Mathis Wackernagel
Mathis Wackernagel
Global Footprint Network
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Our ecological footprint: reducing human impact on the earth
M Wackernagel, W Rees
New society publishers, 1998
National natural capital accounting with the ecological footprint concept
M Wackernagel, L Onisto, P Bello, AC Linares, ISL Falfán, JM Garcı́a, ...
Ecological economics 29 (3), 375-390, 1999
Tracking the ecological overshoot of the human economy
M Wackernagel, NB Schulz, D Deumling, AC Linares, M Jenkins, V Kapos, ...
Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences 99 (14), 9266-9271, 2002
Urban ecological footprints: why cities cannot be sustainable—and why they are a key to sustainability
W Rees, M Wackernagel
Urban ecology, 537-555, 2008
Perceptual and structural barriers to investing in natural capital: Economics from an ecological footprint perspective
M Wackernagel, WE Rees
Ecological economics 20 (1), 3-24, 1997
Strategic sustainable development—selection, design and synergies of applied tools
KH Robèrt, B Schmidt-Bleek, JA De Larderel, G Basile, JL Jansen, ...
Journal of Cleaner production 10 (3), 197-214, 2002
Sharing nature's interest: ecological footprints as an indicator of sustainability
N Chambers, C Simmons, M Wackernagel
Routledge, 2014
Ecological footprints of nations
M Wackernagel, L Onisto, P Bello
Universidad Anahuac de Xalapa, Centro de Estudios para la Sustentabilidad, 1997
Ecological footprints and appropriated carrying capacity: Measuring the natural capital requirements of the human economy.
WE Ress, M Wackernagel
Focus 6 (1), 45-60, 1996
Establishing national natural capital accounts based on detailed ecological footprint and biological capacity assessments
C Monfreda, M Wackernagel, D Deumling
Land use policy 21 (3), 231-246, 2004
Our ecological footprint: reducing human impact on the Earth
W Rees, M Wackernagel, P Testemale
New Society Publishers, 1996
Accounting for demand and supply of the biosphere's regenerative capacity: The National Footprint Accounts’ underlying methodology and framework
M Borucke, D Moore, G Cranston, K Gracey, K Iha, J Larson, E Lazarus, ...
Ecological indicators 24, 518-533, 2013
Allocating ecological footprints to final consumption categories with input–output analysis
T Wiedmann, J Minx, J Barrett, M Wackernagel
Ecological economics 56 (1), 28-48, 2006
Measuring sustainable development—Nation by nation
DD Moran, M Wackernagel, JA Kitzes, SH Goldfinger, A Boutaud
Ecological economics 64 (3), 470-474, 2008
Evaluating the use of natural capital with the ecological footprint: applications in Sweden and subregions
M Wackernagel, L Lewan, CB Hansson
Ambio, 604-612, 1999
Calculating national and global ecological footprint time series: resolving conceptual challenges
M Wackernagel, C Monfreda, NB Schulz, KH Erb, H Haberl, F Krausmann
Land use policy 21 (3), 271-278, 2004
Ecological footprint time series of Austria, the Philippines, and South Korea for 1961–1999: comparing the conventional approach to an ‘actual land area’approach
M Wackernagel, C Monfreda, KH Erb, H Haberl, NB Schulz
Land use policy 21 (3), 261-269, 2004
Calculation methodology for the national footprint accounts
B Ewing, A Reed, A Galli, J Kitzes, M Wackernagel
Global Footprint Network, Oakland, 2010
National footprint and biocapacity accounts 2005: the underlying calculation method
M Wackernagel, C Monfreda, D Moran, P Wermer, S Goldfinger, ...
Global Footprint Network, 2005
Ecological footprint and appropriated carrying capacity: a tool for planning toward sustainability
M Wackernagel
University of British Columbia, 1994
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