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Gregory Peters
Gregory Peters
Professor, Department of Technology Management and Economics, Chalmers University of Technology
E-mail megerősítve itt: unsw.edu.au - Kezdőlap
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Environmental impact of textile reuse and recycling–A review
G Sandin, GM Peters
Journal of cleaner production 184, 353-365, 2018
6112018
The environmental price of fast fashion
K Niinimäki, G Peters, H Dahlbo, P Perry, T Rissanen, A Gwilt
Nature Reviews Earth & Environment 1 (4), 189-200, 2020
5212020
Life cycle assessment for sustainable metropolitan water systems planning
S Lundie, GM Peters, PC Beavis
Environmental Science & Technology 38 (13), 3465-3473, 2004
4632004
Review of methods addressing freshwater use in life cycle inventory and impact assessment
A Kounina, M Margni, JB Bayart, AM Boulay, M Berger, C Bulle, ...
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 18 (3), 707-721, 2013
3982013
Life cycle assessment of food waste management options
S Lundie, GM Peters
Journal of cleaner production 13 (3), 275-286, 2005
3812005
Red meat production in Australia: life cycle assessment and comparison with overseas studies
GM Peters, HV Rowley, S Wiedemann, R Tucker, MD Short, M Schulz
Environmental science & technology 44 (4), 1327-1332, 2010
2852010
Aggregating sustainability indicators: beyond the weighted sum
HV Rowley, GM Peters, S Lundie, SJ Moore
Journal of environmental management 111, 24-33, 2012
2422012
Life cycle assessment of clothing libraries: can collaborative consumption reduce the environmental impact of fast fashion?
B Zamani, G Sandin, GM Peters
Journal of cleaner production 162, 1368-1375, 2017
2412017
How city dwellers affect their resource hinterland: A spatial impact study of Australian households
M Lenzen, GM Peters
Journal of Industrial Ecology 14 (1), 73-90, 2010
1912010
Chemical contaminants in feedlot wastes: concentrations, effects and attenuation
SJ Khan, DJ Roser, CM Davies, GM Peters, RM Stuetz, R Tucker, ...
Environment international 34 (6), 839-859, 2008
1352008
A carbon footprint of textile recycling: A case study in Sweden
B Zamani, M Svanström, G Peters, T Rydberg
Journal of industrial ecology 19 (4), 676-687, 2015
1282015
Environmental comparison of biosolids management systems using life cycle assessment
GM Peters, HV Rowley
Environmental science & technology 43 (8), 2674-2679, 2009
1282009
Properties, performance and associated hazards of state-of-the-art durable water repellent (DWR) chemistry for textile finishing
H Holmquist, S Schellenberger, I van Der Veen, GM Peters, ...
Environment international 91, 251-264, 2016
1182016
Accounting for water use in Australian red meat production
GM Peters, SG Wiedemann, HV Rowley, RW Tucker
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 15 (3), 311-320, 2010
1142010
Using the planetary boundaries framework for setting impact-reduction targets in LCA contexts
G Sandin, GM Peters, M Svanström
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 20 (12), 1684-1700, 2015
1122015
A life cycle assessment (LCA)-based approach to guiding an industry sector towards sustainability: the case of the Swedish apparel sector
S Roos, B Zamani, G Sandin, GM Peters, M Svanström
Journal of Cleaner Production 133, 691-700, 2016
1102016
Life cycle assessment of construction materials: the influence of assumptions in end-of-life modelling
G Sandin, GM Peters, M Svanström
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 19 (4), 723-731, 2014
1102014
Review of life-cycle based methods for absolute environmental sustainability assessment and their applications
A Bjørn, C Chandrakumar, AM Boulay, G Doka, K Fang, N Gondran, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (8), 083001, 2020
1032020
Selenium in sediments, pore waters and benthic infauna of Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia
GM Peters, WA Maher, F Krikowa, AC Roach, HK Jeswani, JP Barford, ...
Marine Environmental Research 47 (5), 491-508, 1999
981999
A hybrid life cycle assessment model for comparison with conventional methodologies in Australia
HV Rowley, S Lundie, GM Peters
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 14 (6), 508-516, 2009
902009
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