His scientific interests lie mostly in Natural resource economics, Material flow accounting, Natural resource, Industrialisation and Economic growth. The study incorporates disciplines such as Resource efficiency, Resource productivity, Climate change and Greenhouse gas in addition to Natural resource economics. Heinz Schandl interconnects Raw material and International economics in the investigation of issues within Material flow accounting.
His study in Natural resource is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Industrial ecology and Developing country. His research integrates issues of Economic system, Human development and Sustainability in his study of Industrialisation. His Economic growth study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Consumption and Sustainable development.
Heinz Schandl mainly investigates Natural resource economics, Natural resource, Sustainability, Sustainable development and Consumption. His work deals with themes such as Industrial ecology, Resource efficiency, Resource productivity and Greenhouse gas, which intersect with Natural resource economics. His Natural resource study also includes fields such as
His Sustainability research incorporates elements of Industrialisation, Agrarian society, Economic system and Land use. His Sustainable development study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Public policy, Natural resource management, Human development and Environmental planning. Heinz Schandl interconnects Production, Environmental economics and Material flow analysis in the investigation of issues within Consumption.
Natural resource economics, Material flow, Natural resource, Sustainability and Sustainable development are his primary areas of study. His research investigates the link between Natural resource economics and topics such as Natural resource use that cross with problems in Resource efficiency. His work carried out in the field of Material flow brings together such families of science as Industrial ecology and Economy.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Material flow accounting, Municipal solid waste and Process. He combines subjects such as Production and Consumption with his study of Sustainable development. His studies deal with areas such as Planetary boundaries, Public infrastructure and Material efficiency as well as Consumption.
Heinz Schandl spends much of his time researching Natural resource economics, Material flow, Sustainable development, Natural resource and Per capita. His studies in Natural resource economics integrate themes in fields like Industrial ecology, Resource efficiency and Natural resource use. The study incorporates disciplines such as Consumption and Econometrics in addition to Material flow.
His Sustainable development research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Production and Sustainable consumption. His Natural resource research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fossil fuel, Sustainability, Scarcity and Resource depletion. His Per capita investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Building typology, Demolition waste, Efficient energy use, City centre and Agricultural economics.
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The material footprint of nations.
Thomas O. Wiedmann;Thomas O. Wiedmann;Thomas O. Wiedmann;Heinz Schandl;Manfred Lenzen;Daniel Moran.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2015)
The Weight of Nations
E. Matthews;C. Amann;M. Fischer-Kowalski;S. Bringezu.
The Weight of Nations : Material Outflows from Industrial Economies
Emily Matthews;Christof Amann;Stefan Bringezu;Marina Fischer-Kowalski.
Methodology and Indicators of Economy‐wide Material Flow Accounting
Marina Fischer-Kowalski;Fridolin Krausmann;Stefan Giljum;Stephan Lutter.
Journal of Industrial Ecology (2011)
Decoupling global environmental pressure and economic growth: scenarios for energy use, materials use and carbon emissions
Heinz Schandl;Heinz Schandl;Steve Hatfield-Dodds;Thomas Wiedmann;Thomas Wiedmann;Arne Geschke.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2016)
The Global Sociometabolic Transition Past and Present Metabolic Profiles and Their Future Trajectories
Fridolin Krausmann;Marina Fischer-Kowalski;Heinz Schandl;Nina Eisenmenger.
Journal of Industrial Ecology (2008)
Global socioeconomic material stocks rise 23-fold over the 20th century and require half of annual resource use
Fridolin Krausmann;Dominik Wiedenhofer;Christian Lauk;Willi Haas.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2017)
Global Material Flows and Resource Productivity: Forty Years of Evidence
Heinz Schandl;Heinz Schandl;Marina Fischer-Kowalski;James West;Stefan Giljum.
Journal of Industrial Ecology (2018)
Socio-ecological regime transitions in Austria and the United Kingdom
Fridolin Krausmann;Heinz Schandl;Rolf Peter Sieferle.
Ecological Economics (2008)
Resource use and resource efficiency in the Asia-Pacific region
Heinz Schandl;Jim West.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2010)
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