Jonas Nässén
Jonas Nässén
Senior researcher/Docent, Physical Resource Theory, Chalmers University of Technology
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Direct and indirect energy use and carbon emissions in the production phase of buildings: an input–output analysis
J Nässén, J Holmberg, A Wadeskog, M Nyman
Energy 32 (9), 1593-1602, 2007
Would shorter working time reduce greenhouse gas emissions? An analysis of time use and consumption in Swedish households
J Nässén, J Larsson
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 33 (4), 726-745, 2015
Concrete vs. wood in buildings–An energy system approach
J Nässén, F Hedenus, S Karlsson, J Holmberg
Building and environment 51, 361-369, 2012
Energy efficiency—a forgotten goal in the Swedish building sector?
J Nässén, J Holmberg
Energy Policy 33 (8), 1037-1051, 2005
Quantifying the rebound effects of energy efficiency improvements and energy conserving behaviour in Sweden
J Nässén, J Holmberg
Energy Efficiency 2, 221-231, 2009
Stagnating energy efficiency in the Swedish building sector—Economic and organisational explanations
J Nässén, F Sprei, J Holmberg
Energy Policy 36 (10), 3814-3822, 2008
Measuring greenhouse gas emissions from international air travel of a country’s residents methodological development and application for Sweden
J Larsson, A Kamb, J Nässén, J Åkerman
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 72, 137-144, 2018
Understanding daily car use: Driving habits, motives, attitudes, and norms across trip purposes
ÉMS Ramos, CJ Bergstad, J Nässén
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 68, 306-315, 2020
Household carbon footprint patterns by the degree of urbanisation in Europe
J Ottelin, J Heinonen, J Nässén, S Junnila
Environmental Research Letters 14 (11), 114016, 2019
Greenhouse gas emissions and subjective well-being: An analysis of Swedish households
D Andersson, J Nässén, J Larsson, J Holmberg
Ecological Economics 102, 75-82, 2014
Energy efficiency policies for space heating in EU countries: A panel data analysis for the period 1990–2010
EÓ Broin, J Nässén, F Johnsson
Applied Energy 150, 211-223, 2015
The Gothenburg congestion charge scheme: A pre–post analysis of commuting behavior and travel satisfaction
D Andersson, J Nässén
Journal of Transport Geography 52, 82-89, 2016
Should environmentalists be concerned about materialism? An analysis of attitudes, behaviours and greenhouse gas emissions
D Andersson, J Nässén
Journal of Environmental Psychology 48, 1-11, 2016
Determinants of greenhouse gas emissions from Swedish private consumption: Time-series and cross-sectional analyses
J Nässén
Energy 66, 98-106, 2014
Shifting expenditure on food, holidays, and furnishings could lower greenhouse gas emissions by almost 40%
A Carlsson Kanyama, J Nässén, R Benders
Journal of Industrial Ecology 25 (6), 1602-1616, 2021
Explaining the variation in greenhouse gas emissions between households: socioeconomic, motivational, and physical factors
J Nässén, D Andersson, J Larsson, J Holmberg
Journal of industrial ecology 19 (3), 480-489, 2015
Public support for aviation policy measures in Sweden
J Larsson, S Matti, J Nässén
Climate Policy 20 (10), 1305-1321, 2020
Distributed power generation versus grid extension: an assessment of solar photovoltaics for rural electrification in Northern Ghana
J Nässén, J Evertsson, BA Andersson
Progress in photovoltaics: research and applications 10 (7), 495-510, 2002
Hållbara konsumtionsmönster: Analyser av maten, flyget och den totala konsumtionens klimatpåverkan idag och 2050
J Larsson
Naturvårdsverket, 2015
Low-carbon scenarios for long-distance travel 2060
J Åkerman, A Kamb, J Larsson, J Nässén
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 99, 103010, 2021
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