The missed opportunity – ignoring the evidence on energy demand reduction
Luxury-focused carbon taxation improves fairness of climate policy
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Richest people in UK ‘use more energy flying’ than poorest do overall
Social outcomes of energy use in the United Kingdom: Household energy footprints and their links to well-being
Much broader than health: Surveying the diverse co-benefits of energy demand reduction in Europe
Co-benefits of energy demand reduction are much broader than health
How much does a developed country need to consume to secure a high quality of life?
Implications of shrinking household sizes for meeting the 1.5°C climate targets
Exploring transport consumption-based emissions: Spatial patterns, social factors, well-being, and policy implications
Future food footprints: Sowing the seeds for change?
A cross-country comparative analysis of low energy demand scenarios in Europe
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