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doi> Nogueira, L.; ROCHEDO, P.; Portugal, Joana; Hoffmann, S.; Milani, Rodrigo; SZKLO, A.; SCHAEFFER, Roberto. Critical Technologies for Sustainable Energy Development in Brazil: Technological Foresight Based on Scenario Modelling. Journal of Cleaner Production, v. 130, p. 12-24, 2016.

doi> SANTOS, P. C.; SZKLO, A. S. Urea imports in Brazil: The increasing demand pressure from the biofuels industry and the role of domestic natural gas for the country's urea production growth. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, v. 29, p. 188-200, 2016.

doi> SCHMIDT, J.; MORAIS, R. C.; PEREIRA JUNIOR, A. O. An optimal mix of solar PV, wind and hydro power for a low-carbon electricity supply in Brazil. Renewable Energy, v. 85, p. 137-147, 2016.

doi> SCHMIDT, JOHANNES; CANCELLA, RAFAEL; Pereira, Amaro O. The role of wind power and solar PV in reducing risks in the Brazilian hydro-thermal power system. Energy (Oxford), v. 115, p. 1748-1757, 2016.

doi> DE OLIVEIRA FARIA, CLAUDIA; Magrini, Alessandra. Biodiversity Governance from a Cross-Level and Cross-Scale Perspective: The case of the Atlantic Forest biome in Brazil. Environmental Policy and Governance, v. 26, p. 468-481, 2016.

doi> WINKLER, HARALD; DELGADO, RICARDO; PALMA-BEHNKE, RODRIGO; Pereira, Amaro; VÁSQUEZ BAOS, TESSY; MOYO, ALFRED; WILLS, WILLIAM; SALAZAR, ANGEL. Information for a developmental approach to mitigation: linking sectoral and economy-wide models for Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru and South Africa. CLIM DEV, v. 1, p. 1-12, 2016.

doi> GOES, H. C. A.; MAGRINI, A. HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT TOOLS: CONSIDERATIONS ON THEIR USE IN BRAZIL. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, v. 17, p. 322-341, 2016.

doi> SCHMIDT, JOHANNES; CANCELLA, RAFAEL; JUNIOR, AMARO OLÍMPIO PEREIRA. The effect of windpower on long-term variability of combined hydro-wind resources: The case of Brazil. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, v. 55, p. 131-141, 2016.

doi> SANTOS, V.E.N.; ELY, R.N.; SZKLO, A.S.; MAGRINI, A. Chemicals, electricity and fuels from biorefineries processing Brazil-s sugarcane bagasse: Production recipes and minimum selling prices. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, v. 53, p. 1443-1458, 2016.