeau, C Lauk, C Müller, C Plutzar, ...
Biomass and Bioenergy 35 (12), 4753-4769, 2011
Pathways of human development and carbon emissions embodied in trade
JK Steinberger, JT Roberts, GP Peters, G Baiocchi
Nature Climate Change 2 (2), 81-85, 2012
A Framework for Decoupling Human Need Satisfaction From Energy Use
LI Brand-Correa, JK Steinberger
Ecological Economics 141, 43-52, 2017
Energy requirements of consumption: Urban form, climatic and socio-economic factors, rebounds and their policy implications
D Wiedenhofer, M Lenzen, JK Steinberger
Energy Policy 63, 696-707, 2013
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