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Concerns have been raised in numerous countries over declining rates of active transport to school. In a UK context, the pupil-school commute is estimated to contribute around 658 kilotonnes of CO 2 per year; however, tackling this issue effectively requires an improved understanding of how emissions can be modelled and mapped over a variety of scales. This paper implements a new estimation technique for the modelling of CO 2 emissions linked with the school commute that integrates bothdoi:10.1080/13658816.2013.832765 fatcat:oh4lr2qrf5h3zm7ktli3f24xzq