Select Publications:

Contributor:  Aviation Biofuel Sustainability Scorecards. (January 2015). Debbie Hammel, Suzanne Hunt. NRDC.

Co-author: Comparison of GHG Emissions from Unconventional Natural Gas (“fracking”) in Key Studies. (August 2014). Uwe Fritsche, Suzanne Hunt, Kevin Fingerman. International Institute for Sustainability Analysis and Strategy.

Contributing author: Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitication. Chapter 11: Policy, Financing, and Implementation. (2012). IPCC. Cambridge University Press.

Co-author: Advancing Biochar in the Chesapeake: A Strategy to Reduce Pollution from Poultry Litter. (2011). Phil Covell, Gena Gammie, Suzanne Hunt, Lopa Brunjes, Fai Ng, Dan Nees. Forest Trends/Katoomba Incubator, International Biochar Initiative; Carbon War Room, Forest Trends/Chesapeake Fund.   

Co-Author: From Source to Sink: Reducing Commodity Agriculture’s Impact on Natural Lands. (December 2009). National Wildlife Federation.  Nathalie Walker, Suzanne Hunt, Greg Callman, Suleman Khan, Katie Manaras and Barbara Bramble. (Note: this is a summary. A 200+ page version available upon request). 

Co-author: Aquatic Biomass: Sustainable Bioenergy from Algae? (November 2009). Öko-Institut (Institute for Applied Ecology). Darmstadt, Germany. Klaus J. Hennenberg, Uwe Fritsche, Rocio Herrera (Öko-Institut, Germany), Anja Eggert Leibniz (Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde), Morchio Renato (Sur Solutions, Chile), Suzanne Hunt (HuntGreen LLC, USA), Boosya Bunnag (King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand).

Contributor: Achieving Sustainable Development and Promoting Development Cooperation – Dialogues at the Economic and Social Council. (2008). Copyright United Nations. Pages 175-176: Energy, Agriculture and Food Crisis Strategies for Interdependent Problems by Suzanne Hunt.

Author: Biofuels, Neither Saviour nor Scam The Case for a Selective Strategy. (Spring 2008). World Policy Institute. World Policy Journal. Vol. 25, No. 1, Pages 9-17.

Lead author: A Review of the Current State of Bioenergy Development in G8+5 Countries. (2007). United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization.

Lead Author: Biofuels for Transport: Global Potential and Implications for Sustainable Energy and Agriculture. (2007). Earthscan. Copyright: German Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection 2007.

Lead Author: Sustainable Bioenergy: A Framework for Decision Makers (2007.) A UN Energy Publication.

Author: Make Sure ‘Alternative’ Fuels are Clean. OpEd. (October 2007). The DesMoines Register.

Contributor: Renewables Global Status Report 2006 Update. (2006). Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21). Lead author: Eric Martinot. Paris: REN21 Secretariat and Washington, DC: Worldwatch Institute. Translated into German.

Co-author: State of the World 2006: Special Focus: China and India. Chapter 4: Cultivating Renewable Alternatives to Oil. (January 2006). Worldwatch Institute.

Co-author: Biofuels Hit a Gusher. Vital Signs 2006-2007. (July 2006). Worldwatch Institute.

Contributor: American Energy: The Renewable Path to Energy Security. (September 2006). Worldwatch Institute and Center for American Progress.

Contributor: Environmental and Social Impacts of IDB Projects Since the Eighth Capital Replenishment. (January 2005).  A report by: Asia Pacific Environmental Exchange Bank Information Center Environmental Defense Friends of the Earth – United States InterAction International Rivers Network.

Contributor: Retreat from the Safeguard Policies – Recent Trends Undermining Social and Environmental Accountability at the World Bank. (January 2005). Environmental Defense Fund. Prepared by Shannon Lawrence (Environmental Defense), in collaboration with Peter Bosshard, (International Rivers Network), Bruce Jenkins (Bank Information Center), Jen Kalafut (Bank Information Center), Anne Perrault, (Center for International Environmental Law), Andrea Durbin (Environmental Defense), and Suzanne Hunt, (Environmental Defense).