Richard York
Richard York
Professor of Sociology and Environmental Studies, University of Oregon
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STIRPAT, IPAT and ImPACT: analytic tools for unpacking the driving forces of environmental impacts
R York, EA Rosa, T Dietz
Ecological economics 46 (3), 351-365, 2003
The ecological rift: Capitalism's war on the earth
JB Foster, B Clark, R York
Monthly Review Press, 2010
Footprints on the earth: The environmental consequences of modernity
R York, EA Rosa, T Dietz
American sociological review, 279-300, 2003
Key challenges to ecological modernization theory: Institutional efficacy, case study evidence, units of analysis, and the pace of eco-efficiency
R York, EA Rosa
Organization & Environment 16 (3), 273-288, 2003
Carbon metabolism: Global capitalism, climate change, and the biospheric rift
B Clark, R York
Theory and society 34 (4), 391-428, 2005
Driving the human ecological footprint
T Dietz, EA Rosa, R York
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5 (1), 13-18, 2007
The globalization of environmental concern and the limits of the postmaterialist values explanation: Evidence from four multinational surveys
RE Dunlap, R York
The Sociological Quarterly 49 (3), 529-563, 2008
Demographic trends and energy consumption in European Union Nations, 1960–2025
R York
Social science research 36 (3), 855-872, 2007
Community economic identity: The coal industry and ideology construction in West Virginia
SE Bell, R York
Rural Sociology 75 (1), 111-143, 2010
Do alternative energy sources displace fossil fuels?
R York
Nature Climate Change 2 (6), 441-443, 2012
Tracking the anthropogenic drivers of ecological impacts
EA Rosa, R York, T Dietz
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 33 (8), 509-512, 2004
Environmentally Efficient Well-Being: Rethinking Sustainability as the Relationship between Human Well-being and Environmental Impacts
T Dietz, EA Rosa, R York
Human Ecology Review 16 (1), 114-123, 2009
Social structural influences on meat consumption
MH Gossard, R York
Human Ecology Review, 1-9, 2003
A rift in modernity? Assessing the anthropogenic sources of global climate change with the STIRPAT model
R York, EA Rosa, T Dietz
International journal of sociology and social policy, 2003
Bridging environmental science with environmental policy: Plasticity of population, affluence, and technology
R York, EA Rosa, T Dietz
Social Science Quarterly 83 (1), 18-34, 2002
Ecological paradoxes: William Stanley Jevons and the paperless office
R York
Human Ecology Review, 143-147, 2006
Cross-national meat and fish consumption: exploring the effects of modernization and ecological context
R York, MH Gossard
Ecological economics 48 (3), 293-302, 2004
The ecological footprint intensity of national economies
R York, EA Rosa, T Dietz
Journal of Industrial Ecology 8 (4), 139-154, 2004
Environmentally efficient well-being: Is there a Kuznets curve?
T Dietz, EA Rosa, R York
Applied Geography 32 (1), 21-28, 2012
Global biodiversity decline of marine and freshwater fish: a cross-national analysis of economic, demographic, and ecological influences
R Clausen, R York
Social Science Research 37 (4), 1310-1320, 2008
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