We conduct research and development projects on topical issues in the form of reports, research articles, and publications. In addition to commissioned reports and research papers, we have also initiated studies and projects. We are keen on finding new research initiatives by request. Our topics include, e.g., one-planet lifestyles, sustainable resource-use, life cycle analysis, carbon footprinting, and circular economy.

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Flow Impacts: Material and carbon footprint assessment of Flow Festival 2022

Envisioning 1.5 -Degree Lifestyles: Policies for Low-Carbon Cities in 2030

Facilitating Individuals’ Transitions Toward 1.5-Degree Lifestyle at a Global Scale with SUSLA

1.5-Degree Lifestyles: Towards A Fair Consumption Space for All

Lifestyle carbon footprints and changes in lifestyles to limit global warming to 1.5 °C, and ways forward for related research

Exploring carbon footprint reduction pathways through urban lifestyle changes: a practical approach applied to Japanese cities

Changing behavior towards sustainable consumption habits with eco-feedback technologies through user experience

Kohtuullisuus kulutusvalinnoissa – havaintoja kestävien elämäntapojen kiihdyttämöstä (in Finnish)

Calculating and tracking the environmental impact of everyday – An overview of Finnish footprinting tools

How can people better understand their environmental impacts: An Introduction to lifestyle calculators

Initiating transitions towards 1.5-degree lifestyles: An action research study on a design game

Giving legs to handprint thinking: foundations for evaluating the good we do

1.5-degree lifestyles: Targets and options for reducing lifestyle carbon footprints

1.5-degree lifestyles: Targets and options for reducing lifestyle carbon footprints – A summary

Carbon footprints and consumer lifestyles: an analysis of lifestyle factors and gap analysis by consumer segment in Japan

Do households have the key to solve the climate crisis? Assessing energy saving experiments in Finnis households from practice theoretical approach (FI, abstract in EN)

A sustainable level of material footprint — Benchmark for designing one-planet lifestyles

A household’s burden: the embodied resource use of household equipment in Germany

Ten years of bioeconomy in the Finnish media

The nutritional footprint: integrated methodology using environmental and health indicators to indicate potential for absolute reduction of natural resource use in the field of food and nutrition