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Pelton, Rylie E.O., Timothy M. Smith. 2014. Hotspot Scenario Analysis: Comparative Streamlined LCA Approaches for Green Supply Chain and Procurement Decision-Making. Journal of Industrial Ecology (early view).

Smith, T.M., Schmitt, J. 2014. “Action Exchange – Going beyond low hanging fruits”. In the CDP Global Supply Chain Report 2014, Collaborative Action on Climate Risk, 23.

Schmitt, J., Smith, T.M. 2013. “Supply Chain Energy Efficiency: Engaging Small & Medium Entities in Global Production Systems”. Report to the Environmental Defense Fund,

Nickerson, T.A., Hathaway, B.J., Smith, T.M., Davidson, J.H. 2015. Economic assessment of solar and conventional biomass gasification technologies: Financial and policy implications under feedstock and product gas price uncertainty, Biomass and Bioenergy, Volume 74 (3): 47-57, DOI: 10.1016/j.biombioe.2015.01.002

Fischlein, M., Smith, T. 2013. Revisiting renewable portfolio standard effectiveness: policy design and outcome specification matter, Policy Sciences, Volume 46, No. 3, pp 277-310).

Smith, T.M. 2013. Climate change: Corporate sustainability in the supply chain, Feature Article, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 69(3) 43–52.

Suh, K., Smith, T., Linhoff, M. 2012. Leveraging Socially Networked Mobile ICT Platforms for the Last-Mile Delivery Problem, Environmental Science & Technology 46(17): 9481-90.

Suh, K., Suh, S., Smith, T. 2011. Implications of corn prices on water footprints of bioethanol, Bioresource Technology 102 (7): 4747-4754.

Smith T. and M. Fischlein. 2010. Rival Private Governance Networks: Competing to define the rules of the game for environmental and social performance, Global Environmental Change 20 (3): 511–522.

Fischlein, M., Smith T.M. and Wilson, E. 2009. Carbon emissions and management scenarios for Consumer-owned utilities. Environmental Science and Policy 12 (7): 778-790.

Smith, T.M., Miller, K., Lindenberg, J. 2009. Sustainable Biofuel Standards and Certification. Swords and Ploughshares, Vol. XVII , No. 2: 26-31.

Molina, S. and Smith, T. 2009. Exploring the use of LCA-based information in corporate communications, International Journal of Life-Cycle Assessment 14(2): 184-194.

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