Michalis Hadjikakou
Michalis Hadjikakou
Senior Lecturer, School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Deakin University
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Ultra‐processed foods and the nutrition transition: Global, regional and national trends, food systems transformations and political economy drivers
P Baker, P Machado, T Santos, K Sievert, K Backholer, M Hadjikakou, ...
Obesity Reviews 21 (12), e13126, 2020
Impact of climate change on the water resources of the eastern Mediterranean and Middle East region: Modeled 21st century changes and implications
J Chenoweth, P Hadjinicolaou, A Bruggeman, J Lelieveld, Z Levin, ...
Water Resources Research 47 (6), 2011
Understanding the LCA and ISO water footprint: A response to Hoekstra (2016)“A critique on the water-scarcity weighted water footprint in LCA”
S Pfister, AM Boulay, M Berger, M Hadjikakou, M Motoshita, T Hess, ...
Ecological Indicators 72, 352-359, 2017
Compiling and using input–output frameworks through collaborative virtual laboratories
M Lenzen, A Geschke, T Wiedmann, J Lane, N Anderson, T Baynes, ...
Science of The Total Environment 485, 241-251, 2014
Estimating the direct and indirect water use of tourism in the eastern Mediterranean
M Hadjikakou, J Chenoweth, G Miller
Journal of Environmental Management 114, 548-556, 2013
Quantifying the human impact on water resources: a critical review of the water footprint concept
J Chenoweth, M Hadjikakou, C Zoumides
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (6), 2325-2342, 2014
Urban carbon transformations: unravelling spatial and inter-sectoral linkages for key city industries based on multi-region input–output analysis
G Chen, M Hadjikakou, T Wiedmann
Journal of Cleaner Production 163, 224-240, 2017
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals Requires Transdisciplinary Innovation at the Local Scale
EA Moallemi, S Malekpour, M Hadjikakou, R Raven, K Szetey, D Ningrum, ...
One Earth 3 (3), 300-313, 2020
Trimming the excess: environmental impacts of discretionary food consumption in Australia
M Hadjikakou
Ecological Economics 131, 119-128, 2017
Transnational city carbon footprint networks–Exploring carbon links between Australian and Chinese cities
G Chen, T Wiedmann, Y Wang, M Hadjikakou
Applied Energy 184, 1082-1092, 2016
Overconsumption of Energy and Excessive Discretionary Food Intake Inflates Dietary Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Australia
GA Hendrie, D Baird, B Ridoutt, M Hadjikakou, M Noakes
Nutrients 8 (11), 690, 2016
Towards meaningful consumption-based planetary boundary indicators: The phosphorus exceedance footprint
M Li, T Wiedmann, M Hadjikakou
Global Environmental Change 54, 227-238, 2019
From water use to water scarcity footprinting in environmentally extended input-output analysis
BG Ridoutt, M Hadjikakou, M Nolan, BA Bryan
Environmental Science & Technology 52 (52), 6761-6770, 2018
Policy-relevant indicators for semi-arid nations: The water footprint of crop production and supply utilization of Cyprus
C Zoumides, A Bruggeman, M Hadjikakou, T Zachariadis
Ecological Indicators 43, 205-214, 2014
High-resolution wall-to-wall land-cover mapping and land change assessment for Australia from 1985 to 2015
M Calderón-Loor, M Hadjikakou, BA Bryan
Remote Sensing of Environment 252, 112148, 2020
The livestock sector and planetary boundaries: A ‘limits to growth’perspective with dietary implications
N Bowles, S Alexander, M Hadjikakou
Ecological Economics 160, 128-136, 2019
City Carbon Footprint Networks
G Chen, T Wiedmann, M Hadjikakou, H Rowley
Energies 9 (8), 602, 2016
A comprehensive framework for comparing water use intensity across different tourist types
M Hadjikakou, G Miller, J Chenoweth, A Druckman, C Zoumides
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, DOI: 10.1080/09669582.2015, 2015
Local Agenda 2030 for sustainable development
EA Moallemi, S Malekpour, M Hadjikakou, R Raven, K Szetey, ...
The Lancet Planetary Health 3 (6), e240-e241, 2019
Global warming impact of suburbanization: the case of Sydney
G Chen, M Hadjikakou, T Wiedmann, L Shi
Journal of Cleaner Production 172, 287-301, 2018
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