David Bryngelsson

Forskare at Chalmers, Space, Earth and Environment, Physical Resource Theory

David Bryngelsson’s research covers the cross-disciplinary field between natural science and economy. He investigates potential negative effects from increases in demand for bioenergy. His focus is on large-scale production and global perspectives, using different modeling tools to describe drivers and important mechanisms. David was in 2011 chosen by the magazine Miljöaktuellt as one of 30 Swedish profiles under 30 years of age who may play important parts in the transition towards a sustainable society. He is an appreciated lecturer in the fields of climate and energy.

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Showing 24 publications

2018

Carbon Label at a University Restaurant – Label Implementation and Evaluation

Florentine Brunner, Verena Kurz, David Bryngelsson et al
Ecological Economics. Vol. 146, p. 658-667
Journal article
2017

How Do Dietary Choices Influence the Energy-System Cost of Stabilizing the Climate?

David Bryngelsson, Fredrik Hedenus, Daniel Johansson et al
Energies. Vol. 10 (2)
Journal article
2017

Policy strategies for reducing the climate impact of food and agriculture

Stefan Wirsenius, Fredrik Hedenus, David Bryngelsson
The Crisis in Meat and Dairy Consumption, p. 301-316
Book chapter
2016

How can the EU climate targets be met? A combined analysis of technological and demand-side changes in food and agriculture

David Bryngelsson, Stefan Wirsenius, Fredrik Hedenus et al
Food Policy. Vol. 59, p. 152-164
Journal article
2016

Att jämföra koldioxid och metan – varför GWP inte ger hela bilden

Christian Azar, David Bryngelsson, Daniel Johansson et al
Uppsalainiativet
Magazine article
2016

Vi kan äta mycket kött och ändå nå klimatmålen

David Bryngelsson, Stefan Wirsenius
Supermiljöbloggen (22 feb)
Magazine article
2016

Smutskastning löser inte klimatfrågan

David Bryngelsson, Stefan Wirsenius, Fredrik Hedenus et al
Land Lantbruk (8 juni)
Magazine article
2015

Climate metrics and the carbon footprint of livestock products: where's the beef?

Martin Persson, Daniel Johansson, Christel Cederberg et al
Environmental Research Letters. Vol. 10 (3), p. Art. no, 034005-
Journal article
2015

Land Lantbruk dribblar bort fakta

Fredrik Hedenus, David Bryngelsson, Jörgen Larsson
Land Lantbruk (20 mars)
Magazine article
2015

LRF och Svenskt flyg svarar inte om klimatmålen

David Andersson, Fredrik Hedenus, Anders Biel et al
Dagens Nyheter
Magazine article
2015

Low carbon lifestyles: potential for Sweden for 2050

Jörgen Larsson, David Andersson, David Bryngelsson et al
PERL International Conference: A Decade of Responsible Living: Preparing, Engaging, Responding and Learning. UNESCO, Paris 10-11 March, 2014
Conference contribution
2015

A cobweb model of land-use competition between food and bioenergy crops

Liv Lundberg, Emma Jonson, Kristian Lindgren et al
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. Vol. 53, p. 1-14
Journal article
2015

Matkonsumtionens klimatpåverkan och markanvändning

Fredrik Hedenus, David Bryngelsson, Stefan Wirsenius et al
Hållbara konsumtionsmönster – analyser av maten, flyget och den totala konsumtionens klimatpåverkan idag och 2050. En forskarantologi, p. 10-
Chapter in monograph, book - popular science
2015

Nu krävs kraftfulla åtgärder mot nötkött och flygresor

David Andersson, Christian Azar, Anders Biel et al
Dagens Nyheter. Vol. 2015-02-27
Magazine article
2013

Nötkött är den största miljöboven

Fredrik Hedenus, David Bryngelsson, Jörgen Larsson
Svenska dagbladet (3 maj)
Magazine article
2013

Why large-scale bioenergy production on marginal land is unfeasible: A conceptual partial equilibrium analysis

David Bryngelsson, Kristian Lindgren
Energy Policy. Vol. 55, p. 454-466
Journal article
2013

Spelar ingen större roll om kor äter gräs eller spannmål

Fredrik Hedenus, David Bryngelsson, Jörgen Larsson
Svenska dagbladet (10 maj)
Magazine article
2013

Scenarier för klimatpåverkan från matkonsumtionen 2050

David Bryngelsson, Fredrik Hedenus, Jörgen Larsson
Report
2012

A conceptual partial equilibrium model of global agricultural land use

David Bryngelsson, Kristian Lindgren
Preprint
2012

On Food Price Implications from Expanded Bioenergy Production

David Bryngelsson
Licentiate thesis
2012

The effect of food–price movements on African households

David Bryngelsson, Anders Åhlén, Martin Persson et al
International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology. Vol. 9 (3-4), p. 121-146
Journal article
2010

Is it possible to avoid bad impacts by using good fuel ethanol?

Göran Berndes, David Bryngelsson, Gerd Sparovek
Report

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