Stefan Giljum from the Institute for Ecological Economics at Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) and his research group “Sustainable Resource Use” have been awarded a highly prestigious Consolidator Grant by the European Research Council (ERC). In the FINEPRINT project, which will run from 2017-2022, Stefan Giljum and his team will develop a spatially-explicit global material flow and footprint model, in order to assess material flows and related environmental and social impacts embodied in international trade and consumption. » Read the full article
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FINEPRINT: WU researcher Stefan Giljum receives ERC Consolidator Grant to develop a spatially-explicit global material flow model
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