Introduction; S.Sorrell and H.Herring PART I: MICRO REBOUND EFFECTS The Evidence for Direct Rebound Effects; S.Sorrell Fuel Efficiency and Automobile Travel in Germany: An Econometric Analysis of the Rebound Effect; M.Frondel , J.Peters and C.Vance PART II: MACRO REBOUND EFFECTS Modelling the Economy-Wide Rebound Effect; G.Allen , M.Gilmartin , P.G.McGregor , J.K.Swales and K.Turner Specifying Technology for Analyzing Rebound; H.Saunders Energy Efficiency and Economic Growth: The 'Rebound Effect' as a Driver; R.U.Ayres and B.Warr Exploring Jevons' Paradox; S.Sorrell PART III: REBOUND EFFECTS AND SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION Time-Use Rebound Effects: An Activity-Based View of Consumption; M.Jalas Rebound and Rational Public Policy Making; R.Levett Avoiding Rebound through a Steady-State Economy; J.S.Norgard Sufficiency and the Rebound Effect; H.Herring Conclusion; S.Sorrell & H.Herring
G ALLEN R U AYRES M FRONDEL M GILMARTIN M JALAS R LEVETT P G MCGREGOR J S NA RGA...RD J PETERS J K SWALES K TURNER C VANCE B WARR
HORACE HERRING is a freelance researcher and writer based at the
Open University, UK. His research interests include energy
efficiency, environmental history and sustainable consumption.
STEVE SORRELL is a Senior Fellow in the Sussex Energy Group at SPRU, Sussex University, UK. His research interests include energy efficiency, climate policy and emissions trading.
'Written for researchers, policy-makers and environmentalist, the book summarises the current state of knowledge, presents new research and explores the conditions under which energy efficiency can contribute to sustainability.' - International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education