Steve Hatfield-Dodds
TitleCited byYear
Governance and the capacity to manage resilience in regional social-ecological systems
L Lebel, JM Anderies, B Campbell, C Folke, S Hatfield-Dodds, TP Hughes, ...
12232006
Decoupling global environmental pressure and economic growth: scenarios for energy use, materials use and carbon emissions
H Schandl, S Hatfield-Dodds, T Wiedmann, A Geschke, Y Cai, J West, ...
Journal of cleaner production 132, 45-56, 2016
2192016
Towards a ‘science of sustainability’: Improving the way ecological economics understands human well-being
S Dodds
Ecological economics 23 (2), 95-111, 1997
1551997
Saving freshwater from salts
M Cañedo-Argüelles, CP Hawkins, BJ Kefford, RB Schäfer, BJ Dyack, ...
Science 351 (6276), 914-916, 2016
1062016
Australia is ‘free to choose’economic growth and falling environmental pressures
S Hatfield-Dodds, H Schandl, PD Adams, TM Baynes, TS Brinsmead, ...
Nature 527 (7576), 49, 2015
952015
Adaptive governance: An introduction and implications for public policy
S Hatfield-Dodds, R Nelson, DC Cook
792007
Supply of carbon sequestration and biodiversity services from Australia's agricultural land under global change
BA Bryan, M Nolan, TD Harwood, JD Connor, J Navarro-Garcia, D King, ...
Global Environmental Change 28, 166-181, 2014
552014
Growing the Green Collar Economy: Skills and labour challenges in reducing our greenhouse emissions and national environmental footprint; report to the Dusseldrop Skills Forum
S Hatfield-Dodds, G Turner, H Schandl, T Ross
Canberra, ACT, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, 2008
552008
Land-use and sustainability under intersecting global change and domestic policy scenarios: Trajectories for Australia to 2050
BA Bryan, M Nolan, L McKellar, JD Connor, D Newth, T Harwood, D King, ...
Global environmental change 38, 130-152, 2016
502016
Modelling Australian land use competition and ecosystem services with food price feedbacks at high spatial resolution
JD Connor, BA Bryan, M Nolan, F Stock, L Gao, S Dunstall, P Graham, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 69, 141-154, 2015
432015
Assessing global resource use and greenhouse emissions to 2050, with ambitious resource efficiency and climate mitigation policies
S Hatfield-Dodds, H Schandl, D Newth, M Obersteiner, Y Cai, T Baynes, ...
Journal of cleaner production 144, 403-414, 2017
382017
The role of communication and attitudes research in the evolution of effective resource management arrangements
GJ Syme, S Hatfield-Dodds
Managing water for Australia: The social and institutional challenges, 2007
322007
Scenarios for Australian agricultural production and land use to 2050
MJ Grundy, BA Bryan, M Nolan, M Battaglia, S Hatfield-Dodds, JD Connor, ...
Agricultural Systems 142, 70-83, 2016
312016
Australian National Outlook 2015 Technical Report: Economic Activity, Resource Use, Environmental Performance and Living Standards, 1970-2060
Hatfield-Dodds S, McKellar L, Brinsmead TS, Bryan BA, Graham P, Grundy M ...
CSIRO, 2015
31*2015
Economic growth and human well-being
S Dodds
Human Ecology and Human Economy, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1997
291997
Energy affordability, living standards and emissions trading: Assessing the social impacts of achieving deep cuts in Australian greenhouse emissions
S Hatfield-Dodds, R Denniss
Report to the Climate Institute, CSIRO, 2008
28*2008
The catchment care principle: A new equity principle for environmental policy, with advantages for efficiency and adaptive governance
S Hatfield-Dodds
Ecological Economics 56 (3), 373-385, 2006
282006
Rural Australia providing climate solutions
S Hatfield-Dodds, J Carwardine, M Dunlop, P Graham, C Klein
Preliminary Report to the Australian Agricultural Alliance on Climate Change …, 2007
272007
Pathways and paradigms for sustaining human communities
S Hatfield-Dodds
Open House International 24, 6-16, 1999
261999
Leader, follower or free rider? The economic impacts of different Australian emission targets
S Hatfield-Dodds, EK Jackson, PD Adams, W Gerardi
The Climate Institute, Sydney, Australia, 2007
252007
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