Supplementary material

Here you may find the supplementary material used for some papers published for the HOPE project

References

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Online questionnaire

  • The online questionnaire (english) SurveyMonkey_Print_version_JF_28042016 used in the survey protocol  mentioned in the articles :
    • Household preferences for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in four european high-income countries : does health information matter? A mixed-methods study protocol (published in august 2017)
    • A dynamic and generic household carbon footprint calculator and reduction simulator (to be submitted in october 2017)

Simulator

  • List of formulas FormulasUsedforComputation_HOPETool_oct17 quoted in the articles :  
    • A dynamic and generic household carbon footprint calculator and reduction simulator (to be submitted in october 2017)
  • List of emission factors EmissionFactors_Simulator_oct17 quoted in the articles
    • A dynamic and generic household carbon footprint calculator and reduction simulator (to be submitted in october 2017)
  • List of economic prices ListOfEconomicPrices_Simulator_oct17 quoted in the articles
    • A dynamic and generic household carbon footprint calculator and reduction simulator (to be submitted in october 2017)

 

Supplementary material in articles

  • Household preferences to reduce their greenhouse gas footprint: a comparative study from four European cities: Supplementary
    Find enclosed:
    Figure5                       – Regression Income vs. Baseline carbon footprint;
    Footprint                     – Illustration scheme over the structure of households carbon footprint;
    HOPE_questionnaire  – The full survey in english that participants filled in prior to the study;
    Sector_spec                – Four graphs portraying each household sector’s baseline carbon footprint by the commodities they are build from;
    S1                               – Tables on carbon footprints, simulation results, specific data on plane and car usage, regression results and the quintile assessment refered to in the article. S1 include TableA-TableK;
    S2                               – A table displaying each household sector’s action cards. This table is a numeric complement to Figure3.