Ralph Horne
Ralph Horne
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Limits to labels: The role of eco‐labels in the assessment of product sustainability and routes to sustainable consumption
RE Horne
International Journal of consumer studies 33 (2), 175-182, 2009
3392009
Life Cycle Assessment: Principles, Practice and Prospects
R Horne, T Grant, K Verghese
269*2009
Transitioning to low carbon communities—from behaviour change to systemic change: Lessons from Australia
S Moloney, RE Horne, J Fien
Energy policy 38 (12), 7614-7623, 2010
2562010
Life cycle cost implications of energy efficiency measures in new residential buildings
J Morrissey, RE Horne
Energy and buildings 43 (4), 915-924, 2011
1892011
Affordable passive solar design in a temperate climate: An experiment in residential building orientation
J Morrissey, T Moore, RE Horne
Renewable Energy 36 (2), 568-577, 2011
1802011
Beyond behaviour change: Practical applications of social practice theory in behaviour change programmes
Y Strengers, S Moloney, C Maller, R Horne
Social Practices, Intervention and Sustainability, 63-77, 2014
130*2014
Green renovations: Intersections of daily routines, housing aspirations and narratives of environmental sustainability
C Maller, R Horne, T Dalton
Housing, Theory and Society 29 (3), 255-275, 2012
1172012
Evaluation of the comparative energy, global warming and socio-economic costs and benefits of biodiesel
ND Mortimer, P Cormack, MA Elsayed, RE Horne
Report to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Contract …, 2003
87*2003
Towards global benchmarking for sustainable homes: an international comparison of the energy performance of housing
R Horne, C Hayles
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 23 (2), 119-130, 2008
792008
PIQET: the design and development of an online ‘streamlined’LCA tool for sustainable packaging design decision support
KL Verghese, R Horne, A Carre
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 15 (6), 608-620, 2010
762010
Well-to-Wheel evaluation for production of ethanol from wheat. A report by the LowCVP fuels working group, WTW sub-group
G Punter, D Rickeard, JF Larivé, R Edwards, N Mortimer, R Horne, ...
Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP). London: LowCVP, 2004
76*2004
Routes of reuse of second-hand goods in Melbourne households
R Lane, R Horne, J Bicknell
Australian Geographer 40 (2), 151-168, 2009
732009
Australian suburban house building: Industry organisation, practices and constraints. AHURI Final Report No.213
T Dalton, J Hurley, E Gharaie, R Wakefield, R Horne
Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 2013
72*2013
Living lightly: how does climate change feature in residential home improvements and what are the implications for policy?
CJ Maller, RE Horne
Urban Policy and Research 29 (1), 59-72, 2011
702011
Australian suburban house building: Industry organisation, practices and constraints. Positioning Paper No. 143
T Dalton, R Wakefield, R Horne
Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 2011
66*2011
Low carbon urban transitioning: from local experimentation to urban transformation?
S Moloney, R Horne
Sustainability 7 (3), 2437-2453, 2015
652015
Cost-benefit assessment of energy efficiency investments: Accounting for future resources, savings and risks in the Australian residential sector
J Morrissey, B Meyrick, D Sivaraman, RE Horne, M Berry
Energy Policy 54, 148-159, 2013
522013
Energy and greenhouse gas emissions for bioethanol production from wheat grain and sugar beet
ND Mortimer, MA Elsayed, RE Horne
Resources Research Unit School Of Environment And Development, Sheffield …, 2004
502004
Dwelling performance and adaptive summer comfort in low-income Australian households
T Moore, I Ridley, Y Strengers, C Maller, R Horne
Building Research & Information 45 (4), 443-456, 2017
412017
Zero emission housing: Policy development in Australia and comparisons with the EU, UK, USA and California
T Moore, R Horne, J Morrissey
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 11, 25-45, 2014
372014
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