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Al Zadjali, S, Morse, S, Chenoweth, J and Deadman, M (2013) Disposal of pesticide waste from agricultural production in the Al-Batinah region of Northern Oman. Sci Total Environ, 463-46. pp. 237-242.

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Barton, J, Thomson, M, Huang, S, Infield, D, Leach, M, Ogunkunle, D and Torriti, J (2013) The evolution of electricity demand and the role for demand side participation, in buildings and transport Energy Policy, 52. pp. 85-102.

Bell, S and Morse, S (2013) An Approach to Comparing External and Internal Methods for Analyzing Group Dynamic GROUP DYNAMICS-THEORY RESEARCH AND PRACTICE, 17 (4). pp. 281-298.

Bell, S and Morse, S (2013) Groups and facilitators within problem structuring processes JOURNAL OF THE OPERATIONAL RESEARCH SOCIETY, 64 (7). pp. 959-972.

Bell, S and Morse, S (2013) Towards an understanding of how policy making groups use indicators Ecological Indicators, 35. pp. 13-23.

Bradley, P, Druckman, Angela and Jackson, Timothy (2013) The development of commercial local area resource and emissions modelling - navigating towards new perspectives and applications Journal of Cleaner Production, 42. pp. 241-253.

Bradley, P, Leach, M and Torriti, J (2013) A review of the costs and benefits of demand response for electricity in the UK Energy Policy, 52. pp. 312-327.

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Chenoweth, J, Malcolm, R, Kaime, T and Pedley, S (2013) Household water security and the human right to water and sanitation Water Security: Principles, Perspectives, and Practices. pp. 307-318.

Chitnis, M, Sorrell, S, Druckman, A, Firth, SK and Jackson, T (2013) Turning lights into flights: Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for UK households Energy Policy, 55. pp. 234-250.

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Jackson, TD (2013) The Altruist Within .

Jackson, TD and Victor, P (2013) Green Economy at a community scale Project Report. Metcalf Foundation, Toronto.

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Kubiszewski, I, Costanza, R, Franco, C, Lawn, P, Talberth, J, Jackson, T and Aylmer, C (2013) Beyond GDP: Measuring and achieving global genuine progress Ecological Economics, 93. pp. 57-68.

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Lee, J, Keller, E, Mila a Canals, L, King, H and Clift, R (2013) Agri-food certification schemes: how do they address greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions Greenhouse Gas Measurement and Management.

Littlewood, J, Wang, L, Turnbull, C and Murphy, RJ (2013) Techno-economic potential of bioethanol from bamboo in China. Biotechnol Biofuels, 6 (1).

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Martinez-Hernandez, E, Campbell, G and Sadhukhan, J (2013) Economic value and environmental impact (EVEI) analysis of biorefinery systems Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 91 (8). pp. 1418-1426.

Martinez-Hernandez, E, Sadhukhan, J and Campbell, GM (2013) Integration of bioethanol as an in-process material in biorefineries using mass pinch analysis Applied Energy, 104. pp. 517-526.

Martinez-Hernandez, Elias, Ibrahim, MH, Campbell, GM, Leach, Matthew, Sinclair, P and Sadhukhan, Jhuma (2013) Environmental sustainability analysis of UK whole-wheat bioethanol and CHP systems Biomass and Bioenergy, 50. pp. 52-64.

Morse, S (2013) Out of sight, out of mind. Reporting of three indices in the UK national press between 1990 and 2009 Sustainable Development, 21 (4). pp. 242-259.

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Ng, KS, Zhang, N and Sadhukhan, J (2013) Techno-economic analysis of polygeneration systems with carbon capture and storage and CO reuse Chemical Engineering Journal, 219. pp. 96-108.

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Victor, P and Jackson, TD (2013) Developing a Demographic Sub-Model and Input-Output Structure for the Green Economy Macro-Model and Accounts (GEMMA) Framework, Final report. Project Report. CIGI-INET.

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