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  1. Achten, W. M., Almeida, J., & Muys, B. (2013). Carbon footprint of science: More than flying. Ecological indicators, 34, 352-355.
  2. Attari, S. Z., Krantz, D. H., & Weber, E. U. (2016). Statements about climate researchers’ carbon footprints affect their credibility and the impact of their advice. Climatic Change138(1-2), 325-338.
  3. Balmford, A., Cole, L., Sandbrook, C., & Fisher, B. (2017). The environmental footprints of conservationists, economists and medics compared. Biological Conservation, 214, 260-269.
  4. Caset, F., Boussauw, K., & Storme, T. (2018). Meet & fly: Sustainable transport academics and the elephant in the room. Journal of transport geography, 70, 64-67.
  5. Fois, M., Cuena-Lombraña, A., Fristoe, T., Fenu, G., & Bacchetta, G. (2016). Reconsidering alternative transportation systems to reach academic conferences and to convey an example to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. History and philosophy of the life sciences, 38(4), 25.
  6. Glover, A., Strengers, Y., & Lewis, T. (2017). The unsustainability of academic aeromobility in Australian universities. Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy, 13(1), 1-12.
  7. Glover, A., Strengers, Y., & Lewis, T. (2018). Sustainability and academic air travel in Australian universities. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 19(4), 756-772.
  8. Gunster, S., Fleet, D., Paterson, M., & Saurette, P. (2018). Climate Hypocrisies: A Comparative Study of News Discourse. Environmental Communication, 12(6), 773-793.
  9. Gunster, S., Fleet, D., Paterson, M., & Saurette, P. (2018). 'Why don't you act like you believe it?': Competing visions of climate hypocrisy. Frontiers in Communication, 3, 49.
  10. Hopkins, D., Higham, J., Tapp, S., & Duncan, T. (2016). Academic mobility in the Anthropocene era: a comparative study of university policy at three New Zealand institutions. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 24(3), 376-397.
  11. Liu, H., Wang, X., Yang, J., Zhou, X., & Liu, Y. (2017). The ecological footprint evaluation of low carbon campuses based on life cycle assessment: A case study of Tianjin, China. Journal of cleaner production, 144, 266-278.
  12. Song, G., Che, L., & Zhang, S. (2016). Carbon footprint of a scientific publication: A case study at Dalian University of Technology, China. Ecological indicators, 60, 275-282.
  13. Spinellis, D., & Louridas, P. (2013). The carbon footprint of conference papers. PloS one, 8(6), e66508.
  14. Stroud, J. T., & Feeley, K. J. (2015). Responsible academia: optimizing conference locations to minimize greenhouse gas emissions. Ecography, 38(4), 402-404.
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