SUSTAINABILITY

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Callie Babbitt

Associate Professor
Sustainability
Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2020 Submissions

Journal Paper

Althaf, S and CW Babbitt. "Disruption Risks to Material Supply Chains in the Electronics Sector." Resources, Conservation and Recycling. (2020): 105248. Print. *

Moore, EA, et al. "Spatial Modeling of a Second-use Strategy for Electric Vehicle Batteries to Improve Disaster Resilience and Circular Economy." Resources, Conservation and Recycling 160. (2020): 104889. Print. *

Althaf, S, CW Babbitt, and R Chen. "The Evolution of Consumer Electronic Waste in the United States." Journal of Industrial Ecology. (2020): 1. Print. *

Babbitt, CW. "Sustainability Perspectives on Lithium-ion Batteries." Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 22. 6 (2020): 1213-1214. Print. ∆

Babbitt, CW, et al. "Disassembly-based Bill of Materials Data for Consumer Electronic Products." Scientific Data 7. 1 (2020): 1-8. Print. *

Armington, WR, CW Babbitt, and RB Chen. "Variability in Commercial and Institutional Food Waste Generation and Implications for Sustainable Management Systems." Resources, Conservation and Recycling 155. (2020): 104622. Print. *

Fu, X, et al. "Perspectives on Cobalt Supply through 2030 in the Face of Changing Demand." Environmental Science & Technology 54. 5 (2020): 2985-2993. Print. *

Babbitt, CW. "The Role of Clean Technology Research in Creating Sustainable Urban Food Waste Solutions." Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 22. (2020): 1-4. Print. ∆

Moore, EA, et al. "Spatial Perspectives Enhance Modeling of Nanomaterial Risks." Journal of Industrial Ecology 24. 4 (2020): 1. Print. *

Kasulaitis, BV, CW Babbitt, and AC Tyler. "The Role of Consumer Preferences in Reducing Material Intensity of Eelectronic Products." Journal of Industrial Ecology. (2020): 1. Print. *

Book Chapter

Livingston, Andrew, et al. "Challenges and Directions for Green Chemical Engineering—Role of Nanoscale Materials." Challenges and Directions for Green Chemical Engineering—Role of Nanoscale Materials. Cambridge, MA: Elsevier, 2020. 1-18. Print. ∆

Journal Editor

Babbitt, CW, ed. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy. Heidelberg: Elsevier, 2020. Print.

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Thomas Trabold

Professor
Sustainability
Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2020 Submissions

Journal Paper

Diaz, C.A., et al. "Thermoformed Containers Based on Starch and Starch/coffee Waste Biochar Ccomposites." Energies 13. (2020): 6034. Print. *

Schroeder, J.T., A.L. Labuzetta, and T.A. Trabold. "Assessment of Dehydration as a Commercial-scale Food Waste Valorization Strategy." Sustainability 12. (2020): 5959. Print. *

Nenadic, N.G., T.A. Trabold, and M.G. Thurston. "Cell Replacement Strategies for Lithium ion Battery Packs." Batteries 6. (2020): 39. Print. *

Book Chapter

Trabold, T.A. and D. Rodriguez Alberto. "Valorization of Food Processing by-products via Biofuel Production." Sustainability of the Food System. Ed. N. Betoret and E. Betoret. London, England: Academic Press, 2020. 53-69. Print. *

Published Conference Proceedings

Diaz, C.A., et al. "Thermoformed Containers Based on Starch and Starch/biochar Composites." Proceedings of the 22nd IAPRI World Conference on Packaging. Ed. Universidad de Monterrey. Monterrey, Mexico: n.p., Print. *

Journal Editor

Trabold, Thomas A., ed. Sustainability - Agriculture, Food and Wildlife Section. Basel, Switzerland: MDPI, 2020. Print.

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Trabold, T.A., et al. "Sustainable Packaging for the Circular Food Economy." Sustainable Packaging Symposium. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. New York, NY. 2 Jul. 2020. Conference Presentation.

Trabold, T. A. "Thermochemical Conversion of Waste to Value-added Products." Thermochemical Conversion and Biochar Workshop. Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY. 29 Oct. 2020. Conference Presentation.

Full Patent

Waller, M., et al. "Apparatus, system and method for fuel cell." U.S. Patent 10,622,654. 14 Apr. 2020.

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Eric Williams

Professor
Sustainability
Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2020 Submissions

Journal Paper

Williams, Eric, Vivekananda Das, and Andrew Fisher. "Assessing the Sustainability Implications of Autonomous Vehicles: Recommendations for Research Community Practice." Sustiainability 12. (2020): 1902. Web. *

Das, Saptarshi, Eric Hittinger, and Eric Williams. "Learning is not Enough: Diminishing Marginal Revenues and Increasing Abatement Costs of Wind and Solar." Renewable Energy 156. (2020): 634-644. Print. *

Millette, Sherwyn, Clyde Hull, and Eric Williams. "Business Incubators as Effective Tools for Driving Circular Economy." Journal of Cleaner Production 266. (2020): 121999. Print. *

Das, Saptarshi, Eric Wilson, and Eric Williams. "The Impact of Behavioral and Geographic Heterogeneity on Residential-sector Carbon Abatement Costs." Energy and Buildings 231. (2021): 110611. Print. *

Sandler, Simon, et al. "The nonlinear shift to renewable microgrids: Phase transitions in electricity systems." International Journal of Energy Research 45. (2021): 3016–3030. Print. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Williams, Eric. "Circular Economy of Electronics." International Society for Industrial Ecology (ISIE) Conference Americas 2020 Conference. PUCP. Lima, Peru. 7 Jun. 2020. Keynote Speech.

Invited Article/Publication

Williams, Eric and Eric Hittinger. "Wind and Solar Profits: The Race Between Falling Costs and Declining Revenue." Green Tech Media. (2020). Web. ˆ

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Nathan Williams

Assistant Professor
Sustainability
Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2020 Submissions

Journal Paper

Subramanian, R, et al. "Air Pollution in Kigali, Rwanda: Spatial and Temporal Variability, Source Contributions, and the Impact of Car-free Sundays." Clean Air Journal 30. 2 (2020): 1-15. Web. *

Published Conference Proceedings

Yoder, Elizabeth and Nathaniel J Williams. "Load Profile Prediction Using Customer Characteristics." Proceedings of the IEEE PES/IAS PowerAfrica 2020. Ed. N/A. Nairobi, Kenya: IEEE, 2020. Web. *

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