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Martin Bruckner
Martin Bruckner
Institute for Ecological Economics, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU)
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EXIOBASE 3: Developing a time series of detailed environmentally extended multi‐regional input‐output tables
K Stadler, R Wood, T Bulavskaya, CJ Södersten, M Simas, S Schmidt, ...
Journal of Industrial Ecology 22 (3), 502-515, 2018
7612018
Increasing impacts of land use on biodiversity and carbon sequestration driven by population and economic growth
A Marques, IS Martins, T Kastner, C Plutzar, MC Theurl, N Eisenmenger, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (4), 628-637, 2019
3542019
Materials embodied in international trade–Global material extraction and consumption between 1995 and 2005
M Bruckner, S Giljum, C Lutz, KS Wiebe
Global Environmental Change 22 (3), 568-576, 2012
3282012
Environmental footprint family to address local to planetary sustainability and deliver on the SDGs
D Vanham, A Leip, A Galli, T Kastner, M Bruckner, A Uwizeye, K Van Dijk, ...
Science of the Total Environment 693, 133642, 2019
3132019
Measuring telecouplings in the global land system: A review and comparative evaluation of land footprint accounting methods
M Bruckner, G Fischer, S Tramberend, S Giljum
Ecological Economics 114, 11-21, 2015
2272015
A comprehensive set of resource use indicators from the micro to the macro level
S Giljum, E Burger, F Hinterberger, S Lutter, M Bruckner
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 55 (3), 300-308, 2011
2112011
Calculating energy-related CO2 emissions embodied in international trade using a global input–output model
KS Wiebe, M Bruckner, S Giljum, C Lutz
Economic Systems Research 24 (2), 113-139, 2012
1982012
Material footprint assessment in a global input‐output framework
S Giljum, M Bruckner, A Martinez
Journal of Industrial Ecology 19 (5), 792-804, 2015
1762015
Carbon and materials embodied in the international trade of emerging economies: a multiregional input‐output assessment of trends between 1995 and 2005
KS Wiebe, M Bruckner, S Giljum, C Lutz, C Polzin
Journal of Industrial Ecology 16 (4), 636-646, 2012
1402012
Effect of aggregation and disaggregation on embodied material use of products in input–output analysis
A de Koning, M Bruckner, S Lutter, R Wood, K Stadler, A Tukker
Ecological Economics 116, 289-299, 2015
1382015
FABIO—the construction of the food and agriculture biomass input–output model
M Bruckner, R Wood, D Moran, N Kuschnig, H Wieland, V Maus, ...
Environmental science & technology 53 (19), 11302-11312, 2019
1192019
Dietary change in high-income nations alone can lead to substantial double climate dividend
Z Sun, L Scherer, A Tukker, SA Spawn-Lee, M Bruckner, HK Gibbs, ...
Nature Food 3 (1), 29-37, 2022
1072022
Towards robust, authoritative assessments of environmental impacts embodied in trade: Current state and recommendations
A Tukker, A de Koning, A Owen, S Lutter, M Bruckner, S Giljum, K Stadler, ...
Journal of Industrial Ecology 22 (3), 585-598, 2018
1012018
A review and comparative assessment of existing approaches to calculate material footprints
S Lutter, S Giljum, M Bruckner
Ecological Economics 127, 1-10, 2016
992016
Identifying priority areas for European resource policies: a MRIO-based material footprint assessment
S Giljum, H Wieland, S Lutter, M Bruckner, R Wood, A Tukker, K Stadler
Journal of Economic Structures 5 (1), 1-24, 2016
902016
Quantifying the global cropland footprint of the European Union’s non-food bioeconomy
M Bruckner, T Häyhä, S Giljum, V Maus, G Fischer, S Tramberend, ...
Environmental Research Letters 14 (4), 045011, 2019
882019
Overconsumption? Our use of the world's natural resources
S Giljum, F Hinterberger, M Bruckner, E Burger, J Frühmann, S Lutter, ...
712009
Consumption-based material flow indicators—Comparing six ways of calculating the Austrian raw material consumption providing six results
N Eisenmenger, D Wiedenhofer, A Schaffartzik, S Giljum, M Bruckner, ...
Ecological Economics 128, 177-186, 2016
702016
The raw material basis of global value chains: allocating environmental responsibility based on value generation
P Pinero, M Bruckner, H Wieland, E Pongrácz, S Giljum
Economic Systems Research 31 (2), 206-227, 2019
662019
Europe's global land demand
B Lugschitz, M Bruckner, S Giljum
A study on the actual land embodied in European imports and exports of …, 2011
642011
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