University of Leeds
I am a Research Fellow within the Sustainability Research Institute at the School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds. My research focuses on the environmental impacts embodied in consumption, and the supply chain and consumption changes needed to achieve sustainable lifestyles and economy.
I defended my PhD in the Industrial Ecology Programme at NTNU in Trondheim, Norway. My PhD focus was on the environmental impacts of household consumption,
from demand patterns to mitigation strategies. I also contributed to EU FP7 project GLAMURS 2014-2016, a large interdisciplinary project concerned with the global transition towards sustainable lifestyles and a green economy. I have a MSc in Economics with a strong focus on environmental economics and econometrics from the University of Gothenburg. Prior to that I received a BSc in Business Administration from Aarhus BSS.
- Future changes in consumption: The income effect on greenhouse gas emissions
- Reviewing the scope and thematic focus of 100,000 publications on energy consumption, services and social aspects of climate change: a big data approach to demand-side mitigation
- Household final energy footprints in Nepal, Vietnam and Zambia: composition, inequality and links to well-being
- Global redistribution of income and household energy footprints: a computational thought experiment
- Top ten tips for reducing your carbon footprint attracts international attention
- The unequal distribution of household carbon footprints in Europe and its link to sustainability
- Quantifying the potential for climate change mitigation of consumption options
- Happier with less? Members of European environmental grassroots initiatives reconcile lower carbon footprints with higher life satisfaction and income increases
- The environmental impact of green consumption and sufficiency lifestyles scenarios in Europe: connecting local sustainability visions to global consequences
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