Fredrik Hedenus
Fredrik Hedenus
Associate Professor at Physical Resource Theory, Chalmers University of Technology
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The importance of reduced meat and dairy consumption for meeting stringent climate change targets
F Hedenus, S Wirsenius, DJA Johansson
Climatic change 124 (1-2), 79-91, 2014
Greenhouse gas taxes on animal food products: rationale, tax scheme and climate mitigation effects
S Wirsenius, F Hedenus, K Mohlin
Climatic change 108 (1-2), 159-184, 2011
How can the EU climate targets be met? A combined analysis of technological and demand-side changes in food and agriculture
D Bryngelsson, S Wirsenius, F Hedenus, U Sonesson
Food Policy 59, 152-164, 2016
Estimates of trends in global income and resource inequalities
F Hedenus, C Azar
Ecological Economics 55 (3), 351-364, 2005
Energy security policies in EU-25—the expected cost of oil supply disruptions
F Hedenus, C Azar, DJA Johansson
Energy policy 38 (3), 1241-1250, 2010
Concrete vs. wood in buildings–an energy system approach
J Nässén, F Hedenus, S Karlsson, J Holmberg
Building and environment 51, 361-369, 2012
Cost-effective energy carriers for transport–The role of the energy supply system in a carbon-constrained world
F Hedenus, S Karlsson, C Azar, F Sprei
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 35 (10), 4638-4651, 2010
Induced technological change in a limited foresight optimization model
F Hedenus, C Azar, K Lindgren
The Energy Journal, 109-122, 2006
Trends in greenhouse gas emissions from consumption and production of animal food products–implications for long-term climate targets
C Cederberg, F Hedenus, S Wirsenius, U Sonesson
animal 1 (1), 1-11, 2012
Hållbara konsumtionsmönster: Analyser av maten, flyget och den totala konsumtionens klimatpåverkan idag och 2050
J Larsson
Naturvårdsverket, 2015
Bioenergy plantations or long-term carbon sinks?–A model based analysis
F Hedenus, C Azar
Biomass and bioenergy 33 (12), 1693-1702, 2009
Climate metrics and the carbon footprint of livestock products: where’s the beef?
UM Persson, DJA Johansson, C Cederberg, F Hedenus, D Bryngelsson
Environmental Research Letters 10 (3), 034005, 2015
Nuclear power as a climate mitigation strategy–technology and proliferation risk
M Lehtveer, F Hedenus
Journal of Risk Research 18 (3), 273-290, 2015
The marginal system LCOE of variable renewables–Evaluating high penetration levels of wind and solar in Europe
L Reichenberg, F Hedenus, M Odenberger, F Johnsson
Energy 152, 914-924, 2018
A critical assessment of Energy-economy-climate models for policy analysis
F Hedenus, D Johansson, K Lindgren
Journal of Applied Economics and Business Research 3 (2), 118-132, 2013
How much can nuclear power reduce climate mitigation cost?–Critical parameters and sensitivity
M Lehtveer, F Hedenus
Energy Strategy Reviews 6, 12-19, 2015
Scenarier för klimatpåverkan från matkonsumtionen 2050
D Bryngelsson, F Hedenus, J Larsson
Chalmers University of Technology, 2013
Faster market growth of wind and PV in late adopters due to global experience build-up
J Gosens, F Hedenus, BA Sandén
Energy 131, 267-278, 2017
Diet-related greenhouse gas emissions assessed by a food frequency questionnaire and validated using 7-day weighed food records
C Sjörs, SE Raposo, A Sjölander, O Bälter, F Hedenus, K Bälter
Environmental health 15 (1), 15, 2016
Multi-criteria analysis of nuclear power in the global energy system: Assessing trade-offs between simultaneously attainable economic, environmental and social goals
M Lehtveer, M Makowski, F Hedenus, D McCollum, M Strubegger
Energy Strategy Reviews 8, 45-55, 2015
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