HOPE-Project

Here you find all publications and drafts that we produced for HOPE.

 

 

HOPE-research results
  • Hermann, A., Fischer, H., Amelung, D., Litvine, D., Aall, C., Andersson, C., Baltruszewicz, M., Barbier, C., Bruyère, S., Bénévise, F., Dubois, G., Louis, V.R., Nilsson., M., Moberg, K. R., Sköld, B., Sauerborn, R. (2017). Household preferences for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in four european high-income countries : does health information matter? A mixed-methods study protocol, BMC Public Health. Download pdf
  • Moberg, K. R., Louis, V., Aall, C., Baltruszewicz, M., Ceron, J.-P., Reimerson, E., & Dorner, F. (2016). HOPE for reducing consumption-related GHG emissions? Conference: 1.5 Degrees: Meeting the challenges of the Paris Agreement Environmental Change Institute – Oxford University. Download pdf
  • Sauerborn, R., Aall, C., Nilsson, M., Barbier, C., Dubois, G., Wilkinson, P., & Louis, V. (2016). Household preferences to reduce their carbon footprint – a comparative study from 4 European cities. International Society for Environmental Epidemiology Annual Conference 2016, Rome.
  • Neuendorf, F., Sauerborn, R., Health co-benefits and household preferences for reducing
    greenhouse gas emission in Europe, Pitch Presentation, European Public Health Conference
    Milan 2015
HOPE-drafts
  • Mitigating household GHG emissions – the forgotten issue on climate policies: A comparison of local and national policies in four European high-income countries
  • The HOPE Study protocol: A mixed methods approach to assess household’s mitigation behavior under the scenario of a radical reduction in greenhouse gas emissions
  • The HOPE tool – theoretical basis for simulating households’ greenhouse gas emission reduction
  • Patterns of households’ greenhouse gas emissions: Comparative study of greenhouse gas footprints in four European high income countries
  • Households choices in reducing their greenhouse gas emissions: results and methodological challenges of a 2-stage simulation in an urban household sample from Germany, France, Norway and Sweden
  • Cost–effectiveness of households’ mitigation choices: a comparison of four European high income countries
  • Households’ perceptions of their role in mitigating climate change – a four country comparison of Germany, France, Norway and Sweden
  • Households’ preferences for reducing greenhouse gas emissions – motivators, barriers and policy implications
  • Does health matter? Health as a motivator for engaging households in climate change mitigation