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Dr. Sangwon Suh obtained his PhD (cum laude) for his dissertation, "Materials and Energy Flows in Industry and Ecosystem Networks" at Leiden University in the Netherlands in 2004. He taught "Advanced Life Cycle Assessment" at the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in Carnegie Mellon University from 2004 to 2005. He joined the faculty of College of Natural Resources of the University of Minnesota in 2005. Dr. Suh took his current position at Bren School in 2010.

Dr. Suh was appointed as one of the 28 members of the International Resources Panel of the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) since 2009. He is appointed as the coordinating lead author of the Assessment Report 5 by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). He is one of the few members of both working groups by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the World Resources Institute (WRI)/World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) in their efforts of carbon footprint standardization (ISO 14064 and GHG protocol). Dr. Suh also served the council of the International Society for Industrial Ecology (ISIE) from 2007 to 2010. He is holding Associate Editor posts of Journal of Industrial Ecology and International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. He is elected as the chair of the 2012 Gorden Research Conference on Industrial Ecology. He serves merit review committees of the U.S. National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of Agriculture and Schweischerischer Nationalfonds zur Förderung der Wissenschaftlichen Forschung (Swiss National Science Foundation). Dr. Suh regularly provides consultations to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), U.S. Department of Commerce and UNEP.

Dr. Suh was awarded the McKnight Land-Grand Professorship in 2009 and 2010 by the Board of Regents of the University of Minnesota. Dr. Suh received the the Robert A. Laudise Prize by the International Society for Industrial Ecology in 2009. He was the AT&T Industrial Ecology Fellow in 2003 and 2004.

Dr. Suh gave invited lectures and seminars to, among others, the U.S. National Academy of Engineering (NAE), British Royal Academy of Engineering, Yale University, University of Tokyo, City University of Hong Kong, Tsinghua University, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, and Seoul National University.

Dr. Suh authored, co-authored or edited 3 books and about 100 peer-reviewed journal articles, and his publications include some of the most widely cited ones in the field.


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Selected Publications

A. Refereed Journal Articles

A91. Cucurachi, S., Suh, S. 2016: Cause-effect analysis for sustainable development policy, submitted.

A90. Qin Y., Suh, S., 2016: What Distribution Function Do LCIs Follow? International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, accepted.

A89. Kätelhön, A., Bardow, A., Suh, S., 2016: Technology Choice Model for Consequential Life Cycle Assessment, Environmental Science & Technology, accepted.

A88. Bringezu, S., Potočnik, J., Schandl, H., Lu, Y., Ramaswami, A., Swilling, M. and Suh, S., 2016: Multi-Scale Governance of Sustainable Natural Resource Use—Challenges and Opportunities for Monitoring and Institutional Development at the National and Global Level. Sustainability, 8(8), p.778.

A87. Bergesen, J. D., & Suh, S., 2016: A framework for technological learning in the supply chain: A case study on CdTe photovoltaics. Applied Energy, 169, 721-728.

A86. Hoekstra, R., Michel, B., & Suh, S. 2016: The emission cost of international sourcing: using structural decomposition analysis to calculate the contribution of international sourcing to CO2-emission growth. Economic Systems Research, 28(2), 151-167.

A85. Yang, Y., Suh, S., 2015: Changes in environmental impacts of major cash crops in the U.S. Environmental Research Letters, 10(9), 094016.

A84. Gibon, T., Wood, R., Arvesen, A., Bergesen, J., Suh, S., Hertwich, E., 2015: A methodology for integrated, multiregional life cycle assessment scenarios under large-scale technological change, Environmental science & technology, 49(18), 11218-11226.

A83. Kätelhön, A., von der Assen, N., Suh, S., Jung, J., Bardow, A., 2015: Industry-cost-curve approach for modeling the environmental impact of introducing new technologies in Life Cycle Assessment. Environmental Science & Technology, 49(13), 7543-7551.

A82. Weisz, H., Suh, S., Graedel, T.E., 2015: The Role of Manufactured Capital for Sustainability, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112 (20) 6260-6264.

A81. Yang, Yi, Suh, S., 2015: Land cover change from cotton to corn in the USA relieves freshwater ecotoxicity impact but may aggravate other regional environmental impacts. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 20 (2), 196-203

A80. Nansai, K., Nakajima, K., Kagawa, S., Kondo, Y., Shigetomi, Y., & Suh, S. 2015. Global Mining Risk Footprint of Critical Metals Necessary for Low-Carbon Technologies: The Case of Neodymium, Cobalt, and Platinum in Japan. Environmental Science & Technology, 49(4), 2022-2031.

A79. Garner, K. L., Suh, S., Lenihan, H. S., & Keller, A. A. 2015: Species Sensitivity Distributions for Engineered Nanomaterials. Environmental Science & Technology, 49 (9), 5753–5759.

A78. Pfister, S., & Suh, S. 2015: Environmental impacts of thermal emissions to freshwater: spatially explicit fate and effect modeling for life cycle assessment and water footprinting. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 1-10.

A77. Yang, Y., Suh, S., 2015: Marginal yield, technological advances, and emissions timing in corn ethanol's carbon payback time, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 20(2), 226-232.

A76. Kagawa, S., Suh, S., Hubacek, K., Wiedmann, T., Nansai, K., & Minx, J. 2015: CO2 emission clusters within global supply chain networks: Implications for climate change mitigation. Global Environmental Change, available online.

A75. Hertwich, E., Gibon, T., Bouman, E., Arvesen, A., Suh, S., Ramírez, A., Bergesen, J., Shi, L., Heath, G., 2015: Resource requirements and environmental benefits of low-carbon electricity supply, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112 (20) 6277-6282.

A74. Bergesen, J., Tähkämö, L., Suh, S., 2015: Long-term global environmental implications of efficient light-source technologies, Journal of Industrial Ecology, under review.

A73. Wiedmann, T., Schandl, H., Lenzen, M., Moran, D., Suh, S., West, J., Kanemoto, K., 2015: The material footprint of nations, Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, 112 (20) 6271-6276.

A72. Gavankar, S., Suh, S., Keller, A., 2015: The Role of Scale and Technology Maturity in Life Cycle Assessment of Emerging Technologies: A Case Study on Carbon Nanotubes, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 19 (1), 51–60.

A71. Suh, S., Tomar, S., Leighton, M., Kneifel, J., 2014: Environmental Performance of Green Building Code and Certification Systems, Environmental Science & Technology, 48 (5), 2551–2560.

A70. Gavankar, S., Suh, S., 2014: Fusion of conflicting information for improving representativeness of data used in LCAs, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 19, 480–490

A69. Nansai, K., Nakajima, K., Kagawa, S., Kondo, Y., Suh, S., Shigetomi, Y., Oshita, Y., 2014: Global Flows of Critical Metals Necessary for Low-Carbon Technologies: The Case of Neodymium, Cobalt, and Platinum, Environmental Science & Technology, 48 (3), 1391–1400.

A68. Creutzig, F., Ravindranath, N.H., Berndes, G., Bolwig, S., Bright, R., Cherubini, F., Chum, H., Corbera, E., Delucchi, M., Faaij, A., Fargione, J., Haberl, H., Heath, G., Lucon, O., Plevin, R., Popp, A., Robledo-Abad, C., Rose, S., Smith, P., Stromman, A., Suh, S., Masera, O., 2014: Bioenergy and climate change mitigation: an assessment. Global Change Biology—Bioenergy, 1757-1707.

A67. Bergesen, J., Gibon, T., Heath, G., Suh, S., 2014: Thin-film photovoltaic power generation offers decreasing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing environmental co-benefits in the long-term, Environmental Science & Technology, 48(16), 9834-9843.

A66. Liang, S., Xu, M., Liu, Z., Suh, S., Zhang, T., 2013: Socioeconomic Drivers of Mercury Emissions in China from 1992 to 2007, Environmental Science & Technology, 47 (7), 3234–3240

A65. Liang, S., Xu, M., Suh, S., Tan, R., 2013: Unintended Environmental Consequences and Co-benefits of Economic Restructuring, Environmental Science & Technology, 47 (22), 12894–12902.

A64. Kagawa, S., Okamoto, S., Suh, S., Kondo, Y., Nansai, K., 2013: Finding environmentally important industry clusters: Multiway cut approach using nonnegative matrix factorization, Social Networks. 35 (3), 423–438.

A63. Dietzenbacher, E., Lenzen, M., Los, B., Guan, D., Lahr, M., Sancho, F., Suh, S., Yang, C., 2013: Input-Output Analysis: the next 25 years. Economic Systems Research. 25 (4), 369-389.

A 62. Keller, A., McFerran, S., Lazareva, A., Suh, S., 2013: Global life cycle releases of engineered nanomaterials, Journal of Nanoparticle Research 15:1692, 1-17.

A 61. Kagawa, S., Hubacek, K., Nansai, K., Kataoka, M., Managi, S., Suh, S., Kudoh, Y., 2013: Better cars or older cars?: Assessing CO2 emission reduction potential of passenger vehicle replacement programs, Global Environmental Change, 23 (6), 1807–1818.

A 60. Kagawa, S., Suh, S., Kondo, Y., Nansai, K., 2013: Identifying environmentally important supply chain clusters in the automobile industry, Economic Systems Research, iFirst2012, pp. 1-22.

A 59. Kagawa, S., Goto, Y., Suh, S., Nansai, K., Kudoh, Y. 2013: Accounting for Changes in Automobile Gasoline Consumption in Japan: 2000–2007. Journal of Economic Structures, 1(9). 1 – 27.

A 58. Kagawa, S., Takezono, K., Suh, S., Kudoh, Y. 2012: Production Possibility Frontier Analysis of Biodiesel from Waste Cooking Oil, Energy Policy, 362–368.

A 57. Suh, S., Leighton, M., Tomar, S., Chen, C. 2012: Interoperability between ecoinvent ver. 3 and US LCI database: a case study, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, online first.

A 56. Nansai, K. Kondo, Y., Kagawa, S., Suh, S., Nakajima, K., Inaba, R., Tohno, S. 2012: Estimates of Embodied Global Energy and Air-Emission Intensities of Japanese Products for Building a Japanese Input-Output Life Cycle Assessment Database with a Global System Boundary, Environmental Science & Technology, 46 (16), 9146-9154.

A 55. Lin, C., Suh, S., Pfister, S. 2012: Does South-to-North Water Transfer Reduce the Environmental Impact of Water Consumption in China? Journal of Industrial Ecology, 16 (4), 647-654.

A 54. Nansai, K., Kagawa, S., Kondo, Y., Suh, S., Nakajima, K., Inaba, R., Oshita, Y., Morimoto, T., Kawashima, K., Terakawa, T., Tohno, S. 2012: Characterization of Economic Requirements for a “Carbon-Debt-Free Country”. Environmental Science & Technology, 46 (1), 155-163

A 53. Suh, S., Lippiatt, B.C. 2012: Framework for hybrid life cycle inventory databases: a case study on the Building for Environmental and Economic Sustainability (BEES) database, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 17 (5), 604-612

A 52. Behera, S.K., Kim, J.H., Lee, S.Y., Suh, S., Park, H.S. 2012: Evolution of ‘designed’ industrial symbiosis networks in the Ulsan Eco-industrial Park: ‘research and development into business’ as the enabling framework. Journal of Cleaner Production, (29-30), 103-112

A 51. Kim, J., Bae, J., Yang, Y., Suh, S. 2012: The Importance of Normalization References in Interpreting LCA Results, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 17(3), 385–395.

A 50. Yang, Y., Bae, J., Kim, J., Suh, S. 2012: Replacing Gasoline with Corn Ethanol Results in Significant Environmental Problem-Shifting, Environmental Science & Technology, 46 (7), 3671–3678.

A49. Gavankar, S., Suh, S., Keller, A. 2012: Life Cycle Assessment at Nanoscale: Review and Recommendations, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 17 (3), 295-303.

A48. Chiu, Y., Suh, S., Pfister, S., Hellweg, S., Koehler, A. 2012: Measuring ecological impact of water consumption by bioethanol using life cycle impact assessment. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 17 (1), 16-24.

A47. Feng, K., Chapagain, A., Suh, S., Pfister, S., Hubacek, K., 2011: Comparison of Bottom-Up and Top-Down Approaches to Calculating The Water Footprints of Nations. Economic Systems Research 23 (4), 371-385.

A46. Wiedmann, T., Suh, S., Feng, K., Lenzen, M., Acquaye, A., Scott, K., Barrett, J. 2011: Application of Hybrid Life Cycle Approaches to Emerging Energy Technologies – The Case of Wind Power in the UK. Environmental Science & Technology, 45(13):5900-5907.

A45. Yeh, S., Berndes, G., Mishra, G., Suh, S., Wani, S., Neto, A., Karlberg, L., Heinke, J., Hamelinck, C. 2011: Evaluation of Water Use for Bioenergy at Different Scales, Biofuels, Biopoducts & Biorefining, 5: 361–374

A44. Suh, S., Yee, S. 2011: Phosphorus use-efficiency of agriculture and food system in the U.S., Chemosphere, 84: 806–813

A43. Yang, Yi., Suh, S. 2011: Environmental Impact of Products in China, Environmental Science & Technology, 45:4102–4109.

A42. Kagawa, S., Nansai, K., Kondo, Y., Hubacek, K., Suh, S., Minx, J., Kudoh, Y., Tasaki, T., Nakamura, S. 2011: Role of Motor Vehicle Lifetime Extension in Climate Change Policy. Environmental Science & Technology, 45(4), 1184–1191.

A41. Suh, K., Suh, S., Smith, T. 2011: Implications of Corn Prices on Water Footprints of Bio-Ethanol, Bio-resource Technology, 102(7), 4747-4754.

A40. Suh, K., Suh, S., Walseth, B., Bae, J., Barker, R., 2011: Optimal corn stover logistics for biofuel production: a case in Minnesota, Transactions of ASABE, 54(1), 219-238.

A39. Suh, K., Suh, S. 2010: Economic and environmental implications of corn stover densification options for biofuel in Minnesota, Transactions of ASABE, 53(4): 1183-1192

A38. Suh, S., Weidema, B., Schmidt, J., Heijungs, R., 2010: Generalized make and use framework for allocation in LCA, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 14 (2), 335- 353.

A37. Lim, S., Suh, S., Kim, J., Park, H.S., 2010: Urban Water Infrastructure Optimization to Reduce Environmental Impacts and Costs, Journal of Environmental Management, 91, 630–637.

A36. Nansai, K., Kagawa, S., Kondo, Y., Suh, S., Inaba, R., Nakajima, K., 2009: Improving the Completeness of Product Carbon Footprints Using a Global Input-Output Model, Economic Systems Research, 21 (3), 267 – 290

A35. Minx, J.C., Wiedmann, T., Wood, R., Peters, G.P., Lenzen, M., Owen, A., Scott, K., Barrett, J., Hubacek, K., Baiocchi, G., Paul, A., Dawkins, E., Briggs, J., Guan, D., Suh, S., Ackerman, F., 2009: Input-Output Analysis and Carbon Footprinting: An overview of applications, Economic Systems Research, 21 (3), 187 - 216.

A34. Nansai, K., Kagawa, S., Suh, S., Fuji, M., Inaba, R., Hashimoto, S., 2009: Materials and energy dependence of services and carbonization of consumption, Environmental Science & Technology, 43 (12), 4241-4246.

A33. Chiu, Y., Walseth, B., Suh, S., 2009: Water footprint of biofuel in the U.S., Environmental Science & Technology, 43 (8), 2688–2692.

A32. Finnveden, G., Hauschild, M., Ekvall, T., Guinée, J., Heijungs, R., Hellweg, S., Koehler, A., Pennington, D., Suh, S., 2009: Recent developments in Life Cycle Assessment, Journal of Environmental Management, 91 (1), 1-21.

A31. Kagawa, S., Ohita, Y., Nansai, K., Suh, S., 2009: Dematerialization Has Contributed to Reducing Oil Price Pressure, Environmental Science & Technology, 43 (2), 245-252.

A30. Schmitt-Olabisi, L., Reich, P., Johnson, K., Kapuscinski, A., Suh, S., Wilson, E., 2009: Reducing greenhouse gas emissions for climate stabilization: framing regional options, Environmental Science & Technology, 43 (6), 1696–1703.

A29. Suh, S., 2008: Natural Resources Consumption and Sustainable Industrial Development, Sustainable Industrial Development, Fall Issue: 28-41.

A28. Suh, S., Heijungs, R., 2007. Power series expansion and structural analysis for life cycle assessment, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 12 (6), 381 – 390.

A27. Nansai, K., Kagawa, S., Suh, S., Inaba, R., Moriguchi, Y., 2007. Simple Indicator to Identify the Environmental Soundness of Growth of Consumption and Technology: “Eco-velocity of Consumption”, Environmental Science & Technology, 41, 1465-1472.

A26. Koellner, T., Suh, S., Weber, O., Moser, C., Scholz, R.W., 2007. Do conventional and sustainability investment funds differ in their environmental impacts?–A comparison by means of Input-Output Life Cycle Assessment, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 11 (3), 41- 60.

A25. Hawkins, T., Hendrickson, C., Higgins, C., Matthews, H. S., Suh, S., 2007. A Mixed-Unit Input-Output Model for Environmental Life-Cycle Assessment and Material Flow Analysis, Environmental Science & Technology, 41, 1024-1031.

A24. Suh, S., 2006: Are Services Better for Climate Change?, Environmental Science & Technology, 40 (21), 6555 – 6560.

A23. Tukker, A., Eder, P. Suh, S. 2006: Environmental impacts of products: Policy implications and outlook, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 10 (3), 183 – 198.

A22. Heijungs, R., de Koning, A. Suh, S., Huppes, G. 2006: Towards an information tool for Integrated Product Policy: requirements for data and computation, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 10 (3), 147 – 158.

A21. Huppes, G., de Koning, A., Suh, S., Heijungs, R., van Oers, L., Nielsen, P., Guinée, J.B. 2006: Environmental impacts of consumption in the European union using detailed input-output analysis, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 10 (3), 129 – 146.

A20. Weidema, B., Noutten, P., Suh, S. 2006: Prioritising within the product-oriented environmental policy – The Danish perspectives, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 10 (3), 73 – 87.

A19. Suh, S., 2006: Reply: Downstream cut-offs in Integrated Hybrid Life Cycle Assessment, Ecological Economics, 59 (1), 7 – 12.

A18. Guinée, J.B., R. Heijungs, R. Kleijn, E. van der Voet, A. de Koning, L. van Oers, A. Elshkaki, R. Huele, G. Huppes, Suh, S., Wegener Sleeswijk, A., 2006: Human and Ecological Life cycle tools for the Integrated Assessment of Systems, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 11 (1), 19 – 28.

A17. Heijungs, R., Suh, S., 2006: Reformulation of matrix-based LCI: from product balance to process balance, Journal of Cleaner Production, 14 (1), 47 – 51.

A16. Suh, S., Kagawa, S., 2005: Industrial Ecology and Inter-industry Analysis, Economic Systems Research, 17 (4), 349 – 364.

A15. Suh, S., 2005: Developing Sectoral Environmental Database for Input-Output Analysis: Comprehensive Environmental Data Archive of the U.S., Economic Systems Research, 17 (4), 449 – 469

A14. Suh, S., K. M. Lee, S. Ha, 2005: Eco-Efficiency for Pollution Prevention in SMEs – a case in South Korea, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 9 (4), 223 – 240.

A13. Suh, S., 2005: Theory of Materials and Energy Flow Analysis in Ecology and Economics, Ecological Modeling, 189 251 – 269.

A12. Mongelli, I., Huppes, G., Suh, S. 2005: A structural comparison of two approaches to life cycle inventory using the MIET and the ETH databases, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 10 (5), 317 – 324.

A11. Heijungs, R., Suh, S., Kleijn, R. 2005: Numerical approaches to life cycle interpretation: The case of the Ecoinvent database, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 10 (2) 103 – 112.

A10. Suh, S., Huppes, H., 2005: Methods in Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) of a product, Journal of Cleaner Production, 13 (7), 687 – 697.

A9. Udo de Haes, H., Heijungs, R. Suh, S., Huppes, G. 2004: Three strategies to overcome the limitations of LCA, Journal of Industrial Ecology, 8 (3), 19 – 32.

A8. Suh, S., 2004: Functions, commodities and environmental impacts in an ecological economic model, Ecological Economics, 48 (4), 451 – 467.

A7. Rebitzer, G., T. Ekvall, R. Frischknecht, D. Hunkeler, G. Norris, T. Rydberg, W.-P. Schmidt, Suh, S., Weidema, B., D.W. Penington, 2004: Life Cycle Assessment: Goal & Scope Definition, Inventory Analysis and Applications (Part 1), Environment International. 30 (5), 701 – 721.

A6. Suh, S., 2004: A Note on the Calculus for Physical Input-Output Analysis and its Application to Land Appropriation of International Trade Activities, Ecological Economics. 48 (1), 9 – 17.

A5. Suh, S., M. Lenzen, G. Treloar, H. Hondo, A. Horvath, G. Huppes, O. Jolliet, U. Klann, W. Krewitt, Y. Moriguchi, J. Munksgaard, G. Norris, 2004: System Boundary Selection for Life Cycle Inventories using hybrid approaches, Environmental Science & Technology. 38 (3), 657 – 664.

A4. Suh, S., Huppes, H., 2002: Missing inventory estimation tool using extended input-output analysis, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 7 (3) 134-140.

A3. Huijbrecht, M., L. van Oers, A. de Koning, G. Huppes, Suh, S., Breedveld, L. 2002: Normalisation figures for environmental life-cycle assessment: The Netherlands (1997/1998), Western Europe (1995) and the world (1990 and 1995), Journal of Cleaner Production, 11, 737–748.

A2. Suh, S., Hur, Y. Lee, K., 2000: Determination of Normalization Value for Korean Eco-indicator J. Korean Society of Life Cycle Assessment, 4 (1) 24 - 35.

A1. Lee, K., Suh, S., 1999: Determination of Weighting Factor for Eco-indicator using the Relative Significance Factor (fi), J. Korean Society of Life Cycle Assessment, 3 (1) 31-40.

 

B. Books

B3. Suh, S. (Ed.), 2009, Handbook of Input-Output Economics in Industrial Ecology, Springer, New York, NY, USA

B2. Heijungs, R., Suh, S., 2002: The Computational Structure of Life Cycle Assessment, Kluwer Academic Publisher, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

B1. Guinée, J.B., M. Gorrée, R. Heijungs , G. Huppes, R. Kleijn, A. de Koning, L. van Oers, A. Wegener Sleeswijk, Suh, S., Udo de Haes, H.A., H. de Bruijn, R. van Duin, M.A.J. Huijbregts, 2002: Handbook on Life Cycle Assessment. Operational Guide to the ISO Standards. Kluwer Academic Publisher, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

C. Book chapters

C6. Lenzen, M., Suh, S., 2015: A future vision for social supply-chain analysis, In: Murray, J. (Ed.), The Sustainability Practitioner’s Guide to MRIO of Social Impacts, Common Grounding Publishing, Urbana-Champaign, Il, USA.

C5. Reich-Weiser, C. Ace, J., Brooks, C., Suh, S., 2010: An Iterative Hybrid Carbon Footprint, In: Murray J. and Wood, R. (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis, Common Ground Publishing, Urbana-Champaign, Il, USA.

C4. Suh, S., 2010: Comprehensive Environmental Data Archive (CEDA), In: Murray J. and Wood, R. (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Input-Output Analysis, Common Ground Publishing, Urbana-Champaign, Il, USA.

C3. Suh, S. 2009: Input-Output Analysis in Industrial Ecology – a Brief history, In: Suh, S. (Ed.), In: Handbook of Input-Output Economics for Industrial Ecology, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

C2. Kagawa, S., Suh, S., 2009: Multistage Process-Based Make-Use System, In: Suh, S. (Ed.), Handbook of Input-Output Economics for Industrial Ecology, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

C1. Dietzenbacher, E., Giljum, S., Hubacek, K., Suh, S., 2009: Physical Input-Output Analysis and Waste, In: Suh, S. (Ed.), Handbook of Input-Output Economics for Industrial Ecology, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.


E. Editorials, book reviews and other non-peer reviewed publications

E17. Suh, S., 2016: Is International Sourcing bad for Climate Change? Huffington Post, Contributors section, October 19th. https://goo.gl/HAUSZD

E16. Cucurachi, S., Yang, Y., Bergesen, J.D., Qin, Y. and Suh, S., 2016: Challenges in assessing the environmental consequences of dietary changes. Environment Systems and Decisions, 36(2), pp.217-219.

E15. Suh, S., Hertwich, E., Hellweg, S., & Kendall, A., 2016: Life Cycle Environmental and Natural Resource Implications of Energy Efficiency Technologies. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 20(2), 218-222.

E14. Yan, B., Hu, Y., Kuczenski, B., Janowicz, K., Ballatore, A., Krisnadhi, A.A., Hitzler, P., Suh, S. and Ingwersen, W., 2015: October. An ontology for specifying spatiotemporal scopes in life cycle assessment. In Diversity++ Workshop at ISWC.

E13. Cucurachi, S., Suh, S., 2015. A Moonshot for Sustainability Assessment. Environmental Science & Technology, 49(16), 9497-9498.

E12. Suh, S., Yang, Y., 2014: On the uncanny capabilities of consequential LCA, The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 19(6), 1179-1184.

E11. Suh, S., 2012: Book Review: Waste Input-Output Analysis—Concepts and Application to Industrial Ecology. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 13 (5), pp. 835–836.

E10. Suh, S., Nakamura, S., 2007: Five years in the area of input-output analysis, Editorial, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. 12(6), 351-352.

E9. Suh, S., 2006: Cultivating a healthy journal space, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, Editorial, 11 (2), 77 – 79.

E8. Suh, S., 2004: Materials and energy flows in industry and ecosystem networks, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, Editorial, 9 (5), 335 – 336.

E7. Suh, S., 2004: 4th SETAC World Congress. UISIE news, 4 (4), 7.

E6. Suh, S., 2004: The Portrait of Wassily Leontief, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, Editorial, 9 (1), 1.

E5. Rebitzer, G., Köhler, A., Suh, S., Klöpffer, W., Jolliet, O., Saur, K. 2003: Theory and Practical Implementation of Life Cycle Assessment. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 8 (4), 235 – 240.

E4. Suh, S., 2003: Input-Output Analysis Working Group. UISIE news,U 3 (3), 1 – 3.

E3. Suh, S., 2003: Input-Output and Hybrid Life Cycle Assessment. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, Editorial, 8 (5), 257.

E2. Suh, S., Duchin F., 2003: Industrial Ecology for a Sustainable Future. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 8 (5), 315 – 316.

E1. Duchin, F., Suh, S., 2002: The International Conference on Input-Output Economics, UISIE news, 2 (3), 6-7.


F. Electronic Databases

F8. Suh, S., 2016: CEDA 5.0—electronic database that the General Service Administration (GSA) of the U.S. federal government uses for evaluating federal purchases.

F7. Suh, S., 2015: CEDA 5.0 Federal Government—electronic database that the General Service Administration (GSA) of the U.S. federal government uses for evaluating federal purchases.

F6. Suh, S., 2014: CEDA 4.0 Federal Government—electronic database that the General Service Administration (GSA) of the U.S. federal government uses for evaluating federal purchases.

F5. Suh, S., Taff, S., Yang, Y., Goodkind, A., Kim, J., Bae, J., Yee, S., 2013: Renewable Fuel Standard 2 Simulator, online software tool. Available at http://forio.com/simulate/goodk015/rfs2/overview/

F4. Suh, S., 2009: CEDA 4.0 (Comprehensive Environmental Data Archive), This database contains information on 2800 environmental emissions and resources use by 430 industrial processes of the U.S.

F3. Suh, S., 2004: CEDA 3.0 (Comprehensive Environmental Data Archive), This database contains information on 1344 environmental emissions and resources use by 480 industrial processes of the U.S.

F2. Suh, S., 2002: MIET 2.0 (Missing Inventory Estimation Tool), Freely distributed via Uwww.leidenuniv. nl/cml/ softwareU (Around 600 subscribers worldwide).

F1. Suh, S., 2000: MIET 1.0 (Missing Inventory Estimation Tool), Institute of Environmental Science (CML)U, Leiden University, The Netherlands.


G. Reports and Standards

G11. Suh, S., Bergesen, J., Gibon, T., Hertwich, E., Taptich, M., 2016: Global Assessment of Demand-side GHG mitigation Technologies: environmental benefits, risks, and tradeoffs under a 2°C scenario, The International Resource Panel (IRP), United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP), Nairobi, Kenya. In Press.

G10. Hertwich, E., Gibon, T., Arvesen, A., Bayer, P., Bouman, E., Bergesen, J., Heath, G., Larderel, J., Peña, C., Ramirez, A., Suh S., 2015: Green Energy Choices: the benefits, risks, and trade-offs of low-carbon technologies for electricity production, The International Resource Panel (IRP), United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP), Nairobi, Kenya.

G9. Valdivia, S., Suh, S., Aldaya, M., Sandoval, C., Tonda, E., 2014: The State of Natural Resource Management in Latin America and the Caribbean—Opportunities for Sustainable Practices and Prioritisation of Resources, United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP), Paris, France.

G8. IPCC, 2014: Technical Summary. Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA.

G7. IPCC, 2014: Climate Change 2014: Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA.

G6. IPCC, 2014: Summary for Policymakers. Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA.

G5. WRI, 2010: Greenhouse Gas Protocol: Product Life Cycle Accounting and Reporting Standard, World Resources Institute (WRI), New York, NY, USA.

G4. Hertwich, E., van der Voet, E., Suh, S., Tukker, A., Huijbregts M., Kazmierczyk, P., Lenzen, M., McNeely, J., Moriguchi, Y., 2010: Assessing the Environmental Impacts of Consumption and Production, International Resource Panel, United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP), Paris, France.

G3. Suh, S., Chiu, Y., Schmidt-Olabisi, L., 2010: The Future of Energy and Water Environment in Minnesota, Legislative Citizen’s Commission on Minnesota Natural Resources, Saint Paul, Minnesota.

G2. Suh, S. 2008: An integrated accounting and analytical framework for corporate GHG emission reporting and product carbon footprint: a review, World Resources Institute (WRI). International Standardization of Greenhouse Gas protocol (Carbon Footprinting), London, UK.

G1. Minx, J.C., Wiedmann, T., Barrett J., Suh S., 2008: Methods Review to Support the PAS Process for the Calculation of the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Embodied in Good and Services. Report to the UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).

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