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Cities and greenhouse gas emissions: moving forward Journal Article Hoornweg et al. 2011

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Decoupling density from tallness in analysing the life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of cities
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Pomponi et al. 2021 Case StudyGreenhouse Gas (GHG) Accounting
Methods for Downscaling National Material Consumption Data to the Regional and Municipal Levels
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Lavers Westin et al. 2020 Methods
Combining material flow analysis with life cycle assessment to identify environmental hotspots of urban consumption
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Westin et al. 2019 Case StudyHybrid MFA-LCAUrbanZotero2
Benchmarking urban eco-efficiency and urbanites' perception
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Gudipudia et al. 2018 Urban
Urban Atlas - Building Height 2012
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2018 Construction Materials
Reprint of: Urban metabolism profiles. An empirical analysis of the material flow characteristics of three metropolitan areas in Sweden
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Rosado et al. 2017 Carbon dioxide (CO2)Case StudyConstruction MaterialsIndicators - generalTime seriesUrbanUrban Metabolism Analyst Model (UMan)
Monitoring Urban Copper Flows in Stockholm, Sweden: Implications of Changes Over Time
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Amneklev et al. 2016 Case StudyCopperSubstance Flow Analysis (SFA)Time seriesUM review paper importUrban
Resource consumption drivers and pathways to reduction: economy, policy and lifestyle impact on material flows at the national and urban scale
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Kalmykova et al. 2016 Case StudyNationalPolicyUrban
Stockholm City Hall, Stockholm, Sweden.
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Jonatan Svensson Glad 2016
Urban metabolism profiles. An empirical analysis of the material flow characteristics of three metropolitan areas in Sweden
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Rosado et al. 2016 Case StudyConstruction MaterialsDirect Material Consumption (DMC)Domestic extraction (DE)Fossil FuelsGreenhouse Gases (GHGs)Imports and ExportsMetalsMineralsResearch and AnalysisTime seriesUM review paper importUrbanUrban Metabolism Analyst Model (UMan)
Implementing Smart Urban Metabolism in the Stockholm Royal Seaport: Smart City SRS
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Shahrokni et al. 2015 Case StudyUrban
Uncertainty in Material Flow Analysis Indicators at Different Spatial Levels
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Patrício et al. 2015 Case StudyIndicators - generalMethodMulti-scaleNationalSingle point in timeSub-nationalTime seriesUM review paper importUncertaintyUrbanUrban Metabolism Analyst Model (UMan)Zotero import
Urban Economies Resource Productivity and Decoupling: Metabolism Trends of 1996--2011 in Sweden, Stockholm, and Gothenburg
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Kalmykova et al. 2015 Case StudyDecouplingEconomy-Wide Material Flow Analysis (EW-MFA)NationalTime seriesUrban
Action Research in Waste Management: Application to Construction and Demolition Waste in the Stockholm Region
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Aid and Brandt 2010 UrbanWaste (sector)
What can we learn from local substance flow analyses? The review of cadmium flows in Swedish municipalities
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Lindqvist and von Malmborg 2004 CadmiumCase StudySingle point in timeSubstance Flow Analysis (SFA)UM review paper importUrban
Stockhome: A Spreadsheet Model of Urban Heavy Metal Metabolism
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Hedbrant and J. 2001 CadmiumCase StudyChromiumCopperLeadMaterial Flow Analysis (MFA)MercuryNickelTime seriesUM review paper importUrbanZincZotero import
Urban Metal Flows - A Case Study of Stockholm. Review and Conclusions
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Bergbäck et al. 2001 Case StudyMetalsSingle point in timeSubstance Flow Analysis (SFA)Urban
Material Flow Accounting and Information for Environmental Policies in the City of Stockholm
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Burström et al. 1997 Case StudyEconomy-Wide Material Flow Analysis (EW-MFA)MethodUrban
Lead and zinc flows from technosphere to biosphere in a city region
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Palm and Östlund 1996 Case StudyLeadMaterial Flow Analysis (MFA)UM review paper importUrbanZinc

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