Alessio Miatto
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Global socioeconomic material stocks rise 23-fold over the 20th century and require half of annual resource use
F Krausmann, D Wiedenhofer, C Lauk, W Haas, H Tanikawa, T Fishman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (8), 1880-1885, 2017
Global material flows and resource productivity: Forty years of evidence
H Schandl, M Fischer‐Kowalski, J West, S Giljum, M Dittrich, ...
Journal of Industrial Ecology 22 (4), 827-838, 2018
Global material flows and resource productivity: assessment report for the UNEP international resource panel
H Schandl, M Fischer-Kowalski, J West, S Giljum, M Dittrich, ...
United Nations Environment Programme: Paris, France, 2016
How important are realistic building lifespan assumptions for material stock and demolition waste accounts?
A Miatto, H Schandl, H Tanikawa
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 122, 143-154, 2017
Global patterns and trends for non‐metallic minerals used for construction
A Miatto, H Schandl, T Fishman, H Tanikawa
Journal of Industrial Ecology 21 (4), 924-937, 2017
Global resources outlook 2019: Natural resources for the future we want
B Oberle, S Bringezu, S Hatfield-Dodds, S Hellweg, H Schandl, J Clement, ...
United Nations Environment Programme, 2019
A spatial analysis of material stock accumulation and demolition waste potential of buildings: A case study of Padua
A Miatto, H Schandl, L Forlin, F Ronzani, P Borin, A Giordano, ...
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 142, 245-256, 2019
Modeling material flows and stocks of the road network in the United States 1905–2015
A Miatto, H Schandl, D Wiedenhofer, F Krausmann, H Tanikawa
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 127, 168-178, 2017
Assessing Global Resource Use: A System Approach to Resource Efficiency and Pollution Reduction
S Bringezu, A Ramaswami, H Schandl, M O’Brien, R Pelton, J Acquatella, ...
IRP Reports, 2017
Estimating the material stock of roads: The Vietnamese case study
TC Nguyen, T Fishman, A Miatto, H Tanikawa
Journal of Industrial Ecology 23 (3), 663-673, 2019
Global material flows and resource productivity
Assessment report for the UNEP international resource panel. United Nations …, 2016
The expansion of the built environment, waste generation and EU recycling targets on Samothraki, Greece: An island’s dilemma
D Noll, D Wiedenhofer, A Miatto, SJ Singh
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 150, 104405, 2019
Extending or ending the life of residential buildings in Japan: A social circular economy approach to the problem of short-lived constructions
W Wuyts, A Miatto, R Sedlitzky, H Tanikawa
Journal of cleaner production 231, 660-670, 2019
Transferability of Material Composition Indicators for Residential Buildings: A Conceptual Approach Based on a German‐Japanese Comparison
G Schiller, A Miatto, K Gruhler, R Ortlepp, C Deilmann, H Tanikawa
Journal of Industrial Ecology 23 (4), 796-807, 2019
Spatially explicit material stock analysis of buildings in Eastern China metropoles
J Guo, A Miatto, F Shi, H Tanikawa
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 146, 45-54, 2019
On the importance of linking inputs and outputs in material flow accounts. The Weight of Nations report revisited
H Schandl, A Miatto
Journal of cleaner production 204, 334-343, 2018
A spatiotemporal urban metabolism model for the Canberra suburb of Braddon in Australia
H Schandl, R Marcos-Martinez, T Baynes, Z Yu, A Miatto, H Tanikawa
Journal of Cleaner Production 265, 121770, 2020
Urban development and sustainability challenges chronicled by a century of construction material flows and stocks in Tiexi, China
J Guo, T Fishman, Y Wang, A Miatto, W Wuyts, L Zheng, H Wang, ...
Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2020
Lost Material Stock in Buildings due to Sea Level Rise from Global Warming: The Case of Fiji Islands
S Merschroth, A Miatto, S Weyand, H Tanikawa, L Schebek
Sustainability 12 (3), 834, 2020
Estimation of mining and landfilling activities with associated overburden through satellite data: Germany 2000–2010
K Yoshida, K Okuoka, A Miatto, L Schebek, H Tanikawa
Resources 8 (3), 126, 2019
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