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Richard Wood

Richard Wood is a professor at the Industrial Ecology Program at NTNU. Richard specializes in global environmental systems analysis, contributing to the development of input-output (IO) and associated life-cycle techniques. Richard’s application area has been on modelling global systems of consumption and production with a focus on environmental and socio-economic outcomes. He has contributed to the development of large multi-regional input-output models of the global environment and economy for use in calculating environmental impacts embodied in trade and their application in environmental footprint work.

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Carbon Decoupling?

Article | Jul 26, 2016

A comment on Goher-Ur-Rehman Mir and Servaas Storm’s Carbon Emissions and Economic Growth: Production Based vs Consumption-Based Evidence on Decoupling