Water pressure and increases in food and bioenergy demand - implications of economic growth and options for de-coupling

Author(s): Lundqvist, J., J. Barron, G. Berndes, A. Berntell, M. Falkenmark, L. Karlberg, and J. Rockström
In: ‘Scenarios on economic growth and resource demand´ Background report to the Swedish Environmental Advisory Council memorandum 2007:1
Year: 2007
Type: Report
Theme affiliation: Landscapes
Link to centre authors: Falkenmark, Malin, Rockström, Johan
Full reference: Lundqvist, J., J. Barron, G. Berndes, A. Berntell, M. Falkenmark, L. Karlberg, and J. Rockström. 2007. Water pressure and increases in food and bioenergy demand - implications of economic growth and options for de-coupling (ch.3). ‘Scenarios on economic growth and resource demand´ Background report to the Swedish Environmental Advisory Council memorandum 2007:1

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