Wim Carton
Wim Carton
Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS)
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Three decades of climate mitigation: why haven't we bent the global emissions curve?
I Stoddard, K Anderson, S Capstick, W Carton, J Depledge, K Facer, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 46, 653-689, 2021
Is the future of agriculture perennial? Imperatives and opportunities to reinvent agriculture by shifting from annual monocultures to perennial polycultures
TE Crews, W Carton, L Olsson
Global Sustainability 1, e11, 2018
Negative emissions and the long history of carbon removal
W Carton, A Asiyanbi, S Beck, HJ Buck, JF Lund
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 11 (6), e671, 2020
“Fixing” climate change by mortgaging the future: negative emissions, spatiotemporal fixes, and the political economy of delay
W Carton
Antipode 51 (3), 750-769, 2019
Undoing equivalence: rethinking carbon accounting for just carbon removal
W Carton, JF Lund, K Dooley
Frontiers in Climate 3, 664130, 2021
Why residual emissions matter right now
HJ Buck, W Carton, JF Lund, N Markusson
Nature Climate Change 13 (4), 351-358, 2023
Unearthing the myths of global sustainable forest governance
I Delabre, E Boyd, M Brockhaus, W Carton, T Krause, P Newell, GY Wong, ...
Global Sustainability 3, e16, 2020
Where forest carbon meets its maker: Forestry-based offsetting as the subsumption of nature
W Carton, E Andersson
Society & Natural Resources 30 (7), 829-843, 2017
Carbon unicorns and fossil futures. Whose emission reduction pathways is the IPCC performing?
W Carton
Has It Come to This? The Promises and Perils of Geoengineering on the Brink, 2020
Is carbon removal delaying emission reductions?
W Carton, IM Hougaard, N Markusson, JF Lund
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 14 (4), e826, 2023
Environmental protection as market pathology?: Carbon trading and the dialectics of the ‘double movement’
W Carton
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 32 (6), 1002-1018, 2014
Seize the means of carbon removal: The political economy of direct air capture
A Malm, W Carton
Historical Materialism 29 (1), 3-48, 2021
Modernist dreams and green sagas: The neoliberal politics of Iceland's renewable energy economy
H Guðmundsdóttir, W Carton, H Busch, V Ramasar
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 2018
The benefits that (only) capital can see? Resource access and degradation in industrial carbon forestry, lessons from the CDM in Uganda
K Edstedt, W Carton
Geoforum 97, 315-323, 2018
Net zero and the unexplored politics of residual emissions
JF Lund, N Markusson, W Carton, HJ Buck
Energy Research & Social Science 98, 103035, 2023
(In) justice in modelled climate futures: a review of integrated assessment modelling critiques through a justice lens
NR Rivadeneira, W Carton
Energy Research & Social Science 92, 102781, 2022
What ‘climate positive future’? Emerging sociotechnical imaginaries of negative emissions in Sweden
KL Christiansen, W Carton
Energy Research & Social Science 76, 102086, 2021
Dancing to the Rhythms of the Fossil Fuel Landscape: Landscape Inertia and the Temporal Limits to Market‐Based Climate Policy
W Carton
Antipode 49 (1), 43-61, 2017
The Land Gap Report
K Dooley, H Keith, A Larson, G Catacora-Vargas, W Carton, ...
New perennial grains in African smallholder agriculture from a farming systems perspective. A review
E Isgren, E Andersson, W Carton
Agronomy for Sustainable Development 40, 1-14, 2020
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