Pelletier, N., Maas, R., Goralcyk, M. and M. Wolf. 2014. Conceptual basis for the European Sustainability Footprint: Towards a new policy assessment framework. Environmental Development 9:12-23.
Pelletier, N., Allacker, K., Pant, R. and S. Manfredi. 2014. The European Commission Organisation Environmental Footprint Method: Comparison with Other Methods, and Rationales for Key Requirements. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 19(2):387-404.
Pelletier, N., Ostaglu, E., Benoit, C. and G. Norris. 2014. Social sustainability in trade and development policy: A life cycle approach to understanding and managing social risk attributable to production and consumption in the EU-27. European Commission Joint Research Centre, Brussels.
Pelletier, N., Andrae, J., Charef, A., Damalas, D., Green, B., Parker, R., Sumaila, R., Thomas, G., Tobin, R. and R. Watson. 2014. Energy prices and (sea)food security: Can fisheries and aquaculture adapt? Global Environmental Change 24:30-41.
Pelletier, N. and A. Leip. 2014. Quantifying anthropogenic mobilization, flows (in product systems) and emissions of fixed nitrogen in process-based environmental life cycle assessment: Rationale, methods and application to a life cycle inventory. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 19(1):166-173.
Allacker, K., Mathieu, F., Manfredi, S., Pelletier, N., De Camillis, C., Ardente, F. and R. Pant. 2014. Allocation solutions for secondary material production and end of life recovery: Proposals for product policy initiatives. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 88:1-12.
Pelletier, N., Ibarbaru M. and H. Xin. 2014. A comparative assessment of the environmental footprint of the US egg industry in 1960 and 2010. Poultry Science 93: 243-255.
Avadi, A., Pelletier, N., Aubin, J., Ralite, S., Nunez, J. and P. Freon. 2014. Comparing environmental performance of commercial and artisinal feed use in Peruvian freshwater aquaculture. Aquaculture. Online First.
Pelletier, N., Ibarbaru-Blanc, M. and H. Xin. 2013. A carbon footprint analysis of egg production and processing supply chains in the Upper Midwestern United States. Journal of Cleaner Production 54(1):108-114.
Chomkamsri, K., Pelletier, N., Manfredi, S., Allacker, K. and R. Pant. 2013. Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) Guide. Directorate General - Joint Research Centre - European Commission.
Henriksson, P., Pelletier, N., Troell, M. and P. Tyedmers. 2012. Life cycle assessment and its application to aquaculture production systems. In Meyers, R. (ed.). Encyclopaedia of Sustainability Science and Technology. Springer, pp. 5893-5909.
Pelletier, N. and P. Tyedmers. 2012. Response to Weinzettel. Journal of Industrial Ecology 16(3):456-458.
Ford, J., Pelletier, N., Ziegler, F., Scholz, A., Tyedmers, P., Sonesson, U., Kruse, S. and H. Silverman. 2012. Proposed local ecological impact categories and indicators for life cycle assessment of aquaculture. Journal of Industrial Ecology 16(2):254-265.
Pelletier, N., Maas, R., Goralcyk, M. and M.-A. Wolf. 2012. Towards a life-cycle-based European Sustainability Footprint framework: Theory, concepts, applications. Directorate General - Joint Research Centre, European Commision.
Nita, V., Benini, L., Ciupagea, C., Kavalov, B. and N. Pelletier. 2012. Bio-economy and sustainability: A potential contribution to the Bio-economy Observatory. Directorate General - Joint Research Centre, European Commission.
Kavalov, B. and N. Pelletier. Shale gas for Europe: Environmental and social considerations. Directorate General - Joint Research Centre, European Commission.
Pelletier, N., Audsley, E., Brodt, S., Garnett, T., Henrikkson, P., Kendall, A., Kramer, K., Murphy, D., 2011. Nemecek, T. and M. Troell. Energy intensity of agriculture and food systems. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 36:233-246.
Buttle, L., Pelletier, N., Tyedmers, P., Robb, D. 2011. Life cycle analysis model quantified ecological footprint of salmon feed. Global Aquaculture Advocate: 66-77.
Pelletier, N. and P. Tyedmers. 2011. An ecological economic critique of the use of market information in life cycle assessment research. Journal of Industrial Ecology 15(3):342-354.
Rudd, M., Pelletier, N. and P. Tyedmers. 2011. Preferences for health and environmental attributes of farmed salmon amongst southern Ontario salmon consumers. Aquaculture Economics and Management 15(1):18-45.
Pelletier, N. and P. Tyedmers. 2010. Forecasting potential global environmental costs of livestock production 2000-2050. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107(43):18371-18374.
Pelletier, N., Lammers, P., Stender, D. and R. Pirog. 2010. Life cycle assessment of high- and low-profitability conventional and deep-bedded niche swine production systems in the Upper Midwestern United States. Agricultural Systems 103(9):599-608.
Pelletier, N. 2010. Environmental sustainability as the first principle of distributive justice: Towards a communitarian-based normative foundation for ecological economics. Ecological Economics 69(10):1887-1894.
Pelletier, N., Rasmussen, R. and R. Pirog. 2010. Comparative life cycle impacts of three beef production strategies in the Upper Midwestern United States. Agricultural Systems 103(6):380-389.
Pelletier, N. and P. Tyedmers. 2010. A life cycle assessment of frozen Indonesian tilapia fillets from lake and pond-based production systems. Journal of Industrial Ecology 14(3):467-481.
Pelletier, N. 2010. Of laws and limits: An ecological economic perspective on redressing the failures of contemporary global environmental governance. Global Environmental Change 20(2):220-228.
Jacquet, J., Hocevar, J., Lai, S., Majluf, P., Pelletier, N., Pitcher, T., Sala, E., Sumaila, R. and D. Pauly. 2010. Conserving wild fish in a sea of market-based efforts. Oryx 44:45-56.
Pelletier, N., Tyedmers, P., Sonesson, U., Scholz, A., Zeigler, F., Flysjo, A., Kruse, S., Cancino, B. and H. Silverman. 2009. Not all salmon are create equal: Life cycle assessment (LCA) of global salmon farming systems. Environmental Science and Technology 43(23):8730-8736.
Pelletier, N., Arsenault, N. and P. Tyedmers. 2008. Scenario-modeling potential eco-efficiency gains from a transition to organic agriculture: Life cycle perspectives on Canadian canola, corn, soy and wheat production. Environmental Management 42:989-1001.
Pelletier, N. and P. Tyedmers. 2008. Life cycle considerations for improving sustainability assessments in seafood awareness campaigns. Environmental Management 42:918-41.
Pelletier, N. 2008. Environmental performance in the US broiler poultry sector: Life cycle energy use and greenhouse gas, ozone depleting, acidifying and eutrophying emissions. Agricultural Systems 98:67-73.
Pelletier, N. and P. Tyedmers. 2007. Feeding farmed salmon: Is organic better? Aquaculture 272:399-416.
Pelletier, N., Ayer, N., Tyedmers, P., N., Kruse, S., Flysjo, A., Robillard, G., Ziegler, F., Scholz, A., and U. Sonesson. 2007. Impact categories for Life Cycle Assessment research of seafood production: Review and prospectus. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 12(6):414-421.
Ayer, N., Tyedmers, P., Pelletier, N., Sonesson, U., and A. Scholz, A. 2007. Allocation in Life Cycle Assessments of seafood production systems: Review of problems and strategies. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 12(7):480-487.
Tyedmers, P., Pelletier, N., and N. Ayer. 2007. Marine aquaculture and the biophysical sustainability of seafood production systems: A comparative analysis. A report to the United States Marine Aquaculture Taskforce, convened by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
Tyedmers, P. and N. Pelletier. 2006. Biophysical accounting in aquaculture: Insights from current practice and the need for methodological development. A technical report to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome.
Pelletier, N. 2004. Conspecific injury fluids induce an electrophysiological response in the clonal tunicate Clavelina huntsmani. Marine Biology 145(6):1159-1165.
Pelletier, N., Tyedmers, P. and D. Robb. 2012. Ecological Footprint modeling of EWOS feeds: UK, Norway, Canada, Chile and Vietnam. Developed under contract for EWOS Innovation, Scotland.
Tyedmers, P., Pelletier, N., Garret, A. and S. Anton. 2007. Greenhouse gas emissions for selected seafood species supplied to UK processors. Prepared in cooperation with SeaFish Industry Authority, UK.
Pelletier, N. 2004. Going organic: A new wave in aquaculture. Aquaculture Association of Canada Special Publication No. 8:77-79.
Pelletier, N. 2004. Going organic: A new wave in aquaculture. Eco Farm and Garden 7(1):48-50.