Alexandros Gasparatos
Alexandros Gasparatos
Associate Professor, University of Tokyo
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TitleCited byYear
A critical review of reductionist approaches for assessing the progress towards sustainability
A Gasparatos, M El-Haram, M Horner
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 28 (4-5), 286-311, 2008
3632008
Biofuels, ecosystem services and human wellbeing: putting biofuels in the ecosystem services narrative
A Gasparatos, P Stromberg, K Takeuchi
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 142 (3-4), 111-128, 2011
2112011
Choosing the most appropriate sustainability assessment tool
A Gasparatos, A Scolobig
Ecological Economics 80, 1-7, 2012
1942012
Embedded value systems in sustainability assessment tools and their implications
A Gasparatos
Journal of environmental management 91 (8), 1613-1622, 2010
1532010
The argument against a reductionist approach for measuring sustainable development performance and the need for methodological pluralism
A Gasparatos, M El-Haram, M Horner
Accounting Forum 33 (3), 245-256, 2009
1362009
Renewable energy and biodiversity: Implications for transitioning to a Green Economy
A Gasparatos, CNH Doll, M Esteban, A Ahmed, TA Olang
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 70, 161-184, 2017
1172017
Cities and biodiversity: Perspectives and governance challenges for implementing the convention on biological diversity (CBD) at the city level
JAP de Oliveira, O Balaban, CNH Doll, R Moreno-Peñaranda, ...
Biological Conservation 144 (5), 1302-1313, 2011
1152011
Assessing the sustainability of the UK society using thermodynamic concepts: Part 2
A Gasparatos, M El-Haram, M Horner
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 13 (5), 956-970, 2009
942009
Biofuels in sub-Sahara Africa: Drivers, impacts and priority policy areas
A Gasparatos, GP von Maltitz, FX Johnson, L Lee, M Mathai, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 45, 879-901, 2015
812015
The rise, fall and potential resilience benefits of Jatropha in Southern Africa
G Von Maltitz, A Gasparatos, C Fabricius
Sustainability 6 (6), 3615-3643, 2014
632014
Sustainability impacts of first-generation biofuels
A Gasparatos, P Stromberg, K Takeuchi
Animal Frontiers 3 (2), 12-26, 2013
512013
Anaerobic digestion of undiluted simulant human excreta for sanitation and energy recovery in less-developed countries
J Colón, AA Forbis-Stokes, MA Deshusses
Energy for Sustainable Development 29, 57-64, 2015
47*2015
Environmental support, energy security and economic growth in Japan
A Gasparatos, T Gadda
Energy Policy 37 (10), 4038-4048, 2009
402009
Biofuels in Africa: impacts on ecosystem services, biodiversity and human well-being
A Gasparatos, LY Lee, GP Von Maltitz, MV Mathai, JA Puppim de Oliveira, ...
United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies, 2012
382012
The argument against a reductionist approach for assessing sustainability
A Gasparatos, M El-Haram, M Horner
International Conference on Whole Life Urban Sustainability and its …, 2007
382007
Impacts of land use change due to biofuel crops on climate regulation services: five case studies in Malawi, Mozambique and Swaziland
C Romeu-Dalmau, A Gasparatos, G von Maltitz, A Graham, ...
Biomass and Bioenergy 114, 30-40, 2018
352018
Jatropha cultivation in Malawi and Mozambique: impact on ecosystem services, local human well-being, and poverty alleviation
GP von Maltitz, A Gasparatos, C Fabricius, A Morris, KJ Willis
Ecology and Society 21 (3), 2016
352016
Resource consumption in Japanese agriculture and its link to food security
A Gasparatos
Energy Policy 39 (3), 1101-1112, 2011
342011
Sustainable production and consumption of palm oil in Indonesia: What can stakeholder perceptions offer to the debate?
R Moreno-Peñaranda, A Gasparatos, P Stromberg, A Suwa, ...
Sustainable Production and Consumption 4, 16-35, 2015
322015
Biofuel development in Ghana: policies of expansion and drivers of failure in the jatropha sector
A Ahmed, BB Campion, A Gasparatos
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 70, 133-149, 2017
312017
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