Background and activities
Konstantin Stadler is the manager and lead researcher of the Industrial Ecology Digital Laboratory at the Department of Energy and Process Engineering (NTNU).
Konstantin leads activities in the digital lab:
- Consolidate and refine available digital infrastructure
- Establish code and data exchange standards
- Develop novel analysis tools for the Industrial Ecology Programme
His research focus on the environmental and social consequences of economic activities. He has contributed to the data compilation tasks for building the Environmentally Extended Multi-Regional Input-Output Database EXIOBASE 2 (fp7 project CREEA: Compiling and Refining Environmental and Economic Accounts) and served as a work package leader of the fp7 project DESIRE (Development of a System of Indicators for a Resource Efficient Europe) and GLAMURS (Green Lifestyles, Alternative Models and Upscaling Regional Sustainability). Konstantin also contributes to the EE MRIO application aspects within the fp7 project CARBON CAP (Consumption-based Accounting and Policy) and develops open source software for EE MRIO analysis. He has a PhD in Neuroscience from the Charite Berlin / FU Berlin.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2019) Connecting global emissions to fundamental human needs and their satisfaction. Environmental Research Letters. vol. 14 (1).
- (2019) The Environmental Impact of Green Consumption and Sufficiency Lifestyles Scenarios in Europe: Connecting Local Sustainability Visions to Global Consequences. Ecological Economics. vol. 164.
- (2019) Beyond peak emission transfers: historical impacts of globalization and future impacts of climate policies on international emission transfers. Climate Policy.
- (2019) Variation in trends of consumption based carbon accounts. Scientific Data. vol. 6.
- (2018) Trade and the role of non-food commodities for global eutrophication. Nature Sustainability. vol. 1 (6).
- (2018) Nullius in Verba: Advancing Data Transparency in Industrial Ecology. Journal of Industrial Ecology. vol. 22 (1).
- (2018) EXIOBASE 3: Developing a time series of detailed environmentally extended multi‐regional input‐output tables. Journal of Industrial Ecology. vol. 22 (3).
- (2018) Headline Environmental Indicators Revisited with the Global Multi-Regional Input-Output Database EXIOBASE. Journal of Industrial Ecology. vol. 22 (3).
- (2018) Towards robust, authoritative assessments of environmental impacts embodied in trade: Current state and recommendations. Journal of Industrial Ecology. vol. 22 (3).
- (2018) Prioritizing Consumption-Based Carbon Policy Based on the Evaluation of Mitigation Potential Using Input-Output Methods. Journal of Industrial Ecology. vol. 22 (3).
- (2018) Growth in Environmental Footprints and Environmental Impacts Embodied in Trade: Resource Efficiency Indicators from EXIOBASE3. Journal of Industrial Ecology. vol. 22 (3).
- (2017) Mapping the carbon footprint of EU regions. Environmental Research Letters. vol. 12 (5).
- (2017) Industrial ecology in integrated assessment models. Nature Climate Change. vol. 7.
- (2017) The Virtual IELab – an exercise in replicating part of the EXIOBASE V.2 production pipeline in a virtual laboratory. Economic Systems Research. vol. 29 (2).
- (2017) The country converter coco - a Python package for converting country names between different classification schemes. Journal of Open Source Software (JOSS). vol. 2 (16).
- (2017) Resource footprints and their ecosystem consequences. Scientific Reports. vol. 7.
- (2016) Global spatially explicit CO2 emission metrics for forest bioenergy. Scientific Reports. vol. 6:20186.
- (2016) Identifying priority areas for European resource policies: a MRIO-based material footprint assessment. Journal of Economic Structures. vol. 5 (1).
- (2016) Environmental Impact Assessment of Household Consumption. Journal of Industrial Ecology. vol. 20 (3).
- (2016) Environmental and resource footprints in a global context: Europe’s structural deficit in resource endowments. Global Environmental Change. vol. 40.