Marina Fischer-Kowalski
Marina Fischer-Kowalski
professor of social ecology, Alpen Adria University Klagenfurt-Vienna-Graz, Institute of Social
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Quantifying and mapping the human appropriation of net primary production in earth's terrestrial ecosystems
H Haberl, KH Erb, F Krausmann, V Gaube, A Bondeau, C Plutzar, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (31), 12942-12947, 2007
12402007
Terrestrial ecosystems
JD Aber, JM Melillo
Academic press, 2001
10192001
Growth in global materials use, GDP and population during the 20th century
F Krausmann, S Gingrich, N Eisenmenger, KH Erb, H Haberl, ...
Ecological economics 68 (10), 2696-2705, 2009
8692009
Society's metabolism: the intellectual history of materials flow analysis, Part I, 1860–1970
M Fischer‐Kowalski
Journal of industrial ecology 2 (1), 61-78, 1998
7991998
The weight of nations
E Matthews, C Amann, S Bringezu, M Fischer-Kowalski, W Hüttler, ...
Material Outflows from Industrial Economies. Washington, DC: World Resources …, 2000
7542000
Society's Metabolism: The Intellectual History of Materials Flow Analysis, Part II, 1970‐1 998
M Fischer‐Kowalski, W Hüttler
Journal of industrial ecology 2 (4), 107-136, 1998
5621998
Socioecological transitions and global change: Trajectories of social metabolism and land use
M Fischer-Kowalski, H Haberl
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007
5182007
Progress towards sustainability? What the conceptual framework of material and energy flow accounting (MEFA) can offer
H Haberl, M Fischer-Kowalski, F Krausmann, H Weisz, V Winiwarter
Land use policy 21 (3), 199-213, 2004
4062004
Methodology and indicators of economy‐wide material flow accounting: State of the art and reliability across sources
M Fischer‐Kowalski, F Krausmann, S Giljum, S Lutter, A Mayer, ...
Journal of Industrial Ecology 15 (6), 855-876, 2011
3482011
A socio‐metabolic transition towards sustainability? Challenges for another Great Transformation
H Haberl, M Fischer‐Kowalski, F Krausmann, J Martinez‐Alier, ...
Sustainable development 19 (1), 1-14, 2011
3332011
The global sociometabolic transition: past and present metabolic profiles and their future trajectories
F Krausmann, M Fischer‐Kowalski, H Schandl, N Eisenmenger
Journal of Industrial ecology 12 (5‐6), 637-656, 2008
3082008
Society as hybrid between material and symbolic realms: Toward a theoretical framework of society-nature interaction
M Fischer-Kowalski, H Weisz
Advances in human ecology 8, 215-252, 1999
2901999
Decoupling natural resource use and environmental impacts from economic growth
International Resource Panel, ...
UNEP/Earthprint, 2011
2882011
Beyond IPAT and Kuznets curves: Globalization as a vital factor in analysing the environmental impact of socio-economic metabolism
M Fischer-Kowalski, C Amann
Population and Environment 23 (1), 7-47, 2001
2882001
The physical economy of the European Union: Cross-country comparison and determinants of material consumption
H Weisz, F Krausmann, C Amann, N Eisenmenger, KH Erb, K Hubacek, ...
Ecological Economics 58 (4), 676-698, 2006
2702006
From LTER to LTSER: conceptualizing the socioeconomic dimension of long-term socioecological research
H Haberl, V Winiwarter, K Andersson, R Ayres, C Boone, A Castillo, ...
Ecology and society 11 (2), 2006
2402006
Society’s metabolism: on the childhood and adolescence of a rising conceptual star
M Fisher-Kowalski
Redklift M., G. Woodgate, 119-137, 2000
2112000
Tons, joules, and money: Modes of production and their sustainability problems
M Fischer‐Kowalski, H Haberl
Society & Natural Resources 10 (1), 61-85, 1997
1851997
Conceptualizing, observing and influencing socio-ecological transitions
JJ Rotmans, MM Fischer-Kowalski
Ecology and Society: a journal of integrative science for resilience and …, 2009
1492009
Metabolism and colonization. Modes of production and the physical exchange between societies and nature
M Fischer‐Kowalski, H Haberl
Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 6 (4), 415-442, 1993
1491993
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