Publications

More publications by each group member can be found from Aalto Research Information Portal.

The most recent publications of NODUS members are as follows:

 

Mikko Jalas
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The most recent publications:

Rinkinen, J & Jalas, M. (2016). Moving home: houses, new occupants and the formation of heating practices. Building Research and Informationhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09613218.2016.1143299

Heiskanen, E., Jalas, M., Rinkinen, J. & Tainio, P. (2015).The local community as “low-carbon lab”: Promises and perils. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.eist.2014.08.001 ISSN: 2210-4224.

Rinkinen, J., Jalas, M. & Shove, E. (2015). Object Relations in Accounts of Everyday Life. Sociologydoi: 10.1177/0038038515577910

Jalas, M., & Juntunen, J. K. (2015). Energy intensive lifestyles: Time use, the activity patterns of consumers, and related energy demands in Finland.Ecological Economics, 113, 51-59. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.02.016

Jalas , M., Kuusi, H., and  Heiskanen, E. (2014). Self-building courses of solar heat collectors as sources of consumer empowerment and local embedding of sustainable energy technology. Science & Technology Studies 27 (1). (PDF)

Jalas, M., & Rinkinen, J. (2013). Stacking wood and staying warm: time, temporality and housework around domestic heating systems. Journal of Consumer Culture, 1469540513509639. doi:10.1177/1469540513509639

Heinonen, J., Jalas, M., Juntunen, J.K., Ala-Mantila, S. and Junnila S. (2013).Situated lifestyles: II. The impacts of urban density, housing type and motorization on the greenhouse gas emissions of the middle income consumers in Finland. Environ. Res. Lett. 8 (2013) 035050. (Online)

 

Cindy Kohtala
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The most recent publications:

Kohtala, C., 2016. Making Sustainability: How Fab Labs Address Environmental Issues (Doctoral Dissertation). Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Department of Design, Helsinki, Finland. (PDF)

Kohtala, C., 2015. Addressing sustainability in research on distributed production: an integrated literature review. J. Clean. Prod. 106, 654–668. doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2014.09.039

Berglund, E., Kohtala, C. (Eds.), 2015. Uusi Helsinki? 11 näkökulmaa kaupungin mahdollisuuksiin | Det nya Helsingfors? 11 olika perspektiv på en stads möjligheter | Changing Helsinki? 11 Views on a City Unfolding. Nemo, Helsinki.

Vezzoli, C., Kohtala, C., Srinivasan, A., Diehl, J.C., Fusakul, S.M., Xin, L., Sateesh, D., 2014. Product-Service System Design for Sustainability. Greenleaf Publishing, Sheffield, UK.

 

Pekka Murto
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The most recent publications:

Murto, P., Person, O., Ahola, M., 2014. Shaping the face of environmentally sustainable products: image boards and early consumer involvement in ship interior design. Journal of Cleaner Production 75, 86–95. doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2014.03.078

Ahola, M., Murto, P., Kujala, P., Pitkänen, J., 2014. Perceiving safety in passenger ships – User studies in an authentic environment. Safety Science 70, 222–232. doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2014.05.017

Murto, P., Person, O., (forthcoming 2016). Environmentally Sustainable Design in a Business Network: A Study on the Position of Designers in the Development of a Passenger Ship. Design Management Journal. doi: 10.1111/dmj.12021

 

Tatu Marttila
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The most recent publications:

Marttila, T., and Kohtala, C. 2014. “Transdisciplinary Platforms: Teaching sustainability to design students”. In C. Vezzoli, C. Kohtala and A. Srinivasan (Eds.), Product-Service System Design for Sustainability (450-470). London: Greenleaf. ISBN 978-1-906093-67-9

Marttila, T. 2012. “Between a Problem Context and a Problem Setting: Twofold reflection in inter-professional design collaboration for sustainability”. In Proceedings of DRS 2012. Bangkok, TH: Chulalongkorn University.

 

Idil Gaziulusoy
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The most recent publications:

Ceschin, F. & Gaziulusoy, I. (In Press). Evolution of Design for Sustainability: From Product Design to Design for System Innovations and Transitions. Design Studies.

Ryan, C., Gaziulusoy, I., McCormick, K., & Trudgeon, M. (2016). Virtual City Experimentation: A Critical Role for Design Visioning. In J. Evans, A. Karvonen & R. Raven (Eds.), The Experimental City: Routledge.

Gaziulusoy, A. I. , Ryan, C., McGrail, S., Chandler, P., & Twomey, P. (2016). Identifying and Addressing Challenges Faced by Transdisciplinary Research Teams in Climate Change Research During Early Phases of Project Execution. Journal of Cleaner Production, Special Issue: Strategies for sustainable solutions: an interdisciplinary and collaborative research agenda, 123, 55-64. (Abstract)

Blok, V., Long, T. B., Gaziulusoy, A. I., Ciliz, N., Lozano, R., Huisingh, D., Csutora, M. & Boks, C. (2015). From best practices to bridges for a more sustainable future: advances and challenges in the transition to global sustainable production and consumption: Introduction to the ERSCP stream of the Special volume.Journal of Cleaner Production, 108, Part A, 19-30. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.04.119

Gaziulusoy, A. I., & Brezet, H. (2015). Design for Sustainable System Innovations: A Conceptual Framework Integrating Insights from Sustainability Science and Theories of System Innovations and Transitions.Journal of Cleaner Production, 108, 558-568. (Abstract)

 

Michael Lettenmeier
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The most recent publications:  

Laakso, S.; Lettenmeier, M. 2016. A micro-level methodology for the transition towards low-resource household consumption. Journal of Cleaner Production 132, 184-191.

Paloheimo, H., Lettenmeier, M., & Waris, H. 2015. Transport reduction by crowdsourced deliveries–a library case in Finland. Journal of Cleaner Production 132, 240-251.

Lukas, M.; Rohn, H.; Lettenmeier, M.; Liedtke, C.; Wiesen, K. 2016. The nutritional footprint–integrated methodology using environmental and health indicators to indicate potential for absolute reduction of natural resource use in the field of food and nutrition. Journal of Cleaner Production 132, 161-170.

Von Geibler, J., Cordaro, F., Kennedy, K., Lettenmeier, M., & Roche, B. 2016. Integrating resource efficiency in business strategies: a mixed-method approach for environmental life cycle assessment in the single-serve coffee value chain. Journal of Cleaner Production, 115, 62-74.

Lettenmeier, M.; Liedtke, C.; Rohn, H. 2014. Eight Tons of Material Footprint—Suggestion for a Resource Cap for Household Consumption in Finland. Resources 3(3), 488-515.

Liedtke C., Bienge K., Wiesen, K., Teubler, J., Greiff, K., Lettenmeier, M., Rohn, H. 2014. Resource use in the production and consumption system : the MIPS approach. Resources, 3(3), 544-574.

 

Mika Kuisma
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Michael Lettenmeier
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