Manfred Lenzen
Manfred Lenzen
Professor of Sustainability Research, ISA, School of Physics, The University of Sydney
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The material footprint of nations
TO Wiedmann, H Schandl, M Lenzen, D Moran, S Suh, J West, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 112 (20), 6271-6276, 2015
System boundary selection in life-cycle inventories using hybrid approaches
S Suh, M Lenzen, GJ Treloar, H Hondo, A Horvath, G Huppes, O Jolliet, ...
Environmental science & technology 38 (3), 657-664, 2004
Building Eora: a global multi-region input–output database at high country and sector resolution
M Lenzen, D Moran, K Kanemoto, A Geschke
Economic Systems Research 25 (1), 20-49, 2013
International trade drives biodiversity threats in developing nations
M Lenzen, D Moran, K Kanemoto, B Foran, L Lobefaro, A Geschke
Nature 486 (7401), 109-112, 2012
Errors in conventional and Input‐Output—based Life—Cycle inventories
M Lenzen
Journal of industrial ecology 4 (4), 127-148, 2000
Examining the global environmental impact of regional consumption activities—Part 2: Review of input–output models for the assessment of environmental impacts embodied in trade
T Wiedmann, M Lenzen, K Turner, J Barrett
Ecological economics 61 (1), 15-26, 2007
Mapping the structure of the world economy
M Lenzen, K Kanemoto, D Moran, A Geschke
Environmental science & technology 46 (15), 8374-8381, 2012
A modified ecological footprint method and its application to Australia
M Lenzen, SA Murray
Ecological economics 37 (2), 229-255, 2001
Shared producer and consumer responsibility—Theory and practice
M Lenzen, J Murray, F Sack, T Wiedmann
Ecological economics 61 (1), 27-42, 2007
Primary energy and greenhouse gases embodied in Australian final consumption: an input–output analysis
M Lenzen
Energy policy 26 (6), 495-506, 1998
CO2 multipliers in multi-region input-output models
M Lenzen, LL Pade, J Munksgaard
Economic Systems Research 16 (4), 391-412, 2004
A comparative multivariate analysis of household energy requirements in Australia, Brazil, Denmark, India and Japan
M Lenzen, M Wier, C Cohen, H Hayami, S Pachauri, R Schaeffer
Energy 31 (2-3), 181-207, 2006
Input–output analysis and carbon footprinting: an overview of applications
JC Minx, T Wiedmann, R Wood, GP Peters, M Lenzen, A Owen, K Scott, ...
Economic systems research 21 (3), 187-216, 2009
The carbon footprint of global tourism
M Lenzen, YY Sun, F Faturay, YP Ting, A Geschke, A Malik
Nature Climate Change 8 (6), 522-528, 2018
Life cycle energy and greenhouse gas emissions of nuclear energy: A review
M Lenzen
Energy conversion and management 49 (8), 2178-2199, 2008
Decoupling global environmental pressure and economic growth: scenarios for energy use, materials use and carbon emissions
H Schandl, S Hatfield-Dodds, T Wiedmann, A Geschke, Y Cai, J West, ...
Journal of cleaner production 132, 45-56, 2016
Quo Vadis MRIO? Methodological, data and institutional requirements for multi-region input–output analysis
T Wiedmann, HC Wilting, M Lenzen, S Lutter, V Palm
Ecological Economics 70 (11), 1937-1945, 2011
Examining the global environmental impact of regional consumption activities—Part 1: A technical note on combining input–output and ecological footprint analysis
K Turner, M Lenzen, T Wiedmann, J Barrett
Ecological Economics 62 (1), 37-44, 2007
Energy requirements of Sydney households
M Lenzen, C Dey, B Foran
Ecological Economics 49 (3), 375-399, 2004
Energy and CO2 life-cycle analyses of wind turbines—review and applications
M Lenzen, J Munksgaard
Renewable energy 26 (3), 339-362, 2002
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