To share what we learn in the PRINCE project, we will produce a range of academic papers, reports and briefs. Read more about our PRINCE publications below.
A new paper by a team including PRINCE Consortium members Viveka Palm and Göran Finnveden proposes a way of using data on point-source emissions from the European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register (E-PRTR) to start constructing national hazardous chemical footprint indicators.
A short introduction to the PRINCE project: What will PRINCE deliver? Who is involved? What environmental indicators will PRINCE develop?
This brief outlines how Swedish national statistics will be linked with a global model of material flows and related environmental pressures to create the core of PRINCE’s comprehensive consumption-based national accounting system.
This paper follows up on 2016's "Using E-PRTR data on point source emissions to air and water—First steps towards a national chemical footprint", producing updated national human toxicity and ecotoxicity footprints for Sweden using a new version of the USEtox model.
Conference paper introducing PRINCE, especially linking EXIOBASE and Swedish national input-output tables.
Would feedback loops compromise environmental indicators generated from the PRINCE hybrid model?