Dr Heinz Schandl

Profile

Biography

Heinz holds a PhD in sociology and MA in social and economic sciences from the University of Vienna in Austria. He joined CSIRO in Canberra as a senior science leader in 2006 and leads research to inform policies that guide decoupling of economic growth and human wellbeing from environmental pressures and impacts. Previously he was an assistant professor at the Institute of Social Ecology at the Faculty for Interdisciplinary Studies (IFF) in Vienna, Austria (2002-2006) and a researcher and lecturer at the IFF, the Institute of Sociology of the University of Vienna and the Institute for Legal and Criminal Sociology in Vienna, Austria (1994-2006).

Heinz is an adjunct professor at the Graduate School of Environmental Studies of Nagoya University in Japan, a member of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) International Resource Panel, member of the United Nations Commission for Regional Development (UNCRD) expert group for the regional 3R Forum in Asia and the Pacific, associate editor of the Journal of Industrial Ecology, editorial board member of the Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management and chair of the 2016 Gordon Research Conference for Industrial Ecology.

Heinz has published 48 journal articles, co-authored 5 books, 19 book chapters and a hundred policy and technical reports. He has led international projects for the UNEP, UNCRD, the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), the European Commission, the World Bank and the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) as well as for Australian government departments and businesses.

 

Research

Research interests

Areas of Expertise

  • Environmental and Economic Sociology
  • Industrial Ecology
  • Resource Efficiency and Climate Mitigation
  • Sustainable Consumption and Production
  • Measuring and modelling of Sustainability

 

Research Expertise

Delivering to the Australian Government’s strategic science and research priority ‘Build Australia’s capacity to respond to environmental change and integrate research outcomes from biological, physical, social and economic systems

Working with the United Nations Environment Program, the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank to improve quality of life and environmental sustainability in Asia and the Pacific

Linking social theory, industrial metabolism and public policy; Sustainable consumption and production and the green economy; Decoupling of economic growth from environmental pressures and impacts; Measuring and modelling of sustainability; Systems innovation and strategic niche management.

Researcher’s Projects (2010-2015)

Modelling of resource efficiency and climate mitigation policy scenarios. Report for the group of 7 (G7) heads of state. Funded by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) head office. 2015-16.

Whole of life cycle greenhouse gas assessment of the exploitation of the Surat Basin gas reserve: global benefits and risks. Funded by the Gas Industry Social and Environmental Research Alliance (GISERA). 2015-16.

Country Implementation of Green Asia Indicators. SWITCH Asia Policy Support. Funded by the United Nations Environment Program. Bangkok Office. 2015-16.

Whole of supply chain sustainability analysis of CSIRO’s procurement. CSIRO internal project funded by the CSIRO sustainability initiative. 2015.

Evolving resource efficient economies in Asia and the Pacific. 3R’s in macro-economic policy. Consultancy for the United Nations Commission for Regional Development (UNCRD) in the context of the Asia Pacific 3R high-level policy forum. 2015.

Indicators for a Resource Efficient and Green Asia. Measuring Progress of Sustainable Consumption and Production, Green Economy and resource Efficiency Policies in the Asia-Pacific Region. SWITCH Asia Policy Support. Funded by the United Nations Environment Program. Bangkok Office. 2014-15.

Implementation of the Hanoi 3R Declaration. Sustainable 3R goals for 2013-2023. Consultancy for the United Nations Commission for Regional Development (UNCRD) in the context of the Asia Pacific 3R high-level policy forum. 2014.

Global Material Flows and Resource Productivity Assessment Study. A report for the International Resource Panel. Funded by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) head office. 2013-15.

Pilot Study Green Growth Indicators. Funded by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP). 2013.

Recent trend in material use and material productivity in Asia and the Pacific. Funded by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) Bangkok office. 2013.

Resource Efficiency: Economics and Outlook for Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus. Funded by the United Nations Environment Program. Paris Office. 2012-13.

Capacity Building and Policy Needs Assessment for Sustainable Consumption and Production. SWITCH Asia Policy Support. Funded by the United Nations Environment Program. Bangkok Office. 2012-13.

Recent trend in material use and material productivity in Latin America and the Caribbean. Funded by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) Panama office. 2012.

Australian National Outlook Urban and Metabolism Analysis. CSIRO internal project funded by the CEO. 2011-2014.

Opportunities and Challenges for Climate Adaptation and Resource Efficiency in Coastal Australia. Funded by the Commonwealth Department for Climate Change and Energy Efficiency. 2011-2012.

Resource Efficiency: Economics and Outlook for Asia and the Pacific. Funded by the United Nations Environment Program. Bangkok Office. 2010-11.

Teaching

Available Student Projects

  • Lifestyles, consumption behaviour and environmental pressures and impact
  • Policy needs for sustainable consumption and production in developing countries in Asia and the Pacific
  • Material and energy flow accounting and indicators for policy formulation at national and city level
  • Changes in political economy, everyday life and consumption in Australia and other countries in Asia and the Pacific

 

Current Student Projects

  • Alessio Miatto, Nagoya University, Japan (co supervisor)
  • Tomer Fishman, Nagoya University, Japan (co supervisor)
  • Monique Retamal, Australian National University (ANU) Fenner School of Environment and Society, Canberra, Australia (co supervisor)
  • James West, Griffith University, School of Environment, Brisbane, Australia (co supervisor)

 

Past Student Projects

  • Walter Reinhardt, Australian National University (ANU) Fenner School of Environment and Society, Canberra, Australia (co supervisor)
  • Fahim Tonmoy, University of Technology Sydney, Australia (co supervisor)
  • Maria Cristina Vallejo, FLACSO, Ecuador (co supervisor)
  • Peter Rickwood, Sydney University, Australia (co supervisor)
  • Ana Citlalic Gonzalez Martinez, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain (co supervisor)
  • Sithong Thongmanivong, Vienna University, Austria (main supervisor)

Publications

Journal articles (48)

West, J and H Schandl (in review). Explanatory variables for national socio-metabolic profiles in a global economy: Is it just population and affluence after all? Journal of Industrial Ecology. Submitted for review in April 2016.

Akenji, L., M Bengtsson, R Bleischwitz, A Tukker and H Schandl (in print). Ossified materialism: introduction to the special volume on absolute reductions in materials throughput and emissions. Journal of Cleaner Production. Available online on 7 April 2016.

Miatto, A, H Schandl, T Fishman and H Tanikawa (in print). Global patterns and trends for non-metallic minerals used for construction. Journal of Industrial Ecology. Accepted on 28 March 2016.

Fishman, T, H Schandl and H Tanikawa 2016. Material Stock Accumulation in Society: Speed, Acceleration and Outlook. Environmental Science and Technology. Vol. 50 (7): 3729–3737.

Krausmann, F, B Gaugl, J West and H Schandl 2016. The metabolic transition of a planned economy: Material flows in the USSR and the Russian Federation 1900 to 2010. Ecological Economics. Vol. 124: 76-85.

Eisenmenger, N, A Schaffartzik, D Wiedenhofer, S Giljum, M Bruckner, H Schandl, TO Wiedmann, M Lenzen, A Tukker and A Koning (in print). Consumption based material flow indicators. Seven approaches, seven results for the Austrian Raw Material Consumption. Ecological Economics. Submitted on 25 March 2015.

Schandl, H, S Hatfield-Dodds, T. Wiedmann, A Geschke, Y Cai, J West, D Newth, T Baynes, M Lenzen and A Owen (in print). Decoupling global environmental pressure and economic growth: scenarios for energy use, materials and carbon emissions. Journal of Cleaner Production. Available online on 21 July 2015. doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.06.100

Measham, T, DA Fleming and H Schandl 2016. Socio-economic impacts of unconventional fossil fuel extraction: a discussion and conceptual model. Global Environmental Change. Vol 36: 101-110.

Hatfield-Dodds, S, H Schandl, PD Adams, TM Baynes, TS, Brinsmead, BA, Bryan, F, Chiew, PW Graham, M Grundy, T Harwood, R McCallum, R McCrae, LE McKellar LE, D Newth, M Nolan, I Prosser, A Wonhas 2015. Free to choose: Australia can achieve economic growth and dramatically reduce environmental pressure. Nature. 527: 49-53.

Schandl, H, D Mueller and Y Moriguchi 2015. Socioeconomic Metabolism Takes the Stage in the International Environmental Policy Debate: A Special Issue to Review Research Progress and Policy Impacts. Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 19(5): 688-693.

Wiedmann, TO, H Schandl, D Moran, M Lenzen, S Suh, J West and K Kanemoto 2015. The Material Footprint of Nations. Reassessing Resource Productivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Vol. 112(20): 6271-6276.

Fishman, T, H Schandl and H Tanikawa 2015. The socio-economic drivers of material stock accumulation in Japan’s prefectures. Ecological Economics. Vol 113: 76-84.

Wiedmann, TO, H Schandl and D Moran 2015. The footprint of using metals. New metrics of consumption and productivity. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies. Vol. 17(3): 369-388.

West, J, H Schandl, F Krausmann, J Kovanda and T Hak 2014. Patterns of change in material use and material efficiency in the successor states of the former Soviet Union. Ecological Economics. Vol. 105: 211-219.

Fishman, T, H Schandl, H Tanikawa, P Walker and F Krausmann 2014. Accounting for the material stock of nations. Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 18(3): 407-420.

Graham, S, H Schandl, L Williams and T Foran 2013. The Effects of Climate and Socio-Demographics on Direct Household Carbon Dioxide Emissions in Australia. Geographical Research. Vol. 51(4): 424-438.

Steinberger, JK, F Krausmann, M Getzner, H Schandl and J West 2013. Development and dematerialization: an international study. PlosOne. Vol. 8(10): 1-11.

West, J and H Schandl 2013. Material Use and Material Efficiency in Latin America and the Caribbean. Ecological Economics. Vol. 94: 19-27.

Schandl, H and T Capon 2012. Cities as social-ecological systems: linking metabolism, wellbeing and human health. Editorial overview. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. Vol. 4(4): 375-377.

Schandl, H, T Capon, S Boyden and K Hosking 2012. Biosensitive cities. A conceptual framework for integrative understanding of the health of people and planetary ecosystems. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. Vol. 4(4): 378-384.

Schandl, H and J West 2012. Material flows and material productivity in China, Australia and Japan. Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 16(3): 352-364.

Fischer-Kowalski, M, F Krausmann, S Giljum, S Lutter, A Mayer, S. Bringezu, Y. Moriguchi, H Schütz, H Schandl and H Weisz 2011. Methodology and indicators of economy wide material flow accounting: State of the art and reliability across sources. Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 15(6): 855-876.

Schandl, H and J West 2010. Resource Use and Resource Efficiency in the Asia Pacific Region. Global Environmental Change. Vol. 20(4): 636-647.

Schandl, H, H Rankine, S Fotiou and A Stabrawa 2010. Sustainable Resource Use in the Asia-Pacific Region. Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 14(4): 533-536.

Warr, B, RU Ayres, N Eisenmenger, F Krausmann and H Schandl 2010. A comparative analysis of useful work supply in Austria, Japan, the United Kingdom and the USA during 100 years of economic growth. Ecological Economics. Vol. 69(10): 1904-1917.

Schandl, H and G Turner 2009. The dematerialization potential of the Australian economy. Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 13(6): 863-880.

Schandl, H, M Fischer-Kowalski, C Grunbuhel and F Krausmann 2009. Socio-metabolic transitions in developing Asia. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Vol. 76(2): 267-281.

Weisz, H and H Schandl 2008. Material Use Across World Regions: Inevitable Pasts and Possible Futures. Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 12(5-6): 629-636.

Schandl, H, F Poldy, G Turner, TG Measham, D Walker and N Eisenmenger 2008. Australia’s Resource Use Trajectories. Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 12(5-6): 669-685.

Krausmann, F, M Fischer-Kowalski, H Schandl and N Eisenmenger 2008. The global socio-ecological transition: past and present metabolic profiles and their future trajectories. Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 12(5-6): 637-656.

Gonzalez-Martinez, AC and H Schandl 2008. The biophysical perspective of a middle-income economy: Material flows in Mexico. Ecological Economics. Vol. 68(1-2): 317-327.

Warr, B, H Schandl and RU Ayres 2008. Long term trends in resource exergy consumption and useful work supplies in the UK, 1900 to 2000. Ecological Economics. Vol. 68(1-2): 126-140.

Krausmann, F, H Schandl and RP Sieferle 2008. Socio-ecological regime transitions in Austria and the UK. Ecological Economics. Vol. 65(1): 187-201.

Eisenmenger, N, Ramos Martin J and H Schandl 2007. Análisis del Metabolismo Energético y de Materiales de Brasil, Chile y Venezuela. [Material and energy flow analysis for Brazil, Chile and Venezuela]. Análisis Revista Iberoamericana de Economía Ecológica. Vol. 6: 17-39.

Krausmann, F and H Schandl 2006. Industrialisierung als sozialökologischer Regimewechsel [Industrialisation as a Change in Socio-ecological Regimes]. Ökologisches Wirtschaften. Vol. 22(4): 30-34.

Krausmann, F and H Schandl 2006. Der soziale Metabolismus der Industrialisierung: Die Überwindung der energetischen Schranken des agrarischen Wirtschaftens [The social metabolism of industrialization. Overcoming the energy limits of an agrarian society]. GAIA. Vol. 15(4): 285-293.

Schandl, H and N Eisenmenger 2006. Regional Patterns in Global Resource Extraction. Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 10(4): 133-147.

Schandl, H and CM Grünbühel 2005. Introduction to the special issue on ‘‘Southeast Asia in Transition’’. International Journal of Global Environmental Issues. Vol. 5(3/4): 115-119.

Grünbühel, CM and H Schandl 2005. Using Land-Time-Budgets to Analyze Farming Systems and Poverty Alleviation Policies in the Lao PDR. International Journal of Global Environmental Issues. Vol. 5(3/4): 142-180.

Grünbühel, CM, H Haberl, H Schandl and V Winiwarter 2003. Socio-economic Metabolism and Colonization of Natural Processes in Sang Saeng Village: Material and Energy Flows, Land Use and Cultural Change in Northeast Thailand. Human Ecology. Vol. 31(1): 53-85.

Martinez-Alier J and H Schandl 2002. Special Section: European Environmental History and Ecological Economics. Ecological Economics. Vol. 41(2): 175-176.

Schandl H and N Schulz 2002. Changes in the United Kingdom’s Natural Relations in Terms of Society’s Metabolism and Land Use from 1850 to the Present Day. Ecological Economics. Vol. 41(2): 203-221.

Haberl, H, M Fischer-Kowalski, F Krausmann, H Schandl, H Weisz and V Winiwarter 2001. Theoretische Grundlagen für die gesellschaftliche Beobachtung nachhaltiger Entwicklung [Theoretical foundations of societal observation of sustainable development]. Die Bodenkultur 53: 55-63.

Singh SJ, CM Grünbühel, H Schandl and N Schulz 2001. Social Metabolism and Labour in a Local Context: Changing Environmental Relations on Trinket Island. Population and Environment. Vol. (23)1: 71-104.

Schandl, H, B Petrovic and H Weisz 2000. Materialflussrechnung für Österreich 1960 bis 1997 [Material flow account for Austria 1960-1997]. Statistische Nachrichten. Vol. 55(2): 128-137.

Haberl H and H Schandl 1999. Indicators of Sustainable Land Use: Concepts for the Analysis of Society-Nature Interrelations and Implications for Sustainable Development. Environmental Management and Health. Vol. 10(3): 177-190.

Schandl, H, W Hüttler and H Payer 1999. Delinking of Economic Growth and Materials Turnover. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Sciences. Vol. 12(1): 31-45.

Payer, H, W Hüttler and H Schandl 1995. Nationale Materialbilanzen als Instrument einer ökologischen Ressourcenpolitik [National material flow accounts as a tool for ecological resource policies]. WIFO-Monatsberichte 11: 713-718.

Books (5)

Schandl, H, K Alexander, K Collins, S Heyenga, K Hosking, F Poldy, G Turner, J West, S Keen, M Bengtsson, Y Hotta, S Hayashi, L Akenji, A Mishra and S Chen 2011. Resource Efficiency: Economics and Outlook for Asia and the Pacific. Melbourne, CSIRO Publishing.

Sieferle, RP, F Krausmann, H Schandl and V Winiwarter 2006. Das Ende der Fläche. Zum sozialen Metabolismus der Industrialisierung [The social metabolism of industrialization]. Köln. Böhlau Verlag.

Matthews, E, C Amann, S Bringezu, M Fischer-Kowalski, W Hüttler, R Kleijn, Y Moriguchi, C Ottke, E Rodenburg, D Rogich, H Schandl, H Schütz, E Van der Voet and H Weisz 2000. The Weight of Nations. Material Outflows from Industrial Economies. World Resources Institute. Washington, DC.

Fischer-Kowalski, M, H Haberl, W Hüttler, H Payer, H Schandl, V Winiwarter and H Zangerl-Weisz 1997. Gesellschaftlicher Stoffwechsel und Kolonisierung von Natur. Ein Versuch in Sozialer Ökologie [Social metabolism and colonization of nature. Concepts for social-ecology]. Amsterdam. Gordon and Breach Verlag Fakultas.

Fischer-Kowalski, M, J Pelikan and H Schandl 1995. Große Freiheit für kleine Monster? Alternativschulen und Regelschulen im Vergleich [A comparison of students in free schools and regular schools]. Wien. Verlag für Gesellschaftskritik.

Book-chapters (19)

Schandl, H, A Schaffartzik 2015. Material Flow Analysis. In: Wright, J D Ed. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. 2nd edition, Vol 14. Oxford, Elsevier. pp. 760–764.

Schandl, H, J West and K Hosing 2012. Resource Trends: Materials, Energy and Water. In: United Nations and Asia Development Bank. Green Growth, Resources and Resilience. Environmental Sustainability in Asia and the Pacific. United Nations, Bangkok. pp. 23-44.

Bai, X and H Schandl 2011. Urban ecology and industrial ecology. In Douglas, I, D Goode, M Houck and R Wang, Eds. The Routledge Handbook of Urban Ecology. London and New York, Routledge. pp. 26-37.

Krausmann, F, H Schandl and M Fischer-Kowalski 2010. From the Frying Pan into the Fire. Industrialization as a Socio-ecological Transition Process. In: McNeill, JR, JA Padua and M Rangarajan, Eds. Environmental History. As if Nature Existed. New Delhi, Oxford University Press. pp. 26-47.

Spash, CL and H Schandl 2009. Challenges for Post-Keynesian Growth Theory: Utopia meets Environmental and Social Reality. In: Richard, P, F Holt, CL Spash and S Pressman, Eds. Post-Keynesian and Ecological Economics: Confronting Environmental Issues. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar. pp. 47-76.

Krausmann, F, H Schandl and RP Sieferle 2009. Socio-ecological regime transitions in Austria and the UK. Spash, CL, Ed. Ecological Economics: Critical Concepts in the Environment. Volume II. London, Routledge.

Schandl H and F Krausmann 2007. The Great Transformation. A socio-metabolic reading of the industrialization of the United Kingdom. In: Fischer-Kowalski, M and H Haberl, Eds. Socio-ecological Transitions and Global Change: Developments in Societal Metabolism and Land Use. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar. pp. 83-115.

Eisenmenger, N, J Ramos-Martin and H Schandl 2007. Transition in a changed context: patterns of development in a globalizing world. In: Fischer-Kowalski, M and H Haberl, Eds. Socio-ecological Transitions and Global Change: Developments in Societal Metabolism and Land Use. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar. pp. 179-222.

Schandl, H and H Weisz 2003. Links between Macro and Micro Material Flows. The Aggregated Physical Input-Output-Table as an Integrative Feature of MFA and a Precondition for a Sectoral Approach. In: Kurabayashi, Y, K Koike and N Yamamoto, Eds. The Progress in Environment and Resource Accounting Approach. A Principle to the Global Environmental Issues. Imai Syuppan Co. Ltd. Japan. pp. 92-99.

Schandl, H and N Schulz 2002. Industrial Ecology: United Kingdom. In: Ayres, RU and L Ayres, Eds. A Handbook of Industrial Ecology. Edward Elgar. Cheltenham. pp. 323-333.

Schandl, H 2000. 50 Jahre Umgang mit Natur. Die biophysischen Dimensionen von Modernisierung in Österreich [Biophysical dimensions of modernization in Austria since the 1950ies]. In: Bruckmüller, E and V Winiwarter, Eds. Umweltgeschichte. Zum historischen Verhältnis von Gesellschaft und Natur. ÖBV und HTP. pp. 167-190.

Schandl, H and M Fischer-Kowalski 1998. Sustainable Development als gegenwärtig letzte „große Erzählung“ [The grand narrative of sustainability]. In: Preglau, M and R Richter, Eds. Postmodernes Österreich? Konturen des Wandels in Wirtschaft, Gesellschaft, Politik und Kultur. Schriftenreihe des Zentrums für angewandte Politikforschung. Vol. 15. Signum Verlag. Wien. pp. 87-106.

Hüttler, W, Payer H and H Schandl 1997. Gibt es eine Entkoppelung von Wirtschaftswachstum und Ressourcenverbrauch? [Is there a de-linking of economic growth and resource use?]. In Fischer-Kowalski, M, H Haberl, W Hüttler, H Payer, H Schandl, V Winiwarter and H Zangerl-Weisz. Gesellschaftlicher Stoffwechsel und Kolonisierung von Natur. Ein Versuch in Sozialer Ökologie. Gordon and Breach Verlag Fakultas. Amsterdam. pp. 111-125.

Hüttler, W, Payer H and H Schandl 1997. Der Material-Stoffwechsel [Social metabolism and material flows]. In Fischer-Kowalski, M, H Haberl, W Hüttler, H Payer, H Schandl, V Winiwarter and H Zangerl-Weisz. Gesellschaftlicher Stoffwechsel und Kolonisierung von Natur. Ein Versuch in Sozialer Ökologie. Gordon and Breach Verlag Fakultas. Amsterdam 1997. pp. 67-79.

Pelikan, J and H Schandl 1997. Kooperatives Reden und Verhandeln in koedukativen Klassen: Welche Möglichkeiten eröffnen Alternativschulen? [Cooperative behaviour of students in free schools]. In: Lassnig, L and A Paseka, Eds. Schule Weiblich – Schule Männlich. Zum Geschlechterverhältnis im Bildungswesen. Studien Verlag. Wien und Innsbruck. pp. 89-107.

Lutz, J, H Schandl and R De Wilde 1996. Forschungsnotiz „Der Hochschullehrgang für ökologische Beratungsberufe“ [Ecological education]. In: Leuthold, M and R Schwendter, Eds. Veränderte Zeiten. Umweltberatung in Österreich. Edition Volkshochschule. Wien. pp. 339-351.

Schandl, H and A Dominik 1995. Was wird aus AlternativschülerInnen? [Future achievments of former free school students]. In Fischer-Kowalski, M, J Pelikan and H Schandl. Große Freiheit für kleine Monster? Alternativschulen und Regelschulen im Vergleich. Wien. Verlag für Gesellschaftskritik. pp. 185-260.

Pelikan, J and H Schandl 1995. Starke Mädchen und sensible Buben: Fördern Alternativschulen Brüche in der Rollenkonformität? [Strong girls and sensitive boys. Do free schools support changes in gender conformity?]. In Fischer-Kowalski, M, J Pelikan and H Schandl. Große Freiheit für kleine Monster? Alternativschulen und Regelschulen im Vergleich. Wien. Verlag für Gesellschaftskritik. pp. 149-171.

Pelikan, J and H Schandl 1995. Wie lösen Volksschulkinder Probleme und finden sie zu einer Entscheidung? [How do primary school students solve problems and make decisions?]. In Fischer-Kowalski, M, J Pelikan and H Schandl. Große Freiheit für kleine Monster? Alternativschulen und Regelschulen im Vergleich. Wien. Verlag für Gesellschaftskritik. pp. 81-148.

Reports since 2008 (19)

Hatfield-Dodds, S, PD Adams, TS Brinsmead, BA Bryan, FHS Chiew, JJ Finnigan, PW Graham, MJ Grundy, T Harwood, R McCallum, LE McKellar, D Newth, M Nolan, H Schandl, and A Wonhas 2015. Australian National Outlook 2015: Economic activity, resource use, environmental performance and living standards, 1970-2050. CSIRO, Canberra.

Schandl, H, J West, T Baynes, K Hosking, W Reinhardt, A Geschke and M Lenzen 2015. Indicators for a Resource Efficient and Green Asia. Measuring progress of sustainable consumption and production, green economy and resource efficiency policies in the Asia and the Pacific region. UNEP 154 pages.

Schandl, H 2015. Vulnerabilities and risks related to supply security and environmental and social impacts of natural resource use. Policy responses to enhance sustainable resource use and resource efficiency in Asia and the Pacific. Technical report for UNESCAP.

Fischer-Kowalski M, M Dittrich, N Eisenmenger, P Ekins, J Fulton, T Kastner, K Hosking, H Schandl, J West and TO Wiedmann. 2015. International Trade in Resources. A Biophysical Assessment. UNEP International resource Panel. Paris.

Bizikova, L, L Pinter, G Huppe, H Schandl, C Arden-Clarke, S Averous, A Mansion, C O’Connor 2015. Sustainable Consumption and Production Indicators for the Future SDGs. Paris, UNEP. 89 pages. https://www.iisd.org/publications/sustainable-consumption-and-production-indicators-future-sdgs

Bizikova, L, H Schandl, L Pinter and K Offerdahl 2014. Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) Targets & Indicators and the SDGs. UNEP post 2015 discussion paper 2. Paris, UNEP. 65 pages. https://www.iisd.org/sites/default/files/publications/scp_targets_indicators_unep.pdf

Schandl, H and A Chiu 2014. Indicators for a Resource Efficient and Green Asia. UNEP. 23 pages.

West, J and H Schandl 2013. Recent Trends in Material Flows and resource Productivity in Latin America and the Caribbean. UNEP. 70 pages (in English and Spanish).

West, J, H Schandl, S Heyenga, K Hosking and S Cheng 2013. Resource Efficiency and Economic Outlook for China. UNEP. 70 pages (in English and Chinese).

Schandl, H and K Hosking 2012. Responsible Resource Management for a Sustainable World: Findings from the International Resource Panel. UNEP. 36 pages.

West, J and H Schandl 2012. Recent Trends in Material Flows and resource Productivity in Asia and the Pacific. UNEP. 35 pages.

Schandl, H, S Heyenga, K Hosking, L Akenji, M Bengtsson, T R Bhattacharya, T Foran, R Gandhi, F Guo, P Walker and T Wiedmann 2012. SWITCH-ASIA Policy Support Component. Capacity Building and Policy Needs Assessment on Sustainable Consumption and Production. Bangkok, UNEP. 45 pages.

Baynes, T, H Schandl, A Herr and A Langston 2012. Opportunities and Challenges of Climate Impacts in Coastal Australia. Milestone 1 report for the Department of Climate change and Energy Efficiency, Canberra.

Schandl, H, T Baynes, K Collins, A Herr, K Hosking, S Keen, G Turner and J West 2011. Opportunities and challenges for climate adaptation and resource efficiency in a growing coastal population. Canberra and Brisbane, CSIRO. Second progress report: scenario overview and storylines.

Schandl, H, T Baynes, K Collins, B Harman, A Herr, K Hosking and Graham Turner 2010. Opportunities and challenges for climate adaptation and resource efficiency in a growing coastal population. Canberra and Brisbane, CSIRO. First progress report to the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency.

Schandl, H, S Heyenga, L Akenji, M Bengtsson and K Hosking 2012. SWITCH-Asia Policy Support Component. Canberra and Brisbane, CSIRO. Report to the United Nations Environment Programme.

Schandl, H, K Collins, S Heyenga and J West 2011. Sustainability Assessment of selected countries in the Pacific Islands. Canberra and Brisbane, CSIRO. Report to the CSIRO-AusAid Research for Development Alliance

Hatfield-Dodds S, G Turner, H Schandl and T Doss 2008. Growing the Green Collar Economy. Skills and Labour Challenges in Reducing our Greenhouse Emissions and National Environmental Footprint. Canberra, CSIRO. Report to the Dusseldorp Skills Forum.

Schandl, H, T Measham and K Hosking 2009. Canberra Integrated Waterways Feasibility Study – Social Processes Report. Canberra, CSIRO. Report for the ACT Government Territory and Municipal Services.

Roberts, B, H Schandl and W Sarosa 2008. Policy Note: Environmental Management for a Sustainable Economic Development Strategy for Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam. Canberra, CSIRO. Report to the World Bank (Indonesia).

Schandl H and T Darbas 2008. Surat Basin Scoping Study. Enhancing regional and Community Capacity for Mining and Energy Driven Development. Canberra. Report to the Southern Inland Queensland Area Consultative Committee.

General (5)

Schandl, H and TO Wiedmann 2013. ECOS Magazine 187. September 2013. http://www.ecosmagazine.com/paper/EC13206.htm

Schandl, H and TO Wiedmann 2013. Australia’s consumption of natural resources – a report card. The Conversation. 3 September 2013. http://theconversation.com/australias-consumption-of-natural-resources-a-report-card-17731

Schandl, H. 2012. The Clock is Ticking for Natural Resources. Interview for Monthly Asian Focus in March 2012 issue. www.iges.or.jp/en/news/topic/asianfocus201203.html (in English and Japanese)

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