Presentation of framework of sub-national supply chain models The International Industrial Ecology Day 2021 under the topic of “Global Science for Global Sustainability” is organized as a 24-hour international online event on June 21st. Hanspeter Wieland from the FINEPRINT team contributes to a session on ‘Frontiers in Environmental Input-Output Analysis’. He [...]
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Luckeneder, S., Giljum, S., Schaffartzik, A., Maus, V., Tost, M., 2021. Surge in global metal mining threatens vulnerable ecosystems. Global Environmental Change 69, 102303. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2021.102303. Journal Link Global expansion of mining activities Mining activities induce profound changes to societies and the environment they inhabit. In the last two decades, [...]
Jan Sievernich, Stefan Giljum & Sebastian Luckeneder
In this Brief, we used 1 km resolution data and expert interviews to identify and explain deforestation patterns around mines in Indonesia.
Victor Maus, Stefan Giljum, Jakob Gutschlhofer, Sebastian Luckeneder & Mirko Lieber
We investigated six thousand active mining sites across the globe through visual interpretation of satellite images and found that that mining activities around the world occupy 57,277 km².
Maus, V., Giljum, S., Gutschlhofer, J., da Silva, D.M., Probst, M., Gass, S.L.B., Luckeneder, S., Lieber, M., MacCullum, I., 2020. A global-scale data set of mining areas. Nature Scientific Data (7), 289. Journal Link Missing information on land area used by global mining activities Our modern lifestyles and consumption patterns [...]
Mara Weiß, Stefan Giljum & Sebastian Luckeneder
In this Brief, we analysed around 300 mining conflicts in Latin America to find out which factors influence different conflict escalation stages.
Moran, D., Giljum, S., Kanemoto, K., Godar, J., 2020. From satellite to supply chain: new approaches connect earth observation to economic decisions. One Earth 3 (1), 5–8. Journal Link Need for fine-scale tools for economic decision-making Despite broad awareness of sustainability issues related to global supply chains, satisfactory data and [...]
Using satellite earth observations to map global resource extraction and related environmental impactssgiljum2020-03-16T15:25:03+01:00
Victor Maus & Stefan Giljum
In this Brief, we discuss the potentials of remote sensing data to analyse spatiotemporal patterns of resource extraction and impacts and present examples from the agricultural and mining sectors.
FINEPRINT @ IE Lab Conference 2020 Hanspeter Wieland from the FINEPRINT team joined the Industrial Ecology Virtual Laboratory (IELab) Conference 2020 that took place in Mount Victoria (New South Wales/Australia) from 3-5 of February. Developers and users of the IELab met for two days to widen community awareness and usage of [...]
Stephan Lutter & Stefan Giljum
Metal mining has an important impact on the local water availability and scarcity. In this Brief, we analyse the water use by the Chilean copper industry in 2018.