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    The rapid growth of human population and associated industrialisation creates strains on resources and climate. One way to understand the impact of human activity is to quantify the total environmental pressures by measuring the ‘footprint’. Footprints account for the total direct and/or indirect effects of a product or a consumption activity, which may be related to e.g. carbon, water or land use, and can be seen as a proxy for environmental responsibility. Footprints shape climate and resource…Read more
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    Ethical implications of co-benefits rationale within climate change mitigation strategy
    with May Thorseth
    Etikk I Praksis - Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics 10 (2): 141. 2016.
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    Implicit and Explicit Knowledge Both Improve Dual Task Performance in a Continuous Pursuit Tracking Task
    with Harald E. Ewolds, Laura Bröker, Markus Raab, and Stefan Künzell
    Frontiers in Psychology 8. 2017.
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    An adaptive toolbox approach to the route to expertise in sport
    with Babett H. Lobinger and Markus Raab
    Frontiers in Psychology 5. 2014.
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    A confirmação do sujeito capaz em Ricoeur: identidade pessoal e imputação moral
    Cadernos de Ética E Filosofia Política 19 29-42. 2011.
    Paul Ricoeur believes that the intended absolute distance relationship between the self and the other should be overlapped by a reciprocal relationship by which one opens up to the other and his voice is interiorized in the same. The reciprocity model is in the language by changing the personal pronoun I for self, mainly, on the act of the promise speech. Ricoeur thinks the meaning of responsibility as accountability, that is, the self becomes responsible for his/her acts from the awareness of b…Read more
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    Ethical implications of co-benefits rationale within climate change mitigation strateg
    with Thorseth May
    Etikk I Praksis- Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics 141-170. 2016.
    The climate change mitigation effort is being translated into several actions and discourses that make collateral benefits and their rationale increasingly relevant for sustainability, in such a way that they are now a constant part of the political agenda. Taking a broader and consensual perspective, co-benefits are considered here to be emerging advantages of implementing measures to lower greenhouse gases. Starting with the analysis of policy documents referring to two European urban transpor…Read more