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Nadja Kunz
Nadja Kunz
Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia
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Sustainability in mining, minerals and energy: new processes, pathways and human interactions for a cautiously optimistic future
CJ Moran, S Lodhia, NC Kunz, D Huisingh
Journal of Cleaner Production 84, 1-15, 2014
1552014
Conceptualising “coupling” for sustainability implementation in the industrial sector: a review of the field and projection of future research opportunities
NC Kunz, CJ Moran, T Kastelle
Journal of Cleaner Production 53, 69-80, 2013
652013
Sustainability as it pertains to minerals and energy supply and demand: a new interpretative perspective for assessing progress
CJ Moran, NC Kunz
Journal of cleaner production 84, 16-26, 2014
472014
The mining industry as a net beneficiary of a global tax on carbon emissions
B Cox, S Innis, NC Kunz, J Steen
Communications Earth & Environment 3 (1), 17, 2022
392022
Implementing an integrated approach to water management by matching problem complexity with management responses: a case study of a mine site water committee
NC Kunz, CJ Moran, T Kastelle
Journal of cleaner production 52, 362-373, 2013
372013
The role of institutional mining investors in driving responsible tailings management
S Innis, NC Kunz
The Extractive Industries and Society 7 (4), 1377-1384, 2020
282020
Sharing the benefits from water as a new approach to regional water targets for mining companies
NC Kunz, CJ Moran
Journal of cleaner production 84, 469-474, 2014
282014
Mining needs new business models
WS Dunbar, J Fraser, A Reynolds, NC Kunz
The Extractive Industries and Society 7 (2), 263-266, 2020
272020
Water stewardship: Attributes of collaborative partnerships between mining companies and communities
J Fraser, NC Kunz
Water 10 (8), 1081, 2018
272018
Too small to be viable? The potential market for small modular reactors in mining and remote communities in Canada
S Froese, NC Kunz, MV Ramana
Energy Policy 144, 111587, 2020
262020
The utility of a systems approach for managing strategic water risks at a mine site level
NC Kunz, CJ Moran
Water Resources and Industry 13, 1-6, 2016
252016
Why do some water utilities recycle more than others? A qualitative comparative analysis in New South Wales, Australia
NC Kunz, M Fischer, K Ingold, JG Hering
Environmental science & technology 49 (14), 8287-8296, 2015
252015
Improved resource governance through transparency: Evidence from Mongolia
D Boldbaatar, NC Kunz, E Werker
The Extractive Industries and Society 6 (3), 775-787, 2019
242019
What participation? Distinguishing water monitoring programs in mining regions based on community participation
C Pareja, J Honey-RosÚs, NC Kunz, J Fraser, A Xavier
Water 10 (10), 1325, 2018
242018
Social network analysis reveals that communication gaps may prevent effective water management in the mining sector
NC Kunz, T Kastelle, CJ Moran
Journal of Cleaner Production 148, 915-922, 2017
242017
De-politicising seawater desalination: Environmental impact assessments in the Atacama mining region, Chile
C Campero, LM Harris, NC Kunz
Environmental Science & Policy 120, 187-194, 2021
232021
Drivers for and against municipal wastewater recycling: a review
NC Kunz, M Fischer, K Ingold, JG Hering
Water science and technology 73 (2), 251-259, 2016
232016
Towards a broadened view of water security in mining regions
NC Kunz
Water Security 11, 100079, 2020
132020
Can mineral exploration projects create and share value with communities? A case study from Mongolia
J Fraser, NC Kunz, B Batdorj
Resources Policy 63, 101455, 2019
132019
Large-scale and small-scale mining in Peru: Exploring the interface
┴ Cano, NC Kunz
Resources Policy 76, 102530, 2022
112022
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