Eco-economic sustainability, Evolution of senescence, criminal law of evidence theory
|PhD, Stanford University ‐ Management Science and Engineering|
|MSc, University of Calgary ‐ Resources, the Environment, and Planning|
|BSc, University of Alberta ‐ Physics|
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Energy Economics - Rebound (21)
Rebound in US Productive Sectors
International Risk Governance Council/Carnegie-Mellon University Climate and Energy Decision Making Center (2011)
This presentation describes rebound measurements in the US economy, the dominance of "embedded energy" (production-side energy use), and the economic ...
Contribution to Book
Specifying Technology for Analyzing Rebound
Energy efficiency and Sustainable Consumption: Dealing with the rebound effect (2009)
This chapter shows how rebound theory connects to engineering-based energy efficiency measurements and illustrates how backfire can occur with a ...