Angela Druckman
Angela Druckman
Centre for Environment and Sustainability, University of Surrey
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The carbon footprint of UK households 1990–2004: a Socio-economically disaggregated, Quasi-multi-regional input–output model
A Druckman, T Jackson
Ecological economics 68 (7), 2066-2077, 2009
Household energy consumption in the UK: A highly geographically and socio-economically disaggregated model
A Druckman, T Jackson
Energy policy 36 (8), 3177-3192, 2008
Missing carbon reductions? Exploring rebound and backfire effects in UK households
A Druckman, M Chitnis, S Sorrell, T Jackson
Energy policy 39 (6), 3572-3581, 2011
The nexus between air pollution, green infrastructure and human health
P Kumar, A Druckman, J Gallagher, B Gatersleben, S Allison, ...
Environment international 133, 105181, 2019
Who rebounds most? Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for different UK socioeconomic groups
M Chitnis, S Sorrell, A Druckman, SK Firth, T Jackson
Ecological Economics 106, 12-32, 2014
Turning lights into flights: estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for UK households
M Chitnis, S Sorrell, A Druckman, SK Firth, T Jackson
Energy policy 55, 234-250, 2013
The limits of energy sufficiency: A review of the evidence for rebound effects and negative spillovers from behavioural change
S Sorrell, B Gatersleben, A Druckman
Energy Research & Social Science 64, 101439, 2020
Measuring resource inequalities: The concepts and methodology for an area-based Gini coefficient
A Druckman, T Jackson
Ecological economics 65 (2), 242-252, 2008
The bare necessities: how much household carbon do we really need?
A Druckman, T Jackson
Ecological Economics 69 (9), 1794-1804, 2010
Using life cycle assessment to achieve a circular economy
C Pea, B Civit, A Gallego-Schmid, A Druckman, AC Pires, B Weidema, ...
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 26, 215-220, 2021
Taking stock of industrial ecology
R Clift, A Druckman
Springer, 2015
Time, gender and carbon: A study of the carbon implications of British adults' use of time
A Druckman, I Buck, B Hayward, T Jackson
Ecological Economics 84, 153-163, 2012
Measuring progress towards carbon reduction in the UK
A Druckman, P Bradley, E Papathanasopoulou, T Jackson
Ecological Economics 66 (4), 594-604, 2008
The challenges of applying planetary boundaries as a basis for strategic decision-making in companies with global supply chains
R Clift, S Sim, H King, JL Chenoweth, I Christie, J Clavreul, C Mueller, ...
Sustainability 9 (2), 279, 2017
Understanding households as drivers of carbon emissions
A Druckman, T Jackson
Taking Stock of Industrial Ecology, 181-203, 2016
Welfare systems without economic growth: A review of the challenges and next steps for the field
CC Walker, A Druckman, T Jackson
Ecological Economics 186, 107066, 2021
Engaging stakeholders in research to address water–energy–food (WEF) nexus challenges
C Hoolohan, A Larkin, C Mclachlan, R Falconer, I Soutar, J Suckling, ...
Sustainability Science 13, 1415-1426, 2018
A critical review of the role of indicators in implementing the sustainable development goals
S Mair, A Jones, J Ward, I Christie, A Druckman, F Lyon
Handbook of sustainability science and research, 41-56, 2018
Peak residential electricity demand and social practices: Deriving flexibility and greenhouse gas intensities from time use and locational data
J Torriti, R Hanna, B Anderson, G Yeboah, A Druckman
Indoor and Built Environment 24 (7), 891-912, 2015
Global inequities and emissions in Western European textiles and clothing consumption
S Mair, A Druckman, T Jackson
Journal of Cleaner Production 132, 57-69, 2016
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