Christian Azar spends much of his time researching Natural resource economics, Greenhouse gas, Climate change, Biomass and Kyoto Protocol. His research in Natural resource economics focuses on subjects like Economy, which are connected to Economic model and Efficient energy use. His Greenhouse gas research focuses on Environmental protection and how it connects with United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and Global change.
His study in Climate change is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Meteorology and Atmospheric chemistry. His work deals with themes such as Bio-energy with carbon capture and storage, Carbon sequestration, Primary energy, Diesel fuel and Energy intensity, which intersect with Biomass. The various areas that Christian Azar examines in his Kyoto Protocol study include Atmosphere and Economic cost.
His primary scientific interests are in Natural resource economics, Greenhouse gas, Climate change, Bioenergy and Biomass. His Natural resource economics research includes themes of Production, Global warming, Economy, Energy policy and Biofuel. His Greenhouse gas study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Meteorology and Environmental protection.
His study in Climate change is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cost–benefit analysis and Environmental resource management. His studies in Bioenergy integrate themes in fields like Agroforestry, Fossil fuel, Carbon sink and Land use. Christian Azar has included themes like Bio-energy with carbon capture and storage, Carbon sequestration and Waste management, Diesel fuel in his Biomass study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Global temperature, Greenhouse gas, Time horizon, Climate change and Natural resource economics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Carbon capture and storage and Bioenergy. His research integrates issues of Radiative forcing, Ceiling and Overshoot in his study of Greenhouse gas.
His work investigates the relationship between Climate change and topics such as Solar energy that intersect with problems in Economic growth. The concepts of his Natural resource economics study are interwoven with issues in Global warming and Climate science. Agricultural science and Agriculture is closely connected to Climate change mitigation in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Climate science.
Christian Azar mainly focuses on Global temperature, Climate policy, Global-warming potential, Time horizon and Economic growth. His studies deal with areas such as Carbon capture and storage, Bioenergy and Overshoot as well as Global temperature. His Climate policy study incorporates themes from Global warming and Climate change mitigation.
His study on Global-warming potential is covered under Greenhouse gas. Climatology, Climate impact, Weighting, Cirrus and Meteorology are fields of study that intersect with his Time horizon study. His Economic growth research includes elements of Carbon leakage, Production and Economic policy.
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Socio-ecological Indicators for Sustainability.
Christian Azar;John Holmberg;Kristian Lindgren.
Ecological Economics (1996)
How much land is needed for global food production under scenarios of dietary changes and livestock productivity increases in 2030
Stefan Wirsenius;Christian Azar;Göran Berndes.
Agricultural Systems (2010)
Carbon capture and storage from fossil fuels and biomass - Costs and potential role in stabilizing the atmosphere
Christian Azar;Kristian Lindgren;Eric Larson;Kenneth Möllersten.
Climatic Change (2006)
Discounting and Distributional Considerations in the Context of Global Warming.
Christian Azar;Thomas Sterner.
Ecological Economics (1996)
Global energy scenarios meeting stringent CO2 constraints - cost effective fuel choices in the transportation sector
Christian Azar;Kristian Lindgren;Björn A Andersson.
Energy Policy (2003)
Near-term technology policies for long-term climate targets—economy wide versus technology specific approaches
Björn A. Sandén;Christian Azar.
Energy Policy (2005)
The feasibility of low CO2 concentration targets and the role of bio-energy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS)
Christian Azar;Kristian Lindgren;Michael Obersteiner;Keywan Riahi.
Managing climate risk.
M. Obersteiner;C. Azar;P. Kauppi;K. Mollersten.
A scenario based analysis of land competition between food and bioenergy production in the US
Daniel J. A. Johansson;Christian Azar.
Climatic Change (2007)
Targets for stabilization of atmospheric CO2
Christian Azar;Henning Rodhe.
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