University of Manchester
Kate is a researcher understanding the spatial interactions between the economy and the environment, with both academic and policy-oriented experience. She develops and applies quantitative methods to identify the relationship between resource consumption and biophysical limits and inequalities in trade and consumption drivers. Kate holds a NERC (UK Natural Environment Research Council) Industrial Innovation Fellowship on implementing a climate compatible Industrial Strategy for the UK. She is developing methods to downscale global climate assessments for local-level decision making across sectors in order to facilitate the delivery of a climate compatible Industrial Strategy. The project brings together climate science, government policy and private companies to ensure tackling climate change is incorporated into building a resilient, sustainable and competitive future for UK industry.
- Energy demand reduction options for meeting national zero-emission targets in the United Kingdom
- Bridging the climate mitigation gap with economy-wide material productivity
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