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Matthew Brander
Matthew Brander
University of Edinburgh Business School
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How low can we go? An assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from the UK food system and the scope reduction by 2050. Report for the WWF and Food Climate Research Network
E Audsley, M Brander, JC Chatterton, D Murphy-Bokern, C Webster, ...
5052010
How low can we go? An assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from the UK food system and the scope reduction by 2050. Report for the WWF and Food Climate Research Network
E Audsley, M Brander, JC Chatterton, D Murphy-Bokern, C Webster, ...
4912010
How low can we go? An assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from the UK food system and the scope reduction by 2050. Report for the WWF and Food Climate Research Network
E Audsley, M Brander, JC Chatterton, D Murphy-Bokern, C Webster, ...
4912010
Technical Paper| Electricity-specific emission factors for grid electricity
M Brander, A Sood, C Wylie, A Haughton, J Lovell
Ecometrica, Emissionfactors. com, 2011
4082011
Technical Paper: Consequential and attributional approaches to LCA: a Guide to policy makers with specific reference to greenhouse gas LCA of biofuels
M Brander, R Tipper, C Hutchison, G Davis
Econometrica press, 2008
3032008
Technical Paper: Consequential and attributional approaches to LCA: a Guide to policy makers with specific reference to greenhouse gas LCA of biofuels
M Brander, R Tipper, C Hutchison, G Davis
Econometrica press, 2008
3032008
Greenhouse gases, CO2, CO2e, and carbon: What do all these terms mean
M Brander, G Davis
Econometrica, White Papers, 2012
2052012
An overview of China’s recyclable waste recycling and recommendations for integrated solutions
S Xiao, H Dong, Y Geng, M Brander
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 134, 112-120, 2018
1592018
Accounting for indirect land-use change in the life cycle assessment of biofuel supply chains
ST Sanchez, J Woods, M Akhurst, M Brander, M O'Hare, TP Dawson, ...
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 9 (71), 1105-1119, 2012
1322012
Creative accounting: A critical perspective on the market-based method for reporting purchased electricity (scope 2) emissions
M Brander, M Gillenwater, F Ascui
Energy Policy 112, 29-33, 2018
1122018
The use of substitution in attributional life cycle assessment
M Brander, C Wylie
Greenhouse Gas Measurement and Management 1 (3-4), 161-166, 2011
762011
Evaluation of farmer participatory extension programmes
J Knook, V Eory, M Brander, D Moran
The journal of agricultural education and extension 24 (4), 309-325, 2018
682018
Renewable energy certificates threaten the integrity of corporate science-based targets
A Bjørn, SM Lloyd, M Brander, HD Matthews
Nature Climate Change 12 (6), 539-546, 2022
632022
Comparative analysis of attributional corporate greenhouse gas accounting, consequential life cycle assessment, and project/policy level accounting: A bioenergy case study
M Brander
Journal of Cleaner Production 167, 1401-1414, 2017
612017
Carbon accounting for negative emissions technologies
M Brander, F Ascui, V Scott, S Tett
Climate Policy 21 (5), 699-717, 2021
592021
The Southeast Asian haze: The quality of environmental disclosures and firm performance
M Abdullah, N Hamzah, MH Ali, ML Tseng, M Brander
Journal of Cleaner Production 246, 118958, 2020
572020
Coupling attributional and consequential life cycle assessment: a matter of social responsibility
M Brander, RL Burritt, KL Christ
Journal of cleaner production 215, 514-521, 2019
442019
Transposing lessons between different forms of consequential greenhouse gas accounting: lessons for consequential life cycle assessment, project-level accounting, and policy …
M Brander
Journal of Cleaner Production 112, 4247-4256, 2016
422016
Greenhouse gases
M Brander, G Davis
CO2, CO2e, and Carbon: What do all these terms mean 3, 2012
412012
A practical approach for policies to address GHG emissions from indirect land use change associated with biofuels
R Tipper, C Hutchison, M Brander
Ecometrica Technical Paper TP-080212-A, 2009
392009
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