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Welcome to UWE Bristol Research Repository

The Research Repository is an open access online repository providing a central record of the University's research output as well as immediate access to the full text. It covers the whole range of UWE Bristol's output including books, book chapters, conference papers, images and journal articles.

Contact the team for more information at repository@uwe.ac.uk



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Investigating the impact of COVID-19 on sustainable food supply chains (2022)
Journal Article
Kumar, V., Ekren, B., Wang, J., Shah, B., & Frederico, G. (in press). Investigating the impact of COVID-19 on sustainable food supply chains. Journal of Modelling in Management, https://doi.org/10.1108/JM2-03-2022-0072

Purpose-The ongoing pandemic has gravely affected different facets of society and economic trades worldwide. During the outbreak, most manufacturing and service sectors were closed across the globe except for essential commodities such as food and me... Read More about Investigating the impact of COVID-19 on sustainable food supply chains.

Impact of climate change and socioeconomic factors on domestic energy consumption: The case of Hong Kong and Singapore (2022)
Journal Article
Lam, C., He, Q., Cheng, K., Fan, P., Chun, K. P., Choi, B., …Yetemen, O. (in press). Impact of climate change and socioeconomic factors on domestic energy consumption: The case of Hong Kong and Singapore. Energy Reports, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egyr.2022.09.059

Temperature and population growth are key drivers of energy consumption. However, the relative importance of climatic and socioeconomic factors driving energy consumption at different temporal scales is not well-understood. Therefore, we developed a... Read More about Impact of climate change and socioeconomic factors on domestic energy consumption: The case of Hong Kong and Singapore.

Cycling tourism in Italy: Multimodal transport behaviours in a latent class analysis (2022)
Journal Article
Pantelaki, E., Crotti, D., & Maggi, E. (in press). Cycling tourism in Italy: Multimodal transport behaviours in a latent class analysis. Research in Transportation Business and Management, 100861. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rtbm.2022.100861

In the last years, sustainability has become an important issue in tourism debate, and more, cycling tourism as an alternative and green way of travel during holidays has gained popularity. However, the choice of other transport means, complementary... Read More about Cycling tourism in Italy: Multimodal transport behaviours in a latent class analysis.