Environmental Science & Technology

Environmental Science & Technology (ES&T) is an authoritative source of information for professionals in a wide range of environmental disciplines. The journal combines magazine and research sections and is published both in print and online.

Publications

Title Type Author(s) Year
Developing an Urban Resource Cadaster for Circular Economy: A Case of Odense, Denmark Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Lanau and Liu 2020
Dynamic assessment of construction materials in urban building stocks – A critical review Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Göswein et al. 2019
Estimating the Evolution of Urban Mining Resources in Hong Kong, up to the Year 2050 Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Io Hou Kuong and Zeng 2019
Taking Stock of Built Environment Stock Studies: Progress and Prospects Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Taking Stock of Built Environment Stock Studies: Progress and Prospects Maud Lanau, Gang Liu, Ulrich Kral, Dominik Wiedenhofer, Elisabeth Keijzer, Chang Yu, and Christina Ehlert Environmental Science & Technology 2019 53 (15), 8499-8515 DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.8b06652 2019
Taking Stock of Built Environment Stock Studies: Progress and Prospects Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Lanau et al. 2019
Uncovering the Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Urban Infrastructure Development: A High Spatial Resolution Material Stock and Flow Analysis Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Han et al. 2018
Contributions of Local Farming to Urban Sustainability in the Northeast United States Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Goldstein et al. 2017
Stochastic Analysis and Forecasts of the Patterns of Speed, Acceleration, and Levels of Material Stock Accumulation in Society Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Fishman et al. 2016
The global anthropogenic gallium system: Determinants of demand, supply, and efficiency improvement Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Løvik et al. 2015
Urban Economies Resource Productivity and Decoupling: Metabolism Trends of 1996--2011 in Sweden, Stockholm, and Gothenburg Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Kalmykova et al. 2015
Urban Metabolism: A Review of Current Knowledge and Directions for Future Study Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Zhang et al. 2015
Global carbon benefits of material substitution in passenger cars until 2050 and the impact of the steel and aluminium industries Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Modarsi et al. 2014
Long-term strategies for increased recycling of automotive aluminium and its alloying elements Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Løvik et al. 2014
Carbon emissions of infrastructure development Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Müller et al. 2013
Centennial Evolution of Aluminum In-Use Stocks on Our Aluminized Planet Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Gang Liu and Müller 2013
Mapping the global flow of aluminum: From liquid aluminum to end-use goods Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Cullen and Allwood 2013
Mapping the global journey of anthropogenic aluminium: a trade-linked multilevel material flow analysis Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Gang Liu and Müller 2013
The Roles of Energy and Material Efficiency in Meeting Steel Industry CO2 Targets Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Milford et al. 2013
The Steel Scrap Age Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Pauliuk et al. 2013
Anthropogenic Cycles of the Elements: A Critical Review Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Chen and Graedel 2012
Mapping the global flow of steel: From steelmaking to end-use goods Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Cullen et al. 2012
Moving Toward the Circular Economy: The Role of Stocks in the Chinese Steel Cycle Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Pauliuk et al. 2012
Moving towards the circular economy - the role of stocks in the Chinese steel cycle Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Pauliuk et al. 2012
Network environ perspective for urban metabolism and carbon emissions: a case study of Vienna, Austria Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Chen and Chen 2012
Raw Material Consumption of the European Union - Concept, Calculation Method, and Results Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Schoer et al. 2012
Reconciling sectoral abatement strategies with global climate targets: The case of the Chinese passenger vehicle fleet Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Pauliuk et al. 2012
The role of automobiles for the future of aluminium recycling Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Modaresi and Müller 2012
Patterns of Iron Use in Societal Evolution Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Müller et al. 2011
Quantifying Carbon Footprint Reduction Opportunities for U.S. Households and Communities Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Jones and Kammen 2011
Two Approaches to Greenhouse Gas Emissions Foot-Printing at the City Scale Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Ramaswami et al. 2011
Unearthing potentials for decarbonizing the U.S. aluminium cycle Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Gang Liu et al. 2011
Greenhouse Gas Emission Footprints and Energy Use Benchmarks for Eight U.S. Cities Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Hillman and Ramaswami 2010
Options for achieving a 50% cut in industrial carbon emissions by 2050 Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Allwood et al. 2010
Greenhouse gas emissions from global cities Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Kennedy et al. 2009
A Demand-Centered, Hybrid Life-Cycle Methodology for City-Scale Greenhouse Gas Inventories Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Ramaswami et al. 2008
In-Use Stocks of Metals: Status and Implications Journal Article | Environmental Science & Technology Gerst and Graedel 2008