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Hasan, M. A. Frame, D. J.
Acceptability of Transport Emissions Reduction Policies: A Multi-Criteria Analysis.
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews,
133, 110298.
Ürge-Vorsatz, D.
1.5°C of Global Warming: Can We Still Get There? Insights from the Urban Development Sector.
In L. Grant, H. Viggers & P. Howden-Chapman (Eds.), Improving Buildings, Cutting Carbon,
Wellington, New Zealand: Steele Roberts, Aotearoa
Climate change, extreme rainfall events, drinking water and enteric disease.
Reviews on Environmental Health,
34(1).
Hess, J.J. Ranadive, N. Boyer, C.J. Aleksandrowicz, L. ... et al.
Guidelines for Modeling and Reporting Health Effects of Climate Change Mitigation Actions.
Environmental Health Perspectives,
128(11):115001
Mizdrak, A. Cobiac, L. J. Cleghorn, C. L. Blakely, T.
Fuelling walking and cycling: human powered locomotion is associated with non-negligible greenhouse gas emissions.
Scientific reports
10(1).
Chambers, T. Shaw, C. Ball, J. Cleghorn, C.
New Zealand's Climate Change Commission report: The critical need to address the missing health co-benefits of reducing emissions.
New Zealand Medical Journal
134(1542), 109-118.
Sobiecki, L.
The future of Wellington’s bus fleet: The environmental and health implications of different upgrade options for Wellington’s bus fleet.
NZ Centre for Sustainable Cities Policy Paper
Victoria University of Wellington & NZ Centre for Sustainable Cities, May 2016
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