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.
Steinbach et al. (2018)
PRINCE slutrapporten, publicerade av Naturvårdsverket
The final report of the PRINCE project to the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency
This booklet combines an overview of the research carried out under PRINCE with summaries of 16 peer-reviewed journal articles produced by the PRINCE team.
Links to individual papers can be found below.
Dawkins and Trimmer (2016)
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.
Journal of Cleaner Production. Cederberg et al. (2019)
A summary of the main PRINCE findings on the environmental footprint of Swedish food consumption
Journal of Cleaner Production. Croft et al. (2018)
Describes the methodology behind the PRINCE case study "Finer-grained footprinting to account for subnational variations"
Journal of Cleaner Production. Dawkins et al. (2019)
Compares carbon footprint results for Swedish consumption from a range of models, and offers insights and recommendations for developing a system of policy-relevant indicators of the environmental pressures linked to consumption, both inside and beyond a country’s borders.
Ecological Economics. de Boer et al. (2019)
How far can source-shifting reduce Europe's environmental footprints?
Journal of Cleaner Production. Fauré et al. (2019)
Hotspots results for 2014 generated with the PRINCE model
Journal of Cleaner Production. Joyce et al. (2019)
The outcomes of a PRINCE case study on information and communication technology consumption
Journal of Industrial Ecology. Moran et al. (2018)
Would feedback loops compromise environmental indicators generated from the PRINCE hybrid model?
Environmental Impact Assessment Review. Nordborg et al. (2017)
Follow-up to "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.
Journal of Cleaner Production. Palm et al. (2019)
Headline macroindicators for 2008–2014 generated with the PRINCE model.
Global Environmental Change. Pendrill et al. (2019)
This article presents a pan-tropical survey of deforestation-related emissions, coupled with supply-chain mapping, allocating emissions to consumer markets for cattle and oilseed products.
Environmental Research Letters. Pendrill et al. (2019)
Quantifies deforestation embedded in production of agricultural and forestry commodities across the tropics using a land-balance model, and then allocates them to consumer countries.
Journal of Cleaner Production. Persson et al. (2019)
This article presents the new PRINCE indicators for chemicals use and emissions.
Journal of Cleaner Production. Schim van der Loeff et al. (2018).
A new approach for accurately calculating greenhouse gas and air pollution emissions from marine cargo shipping, and attributing them to countries, vessels and products.
Journal of Cleaner Production. Schmidt et al. (2019)
This article presents PRINCE results for Sweden's greenhouse gas footprint over a 20-year period.
Environmental Impact Assessment Review. Sörme et al. (2016)
Proposes a way of using data on point-source emissions from the European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register (E-PRTR) in constructing national hazardous chemical footprint indicators.
Journal of Cleaner Production. West et al. (2019)
This article describes the methodology behind the PRINCE case study "Indicators for environmental impacts of capture fisheries"
Wood and Palm (2016)
Conference paper introducing PRINCE, especially linking EXIOBASE and Swedish national input-output tables.