Tim Taylor
Tim Taylor
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Counting the cost of vulture decline—An appraisal of the human health and other benefits of vultures in India
A Markandya, T Taylor, A Longo, MN Murty, S Murty, K Dhavala
Ecological Economics 67 (2), 194-204, 2008
2562008
Dynamic misspecification in the environmental Kuznets curve: Evidence from CO< sub> 2</sub> and SO< sub> 2</sub> emissions in the United Kingdom
J Fosten, B Morley, T Taylor
Ecological Economics, 2012
1522012
Incorporating ecosystem services in marine planning: The role of valuation
T Börger, NJ Beaumont, L Pendleton, KJ Boyle, P Cooper, S Fletcher, ...
Marine Policy 46, 161-170, 2014
1062014
Integrating health and environmental impact analysis
S Reis, G Morris, LE Fleming, S Beck, T Taylor, M White, MH Depledge, ...
public health 129 (10), 1383-1389, 2015
902015
Dictionary of Environmental Economics
R Perelet, P Mason, A Markandya, T Taylor
Routledge, 2012
862012
Dictionary of environmental economics.
A Markandya, R Perelet, P Mason, T Taylor
Dictionary of environmental economics, 2001
86*2001
Recreational physical activity in natural environments and implications for health: A population based cross-sectional study in England
MP White, LR Elliott, T Taylor, BW Wheeler, A Spencer, A Bone, ...
Preventive Medicine 91, 383-388, 2016
822016
Damage costs of nitrogen fertilizer in Europe and their internalization
H Von Blottnitz, A Rabl, D Boiadjiev, T Taylor, S Arnold
Journal of environmental planning and management 49 (3), 413-433, 2006
732006
Damage Costs of Nitrogen Fertiliser and Their Internalization
H Von Blottnitz, A Rabl, D Boiadjiev, T Taylor, S Arnold
SusTools Tools for Sustainability: Development and Application of an …, 2004
73*2004
Impacts of climate change on domestic tourism in the UK: a panel data estimation
T Taylor, RA Ortiz
Tourism Economics 15 (4), 803-812, 2009
692009
‘Green’on the ground but not in the air: Pro-environmental attitudes are related to household behaviours but not discretionary air travel
I Alcock, MP White, T Taylor, DF Coldwell, MO Gribble, KL Evans, ...
Global Environmental Change 42, 136-147, 2017
662017
CDM sustainable development impacts. Developed for the UNEP project'CD4CDM'
A Olhoff, A Markandya, K Halsnaes, T Taylor
UNEP Risř Centre on Energy, Climate and Sustainable Development, Risř DTU …, 2004
602004
Tourism and sustainable development: Lessons from recent World Bank experience
A Markandya, T Taylor, S Pedroso
International conference on tourism and sustainable economic development …, 2003
532003
The Online Dissemination of Nature–Health Concepts: Lessons from Sentiment Analysis of Social Media Relating to “Nature-Deficit Disorder”
M Palomino, T Taylor, A Göker, J Isaacs, S Warber
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 13 (1), 142, 2016
512016
Valuing algal bloom in the Black Sea Coast of Bulgaria: A choice experiments approach
T Taylor, A Longo
Journal of environmental management 91 (10), 1963-1971, 2010
512010
The nexus between climate change, ecosystem services and human health: Towards a conceptual framework
A Chiabai, S Quiroga, P Martinez-Juarez, S Higgins, T Taylor
Science of The Total Environment 635, 1191-1204, 2018
362018
Wellbeing and society: Towards quantification of the co-benefits of wellbeing
A Maccagnan, S Wren-Lewis, H Brown, T Taylor
Social Indicators Research 141 (1), 217-243, 2019
222019
Mainstreaming Carbon Management in Healthcare Systems: A Bottom-Up Modeling Approach
AS Pollard, TJ Taylor, LE Fleming, W Stahl-Timmins, MH Depledge, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (2), 678-686, 2013
182013
The carbon footprint of acute care: how energy intensive is critical care?
AS Pollard, JJ Paddle, TJ Taylor, A Tillyard
Public Health, 0
18
Making the Case for “Whole System” Approaches: Integrating Public Health and Housing
R Sharpe, T Taylor, L Fleming, K Morrissey, G Morris, R Wigglesworth
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 15 (11), 2345, 2018
172018
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