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Is European end-of-life vehicle legislation living up to expectations? Assessing the impact of the ELV Directive on ‘green’innovation and vehicle recovery
J Gerrard, M Kandlikar
Journal of Cleaner Production 15 (1), 17-27, 2007
3602007
Green drivers or free riders? An analysis of tax rebates for hybrid vehicles
A Chandra, S Gulati, M Kandlikar
Journal of Environmental Economics and management 60 (2), 78-93, 2010
3362010
Health and climate benefits of cookstove replacement options
AP Grieshop, JD Marshall, M Kandlikar
Energy Policy 39 (12), 7530-7542, 2011
3132011
Scale, context, and decision making in agricultural adaptation to climate variability and change
J Risbey, M Kandlikar, H Dowlatabadi, D Graetz
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 4 (2), 137-165, 1999
3091999
Anticipating the perceived risk of nanotechnologies
T Satterfield, M Kandlikar, CEH Beaudrie, J Conti, B Herr Harthorn
Nature nanotechnology 4 (11), 752-758, 2009
2752009
The impact of toxicity testing costs on nanomaterial regulation
JY Choi, G Ramachandran, M Kandlikar
Environmental science & technology 43 (9), 3030-3034, 2009
1802009
Assessing integrated assessments
J Risbey, M Kandlikar, A Patwardhan
Climatic Change 34 (3), 369-395, 1996
1791996
Taxi apps, regulation, and the market for taxi journeys
S Harding, M Kandlikar, S Gulati
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 88, 15-25, 2016
1752016
Representing and communicating deep uncertainty in climate-change assessments
M Kandlikar, J Risbey, S Dessai
Comptes Rendus Geoscience 337 (4), 443-455, 2005
1752005
The causes and consequences of particular air pollution in urban India: A synthesis of the science
M Kandlikar, G Ramachandran
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 25, 629, 2000
1702000
Health risk assessment for nanoparticles: A case for using expert judgment
M Kandlikar, G Ramachandran, A Maynard, B Murdock, WA Toscano
Nanotechnology and occupational health, 137-156, 2007
1632007
Why conventional tools for policy analysis are often inadequate for problems of global change
MG Morgan, M Kandlikar, J Risbey, H Dowlatabadi
Climatic Change 41 (3), 271-281, 1999
1441999
Spatiotemporal land use regression models of fine, ultrafine, and black carbon particulate matter in New Delhi, India
A Saraswat, JS Apte, M Kandlikar, M Brauer, SB Henderson, JD Marshall
Environmental science & technology 47 (22), 12903-12911, 2013
1412013
Climate change research and analysis in India: an integrated assessment of a South–North divide
M Kandlikar, A Sagar
Global Environmental Change 9 (2), 119-138, 1999
1401999
Inverse methods for analysing aerosol spectrometer measurements: a critical review
M Kandlikar, G Ramachandran
Journal of Aerosol Science 30 (4), 413-437, 1999
1171999
Expressions of likelihood and confidence in the IPCC uncertainty assessment process
JS Risbey, M Kandlikar
Climatic change 85 (1), 19-31, 2007
1122007
A black-carbon mitigation wedge
AP Grieshop, CCO Reynolds, M Kandlikar, H Dowlatabadi
Nature Geoscience 2 (8), 533-534, 2009
1112009
Comparing embodied greenhouse gas emissions of modern computing and electronics products
P Teehan, M Kandlikar
Environmental science & technology 47 (9), 3997-4003, 2013
1012013
Indices for comparing greenhouse gas emissions: integrating science and economics
M Kandlikar
Energy Economics 18 (4), 265-281, 1996
991996
Measuring and tracking the flow of climate change adaptation aid to the developing world
SD Donner, M Kandlikar, S Webber
Environmental Research Letters 11 (5), 054006, 2016
942016
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