Adrian Leip
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Food systems are responsible for a third of global anthropogenic GHG emissions
M Crippa, E Solazzo, D Guizzardi, F Monforti-Ferrario, FN Tubiello, A Leip
Nature Food 2 (3), 198-209, 2021
Too much of a good thing
MA Sutton, O Oenema, JW Erisman, A Leip, H Van Grinsven, ...
Nature 472 (7342), 159-161, 2011
Food choices, health and environment: Effects of cutting Europe's meat and dairy intake
H Westhoek, JP Lesschen, T Rood, S Wagner, A De Marco, ...
Global environmental change 26, 196-205, 2014
Impacts of European livestock production: nitrogen, sulphur, phosphorus and greenhouse gas emissions, land-use, water eutrophication and biodiversity
A Leip, G Billen, J Garnier, B Grizzetti, L Lassaletta, S Reis, D Simpson, ...
Environmental Research Letters 10 (11), 115004, 2015
Recycling of livestock manure in a whole-farm perspective
SO Petersen, SG Sommer, F Béline, C Burton, J Dach, JY Dourmad, ...
Livestock science 112 (3), 180-191, 2007
Livestock greenhouse gas emissions and mitigation potential in Europe
J Bellarby, R Tirado, A Leip, F Weiss, JP Lesschen, P Smith
Global change biology 19 (1), 3-18, 2013
Environmental footprint family to address local to planetary sustainability and deliver on the SDGs
D Vanham, A Leip, A Galli, T Kastner, M Bruckner, A Uwizeye, K Van Dijk, ...
Science of the Total Environment 693, 133642, 2019
Evaluation of the livestock sector's contribution to the EU greenhouse gas emissions (GGELS)
A Leip, F Weiss, T Wassenaar, I Perez, T Fellmann, P Loudjani, F Tubiello, ...
CE, 2010
J Weiss
The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Victorian Women’s Writing, 12-16, 2022
Nitrogen footprints: past, present and future
JN Galloway, W Winiwarter, A Leip, AM Leach, A Bleeker, JW Erisman
Environmental Research Letters 9 (11), 115003, 2014
Factors controlling regional differences in forest soil emission of nitrogen oxides (NO and N2O)
K Pilegaard, U Skiba, P Ambus, C Beier, N Brüggemann, ...
Biogeosciences 3 (4), 651-661, 2006
Demand-side solutions to climate change mitigation consistent with high levels of well-being
F Creutzig, L Niamir, X Bai, M Callaghan, J Cullen, J Díaz-José, ...
Nature Climate Change 12 (1), 36-46, 2022
Linking an economic model for European agriculture with a mechanistic model to estimate nitrogen and carbon losses from arable soils in Europe
A Leip, G Marchi, R Koeble, M Kempen, W Britz, C Li
Biogeosciences 5 (1), 73-94, 2008
The potential of future foods for sustainable and healthy diets
A Parodi, A Leip, IJM De Boer, PM Slegers, F Ziegler, EHM Temme, ...
Nature Sustainability 1 (12), 782-789, 2018
Livestock and greenhouse gas emissions: The importance of getting the numbers right
M Herrero, P Gerber, T Vellinga, T Garnett, A Leip, C Opio, HJ Westhoek, ...
Animal Feed Science and Technology 166, 779-782, 2011
The European carbon balance. Part 2: croplands
P CIAIS, M WATTENBACH, N Vuichard, P SMITH, SL Piao, A Don, ...
Global Change Biology 16 (5), 1409-1428, 2010
Inventories of N2O and NO emissions from European forest soils
M Kesik, P Ambus, R Baritz, N Brüggemann, K Butterbach-Bahl, M Damm, ...
Biogeosciences 2 (4), 353-375, 2005
Nitrogen emissions along global livestock supply chains
A Uwizeye, IJM de Boer, CI Opio, RPO Schulte, A Falcucci, G Tempio, ...
Nature Food 1 (7), 437-446, 2020
Farm, land, and soil nitrogen budgets for agriculture in Europe calculated with CAPRI
A Leip, W Britz, F Weiss, W de Vries
Environmental pollution 159 (11), 3243-3253, 2011
Environmental impact food labels combining carbon, nitrogen, and water footprints
AM Leach, KA Emery, J Gephart, KF Davis, JW Erisman, A Leip, ML Pace, ...
Food policy 61, 213-223, 2016
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