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The purpose of this present paper is to explore the application of the ISEW methodology to Sweden over the period between 1950 and 1992.
This study is an output of SEI's PoleStar Project. The project aims to develop and apply appropriate methods, concepts and data for sustainability planning.
This journal article examines the assumption of reproducibility of forests, a renewable resource, which has important implications for a market economy.
Urban poverty is closely interrelated with environmental problems like poor access to safe water and unsanitary conditions.
This article examines the energy sector’s greenhouse gas emissions, comparing two approaches to estimating their extent at a national level.
This study examines dust deposition in villages close to a number of coal-fired power stations in North Yorkshire.
This report analyses energy use in by sector in some of the world’s most energy-consuming countries to better understand the past and future of energy use.
This article argues that the impact on CO2 emissions of a global nuclear energy programme aimed at tackling climate change would be marginal at most.