March 3, 2017

Research

New Publications in Sustainable Consumption Research

The below list features the most recent publications in “sustainable consumption” research. For the entire archive, please click here.

[HTML] What Leads to Lunch—How Social Practices Impact (Non-) Sustainable Food Consumption/Eating Habits

C Pfeiffer, M Speck, C Strassner – Sustainability, 2017
With following keywords. sustainable food consumption. sustainable consumption. public catering.
consumption behavior. eating out. Keywords: sustainable food consumption; sustainable
consumption; public catering; consumption behavior; eating out. 1. Introduction.
Google+ Facebook Twitter

 

Medellin Declaration on Marine Litter in Life Cycle Assessment and Management

G Sonnemann, S Valdivia – The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 2017
Minimising these impacts is crucial and we believe that in addition to efforts that promote a circular
economy approach and are aimed towards more sustainable consumption patterns and lifestyle
choices to decrease the dissipation of plastics, life cycle management has the
Google+ Facebook Twitter

 

The Developmental Origins of Health and Disease and Sustainable Development Goals: mapping the way forward

N Kajee, E Sobngwi, A Macnab, AS Daar – … of Developmental Origins of Health and …, 2017
promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation Goal 10: Reduce
inequality within and among countriesa Goal 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive,
safe, resilient and sustainablea Goal 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production
Google+ Facebook Twitter

 

[PDF] Carbon footprint calculators for citizens: Recommendations and implications in the Nordic Context

M Salo, MK Mattinen – 2017
CF Carbon footprint GHG Greenhouse gas HSC Household sustainable consumption NGO
Non-governmental organisation UNFCCC United Nations Framework Convention on Climate
Change SEI Stockholm Environment Institute SYKE Finnish Environment Institute WWF UK
Google+ Facebook Twitter

 

From “Open” to “Post-hegemonic” Regionalism

KM Siegel – Regional Environmental Cooperation in South America, 2017
enterprises. Two years after the end of the CyMA project, Mercosur made an agreement
with the EU for another project which would amongst other things continue cooperation
on the topic of sustainable consumption and production.
Google+ Facebook Twitter

 

[PDF] Trade and Climate Change—Can the G20 Step Up to the Challenge?

I Jegou – Sticking to the Job, 2017
Trade-related transport emissions are growing, and trade also induces growth, which in itself
can cause an increase in demand and hence emissions. At the same time, more wealthy
consumers may shift their preferences for a more sustainable consumption.
Google+ Facebook Twitter

 

Business Models Sustaining Subsistence Economies: Evidence from India

BS Saripalli, V Chawan – Society and Business Review, 2017
Page 1. 1 Business Models Sustaining Subsistence Economies: Evidence from India Abstract
Purpose – To analyse interventions of various forms of organisations operating with the objective
of connecting subsistence entrepreneurs (SEs) with the formal economy.
Google+ Facebook Twitter

 

[HTML] Characterization of Breakfast Cereals Available in the Mexican Market: Sodium and Sugar Content

C Nieto, S Rincon-Gallardo Patiño, L Tolentino-Mayo… – Nutrients, 2017
Preschool Mexican children consume 7% of their total energy intake from processed breakfast
cereals. This study characterized the nutritional quality and labelling (claims and Guideline Daily
Amount (GDA)) of the packaged breakfast cereals available in the Mexican market. Photographs
Google+ Facebook Twitter

 

[PDF] Environmental clauses in public procurement: Developments introduced by the 2014 Directives

JM Diaz – Public Policy Portuguese Journal, 2017
2. THE ROLE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION IN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT “Green Public
Procurement (GPP) is an important tool to achieve environmental policy goals relating to climate
change, resource use and sustainable consumption and production–especially
Google+ Facebook Twitter

 

[PDF] The Quality of Life in Romania Viewed from the Perspective of the Sustainable Development

CM Magdalena
Some of the most representative are: sustainable transport, public health, social
inclusion, climate change, socio- economic development, demographic changes,
natural resources, sustainable consumption and production.
Google+ Facebook Twitter