List of publications

Books

  • Santarius, Tilman/ Walnum, Hans Jakob/ Aall, Carlo (Ed.): Rethinking Climate and Energy Policies. New Perspectives on the Rebound Phenomenon. New York: Springer, 2016.

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  • Sachs, Wolfgang/ Santarius, Tilman: Slow Trade – Sound Farming. A Multilateral Framework for Sustainable Markets in Agriculture. Berlin/ Aachen: Heinrich-Böll-Foundation/ Misereor, 2007.

Published also in German, French, Spanish, Italian, Arabic, Czech, Polish, Portuguese, and Indonesian.

  • Sachs, Wolfgang/ Santarius, Tilman (Ed.): Fair Future. Resource Conflicts, Security, and Global Justice. A Report of the Wuppertal Institute. London: zed books, 2007.

Published also in German, Spanish, Italian, Korean, and Japanese

Articles, book chapters, and other publications

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  • Jaeger-Erben, Melanie/ Kramm, Johanna/ Sonnberger, Marco/ Völker, Carolin/ Albert, Christian/ Graf, Antonia/ Hermans, Kathleen/ Lange, Steffen/ Santarius, Tilman/ Schröter, Barbara/ Sievers-Glotzbach, Stefanie/ Winzer, Janis (2018): Building Capacities for Transdisciplinary Research. Challenges and Recommendations for Early-Career Researchers. In: GAIA 27/4, S. 379-386.
  • Santarius, Tilman/ Walnum, Hans Jakob/ Aall, Carlo: From Unidisciplinary to Multidisciplinary Rebound Research: Lessons Learned for Comprehensive Climate and Energy Policies. In: Frontiers in Energy Research 2018, Vol. 6, Article 104.
  • Santarius, Tilman/ Soland, Martin (2018): How Technological Efficiency Improvements Change Consumer Preferences: Towards a Psychological Theory of Rebound Effects. In: Ecological Economics, Vol. 146, S. 414-424.
  • Santarius, Tilman (2018): Digitalization, Efficiency and the Rebound Effect. Blogpost from Februar 16 at https://www.degrowth.info/de/2017/02/digitalization-efficiency-and-the-rebound-effect/
  • Santarius, Tilman/ Walnum, Hans Jakob/ Aall, Carlo: Rebound Research in a Warming World. In: ibid (Ed.) Rethinking Climate and Energy Policies. New Perspectives on the Rebound Phenomenon. New York: Springer, 2016, pp. 1-16.
  • Santarius, Tilman/ Soland, Martin: Towards a Psychological Theory and Comprehensive Rebound Typology. In: Santarius, Tilman/ Walnum, Hans Jakob/ Aall, Carlo (Ed.) Rethinking Climate and Energy Policies. New Perspectives on the Rebound Phenomenon. New York: Springer, 2016, pp. 107-120.
  • Santarius, Tilman: Energy Efficiency and Social Acceleration: Macro-Level Rebounds from a Sociological Perspective. In: Santarius, Tilman/ Walnum, Hans Jakob/ Aall, Carlo (Ed.) Rethinking Climate and Energy Policies. New Perspectives on the Rebound Phenomenon. New York: Springer, 2016, pp. 143-160.
  • Santarius, Tilman/ Walnum, Hans Jakob/ Aall, Carlo: Respecting Rebounds for Sustainability Reasons. In: ibid (Ed.): Rethinking Climate and Energy Policies. New Perspectives on the Rebound Phenomenon. New York: Springer, 2016, pp. 287-294.
  • Santarius, Tilman: Investigating meso-economic rebound effects: Production-side effects and feedback loops between the micro and macro level. In: Journal of Cleaner Production (in press 2015, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.09.055).
  • Santarius, Tilman: Micro-macro Discrepancy and Cause-effect Relativity in Rebound Research. In: GAIA 24/2, 2015, S. 85-87.
  • Santarius, Tilman: Energy Efficiency, Human Behavior, and Economic Growth: Challenges to cutting energy demand to sustainable levels. In: Knapp, Robert H. et al. (ed.): Physics of Sustainable Energy III: Using Energy Efficiently and Producing It Renewably. Melville, 2015, S. 71-82.
  • Santarius, Tilman: Rebound Effects: Blind Spots in the Socio-Ecological Transition of Indus-trial Societies. In: GAIA 23(2), 2014, pp. 109 -117. Nominated for GAIA Best Paper Award 2014.
  • Chemnitz, Christine/ Santarius, Tilman: Rethinking food security strategies in times of climate change: the case for regionalization of agricultural trade and local markets. In: UNCTAD Trade and Environment Review 2013. Geneva, S. 280-285.
  • Santarius, Tilman: Green Growth Unraveled. How Rebound Effects Baffle Sustainability Targets When the Economy Keeps Growing. Berlin/Washington: Heinrich Boell Foundation, 2012.
  • Santarius, Tilman/ Scheffran, Jürgen/ Tricarico, Antonio: North South Transitions to Green Economies. Making Export Support, Technology Transfer, and Foreign Direct Investments Work for Climate Protection. Berlin: Heinrich Böll Stiftung, 2012.
  • Santarius, Tilman: Climate and Trade. An Introduction to Issues of Conflict and Convergence. In: Seattle to Brussels Network (Eds.): Trade reader. Beginner’s guide to the EU trade and Investment Policy. Brussels, 2012. http://www.s2bnetwork.org/themes/eus-trade-strategy/trade-reader.html
  • Santarius, Tilman et al.: One Step Forward and Two Sideward. Regional Analyses of Climate Policy in 2010 and the Cancun Climate Conference (COP 16). Berlin: Heinrich Böll Foundation, 2011. http://www.boell.de/ecology/climate/climate-energy-analysis-climate-policy-2010-cop16-11022.html
  • Santarius, Tilman/ Unmüßig, Barbara: Balancing between Justness and Importance. Do Non-Governmental-Organisations have to save the World? In: Göhler, Adrienne (ed.): Examples to Follow. Expeditions in Esthetics and Sustainability. Berlin, 2010, pp. 182-185.
  • Sachs, Wolfgang/ Santarius, Tilman: Towards a New Architecture of Agricultural Trade in the World Market. In: Gottwald, Franz-Theo/ Ingensiep, Hans Werner/ Meinhardt, Marc (Ed.): Food Ethics. New York, 2010, pp. 185-203.
  • Santarius, Tilman et al.: Failure or Opportunity? A Regional Analysis of the Copenhagen Climate Conference and How its Outcome Has Been Perceived. Berlin: Heinrich Böll Foundation, 2010.
  • Fuhr, Lili/ Santarius, Tilman: On the Agenda in Copenhagen. In: Boell Thema, II/2009, pp. 6-10.
  • Santarius, Tilman: Climate and Trade. Why Climate Change Calls for Fundamental Reforms in World Trade Policy. German NGO Forum on Environment and Development/ Heinrich Boell Foundation. Bonn/ Berlin: German NGO Forum on Environment and Development, 2009.
  • Santarius, Tilman: The Misery of the WTO: For a Reinvention of World Trade. Published online at: Portland Independent Media Center, http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2009/04/390165.shtml, 2009.
  • Santarius, Tilman: From a Marathon to a Sprint. In: Environmental Finance, May 2009, S. 18-19.
  • Santarius, Tilman et al.: Pit Stop Poznan. An Analysis of Negotiations on the Bali Action Plan at the Stopover to Copenhagen. In: Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law (JEEPL), Vol. 6, Iss. 1, 2009.
  • Braun, Marcel/ Santarius, Tilman: Climate Politics in the Multi-Level Governance System. Emissions Trading and Institutional Changes in Environmental Policy-Making. Wuppertal Paper No. 172. Wuppertal: Wuppertal Institute, 2008.
  • Murphy, Sophia/ Santarius, Tilman: The World Bank’s WDR 2008: Agriculture for Development: Response from a Slow Trade – Sound Farming Perspective. EcoFair Trade Dialogue Discussion Paper No. 10. www.ecofair-trade.org, 2007.
  • Sachs, Wolfgang/ Santarius, Tilman: World Trade and the Regeneration of Agriculture. EcoFair Trade Dialogue Discussion Paper No. 9. www.ecofair-trade.org, 2007.
  • Beuermann, Christiane/ Santarius, Tilman: Ecological Tax Reform in Germany: Handling Two Hot Potatoes at the Same Time. In: Energy Policy Vol. 34, Nr. 8, 2006, S. 917-929.
  • Ott, Hermann E./ Santarius, Tilman: Global Climate. In: Yearbook of International Environmental Law (14), 2003, S. 272-279.
  • Santarius, Tilman et al.: Balancing Trade and Environment. An Ecological Reform of the WTO as a Challenge in Sustainable Global Governance. Wuppertal Paper Nr. 133e. Wuppertal: Wuppertal Institute, 2003.
  • Beuermann, Christiane/ Santarius, Tilman: Social acceptance of German Ecological Tax Reform. In: Nikkei Ecology, February 2003, page 21.
  • Santarius, Tilman/ Ott, Hermann E.: Attitues of German Companies Regarding the Implementation of an Emissions Trading Scheme. Wuppertal Paper Nr. 122e. Wuppertal: Wuppertal Institute, 2002.

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