Martin Persson
Martin Persson
Professor, Physical Resource Theory, Chalmers University of Technology
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An even sterner review: Introducing relative prices into the discounting debate
T Sterner, UM Persson
Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2008
The effectiveness of payments for environmental services
J Börner, K Baylis, E Corbera, D Ezzine-de-Blas, J Honey-Rosés, ...
World development 96, 359-374, 2017
Mainstreaming impact evaluation in nature conservation
K Baylis, J Honey‐Rosés, J Börner, E Corbera, D Ezzine‐de‐Blas, ...
Conservation Letters 9 (1), 58-64, 2016
Trading forests: land-use change and carbon emissions embodied in production and exports of forest-risk commodities
S Henders, UM Persson, T Kastner
Environmental Research Letters 10 (12), 125012, 2015
Agricultural and forestry trade drives large share of tropical deforestation emissions
F Pendrill, UM Persson, J Godar, T Kastner, D Moran, S Schmidt, R Wood
Global environmental change 56, 1-10, 2019
Transparency and sustainability in global commodity supply chains
TA Gardner, M Benzie, J Börner, E Dawkins, S Fick, R Garrett, J Godar, ...
World Development 121, 163-177, 2019
Including carbon emissions from deforestation in the carbon footprint of Brazilian beef
C Cederberg, UM Persson, K Neovius, S Molander, R Clift
Environmental science & technology 45 (5), 1773-1779, 2011
Deforestation displaced: trade in forest-risk commodities and the prospects for a global forest transition
F Pendrill, UM Persson, J Godar, T Kastner
Environmental Research Letters 14 (5), 055003, 2019
Towards more accurate and policy relevant footprint analyses: tracing fine-scale socio-environmental impacts of production to consumption
J Godar, UM Persson, EJ Tizado, P Meyfroidt
Ecological Economics 112, 25-35, 2015
Allowance allocation in the European emissions trading system: a commentary
M Grubb, C Azar, UM Persson
Climate Policy, 127-136, 2018
Conditional cash transfers and payments for environmental services—a conceptual framework for explaining and judging differences in outcomes
U Martin Persson, F Alpízar
World Development 43, 124-137, 2013
The Cost of Using Global Warming Potentials: Analysing the Trade off Between CO2, CH4 and N2O
DJA Johansson, UM Persson, C Azar
Climatic Change 77, 291-309, 2006
Emerging evidence on the effectiveness of tropical forest conservation
J Börner, K Baylis, E Corbera, D Ezzine-de-Blas, PJ Ferraro, ...
PloS one 11 (11), e0159152, 2016
A method for calculating a land‐use change carbon footprint (LUC‐CFP) for agricultural commodities–applications to Brazilian beef and soy, Indonesian palm oil
UM Persson, S Henders, C Cederberg
Global change biology 20 (11), 3482-3491, 2014
Potential increase of legal deforestation in Brazilian Amazon after Forest Act revision
FLM Freitas, G Sparovek, G Berndes, UM Persson, O Englund, A Barretto, ...
Nature Sustainability 1 (11), 665-670, 2018
Preserving the World’s Tropical Forests A Price on Carbon May Not Do
UM Persson, C Azar
Environmental Science & Technology 44 (1), 210-215, 2010
Analyzing key constraints to biogas production from crop residues and manure in the EU—A spatially explicit model
R Einarsson, UM Persson
PloS one 12 (1), e0171001, 2017
Climate metrics and the carbon footprint of livestock products: where’s the beef?
UM Persson, DJA Johansson, C Cederberg, F Hedenus, D Bryngelsson
Environmental Research Letters 10 (3), 034005, 2015
Have countries with lax environmental regulations a comparative advantage in polluting industries?
M Quiroga, T Sterner, M Persson
Context matters: exploring the cost-effectiveness of fixed payments and procurement auctions for PES
L Lundberg, UM Persson, F Alpizar, K Lindgren
Ecological Economics 146, 347-358, 2018
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