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 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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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 25 (1), 162-175, 2021
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
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
The rise and fall of American lithium
A Miatto, BK Reck, J West, TE Graedel
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 162, 105034, 2020
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