UKERC: Integrated approaches to ecosystem services and energy: Assessing the global and local impacts on ecosystem services of energy provision in the UK. 2012-2015.
UK Ocean Acidification Research Programme: Knowledge Exchange workshops to develop the design of future knowledge exchange programmes for the UK shellfish industry;
MMO commissioned project: Social Impacts of Fisheries, Aquaculture, Recreation, Tourism and Marine Protected Areas in Marine Plan Areas in England: Evidence base of social implications of marine plans and management.
Broadstock, D. and E. Papathanasopoulou (2012). Non-economic factors and their contribution in explaining gasoline demand in Greece. (Accepted by the International Journal of Sustainable Transportation)
Papathanasopoulou, E. (2010). Household consumption, associated fossil fuel demand and carbon dioxide emissions: the case of Greece between 1990 – 2006. Energy Policy, Volume 38, Issue 8, Pages 4152-4162.
Papathanasopoulou, E. (2009). Greece’s fossil fuel use in 2006: a production, consumption and supply-chain analysis. In: R. Bleischwitz, P. Welfens and Z. Zhang (eds.): Sustainable Growth and Resource Productivity, UK, Greenleaf Publishing Limited, Pages 211-223.
Papathanasopoulou, E. and T. Jackson (2009). Measuring Fossil Resource Inequality – a longitudinal case study for the UK: 1968 – 2000. Ecological Economics, Volume 68, Issue 4, Pages 1213-1225.
Jackson, T. and E. Papathanasopoulou (2008). Luxury or ‘lock-in’? An exploration of unsustainable consumption in the UK: 1968 to 2000. Ecological Economics, Volume 68, Issues 1-2, Pages 80-95.
Uzzell, D., Muckle, R., Jackson, T., Ogden, J., Barnett, J., Gatersleben, B., Hegarty, P. and Papathanasopoulou, E. (2006). Choice Matters - Alternative Approaches to Encourage Sustainable Consumption and Production. Report to the Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, UK.
Sinclair, P., E. Papathanasopoulou, W. Mellor & T. Jackson (2005). Towards an Integrated Regional Materials Flow Accounting Model. Journal of Industrial Ecology, Vol 9, No. 1, p69-84.