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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 4 - Environment -> 760000 - Environmental, Policy Frameworks and other Aspects -> 760200 Environmental and Resource Evaluation -> 760202 Economic incentives and regulation :

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Mills, David (2001). Assessing the potential contribution of renewable energy to electricity supply in Australia: A study of renewable energy with a particular focus upon domestic rooftop photovoltaics, domestic solar hot water and commercial wind energy PhD Thesis, School of Geography, Planning and Architecture, University of Queensland. 1985 185
Mills, D. (2000) Boom-time for renewable energy in Europe. Solar Progress, 21 2: 14. 76  
Mills, D. (2000) Clear as SMUD. Australian Energy News, 16: 22-23. 36  
Robinson, J. J. (2001) Costing Nature in a Transition Economy: Case Studies in Poland. Economic Analysis and Policy, 31 1: 96-96. 103  
Mills, D. (2000) Environmental impacts of renewable energy. Australian Energy News, 17: 38-39. 78  
Lavantucksin, Vanida. (2001). Environment, development and trade : the case of shrimp farming in Thailand PhD Thesis, School of Geography, Planning and Architecture, The University of Queensland. 202 2
From Fossils to Photons: Renewable Energy Transforming Business, Solar 2000: Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Solar Energy Society (2000) . Edited by Mills, D., Bell, J., Stoynov, L. and Yarlagadda, P. K.. From Fossils to Photons: Renewable Energy Transforming Business, Solar 2000: Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Solar Energy Society, 28 Nov-1 Dec, 2000, Griffith University, Brisbane. 104  
Mills, D. (1999). Harnesing market forces for sustainable energy: A proposal for electricity reform. In: K. O'Mara, P. Jennings, G. Ho, M. Anda and K. Mathew, Proceedings of the World Renewable Energy Congress: Renewable Energy - Technologies and Policies for Sustainable Development. World Renewable Energy Congress, Murdoch Univ., (301-304). 10-13 February 1999. 90  
Mills, David (1999) How GREEN is your electricity?. Australasian Science, 20 7: 25-26. 36  
Mills, David (2001) Least-Cost Planning and electricity industry reform in Australia. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 60 1: 70-79. doi:10.1111/1467-8500.00199 42   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Mills, David, Stock, Errol and Lowe, Ian (1999) Local government, energy effficiency and greenhouse policies. Australian Planner, 36 1: 12-19. 43  
Mills, D. (2000) NEDO funding for renewable energy research. Solar Progress, 21 1: 11. 59  
Mills, D., Stock, E. and Lowe, I. (1999). Planning and regulatory issues for energy efficient design: Local government greenhouse and energy policies. In: S. V. Szokolay, Proceedings of the Sixteenth International PLEA (Passive and Low Energy Architecture) Conference: Sustaining the future - energy, ecology, architecture PLEA '99. The Sixteenth International PLEA (Passive and Low Energy Architecture) Conference PLEA '99, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, (735-740). 22-24 September, 1999. 37  
Mills, D. (1999). Policies to support sustainable energy in a competitive electricity industry. In: G. R. Thorpe, Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Solar Energy Society: Plug in - ANZSES Solar 99. 37th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Solar Energy Society - ANZSES Solar 99, Deakin Univ., Geelong, (x-x). 1-3 December 1999. 35  
Mills, D. (1999). Reducing greenhouse gas emissions through electricity industry reform: A market-oriented emissions reduction scheme. In: World Resource Review: The 10th Global Warming International Conference and Expo. The 10th Global Warming International Conference and Expo, Mt Fuji, Japan, (67-67). 5-8 May, 1999. 33  
Mills, David (2000) Reducing greenhouse gas emissions through electricity industry reform: A market-oriented emissions reduction scheme. World Resource Review, 12 1: 59-76. 35  
Mills, D. (2000) Renewable energy in Australia. Environment & Energy, 11 4: 471-500. 92  
Goggin, G. M. (2002) Rural lines of flight: Telecommunications and post-metro dreaming. Transformations, 2: 1-13. 41  
Quiggin, J. C. and Tan, P.L. Sustainable management of the Great Artesian Basin: an analysis based on environmental economics and law, Risk and Sustainable Management Group, WP3M04, June 2004.. Australia: The University of Queensland, 2004. 27  
Mills, David (1999) The 2% renewables measure: A critical view. Solar Progress, 20 2: 10-11. 25  
Mills, D. (2000). The creation of an Australian wind energy atlas. In: D. Mills, J. M. Bell, L. A. Stoynov and P. K. D. V. Yarlagadda, Solar 2000 From Fossils to Photons: Renewable Energy Transforming Business, Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Solar Energy Society. Solar 2000 From Fossils to Photons: Renewable Energy Transform, Griffith University, Brisbane, (794-803). 28 Nov-1 Dec 2000. 153  
Mills, D. (1999). The internalisation of environmental costs in electricity production: An ecological economics perspective. In: The 1999 ANZSEE Conference: Grounding the Paradigm. The 1999 ANZSEE Conference, Griffith Univ., Brisbane, (x-x). 5-7 July, 1999. 51  
Mills, D. (1999). The value of sustainable energy: Reconciling attitudes and actions 1999 International Symposium on Society and Resource Management - application of social science to resource management in the Asia-Pacific region July 7-10, 1999, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.. In: M. Boyd, Book of abstracts: The 1999 International Symposium on Society and Resource Management - application of social science to resource management in the Asia-Pacific region. 1999 International Symposium on Society and Resource Management - application of social science to resource management in the Asia-Pacific region, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, (137-138). 7-10 July, 1999. 44  
Schiavi, P. and Lawrence, G. (2007). Third Party Certification as an emerging form of regulation in the Minerals Industry. In: Agioutantis, Z., Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Sustainable Development Indicators in the Minerals Industry. SDIMI 2007, Milos, Greece, (437-444). 17 - 20 June 2007. 72  
Davis, D. and Tisdell, C. A. (1999) Tourist levies and willingness to pay for a whale shark experience. Tourism Economics, 5 2: 161-174. 322  
Xue, D. (2000) Valuation on non-use values of biodiversity by contingent valuation method in Changbai Mountain Biosphere Reserve in China. China Environmental Science (in Chinese), 20 2: 141-145. 166  
Schiavi, Petrina and Solomon, Fiona (2007) Voluntary initiatives in the mining industry: Do they work?. Greener Management International, Spring 2006 53: 27-41. 183   Cited 4 times in Scopus4
Mills, D. (1999) Will Australia's 2% renewables measure be watered down?. Solar Progress, 20 2: 6-9. 40  
Mills, D. (2000) Wind: World's fastest growing energy source. Australian Energy News, 17: 36-37. 55