David Andersson

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

David conducts interdisciplinary research related to societal transitions towards long-term climate targets. His main focus is on the demand side of the energy system, focusing on sustainable consumption patterns and their relation to subjective well-being. This research is partly conducted within the framework of the Mistra Urban Futures centre for sustainable urban development.David is also leading the work on developing a web-service that will help inform individuals about their carbon footprint. The work is conducted in close collaboration with the City of Gothenburg. He is also an appreciated lecturer in the field of environmental policy making and sustainable consumption.

Source: chalmers.se

Projects

2014–2015

Evisto/Svalna

David Andersson Physical Resource Theory
City of Gothenburg

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Publications

2017

Subjective temporal well-being: Defining, measuring, and applying a new concept

Jörgen Larsson, David Andersson, Jonas Nässén
COGENT SOCIAL SCIENCES. Vol. 3, p. Article no. 1306201-
Journal article
2016

Should environmentalists be concerned about materialism? An analysis of attitudes, behaviours and greenhouse gas emissions

David Andersson, Jonas Nässén
Journal of Environmental Psychology. Vol. 48 (December), p. 1-11
Journal article
2016

Perspectives on low carbon lifestyles

David Andersson
Doctoral thesis
2016

The Gothenburg congestion charge scheme: A pre-post analysis of commuting behavior and travel satisfaction

David Andersson, Jonas Nässén
Journal of Transport Geography. Vol. 52, p. 82-89
Journal article
2015

LRF och Svenskt flyg svarar inte om klimatmålen

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

Explaining the Variation in Greenhouse Gas Emissions Between Households: Socioeconomic, Motivational, and Physical Factors

Jonas Nässén, David Andersson, Jörgen Larsson et al
Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 19 (3), p. 480-489
Journal article
2015

Low carbon lifestyles: potential for Sweden for 2050

Jörgen Larsson, David Andersson, David Bryngelsson et al
Conference contribution
2015

Explaining the Variation in Greenhouse Gas Emissions Between Households: Socioeconomic, Motivational, and Physical Factors

Jonas Nässén, David Andersson, Jörgen Larsson et al
Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 19 (3), p. 480-489
Journal article
2015

Flygets klimatpåverkan

Jörgen Larsson, Jonas Nässén, David Andersson
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
2014

Effects of continuous feedback on households’ electricity consumption: Potentials and barriers

Andreas Nilsson, Cecilia Jakobsson Bergstad, Liane Thuvander et al
Applied Energy. Vol. 122, p. 17-23
Journal article
2014

Greenhouse gas emissions and subjective well-being: An analysis of Swedish households

David Andersson, Jonas Nässén, Jörgen Larsson et al
Ecological Economics. Vol. 102, p. 75-82
Journal article
2012

Low-carbon transitions and the good life

John Holmberg, Jörgen Larsson, Jonas Nässén et al
Report
2011

Klimatomställningen och det goda livet

John Holmberg, Jörgen Larsson, Jonas Nässén et al
Report
2011

Attitudes to Personal Carbon Allowances

David Andersson, Åsa Löfgren, Anna Widerberg
WORKING PAPERS IN ECONOMICS. Vol. 505, p. 17-
Magazine article