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Can novel ingredients replace soybeans and reduce the environmental burdens of European livestock systems in the future?
CW Tallentire, SG Mackenzie, I Kyriazakis
Journal of Cleaner Production 187, 338-347, 2018
1022018
The need for co-product allocation in the life cycle assessment of agricultural systems—is “biophysical” allocation progress?
SG Mackenzie, I Leinonen, I Kyriazakis
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 22, 128-137, 2017
972017
Can the environmental impact of pig systems be reduced by utilising co-products as feed?
SG Mackenzie, I Leinonen, N Ferguson, I Kyriazakis
Journal of Cleaner Production 115, 172-181, 2015
662015
Environmental impacts of housing conditions and manure management in European pig production systems through a life cycle perspective: A case study in Denmark
G Pexas, SG Mackenzie, M Wallace, I Kyriazakis
Journal of Cleaner Production 253, 120005, 2020
602020
Towards a methodology to formulate sustainable diets for livestock: accounting for environmental impact in diet formulation.
SG Mackenzie, I Leinonen, N Ferguson, I Kyriazakis
The British journal of nutrition 115, 1860-1874, 2016
592016
Environmental impact trade-offs in diet formulation for broiler production systems in the UK and USA
CW Tallentire, SG Mackenzie, I Kyriazakis
Agricultural Systems 154, 145-156, 2017
512017
Accounting for uncertainty in the quantification of the environmental impacts of Canadian pig farming systems
SG Mackenzie, I Leinonen, N Ferguson, I Kyriazakis
Journal of Animal Science 93, 3130-3143, 2015
512015
SHARE IT: Co-designing a sustainability impact assessment framework for urban food sharing initiatives
SG Mackenzie, AR Davies
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 79 (C), 2019
492019
Cost-effectiveness of environmental impact abatement measures in a European pig production system
G Pexas, SG Mackenzie, M Wallace, I Kyriazakis
Agricultural systems 182, 102843, 2020
222020
A method to estimate the environmental impacts from genetic change in pig production systems
M Ottosen, SG Mackenzie, M Wallace, I Kyriazakis
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 2019
172019
How effective can environmental taxes be in reducing the environmental impact of pig farming systems?
SG Mackenzie, M Wallace, I Kyriazakis
Agricultural systems 152, 131-144, 2017
152017
Communicating goals and impacts of urban food sharing.
A Davies, M Weymes, S MacKenzie
112018
Changes in the environmental impacts of pig production systems in Great Britain over the last 18 years
M Ottosen, SG Mackenzie, JAN Filipe, MM Misiura, I Kyriazakis
Agricultural Systems 189, 103063, 2021
102021
Environmental and economic consequences of pig-cooling strategies implemented in a European pig-fattening unit
G Pexas, SG Mackenzie, KH Jeppsson, AC Olsson, M Wallace, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production, 125784, 2021
92021
Accounting for spatial variability in life cycle cost-effectiveness assessments of environmental impact abatement measures
G Pexas, SG Mackenzie, M Wallace, I Kyriazakis
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 26 (6), 1236-1253, 2021
52021
Modelling the environmental impacts of pig farming systems and the potential of nutritional solutions to mitigate them
SG Mackenzie
Newcastle University, 2016
52016
Quantifying the contribution of livestock health issues to the environmental impact of their production systems
SG Mackenzie, I Kyriazakis
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from livestock production, 2020
42020
For a sustainable future, we need to reconnect with what we’re eating–and each other
A Davies, A Cretella, M Rut, S Mackenzie, V Franck
The Conversation, Press-releases, 2019
22019
Accounting for environmental impact when formulating UK standard broiler diets.
SG Mackenzie, I Leinonen, AG Williams, M Hazzledine, I Kyriazakis
12013
The Potential Contribution of Smart Animal Nutrition in Reducing the Environmental Impacts of Livestock Systems
SG Mackenzie
Smart Livestock Nutrition, 311-336, 2023
2023
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