Andrew Sudmant
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Integration of mitigation and adaptation in urban climate change action plans in Europe: A systematic assessment
S Grafakos, G Viero, D Reckien, K Trigg, V Viguie, A Sudmant, C Graves, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 121, 109623, 2020
Cities and climate change mitigation: Economic opportunities and governance challenges in Asia
A Gouldson, S Colenbrander, A Sudmant, E Papargyropoulou, N Kerr, ...
Cities 54, 11-19, 2016
Exploring the economic case for climate action in cities
A Gouldson, S Colenbrander, A Sudmant, F McAnulla, N Kerr, P Sakai, ...
Global Environmental Change 35, 93-105, 2015
Producer cities and consumer cities: Using production-and consumption-based carbon accounts to guide climate action in China, the UK, and the US
A Sudmant, A Gouldson, J Millward-Hopkins, K Scott, J Barrett
Journal of Cleaner Production 176, 654-662, 2018
Accelerating low carbon development in the World’s cities
AP Gouldson, S Colenbrander, A Sudmant, N Godfrey, ...
New Climate Economy, 2015
Can low-carbon urban development be pro-poor? The case of Kolkata, India
S Colenbrander, A Gouldson, J Roy, N Kerr, S Sarkar, S Hall, A Sudmant, ...
Environment and Urbanization 29 (1), 139-158, 2017
The economic case for low-carbon development in rapidly growing developing world cities: A case study of Palembang, Indonesia
S Colenbrander, A Gouldson, AH Sudmant, E Papargyropoulou
Energy Policy 80, 24-35, 2015
The economic and social benefits of low-carbon cities: A systematic review of the evidence
A Gouldson, A Sudmant, H Khreis, E Papargyropoulou
London and Washington DC, 2018
The economic case for low carbon waste management in rapidly growing cities in the developing world: The case of Palembang, Indonesia
E Papargyropoulou, S Colenbrander, AH Sudmant, A Gouldson, LC Tin
Journal of environmental management 163, 11-19, 2015
Uncovering blind spots in urban carbon management: the role of consumption-based carbon accounting in Bristol, UK
J Millward-Hopkins, A Gouldson, K Scott, J Barrett, A Sudmant
Regional environmental change 17, 1467-1478, 2017
Bigger cities better climate? Results from an analysis of urban areas in China
L Cheng, Z Mi, A Sudmant, DM Coffman
Energy Economics 107, 105872, 2022
Investing in a just transition in the UK: How investors can integrate social impact and place-based financing into climate strategies
N Robins, A Gouldson, W Irwin, A Sudmant
UK: Grantham Research Institute at LSE and the Sustainability Research …, 2019
Understanding the case for low-carbon investment through bottom-up assessments of city-scale opportunities
AH Sudmant, A Gouldson, S Colenbrander, R Sullivan, F McAnulla, ...
Climate Policy 17 (3), 299-313, 2017
Exploring the economic case for early investment in climate change mitigation in middle-income countries: a case study of Johor Bahru, Malaysia
S Colenbrander, A Gouldson, AH Sudmant, E Papargyropoulou, ...
Climate and Development 8 (4), 351-364, 2016
Building climate resilience and Water Security in Cities: Lessons from the sponge city of Wuhan, China
L Oates, L Dai, A Sudmant, A Gouldson
Coalition for Urban Transitions, 2020
Private opportunities, public benefits? The scope for private finance to deliver low-carbon transport systems in Kigali, Rwanda
A Sudmant, S Colenbrander, A Gouldson, N Chilundika
Urban Climate 20, 59-74, 2017
The scope for low‐carbon development in Kigali, Rwanda: An economic appraisal
S Colenbrander, A Sudmant, N Chilundika, A Gouldson
Sustainable Development 27 (3), 349-365, 2019
Financing Inclusive Climate Action in the UK: An investor roadmap for the just transition
N Robins, A Gouldson, W Irwin, A Sudmant, J Rydge
Grantham Institute, London School of Economics, 2019
Low carbon cities: is ambitious action affordable?
A Sudmant, J Millward-Hopkins, S Colenbrander, A Gouldson
Climatic Change 138, 681-688, 2016
Using crowdsourced data to estimate the carbon footprints of global cities
X Sun, Z Mi, A Sudmant, DM Coffman, P Yang, R Wood
Advances in Applied Energy 8, 100111, 2022
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