FINEPRINT @ International Resource Politics Conference The FINEPRINT team organised a special session at the 2nd Austrian Conference on International Resource Politics that took place in Innsbruck from 28th of February to 2nd of March. The session was entitled “FINEPRINT: geospatial assessments of the environmental impacts of global resource extraction”. We [...]
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Giljum S., Wieland H., Lutter S., Eisenmenger N., Schandl H., Owen A. 2019. The impacts of data deviations between MRIO models on material footprints: A comparison of EXIOBASE, Eora, and ICIO. Journal of Industrial Ecology. PDF Journal Link
Sebastian Luckeneder, Mirko Lieber & Stefan Giljum
Sub-national mining data from different sources is not fully consistent. In this Brief, we analyse these inconsistencies using example data sets for the case of Peru and introduce measures how to overcome them.
Martin Bruckner & Stefan Giljum
This Brief introduces FABIO, a new model that analyses biomass flows and embodied land along global supply chains in 191 countries, covering 130 agriculture and food products in physical and more than 50 industrial products in monetary terms over the last three decades.
FINEPRINT @ Earth Observation Open Science Conference European Space Agency's Φ-week Technologies that are coming together right now provide large computing power and access to a vast range of new satellite sensors. The integration of Big Earth Observation (EO) data brings about vast opportunities to develop novel analytical solutions towards [...]
Mirko Lieber, Sebastian Luckeneder & Stefan Giljum
For creating raw material extraction maps with world-wide coverage, extraction data from different and often highly heterogeneous sources is used. In this Brief, we describe our methodological approach to achieve highest possible data consistency when elaborating global mining maps.
Piñero, P., Bruckner, M., Wieland, H., Pongrácz, E., Giljum, S. 2018. The raw material basis of global value chains: allocating environmental responsibility based on value generation. Economic Systems Research. Journal Link
Victor Maus, Nikolas Kuschnig & Stefan Giljum
With the ongoing reproducibility crisis casting doubts on scientific findings, we follow strict transparency and reproducibility in the FINEPRINT project, applying state-of-the-art, open tools and best practice research guidelines.
Launch of FINEPRINT repository on GitHub Open and reproducible science There is a rapidly growing group of researchers that follows a community-based and open-source paradigm for further developing data bases, models, assessment approaches and options for visualisation of results. In FINEPRINT, we want to contribute actively to this movement, making [...]
The global cropland footprint of the non-food bioeconomy First assessment of EU's global cropland footprint of non-food biomass products A new publication by members of the FINEPRINT team working on global footprinting and colleagues from partner institutions presents the first assessment of the global cropland footprint related to EU's consumption [...]