Ignacio Cazcarro has BA, MA and PhD (“Summa cum laude”, Doctorate Extraordinary Prize) in Economics from the University of Zaragoza (Spain), where he has been a member of the research group “Growth, Demand and Natural Resources” and involved in projects of the Ministry of Education and Science and the Government of Aragon. He worked for 2+ years as post-doc at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (New York, USA) participating in a National Science Foundation grant project on Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems, 3+ years as post-doc at the Basque Centre for Climate Change (Bilbao, Spain) and currently as ARAID researcher (Zaragoza, Spain). Participation in projects include river deltas vulnerability (DECCMA), FAO and the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission. His work on Water Footprint (WF) stands out for the first study on WF of tourism, and on linking with input-output analysis, highlighting the integration of the agri-food detail of most referential WF studies.
Cazcarro, I., Arto, I. (2019): Water footprint and consumer products. Environmental Water Footprints, 55-84
Cazcarro, I.; Duarte, R. and Sánchez Chóliz, J. (2019): Water footprint and food products. Environmental Water Footprints, 45-74
Tobarra, M.A., López, L. A., Cadarso, M. A., Gómez, N., Cazcarro, I. (2018). Is seasonal final demand good for the nexus carbon/water footprint? The Spanish fruits and vegetables case. Environmental Science & Technology 52 (21), pp 12066–12077. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.8b00221.
Cazcarro, I.; Duarte, R. and Sánchez Chóliz, J. (2016): “Tracking Water Footprints at the micro and meso scale: An application to the Spanish tourism by regions and municipalities”. Special Issue on “Linking Local Consumption to Global Impacts”. Journal of Industrial Ecology20(3), pp. 446-461.
Cazcarro, I.; Duarte, R. and Sánchez Chóliz, J. (2016): “Downscaling the grey water footprints of production and consumption”. Special issue on “Achieving absolute reductions in material throughput and energy use”. Journal of cleaner production. 132(20), 171-183. DOI (10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.07.113).
Cazcarro, I.; Duarte, R.; Martín-Retortillo, M.; Pinilla, V. and Serrano, I. (2015): How Sustainable is the Increase in the Water Footprint of the Spanish Agricultural Sector? A Provincial Analysis between 1955 and 2005–2010. Sustainability. 7. (5) 5094-5119. DOI (10.3390/su7055094).https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/7/5/5094
Cazcarro, I.; Duarte, R., Sánchez Chóliz, J., Sarasa, C. and Serrano, A. (2014): “Environmental footprints and scenario analysis for assessing the impacts of the agri-food industry on a regional economy. A case study in Spain”. Journal of Industrial Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/jiec.12209
Cazcarro, I., Hoekstra, A.Y. and Sánchez Chóliz, J. (2014) The water footprint of tourism in Spain, Tourism Management, 40: 90-101. Find it here
Cazcarro, I.; Duarte, R. and Sánchez Chóliz, J. (2013): “Economic growth and the evolution of water consumption in Spain: A structural decomposition analysis”. Ecological Economics, 96, 51–61.
Cazcarro, I.; Duarte, R. and Sánchez Chóliz, J. (2013): Water footprints for Spanish regions based on a Multi-Regional Input-Output (MRIO) model. In Murray, J. and Lenzen, M. (Eds.). “The Sustainability Practitioners’ Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis”, Chapter 13, 117-126.
Cazcarro, I.; Duarte, R. and Sánchez Chóliz, J. (2013): “A multiregional Input-Output model for the evaluation of Spanish water flows”. Environmental Science & Technology, 47(21), 12275-12283.
Cazcarro, I.; Duarte, R. and Sánchez Chóliz, J. (2010): “Water consumption based on a disaggregated Social Accounting Matrix of Huesca (Spain)”. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 14(3), pp. 496-451.