On this page you will find all English publications that have been written during the project. These include scientific publications and our own publications like "Smart Green World?" as well as journal articles.

2021

ÖkologischesWirtschaften Bd. 36 Nr. O1 (2021): Digitalisation and Sustainability, Oekom Verlag

2020

Santarius, T., Pohl, J., Lange, S. (2020): Digitalization and the Decoupling Debate: Can ICT help to reduce environmental impacts while the economy keeps growing? Sustainability 12 (18), doi.org/10.3390/su12187496

Frick, V.; Matthies, E.; Thøgersen, J.; Santarius, T. (2020): Do online environments promote sufficiency or overconsumption? Online advertisement and social media effects on clothing, digital devices, and air travel consumption. Journal of Consumer Behavior 19(5): S. 1-21. doi.org/10.1002/cb.1855

Frick, V., Matthies, E. (2020): Everything is just a click away. Online shopping efficiency and consumption levels in three consumption domains. Sustainable Production and Consumption 23 (1. Juli): S. 212–223. doi.org/10.1016/j.spc.2020.05.002

Lange, S., Santarius T. (2020): Smart Green World? Making Digitalization Work for Sustainability. Abington: Routledge.

Lange, S., Pohl, J., Santarius, T. (2020): Digitalization and energy consumption. Does ICT reduce energy demand? Ecological Economics 176: S. 106760.

 

2019

Gossen, M., Ziesemer, F., Schrader U. (2019): Why and how commercial marketing should promote sufficient consumption: a systematic literature review. Journal of Macromarketing 39(3): S. 252-269.

Lange, S. (2019): Beyond A-Growth: Sustainable Zero Growth. In: Handbook on Global Sustainability Governance. London: Routledge, S. 322-233.

Lange, S., Jackson, T. (2019): Speed up the research and realization of growth independence. Ökologisches Wirtschaften, 34(1).

Lange, S., Santarius, T. (2019): Digital Literacy für die sozial-ökologische Transformation. Synergie - Fachmagazin für Digitalisierung in der Lehre, 7.

Moser, C., Frick, V., Seidl, R., Blumer, Y. B. (2019): Teaming up for sustainability: Promoting sustainable mobility behaviour through sports clubs in Switzerland. Energy Research & Social Science, 53: S. 89-97.

Pohl, J., Hilty, L.M., Finkbeiner, M. (2019): How LCA contributes to the environmental assessment of higher order effects of ICT application: A review of different approaches. Journal of Cleaner Production 219, S. 698–712. doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.02.018.

Pohl, J., Suski, P., Haucke, F., Piontek, F.M., Jäger, M. (2019): Beyond Production—the Relevance of User Decision and Behaviour in LCA, In: Frank Teuteberg, Maximilian Hempel, Liselotte Schebek (Eds.), Progress in Life Cycle Assessment 2018, Sustainable Production, Life Cycle Engineering and Management. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, S. 3–19. doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-12266-9_1.



2018

Jaeger-Erben, M., Kramm, J., Sonnberger, M., Völker, C., Albert, C., Graf, A., Hermans, K., Lange, S., Santarius, T., Schröter, B., Sievers-Glotzbach, S., Winzer, J. (2018): Building capacities for transdisciplinary research: challenges and recommendations for early career researchers. GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 28 (1).

Lange, S. (2018): Macroeconomics Without Growth. Sustainable Economies in Neoclassical, Keynesian and Marxian Theories. In: Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Nachhaltigkeitsforschung Band 19, Metropolis-Verlag, Marburg.

Lange, S., Pütz, P., Kopp, T. (2018): Do Mature Economies Grow Exponentially? Ecological Economics, May 2018 (147), S. 123-133.

Santarius, T., Soland, M. (2018): How Technological Efficiency Improvements Change Consumer Preferences: Towards a Psychological Theory of Rebound Effects. Ecological Economics, Vol. 146, S. 414-424.

Santarius, T., Walnum, H. J., Aall, C. (2018): From Unidisciplinary to Multidisciplinary Rebound Research: Lessons Learned for Comprehensive Climate and Energy Policies. Frontiers in Energy Research, Vol. 6, Article 104.


2017

Pohl, J.; Finkbeiner, M. (2017): Digitalisation for sustainability? Challenges in environmental assessment of digital services. In: Eibl, M. & Gaedke, M. (Hrsg.), INFORMATIK 2017. Gesellschaft für Informatik, Bonn. S. 1995-2000. doi.org/10.18420/in2017_199.



2016

Santarius, T. (2016): Energy Efficiency and Social Acceleration: Macro-Level Rebounds from a Sociological Perspective. In: Santarius, T.; Walnum, Hans Jakob; Aall, Carlo (Hrsg.) Rethinking Climate and Energy Policies. New Perspectives on the Rebound Phenomenon. New York: Springer, S. 143-160.

Santarius, T. (2016): Investigating Meso-Economic Rebound Effects: Production-Side Effects and Feedback Loops Between the Micro and Macro Level. In: Journal of Cleaner Production, S. 406-413.

Santarius, T.; Soland, M. (2016): Towards a Psychological Theory and Comprehensive Rebound Typology. In: Santarius, Tilman; Walnum, Hans Jakob; Aall, Carlo (Hrsg.) Rethinking Climate and Energy Policies. New Perspectives on the Rebound Phenomenon. New York: Springer, S. 107-120.

Santarius, T.; Walnum, H.J.; Aall, C. (2016): Rebound Research in a Warming World. In: Santarius, Tilman; Walnum, Hans Jakob; Aall, Carlo (Hrsg.) Rethinking Climate and Energy Policies. New Perspectives on the Rebound Phenomenon. New York: Springer, S. 1-16.

Santarius, T.; Walnum, H.J.; Aall, C. (2016): Respecting Rebounds for Sustainability Reasons. In: Santarius, Tilman; Walnum, Hans Jakob; Aall, Carlo (Hrsg.): Rethinking Climate and Energy Policies. New Perspectives on the Rebound Phenomenon. New York: Springer, S. 287-294.

ÖkologischesWirtschaften Bd. 36 Nr. O1 (2021): Digitalisation and Sustainability, Oekom Verlag

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Lange, Steffen; Santarius, Tilman (2020): Smart Green World? Making Digitalization Work for Sustainability. Abington: Routledge.

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