GlenPeters

Glen Peters

Senior Research Fellow

Background

  • Post-doctoral researcher at the Industrial Ecology Programme, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (2004-2008)
  • Ph. D. in Environmental Engineering at the University of Newcastle (Australia) – “Contaminant Transport Through Rigid and Deforming Porous Media”
  • Bachelor of Mathematics (Honours) and Physics at the University of Newcastle (Australia)

Research Interests

My research is shaped around the development of effective global climate policy. My focus is on quantitative policy analysis and linking environmental impacts with various economic activities. This allows a re-allocation of environmental impacts from the producer to the consumer. An active area of research is the separation of consumption and production, particularly through international trade. This research has been applied to the development of post-Kyoto policies, the role of trade in climate policy, carbon footprints, competitiveness concerns, sustainable consumption, globalization, and the understanding different national circumstances. My interest is on global policy, but several studies have focused on China, Norway, Europe, and the USA. This research will continue and over time be expanded into other areas that have been challenging for policy, such as land-use and international transportation.

Ongoing CICERO projects


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Journal Articles

2014

Arto, I, JM Rueda-Cantuche and Glen Peters, 2014. COMPARING THE GTAP-MRIO AND WIOD DATABASES FOR CARBON FOOTPRINT ANALYSIS. Economic Systems Research, 26 (3): pp. 327-353.
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Friedlingstein, Pierre, Robbie Andrew, Joeri Rogelj, Glen Peters, Josep G. Canadell, Reto Knutti, Gunnar Luderer, M.R. Raupach, Michiel Schaeffer, Detlef P. van Vuuren and Corinne Le Quéré, 2014. Persistent growth of CO2 emissions and implications for reaching climate targets. Nature Geoscience, 7: pp. 709-715.
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Fuss, Sabine, Josep G. Canadell, Glen Peters, M. Tavoni, Robbie Andrew, Philippe Ciais, Robert B. Jackson, Chris D. Jones, Florian Kraxner, Nebojsa Nakicenovic, Corinne Le Quéré, M.R. Raupach, Ayyoob Sharifi, Pete Smith and Yyoshiki Yamagata, 2014. Betting on negative emissions. Nature Climate Change, 4: pp. 850-853.
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Guan, D., X Su, Q Zhang, Glen Peters, Z Liu, Y Lei and K He, 2014. The socioeconomic drivers of China's primary PM_2.5 emissions. Environmental Research Letters, 9 (2)
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Lamb, William, Julia Steinberger, Alice Bows-Larkin, Glen Peters, JT Roberts and FR Wood, 2014. Transitions in pathways of human development and carbon emissions. Environmental Research Letters, 9 (1)
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Le Quéré, Corinne, Glen Peters, Robert J. Andres, Robbie Andrew, Thomas A. Boden, Philippe Ciais, Pierre Friedlingstein, Richard A. Houghton, Gregg Marland, Roisin Moriarty, Stephen Sitch, Pieter Tans, Almut Arneth, Athanasios Arvanitis, Dorothée C.E. Bakker, Laurent Bopp, Josep G. Canadell, Louise P. Chini, Scott C. Doney, Anna B. Harper, Ian C. Harris, Joanna I. House, Atul K. Jain, Samantha D. Jones, Etsushi Kato, Ralph F. Keeling, Kees Klein Goldewijk, Arne Körtzinger, Charles D. Koven, Nathalie Lef..., 2014. Global carbon budget 2013. Earth System Science Data, 6 (1): pp. 235-263.
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Raupach, M.R., Steven J. Davis, Glen Peters, Robbie Andrew, Josep G. Canadell, Pierre Friedlingstein, Frank Jotzo and Corinne Le Quéré, 2014. Sharing a quota on cumulative carbon emissions. Nature Climate Change, 4: pp. 873-879.
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2013

Andrew, Robbie and Glen Peters, 2013. A Multi-region Input-output Table Based on the Global Trade Analysis Project Database (GTAP-MRIO). Economic Systems Research, 25 (1): pp. 99-121.
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Haverd, V., MR Raupach, P.R. Briggs, JG Canadell, S.J. Davis, R.M. Law, C.P. Meyer, Glen Peters, C. Pickett-Heaps and B. Sherman, 2013. The Australian terrestrial carbon budget. Biogeosciences, 10 (2): pp. 851-869.
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Joos, F., R. Roth, Jan S. Fuglestvedt, Glen Peters, I.G. Enting, W. von Bloh, V. Brovkin, E.J. Burke, M. Eby, N.R. Edwards, T. Friedrich, T.L. Frölicher, P.R. Halloran, P.B. Holden, C. Jones, T. Kleinen, F.T. Mackenzie, K. Matsumoto, M. Meinshausen, G.-K. Plattner, A. Reisinger, J. Segschneider, G. Shaffer, M. Steinacher, K. Strassmann, K. Tanaka, A. Timmermann and A.J. Weaver, 2013. Carbon dioxide and climate impulse response functions for the computation of greenhouse gas metrics: a multi-model analysis. Atmospheric Chemistry And Physics, 13 (5): pp. 2793-2825.
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Karstensen, Jonas, Glen Peters and Robbie Andrew, 2013. Attribution of CO2 emissions from Brazilian deforestation to consumers between 1990 and 2010. Environmental Research Letters, 8: pp. 024005.
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Lenzen, M., Roberto Schaeffer, Jonas Karstensen and Glen Peters, 2013. Drivers of change in Brazil’s carbon dioxide emissions. Climatic Change, 121 (4): pp. 815-824.
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Peters, Glen, Robbie Andrew, T Boden, JG Canadell, P Ciais, C Le Quere, G Marland, MR Raupach and C Wilson, 2013. COMMENTARY: The challenge to keep global warming below 2 degrees C. Nature Climate Change, 3 (1): pp. 4-6.
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Weinzettel, Jan, Edgar G. Hertwich, Glen Peters, Kjartan Steen-Olsen and Alessandro Galli, 2013. Affluence drives the global displacement of land use. Global Environmental Change, 23 (2): pp. 433-438.
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Aamaas, Borgar, Glen Peters and Jan S. Fuglestvedt, 2013. Simple emission metrics for climate impacts. Earth System Dynamics, 4: pp. 145-170.
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Aamaas, Borgar, Jens Borken-Kleefeld and Glen Peters, 2013. The climate impact of travel behavior: A German case study with illustrative mitigation options. Environmental Science and Policy, 33: pp. 273-282.
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2012

Kanemoto, K., M. Lenzen, Glen Peters, D. Moran and A. Geschke, 2012. Frameworks for comparing emissions associated with production, consumption, and international trade. Environmental Science and Technology, 46: pp. 172-179.
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Oliviè, Dirk Jan Leo, Glen Peters and D. Saint-Martin, 2012. Atmosphere Response Time Scales Estimated from AOGCM Experiments. Journal of Climate, 25 (22): pp. 7956-7972.
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Peters, Glen, Gregg Marland, C. Le Quere, T. Boden, Josep G. Canadell and M.R. Raupach, 2012. Rapid growth in CO2 emissions after the 2008–2009 global financial crisis. Nature Climate Change, 2: pp. 2-4.
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Peters, Glen, Gregg Marland, Corinne Le Quéré, Thomas Boden, Josep G. Canadell and M.R. Raupach, 2012. CORRESPONDENCE: Rapid growth in CO2 emissions after the 2008-2009 global financial crisis. Nature Climate Change, 2 (1): pp. 2-4.
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Peters, Glen, Steven J. Davis and Robbie Andrew, 2012. A synthesis of carbon in international trade. Biogeosciences, 9 (8): pp. 3247-3276.
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Steinberger, Julia, JT Roberts, Glen Peters and Giovanni Baiocchi, 2012. Pathways of human development and carbon emissions embodied in trade. Nature Climate Change, 2 (2): pp. 81-85.
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2011

Bright, Ryan Matthew, Anders Hammer Strømman and Glen Peters, 2011. Radiative Forcing Impacts of Boreal Forest Biofuels: A Scenario Study for Norway in Light of Albedo. Environmental Science and Technology, 45: pp. 7570-7580.
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Cherubina, F., Glen Peters, Terje Berntsen, Anders Hammer Strømman and Edgar G. Hertwich, 2011. CO2 emissions from biomass combustion for bioenergy: atmospheric decay and contribution to global warming. Global Change Biology Bioenergy, 3: pp. 413–426.
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Davis, Stephen, Glen Peters and Ken Caldeira, 2011. The supply chain of CO2 emissions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108 (45): pp. 18554-18559.
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Minx, Jan, Giovanni Baiocchi, Glen Peters, Christopher L Weber, D. Guan and Klaus Hubacek, 2011. A Carbonizing Dragon: China's Fast Growing CO2 Emissions Revisited. Environmental Science and Technology, 45 (21): pp. 9144–9153.
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Peters, Glen, Borgar Aamaas, Marianne Tronstad Lund, Christian Solli and Jan S. Fuglestvedt, 2011. Alternative "Global Warming" Metrics in Life Cycle Assessment: A Case Study with Existing Transportation Data. Environmental Science and Technology, 45 (20): pp. 8633-8641.
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Peters, Glen, Borgar Aamaas, Terje Berntsen and Jan S. Fuglestvedt, 2011. The integrated Global Temperature change Potential (iGTP)and relationships between emission metrics. Environmental Research Letters, 6 (4): pp. 9.
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Peters, Glen, Jan Minx, Christopher L Weber and Ottmar Edenhofer, 2011. Growth in emission transfers via international trade from 1990 to 2008. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108 (21): pp. 8903-8908.
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Peters, Glen, Robbie Andrew and James Lennox, 2011. Constructing an Environmentally-Extended Multi-Regional Input-Output Table using the GTAP database. Economic Systems Research, 23 (2): pp. 131-152.
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Peters, Glen, Trond B. Nilssen, Lars Lindholt, Magnus Strandmyr Eide, Solveig Glomsrød, Lars Ingolf Eide and Jan S. Fuglestvedt, 2011. Future emissions from oil, gas, and shipping activities in the Arctic. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 11: pp. 5305-5320.
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Sinden, G., Glen Peters, Jan Minx and Christopher L Weber, 2011. International flows of embodied CO2 with an application to aluminium and the EU ETS. Climate Policy, 11: pp. 1226-1245.
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Skelton, A., D. Guan, Glen Peters and Douglas Crawford-Brown, 2011. Mapping Flows of Embodied Emissions in the Global Production System. Environmental Science and Technology, 45: pp. 10516-10523.
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Yamakawa, Asuka and Glen Peters, 2011. Structural decomposition analysis of greenhouse gas emissions in Norway 1990-2002. Economic Systems Research, 23 (3): pp. 303/318.
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2010

Canadell, Josep G., Philippe Ciais, Shobhakar Dhakal, Han Dolman, Pierre Friedlingstein, Kevin R. Gurney, A. Held, Robert B. Jackson, C. Le Quere, Elizabeth L. Malone, D.S. Ojima, A. Patwardhan, Glen Peters and M.R. Raupach, 2010. Interactions of the carbon cycle, human activity, and the climate system: a research portfolio. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 2: pp. 301-311.
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Peters, Glen, 2010. Policy Update: Managing Carbon Leakage. Carbon Management, 1: pp. 35-37.
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Peters, Glen, 2010. Carbon footprints and embodied carbon at multiple scales. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 2: pp. 245-250.
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Tanaka, Katsumasa, Glen Peters and Jan S. Fuglestvedt, 2010. Multicomponent climate policy: why do emission metrics matter?. Carbon Management, 1 (2): pp. 191-197.
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2009

Andrew, Robbie, Glen Peters and James Lennox, 2009. Approximation and regional aggregation in multi-regional input-output analysis for national carbon footprint accounting. Economic Systems Research, 21: pp. 311-335.
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Guan, D., Glen Peters, Christopher L Weber and Klaus Hubacek, 2009. Journey to world top emitter – an analysis of the driving forces of China's recent CO2 emissions surge. Geophysical Research Letters, 36 (L04709)
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Hertwich, Edgar G. and Glen Peters, 2009. Carbon Footprint of Nations: A Global, Trade-Linked Analysis. Environmental Science and Technology, 43 (16): pp. 6414-6420.
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Kallbekken, Steffen, Nathan Rive, Glen Peters and Jan S. Fuglestvedt, 2009. Curbing emissions: cap and rate. Nature Reports: Climate Change,
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Le Quere, C., M.R. Raupach, Josep G. Canadell, Gregg Marland, Laurent Bopp, Philippe Ciais, T.J. Conway, S.C. Doney, Richard A. Feely, P. Foster, Pierre Friedlingstein, Kevin R. Gurney, R.A. Houghton, J.I. House, C. Huntingford, P.E. Levy, M.R. Lomas, J. Majkut, Nicolas Metzl, Jean P. Ometto, Glen Peters, I.C. Prentice, J.T. Randerson, S.W. Running, J.L. Sarmiento, G. Schuster, S. Sitch, Taro Takahashi, N. Viovy, G.R. van der Werf and F.I. Woodward, 2009. Trends in the sources and sinks of carbon dioxide. Nature Geoscience, 2: pp. 831-836.
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Minx, Jan, T. Wiedmann, Richard Wood, Glen Peters, M. Lenzen, Anne Owen, K. Scott, J. Barret, Klaus Hubacek, Giovanni Baiocchi, A. Paul, E. Dawkins, J. Briggs, D. Guan, S. Suh and F. Ackerman, 2009. Input-output analysis and carbon foot-printing: An overview of applications. Economic Systems Research, 21: pp. 187-216.
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Peters, Glen, Gregg Marland, Edgar G. Hertwich, L. Saikku, Aapo Rautiainen and P. Kauppi, 2009. Trade, Transport, and Sinks Extend the Carbon Dioxide Responsibility of Countries. Climatic Change, 97: pp. 379-388.
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Strømman, Anders Hammer, Glen Peters and Edgar G. Hertwich, 2009. Approaches to correct for double counting in tiered hybrid life cycle inventories. Journal of Cleaner Production, 17: pp. 248-254.
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Weber, Christopher L and Glen Peters, 2009. Climate change policy and international trade: Policy considerations in the United States. Energy Policy, 37: pp. 432-440.
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Yamakawa, Asuka and Glen Peters, 2009. Environmental input-output analysis: Using time-series to measure uncertainty. Economic Systems Research, 21
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2008

Guan, D., Klaus Hubacek, Christopher L Weber, Glen Peters and D.M. Reiner, 2008. The Drivers of Chinese CO2 Emissions from 1980 to 2030. Global Environmental Change, 18: pp. 626-634.
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Peters, Glen, 2008. From Production-Based to Consumption-Based National Emission Inventories. Ecological Economics, 65 (1): pp. 13-23.
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Peters, Glen and Edgar G. Hertwich, 2008. Post-Kyoto greenhouse gas inventories: production versus consumption. Climatic Change, 86 (1-2): pp. 51-66.
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Peters, Glen and Edgar G. Hertwich, 2008. Trading Kyoto. Nature Reports Climate Change, 2: pp. 40-41.
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Peters, Glen and Edgar G. Hertwich, 2008. CO2 embodied in international trade with implications for global climate policy. Environmental Science and Technology, 42 (5): pp. 1401-1407.
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Weber, Christopher L, Glen Peters, D. Guan and Klaus Hubacek, 2008. The Contribution of Chinese Exports to Climate Change. Energy Policy, 36: pp. 3572-3577.
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2007

Peters, Glen, 2007. Efficient Algorithms for Life Cycle Assessment, Input-Output Analysis, and Monte-Carlo Analysis. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 12 (6): pp. 373-380.
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Peters, Glen, Christopher L Weber, D. Guan and Klaus Hubacek, 2007. China's growing CO2 emissions - a race between increasing consumption and efficiency gains. Environmental Science and Technology, 41 (17): pp. 5939-5944.
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2006

Peters, Glen and Edgar G. Hertwich, 2006. Structural analysis of international trade: Environmental impacts of Norway. Economic Systems Research, 18 (2): pp. 155-181.
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Peters, Glen and Edgar G. Hertwich, 2006. The importance of imports for household environmental impacts. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 10 (3): pp. 89-109.
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Peters, Glen and Edgar G. Hertwich, 2006. Pollution embodied in trade: The Norwegian case. Global Environmental Change, 16: pp. 379-389.
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Peters, Glen and Edgar G. Hertwich, 2006. A comment on ``Functions, commodities and environmental impacts in an ecological-economic model. Ecological Economics, 59 (1): pp. 1-6.
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Pettersen, J., Glen Peters and Edgar G. Hertwich, 2006. Marine Ecotoxic Effect of Pulse-Emissions in Life-Cycle Impact Assessment. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 25 (1): pp. 297-303.
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2004

Peters, Glen and D.W. Smith, 2004. The influence of advective transport on coupled chemical and mechanical consolidation. Mechanics of Materials, 36 (5-6): pp. 467-486.
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2002

Peters, Glen and D.W. Smith, 2002. Solute transport through a deforming porous medium. International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, 26 (7): pp. 683-717.
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2001

Peters, Glen and D.W. Smith, 2001. Numerical study of boundary conditions for solute transport through a porous medium. International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, 25 (7): pp. 629-650.
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Book Sections

2009

Peters, Glen and Edgar G. Hertwich, 2009. The application of multi-regional input-output analysis to industrial ecology : evaluating trans-boundary environmental impacts. In: Suh, Sangwon (ed.), Handbook on Input-Output Economics for Industrial Ecology. Eco-Efficiency in Industry and Science. Vol. 23. Springer Publishing Company. 847-863 pp.
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2007

Peters, Glen, 2007. Pollution embodied in trade. In: Cleveland, Cutler J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Earth. Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment. Washington, D.C..
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Conference proceedings

2008

Peters, Glen, 2008. Reassessing Carbon Leakage. Eleventh Annual Conference "Future of Global Economy". June 12-14, 2008. Helsinki, Finland.
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Peters, Glen, 2008. Trade and Climate Policy with a Focus on Brazil. Recursos Naturais e Crescimento Econômico (Natural Resources and Economic Growth). Suprema Grafica e Editora. Vicosa, Brazil.
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Magazine Articles

2010

Peters, Glen, D. Guan, Klaus Hubacek, Jan Minx and Christopher L Weber, 2010. Effect's of China's Economic Growth. Science, 328: pp. 824-825.
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2008

Peters, Glen, 2008. Trade and climate policies must be linked post-2012. SciDev.Net, 02 October
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Peters, Glen, 2008. Can China revolutionise global production?. China Dialogue,
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Peters, Glen and Christopher L Weber, 2008. International trade and climate. Nature Geoscience, 1 (8): pp. 484.
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Cicerone Articles

2005

Peters, Glen, 2005. Forbrukerens ansvar for utslipp. Cicerone, 2005 (5): pp.10-11.
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Peters, Glen, 2005. Should consumers or producers be held responsible for climate change?. Cicerone, 2005 (5)
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Klima Articles

2014

Peters, Glen, 2014. Kreftene som endrer Arktis. Klima, 2014 (1)
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Peters, Glen, 2014. Will drivers of change in the Arctic interact and amplify?. Klima, 2014 (1)
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Peters, Glen, 2014. Forskning eller politikk?. Klima (KOMMENTAR), 2014 (2): pp.25.
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2009

Peters, Glen, 2009. Import øker Norges klimautslipp. Klima, 2009 (1): pp.16-17.
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Peters, Glen, 2009. Norwegian Imports and Greenhouse Gas Emissions. Klima, 2009 (1)
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Peters, Glen, 2009. Kronikk: Plan B i klimaforhandlingene. Klima, 2009 (5): pp.22-23.
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2008

Peters, Glen, 2008. Mesteparten av Norges utslipp fra eksportvarer. Klima, 2008 (5): pp.14-15.
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Peters, Glen, 2008. What is in a number?. Klima, 2008 (4)
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Peters, Glen, 2008. Who Should Pay for Norway’s Greenhouse Gas Mitigation?. Klima, 2008 (5)
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Peters, Glen, 2008. Utslippstallene spriker. Klima, 2008 (4): pp.20-21.
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2007

Peters, Glen, 2007. Kinas CO2-utslipp: Et kappløp mellom økt forbruk og effektivitet. Klima, 2007 (2): pp.12-14.
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Reports

2013

Cuypers, Dieter, Glen Peters, Sylvia Prieler, T Geerken, Jonas Karstensen, G. Fisher, L. Gorissen, Eva Hizsnyik, Arnoud Lust and H.V. Velthuizen, 2013. The impact of EU consumption on deforestation: Comprehensive analysis of the impact of EU consumption on deforestation. European Comission. 348pp.
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2010

Andrew, Robbie, James Lennox, David Drysdale, M. Lenzen, G. McDonald, T. Ndebele, Glen Peters, N. Smith, T. Wiedmann and J. Zhang, 2010. Greenhouse gases embodied in New Zealand's trade: Preliminary Headline Resoults. Prepared for "Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry". Wellington, New Zealand.
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Lennox, James, Robbie Andrew, David Drysdale, M. Lenzen, G. McDonald, T. Ndebele, Glen Peters, N. Smith, T. Wiedmann and J. Zhang, 2010. Greenhouse Gases Embodied in New Zealand’s Trade: Final Report. Prepared for "Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry". Wellington, New Zealand.
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Peters, Glen and C. Solli, 2010. Global carbon footprints: Methods and import/export corrected results from the Nordic countries in global carbon footprint studies. TemaNord 2010:592. Nordic Council of Ministers. Copenhagen, Denmark. 133pp.
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2008

Bang, J.K., Eivind Hoff and Glen Peters, 2008. EU Consumption, Global Pollution. WWF Trade and Investment Programme and Industrial Ecolgy Programme, NTNU.
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Minx, Jan, K. Scott, Glen Peters and JC Barrett, 2008. An analysis of Sweden's Carbon Footprint. WWF Report 2008. WWF.
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Reinvang, R. and Glen Peters, 2008. Norwegian Consumption, Chinese Pollution. WWF Norway, WWF China Programme Office, Norwegian University of Science and Technology..
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Report Sections

2008

Peters, Glen, 2008. GTAP 7 Data Base Documentation - I-O Tables: Norway. Global Trade, Assistance, and Production: The GTAP 7 Data Base. Center for Global Trade Analysis. Purdue University.
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Scientific presentations/posters

2014

Aamaas, Borgar and Glen Peters, 2014. The climate impact of Norwegians' travel behavior, including mitigation policies and scenarios. Renewable energy research conference 2014, 16.06.2014, Oslo.
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2013

Karstensen, Jonas and Glen Peters, 2013. Deforestation in Brazil. Meeting, 24.04.2013-24.04.2013, Oslo.
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Karstensen, Jonas, Glen Peters and Robbie Andrew, 2013. Attribution of CO2 Emissions from Brazilian Deforestation to Consumers between 1990 and 2010. 21st International Input-Output Conference, 07.07.2013-12.07.2013, Kitakyushu.
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2012

Davis, Steven J., Glen Peters and Ken Caldeira, 2012. The supply chain of carbon dioxide emissions. Planet Under Pressure, 26.03.2012-29.03.2012, London.
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Gasser, Thomas, Philippe Ciais, Glen Peters, N. Viovy, P. Cadule and J.-D. Paris, 2012. Regionalized Attribution of Sources and Sinks in the Carbon Cycle over the Recent Decades. Planet Under Pressure, 26.03.2012-29.03.2012, London.
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Karstensen, Jonas and Glen Peters, 2012. Attribution of CO2 emissions from Brazilian deforestation to international drivers. Planet Under Pressure, 26.03.2012-29.03.2012, London.
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Le Quéré, Corinne, C. Wilson, Myles Allen, N. Bowerman, Josep G. Canadell, Gregg Marland, Glen Peters and M.R. Raupach, 2012. Constraints on CO2 emissions projections to 2050. Planet Under Pressure, 26.03.2012-29.03.2012, London.
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Peters, Glen, 2012. Carbon Footprints and the Role of International Trade in Climate Policy. Final WIOD Conference: Causes and Consequences of Globalization, 24.04.2012-26.04.2012, Groningen.
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Peters, Glen, 2012. Extraction- and consumption-based accounting of GHG emissions. NILU Seminar, 11.09.2012, Kjeller.
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Peters, Glen, 2012. Galloping Carbon Footprints. Behind the consumption smokescreen – How can Sweden become a true role model in climate action?, 08.11.2012,
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Peters, Glen, 2012. Klimaeffekten av ulike typer biodrivstoff (Climate effect of different biofuels). TEMPOs tredje årlige konferanse om miljøvennlig transport: Norge fra olje- til bionasjon?, 20.03.2012-20.03.2012,
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Peters, Glen, 2012. Status for verdens utslipp: Global Carbon Budget. Etter COP 18: Roads to Change, 10.12.2012-10.12.2012, BI, Oslo.
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Peters, Glen and Robbie Andrew, 2012. A multi-region input-output table based on the global trade analysis project database. Frontier of International Input-Output Analyses, 01.02.2012,
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Peters, Glen and Robbie Andrew, 2012. Broadening the coverage of regional climate policies using extraction-based and consumption-based policy instruments. CICEP Research Seminar, 20.09.2012,
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Peters, Glen and Robbie Andrew, 2012. The IPCC and emission scenarios. CICERO lunch seminar, 15.11.2012,
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Peters, Glen, Borgar Aamaas, Terje Berntsen and Jan S. Fuglestvedt, 2012. The integrated Global Temperature change Potential (iGTP) and relationships between emission metrics. Workshop on common metrics to calculate the CO2 equivalence of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions by sources and removals by sinks, 03.04.2012-04.04.2012, Bonn.
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Peters, Glen, Gregg Marland, Corinne Le Quéré, Thomas Boden, Josep G. Canadell and M.R. Raupach, 2012. An update of the global carbon budget: Emissions rebound after the Global Financial Crisis. Planet Under Pressure, 26.03.2012-29.03.2012, London.
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Peters, Glen, Robbie Andrew and Jonas Karstensen, 2012. Integrating consumption and international trade into energy and climate policy. MILEN International Conference 2012: Advancing the research and policy agendas on sustainable energy and the environment, 22.11.2012-23.11.2012,
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Samset, Bjørn Hallvard, Jan S. Fuglestvedt, Stig B. Dalsøren, Gunnar Myhre, Glen Peters and Solveig Glomsrød, 2012. Climate impacts of shipping and petroleum extraction in an unlocked Arctic ocean. EGU 2012, 02.04.2012, Wien.
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Aamaas, Borgar, Jens Borken-Kleefeld and Glen Peters, 2012. The climate impact of travel behavior: a German case study. 3rd International Conference on Transport, Atmosphere and Climate (TAC-3), 25.06.2012-28.06.2012, Prien am Chiemsee.
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2011

Bright, Ryan Matthew, Anders Hammer Strømman and Glen Peters, 2011. Forests and Climate: Beyond CO2. Teknologirådet høring om klimaskog, 27.01.2011-27.01.2011, Oslo.
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Bright, Ryan Matthew, Anders Hammer Strømman and Glen Peters, 2011. Radiative Forcing Impacts of Boreal Forest Biofuels: A Dynamic Study for Norway in Light of Albedo. Quantifying and managing land use effects of bioenergy, 19-21 September 2011, Campinas, Brazil.
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Bright, Ryan Matthew, Anders Hammer Strømman and Glen Peters, 2011. Radiative Forcing Impacts of Norwegian Forest Biofuels: A Prospective, Scenario Based Assessment. 6th International Conference on Industrial Ecology (June 7-10), University of California, Berkeley.
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Bright, Ryan Matthew, F. Cherubina, Anders Hammer Strømman, Edgar G. Hertwich, Glen Peters and Terje Berntsen, 2011. The Importance of Forestry in Mitigating Climate Change. Workshop on mitigation of CO2 emissions by the agricultural sector (October 3-4), Rica Hotel Bergen, Bergen.
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Canadell, Josep G., Glen Peters, Gregg Marland, C. Le Quere, T. Boden and M.R. Raupach, 2011. An update of the global carbon budget. Carbon in a changing world (24-26 October), Rome.
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Le Quere, C., C. Wilson, M. Allen, N. Bowerman, Josep G. Canadell, Glen Peters and M.R. Raupach, 2011. Constraints on CO2 emissions projections to 2050. Carbon in a changing world (24-26 October), Rome.
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Peters, Glen, 2011. Growth in emission transfers via international trade from 1990 to 2008. Consumption-based accounting – Implications for Policy (Tuesday 5 July 2011), Imperial College, London.
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Steinberger, Julia, J. Timmons Roberts and Glen Peters, 2011. How much consumption/based carbon is enough? Sufficiency in a global perspective. Consumption-based accounting – Implications for Policy (Tuesday 5 July 2011), Imperial College, London.
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2010

Andrew, Robbie, James Lennox and Glen Peters, 2010. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Embodied in New Zealand's Trade: Methodology. 18th International Input-Output Conference (20-25 June), Sydney, Australia.
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Andrew, Robbie, James Lennox and Glen Peters, 2010. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Embodied in New Zealand's Trade. Life Cycle Assessment and Footprinting: Bridging the Gap Between Tools and Practice LCANZ and NZLCM Centre Conference (24-25 March), Wellington, New Zealand.
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Berntsen, Terje and Glen Peters, 2010. CO2 perturbation and associated global warming potentials following emissions from biofuel based on wood. Greenhouse gas emissions from bioenergy systems: impacts of timing, issues of responsibility (8-10 March), Brussels, Belgium.
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Bright, Ryan Matthew, Anders Hammer Strømman and Glen Peters, 2010. Revisiting the Role and Contribution of Forest Biofuels in Achieving Climate Policy Objectives of Northern Europe. 7th Biennial International Workshop Advances in Energy Studies 2010 (19-21 October), Barcelona.
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Cherubina, F., Glen Peters, Terje Berntsen, Anders Hammer Strømman and Edgar G. Hertwich, 2010. Bioenergy and its actual mitigation of climate change: Does carbon neutral mean climate neutral?. Advances in Energy Studies 2010, Barcelona, 19-21 October.
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Guan, D., Glen Peters, Christopher L Weber and Klaus Hubacek, 2010. Journey to world top emitter – an analysis of the driving forces of China's recent CO2 emissions surge. International Society for Ecological Economics - Advancing Sustainability in a time of crisis (22-25 August), Oldenburg and Bremen, Germany.
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Minx, Jan, Giovanni Baiocchi, Glen Peters, Keisuke Nansai and Shigemi Kagawa, 2010. Understanding the drivers behind the changing carbon footprint of services: a global, trade-linked analysis. Ecoblance 2010: "Towards & Beyond 2020" (9-12 November), Tokyo, Japan.
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Peters, Glen, 2010. Strengths and limitations of the Global Warming Potential index and alternative metrics for climate-change impacts. Expert Workshop on Temporary Carbon Storage for use in Life Cycle Assessment & Carbon Footprinting (7-8 October), JRC, Ispra. Italy.
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2009

Andrew, Robbie, Glen Peters and James Lennox, 2009. Degrees of truncation: When are multilateral trade linkages significant in multiregional input-output analyses?. 2009 ISIE Conference: Transitions Toward Sustainability, Lisbon, Portugal.
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de Wit, Heleen A., Rasmus Astrup, Torill Engen-Skaugen, Annika Hofgaard, Glen Peters and Line Tau Strand, 2009. Terrestrial C sequestration potential in Norway under present and future climate. NORKLIMA – forskerkonferanse, 19.–20. oktober, Radisson SAS Royal Hotell, Bryggen, Bergen.
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Hertwich, Edgar G. and Glen Peters, 2009. The Carbon Footprint of Nations: A global multi-regional analysis. 2009 ISIE Conference: Transitions Toward Sustainability (21-24 June), Lisbon, Portugal.
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Le Quere, C., M.R. Raupach, Josep G. Canadell, Gregg Marland, Laurent Bopp, Philippe Ciais, T.J. Conway, S.C. Doney, Richard A. Feely, P. Foster, Pierre Friedlingstein, Kevin R. Gurney, R.A. Houghton, J.I. House, C. Huntingford, P. Levy, M.R. Lomas, J. Majkut, Nicolas Metzl, Jean P. Ometto, Glen Peters, I.C. Prentice, J.T. Randerson, C. Roedenbeck, S.W. Running, J.L. Sarmiento, U. Schuster, S. Sitch, Taro Takahashi, N. Viovy, G.R. van der Werf and F.I. Woodward, 2009. Recent trends in the global carbon cycle. 8th International Carbon Dioxide Conference, Jena, Germany.
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Peters, Glen, 2009. Linking the carbon-cycle with the socio-economic system. 8th International Carbon Dioxide Conference, 14-18 September, Jena, Germany.
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Peters, Glen, 2009. Global Climate Policy (…and globalization …and the Global Financial Crisis). Crisis opportunity - new goals for the economy?, Soria Moria Hotel and Conference Center, Oslo.
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Peters, Glen, 2009. Do developed countries 'out-source' carbon emissions to developing countries?. Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry Presentation (16 December, 2009), Wellington, New Zealand.
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Peters, Glen, 2009. Consumption and climate policy. Technoforum 09: Less or differently? Less and differently?, Arkitektur- og designhøgskolen i Oslo.
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Peters, Glen, Gregg Marland and P. Kauppi, 2009. International trade and forest sequestration as components of fair climate policy. Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges \& Decisions (International Scientific Congress on Climate Change), Copenhagen, 10-12 March.
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Peters, Glen, Ole-Christian Ekeberg, Lars Ingolf Eide, Magnus Strandmyr Eide, Jan S. Fuglestvedt, Solveig Glomsrød, Gjermund Gravir, Lars Lindholt and Trond B. Nilssen, 2009. Unlocking the Arctic: Future emissions from petroleum and shipping activities due to reduced sea-ice extent. NORKLIMA – forskerkonferanse, 19.–20. oktober, Radisson SAS Royal Hotell, Bryggen, Bergen.
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Peters, Glen, Ole-Christian Ekeberg, Lars Ingolf Eide, Magnus Strandmyr Eide, Jan S. Fuglestvedt, Solveig Glomsrød, Gjermund Gravir, Lars Lindholt and Trond B. Nilssen, 2009. Unlocking the Arctic: Future emissions from petroleum and shipping activities due to reduced sea-ice extent. GEIA-ACCENT Open Conference, October 26-28, CIENS, Oslo, Norway.
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2008

Andrew, Robbie, Glen Peters and James Lennox, 2008. New Zealand's carbon balance: MRIO applied to a small developed country. The 2008 International Input-Output Meeting on Managing the Environment (IIOMME), Seville, Spain, July 9-11, 2008.
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Guan, D., Klaus Hubacek, Christopher L Weber, Glen Peters and D.M. Reiner, 2008. The Drivers of Chinese CO2 Emissions from 1980 to 2030. The 2008 International Input-Output Meeting on Managing the Environment (IIOMME), Seville, Spain, July 9-11, 2008.
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Jorge, R, T. Hawkins and Glen Peters, 2008. Comparing physical and monetary units in environmental analysis using Input-Output models. The 2008 International Input-Output Meeting on Managing the Environment (IIOMME), Seville, Spain, July 9-11, 2008.
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Minx, Jan, Glen Peters, T. Wiedmann and J. Barret, 2008. GHG emissions in the global supply chain of food products. The 2008 International Input-Output Meeting on Managing the Environment (IIOMME), Seville, Spain, July 9-11, 2008.
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Peters, Glen, 2008. Trade and Climate Policy: With a focus on Brazil. XX International Conference on Economic Policy, Brazil.
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Peters, Glen, 2008. Do industries with emission constraints have legitimate competitiveness concerns?. The 2008 International Input-Output Meeting on Managing the Environment (IIOMME), Seville, Spain, July 9-11, 2008.
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Weber, Christopher L, Glen Peters, D. Guan and Klaus Hubacek, 2008. The Contribution of Chinese Exports to Climate Change. The 2008 International Input-Output Meeting on Managing the Environment (IIOMME), Seville, Spain, July 9-11, 2008.
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Yamakawa, Asuka and Glen Peters, 2008. Environmental Input-Output Analysis, Structural Decomposition Analysis and Uncertainty. The 2008 International Input-Output Meeting on Managing the Environment (IIOMME), Seville, Spain, July 9-11, 2008.
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Presentations

2011

Bright, Ryan Matthew, Anders Hammer Strømman and Glen Peters, 2011. Changes in albedo offset lost carbon sinks following expanded timber harvesting for bioenergy in Norway. CenBio Innovation Workshop (17 January 2011), Trondheim.
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Tanaka, Katsumasa, Glen Peters and Jan S. Fuglestvedt, 2011. Multicomponent climate policy: why do emission metrics matter?. Sixth International Symposium on Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases (NCGG-6) Science, Policy and Integration, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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2009

Hertwich, Edgar G. and Glen Peters, 2009. Prioritization of Product Groups Using a Global Multiregional Input-Output Model. 15th LCA Case Studies Symposium (22-23 January 2009), Paris, France.
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Peters, Glen, 2009. Climate Policy and Globalization: Linking the carbon-cycle to the socio-economic system. Statistics Norway Lunch Seminar (30 September), Statistics Norway, Oslo.
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Peters, Glen, 2009. Full climate analysis of buildings: Can material properties be used to reduce climate impacts?. KLIMAX Breakfast Meeting, Trondheim, Norway.
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2008

Peters, Glen, 2008. Consumption-based Accounting in Climate Policy (Invited Presentation). First Mediterranean Roundtable on Sustainable Consumption and Production and Resource Efficiency (5-7 November, 2008), Barcelona, Spain.
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Peters, Glen, 2008. Linking land-use, land-use changes, and forestry to international trade and final consumption (Invited Presentation). Audrey L. Mayer Nordic Seminar on Forests (10 November, 2008), Hyytiälä, Finland.
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Peters, Glen, 2008. Is there a role for trade in climate mitigation? Measurement and implications of nation-state carbon accounting (invited lecture). International Roundtable on Consumption-Based Nation-State Carbon Accounting (19 April, 2008), Beijing, China.
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Other publications

2010

Lennox, James, Glen Peters and Robbie Andrew, 2010. Climate Policy and Emissions Embodied in International Trade The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis
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