Kristin Aunan
Kristin Aunan
CICERO Center for International Climate Research
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COVID-19 lockdowns cause global air pollution declines
ZS Venter, K Aunan, S Chowdhury, J Lelieveld
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (32), 18984-18990, 2020
Change in household fuels dominates the decrease in PM2. 5 exposure and premature mortality in China in 2005–2015
B Zhao, H Zheng, S Wang, KR Smith, X Lu, K Aunan, Y Gu, Y Wang, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (49), 12401-12406, 2018
Exposure-response functions for health effects of ambient air pollution applicable for China–a meta-analysis
K Aunan, XC Pan
Science of the total environment 329 (1-3), 3-16, 2004
Co-benefits of climate policy—lessons learned from a study in Shanxi, China
K Aunan, J Fang, H Vennemo, K Oye, HM Seip
Energy Policy 32 (4), 567-581, 2004
Air pollution and lung cancer risks in China—a meta-analysis
Y Zhao, S Wang, K Aunan, HM Seip, J Hao
Science of the total environment 366 (2-3), 500-513, 2006
Surface ozone in China and its possible impact on agricultural crop yields
K Aunan, TK Berntsen, HM Seip
AMBIO: A journal of the human environment 29 (6), 294-301, 2000
Environmental pollution in China: status and trends
H Vennemo, K Aunan, H Lindhjem, HM Seip
Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2009
Chemical and size characterization of particles emitted from the burning of coal and wood in rural households in Guizhou, China
H Zhang, S Wang, J Hao, L Wan, J Jiang, M Zhang, HES Mestl, ...
Atmospheric Environment 51, 94-99, 2012
Urban and rural exposure to indoor air pollution from domestic biomass and coal burning across China
HES Mestl, K Aunan, HM Seip, S Wang, Y Zhao, D Zhang
Science of the Total Environment 377 (1), 12-26, 2007
Transition in source contributions of PM2. 5 exposure and associated premature mortality in China during 2005–2015
H Zheng, B Zhao, S Wang, T Wang, D Ding, X Chang, K Liu, J Xing, ...
Environment international 132, 105111, 2019
Internal migration and urbanization in China: Impacts on population exposure to household air pollution (2000–2010)
K Aunan, S Wang
Science of the Total Environment 481, 186-195, 2014
Economic costs of heat-induced reductions in worker productivity due to global warming
A Orlov, J Sillmann, K Aunan, T Kjellstrom, A Aaheim
Global Environmental Change 63, 102087, 2020
The assessment of health damage caused by air pollution and its implication for policy making in Taiyuan, Shanxi, China
D Zhang, K Aunan, HM Seip, S Larssen, J Liu, D Zhang
Energy Policy 38 (1), 491-502, 2010
Air pollution declines during COVID-19 lockdowns mitigate the global health burden
ZS Venter, K Aunan, S Chowdhury, J Lelieveld
Environmental research 192, 110403, 2021
Cleaner production as climate investment—integrated assessment in Taiyuan City, China
HES Mestl, K Aunan, J Fang, HM Seip, JM Skjelvik, H Vennemo
Journal of Cleaner Production 13 (1), 57-70, 2005
Health and environmental benefits from air pollution reductions in Hungary
K Aunan, G Pátzay, HA Aaheim, HM Seip
Science of the Total Environment 212 (2-3), 245-268, 1998
Heat stress indicators in CMIP6: estimating future trends and exceedances of impact‐relevant thresholds
C Schwingshackl, J Sillmann, AM Vicedo‐Cabrera, M Sandstad, K Aunan
Earth's Future 9 (3), e2020EF001885, 2021
Introduction: air pollution in China
K Aunan, MH Hansen, S Wang
The China Quarterly 234, 279-298, 2018
Can the Clean Development Mechanism attain both cost-effectiveness and sustainable development objectives?
HH Kolshus, J Vevatne, A Torvanger, K Aunan
Oslo Univ.(Norway). Center for International Climate and Environmental Research, 2001
Climate change and air quality—measures with co-benefits in China
K Aunan, J Fang, T Hu, HM Seip, H Vennemo
Environmental science & technology 40 (16), 4822-4829, 2006
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