Further reading

  1. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Global Mitigation of Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases: 2010-2030. 2013. URL: https://www3.epa.gov/climatechange/Downloads/EPAactivities/MAC_Report_2013.pdf.

  2. Nikos Alexandratos and Jelle Bruinsma. World agriculture towards 2030/2050: the 2012 revision. Report 12-03, FAO, June 2012.

  3. Markus Amann, Rafal Cabala, Janusz Cofala, Chris Heyes, Zbigniew Klimont, Wolfgang Schopp, Leonor Tarrason, David Simpson, Peter Wind, and Jan-Eiof Jonson. "Current Legislation" and the "Maximum Technically Feasible Reduction" cases for the CAFE baseline emission projections. IIASA, Vienna, 2004. URL: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Zbigniew_Klimont/publication/230709494_The_Current_Legislation_and_the_Maximum_Technically_Feasible_Reduction_cases_for_the_CAFE_baseline_emission_projections._CAFE_Report__2/links/0deec53cd2d778aafb000000.pdf (visited on 2016-03-24).

  4. Goran Berndes, Monique Hoogwijk, and Richard van den Broek. The contribution of biomass in the future global energy supply: a review of 17 studies. Biomass and Bioenergy, 25(1):1–28, 7 2003. doi:10.1016/S0961-9534(02)00185-X.

  5. A.F. Bouwman, K.W. Van der Hoek, B. Eickhout, and I. Soenario. Exploring changes in world ruminant production systems. Agricultural Systems, 84(2):121 – 153, 2005. doi:10.1016/j.agsy.2004.05.006.

  6. Stefan Bringezu, Helmut Schutz, Meghan O’Brien, Lea Kauppi, Robert W Howarth, and Jeff McNeely. Assessing biofuels: towards sustainable production and use of resources. United Nations Environment Programme, 2009. ISBN 92-807-3052-5.

  7. Veronika Dornburg, APC Faaij, PA Verweij, Martin Banse, Kees van Diepen, Herman van Keulen, Hans Langeveld, Marieke Meeusen, Gerrie van de Ven, and Flip Wester. Biomass assessment: assessment of global biomass potentials and their links to food, water, biodiversity, energy demand and economy: inventory and analysis of existing studies: supporting document. Report/WAB, 2008.

  8. Bas Eickhout, Gert Jan van den Born, Jos Notenboom, M van Oorschot, JPM Ros, DP Van Vuuren, and HJ Westhoek. Local and global consequences of the EU renewable directive for biofuels: Testing the sustainability criteria. Local and global consequences of the EU renewable directive for biofuels: testing the sustainability criteria, 2008.

  9. RA Fischer, Derek Byerlee, and Gregory O Edmeades. Can technology deliver on the yield challenge to 2050? 2009. URL: http://www.fao.org/3/a-ak542e/ak542e12a.pdf.

  10. Chris E Forest, Peter H Stone, Andrei P Sokolov, Myles R Allen, and Mort D Webster. Quantifying uncertainties in climate system properties with the use of recent climate observations. Science, 295(5552):113–117, 2002.

  11. Claire Granier, Bertrand Bessagnet, Tami Bond, Ariela D’Angiola, Hugo Denier van Der Gon, Gregory J Frost, Angelika Heil, Johannes W Kaiser, Stefan Kinne, and Zbigniew Klimont. Evolution of anthropogenic and biomass burning emissions of air pollutants at global and regional scales during the 1980–2010 period. Climatic Change, 109(1-2):163–190, 2011.

  12. Monique Hoogwijk and Wina Graus. Global potential of renewable energy sources: a literature assessment. Background report prepared by order of REN21. Ecofys, PECSNL072975, 2008.

  13. Monique Maria Hoogwijk. On the global and regional potential of renewable energy sources. PhD, Department of Science, Technology and Society. Utrecht University, 2004.

  14. IPCC. Climate Change 2007: Synthesis Report. Contribution of Working Groups I, II and III to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. IPCC, Geneva, Switzerland, 2007. URL: http://www.ipcc.ch/pdf/assessment-report/ar4/syr/ar4_syr_full_report.pdf.

  15. Global Emissions Joint Research Centre. Emission Database for Global Atmospheric Research EDGAR v4.2. 11 2011. URL: http://edgar.jrc.ec.europa.eu/overview.php?v=42.

  16. Ilkka Keppo, Brian C O'Neill, and Keywan Riahi. Probabilistic temperature change projections and energy system implications of greenhouse gas emission scenarios. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 74(7):936–961, 2007.

  17. Richard Loulou, Gary Goldstein, and Ken Noble. Documentation for the MARKAL Family of Models - Part II: MARKAL-MACRO. IEA Energy Technology Systems Analysis Programme (ETSAP), October 2004. URL: https://www.iea-etsap.org/MrklDoc-II_MARKALMACRO.pdf.

  18. Malte Meinshausen. What does a 2 C target mean for greenhouse gas concentrations? A brief analysis based on multi-gas emission pathways and several climate sensitivity uncertainty estimates. Avoiding dangerous climate change, 2006.

  19. Sanderine Nonhebel. Energy from agricultural residues and consequences for land requirements for food production. Agricultural Systems, 94(2):586–592, 2007.

  20. B.C. O’Neill, T.R. Carter, K.L. Ebi, J. Edmonds, S. Hallegatte, E. Kemp-Benedict, E. Kriegler, L. Mearns, R. Moss, K. Riahi, B. van Ruijven, and D. van Vuuren. Meeting report of the workshop on the nature and use of new socioeconomic pathways for climate change research. Report, NCAR, November 2-4, 2011 2012. URL: http://www.isp.ucar.edu/socio-economic-pathways.

  21. Andrew J Plantinga, Thomas Mauldin, and Douglas J Miller. An econometric analysis of the costs of sequestering carbon in forests. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 81(4):812–824, 1999.

  22. Shilpa Rao, Vadim Chirkov, Frank Dentener, Rita Van Dingenen, Shonali Pachauri, Pallav Purohit, Markus Amann, Chris Heyes, Patrick Kinney, and Peter Kolp. Environmental modeling and methods for estimation of the global health impacts of air pollution. Environmental Modeling & Assessment, 17(6):613–622, 2012.

  23. Keywan Riahi, Arnulf Grubler, and Nebojsa Nakicenovic. Scenarios of long-term socio-economic and environmental development under climate stabilization. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 74(7):887–935, 2007.

  24. Dmitry Rokityanskiy, Pablo C Benitez, Florian Kraxner, Ian McCallum, Michael Obersteiner, Ewald Rametsteiner, and Yoshiki Yamagata. Geographically explicit global modeling of land-use change, carbon sequestration, and biomass supply. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 74(7):1057–1082, 2007.

  25. P. Russ, T. Wiesenthal, D. van Regemorter, and J.C. Ciscar. Global climate policy scenarios for 2030 and beyond: analysis of greenhouse gas emission reduction pathway scenarios with the poles and geme3 models. Institute for Prospective technological Studies, October, 2007.

  26. Jayant Sathaye, Peter Chan, Larry Dale, Willy Makundi, and Ken Andrasko. A summary note estimating global forestry GHG mitigation potential and costs: A dynamic partial equilibrium approach. working draft, August, 10:448–457, 2003.

  27. Jayant Sathaye, Willy Makundi, Larry Dale, Peter Chan, and Kenneth Andrasko. GHG mitigation potential, costs and benefits in global forests: a dynamic partial equilibrium approach. The Energy Journal, pages 127–162, 2006.

  28. Timothy Searchinger, Ralph Heimlich, Richard A Houghton, Fengxia Dong, Amani Elobeid, Jacinto Fabiosa, Simla Tokgoz, Dermot Hayes, and Tun-Hsiang Yu. Use of US croplands for biofuels increases greenhouse gases through emissions from land-use change. Science, 319(5867):1238–1240, 2008.

  29. Edward MW Smeets, Andre PC Faaij, Iris M Lewandowski, and Wim C Turkenburg. A bottom-up assessment and review of global bio-energy potentials to 2050. Progress in Energy and combustion science, 33(1):56–106, 2007.

  30. Pete Smith, Peter J Gregory, Detlef Van Vuuren, Michael Obersteiner, Petr Havlik, Mark Rounsevell, Jeremy Woods, Elke Stehfest, and Jessica Bellarby. Competition for land. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 365(1554):2941–2957, 2010.

  31. Robert N Stavins. The costs of carbon sequestration: a revealed-preference approach. The American Economic Review, 89(4):994–1009, 1999.

  32. Elke Stehfest, Lex Bouwman, Detlef P Van Vuuren, Michel GJ Den Elzen, Bas Eickhout, and Pavel Kabat. Climate benefits of changing diet. Climatic change, 95(1-2):83–102, 2009.

  33. Francesco N Tubiello and Gunther Fischer. Reducing climate change impacts on agriculture: Global and regional effects of mitigation, 2000–2080. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 74(7):1030–1056, 2007.

  34. Jasper van Vliet, Maarten van den Berg, Michiel Schaeffer, Detlef P van Vuuren, Michel Den Elzen, Andries F Hof, Angelica Mendoza Beltran, and Malte Meinshausen. Copenhagen accord pledges imply higher costs for staying below 2 C warming. Climatic Change, 113(2):551–561, 2012.

  35. Detlef van Vuuren, Washington Ochola, Susan Riha, Mario Giampietro, Hector Ginzo, Thomas Henrichs, Sajidin Hussain Hussain, Kaspar Kok, Moraka Makhura Makhura, and Monirul Mirza. Outlook on agricultural changes and its drivers. In Agriculture at a Crossroads-the Global Report of the International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology. Island Press, 2009.

  36. Detlef P Van Vuuren, Elie Bellevrat, Alban Kitous, and Morna Isaac. Bio-energy use and low stabilization scenarios. The Energy Journal, pages 193–221, 2010.

  37. Detlef P Van Vuuren, Jasper van Vliet, and Elke Stehfest. Future bio-energy potential under various natural constraints. Energy Policy, 37(11):4220–4230, 2009.

  38. Tom ML Wigley. MAGICC/SCENGEN 5.3: User manual (version 2). NCAR, Boulder, CO, 2008.