University of Leeds
Llinos Brown is a research fellow at the Institute for Transport Studies at the University of Leeds. She applies social science research methods such as interviews, focus groups and surveys to understand energy consumption and ways society can use less energy and decarbonise. As part of CREDS, Llinos is working on a project examining the transport, travel, and social adaptions (TRANSAS) made during COVID-19. The main data collection method is a multi-wave longitudinal panel survey which Llinos is analysing.
Prior to joining CREDS, Llinos conducted research for the Scottish Government on public perceptions towards the government’s commitment to reducing car kilometers by 20% by 2030. Outside of the transport theme, drawing on her geographical background and strong interest in sustainability, Llinos’s PhD examined energy cultures at different spatial scales within an industrial workplace.
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