IIIEE Faculty

 

Mikael Backman

Senior Research Fellow

Sustainable tourism development; strategic orientation for sustainable regional development; industrial symbiosis; environmental management systems in preventative environmental strategies.

Torbjörn Brorson

Adjunct Professor

More than 17 years in leading environmental positions in multinational companies. Author of a number of books in environmental management and auditing. Certified environmental lead auditor.

Carl Dalhammar

Assistant Professor

environmental governance; law and innovation; technology transfer; trade and the environment; product-oriented environmental policy and law; sustainable consumption policies

Tareq Emtairah

Assistant Professor

Environmental strategies of business entities; innovation systems; sector dynamics and strategies of building sector; sustainability and financial sectors.

Lars Hansson

Associate Professor

Environmental economics; evaluation of environmental impacts; pricing of external effects; cost benefit analyses

Beatrice Kogg

Assistant Professor

Corporate responsibility in the supply chain, inter-organisational environmental management, sustainable supply chain management. Product policy with a particular emphasis on chemicals in products.

Thomas Lindhqvist

Associate Professor; Director of PhD Programme

Product policy; policies, strategies and instruments to promote cleaner production; extended producer responsibility; waste management

Kes McCormick

Assistant Professor

Background in political science and environmental science; works in the fields of governance and sustainability; focuses on bioenergy and biofuels as well as sustainable urban transformation. For more information, see http://www.linkedin.com/in/kesmccormick

Luis Mundaca

Assistant Professor

Environmental economics, new institutional economics, public policy, climate and energy policy evaluation, low-carbon economy governance, firms’ responses to market-based incentives, financial assessment of mitigation technologies under carbon markets.

Oksana Mont

Professor

Sustainable consumption and production with focus on food and mobility, sustainable lifestyles, the role of retailers in sustainability, product service systems: shifting corporate focus from selling products to selling product-services, social responsibility in supply chains.

Lena Neij

Professor, Director of the IIIEE

Development and assessment of methods for analyzing the dynamics of energy systems in view of technical change; policy measures for effecting and accelerating technical change renewable energy technologies; energy efficiency in buildings; sustainable urban development.

Philip Peck

Associate Professor

Environmental, socio-economic, policy and deployment parameters of new technology systems ( particularly bio-energy systems); large scale biomass supply issues, mining sector resource efficiency and environmental work.

Andrius Plepys

Assistant Professor

Industrial ecology; dematerialisation; waste management; product-service systems; sustainable consumption; lifecycle assessment

Håkan Rodhe

Associate Professor, Director of Educational Programmes

Industry-related environmental research focusing on preventative strategies covering both operational and policy perspectives.

Åke Thidell

Assistant Professor

Eco-labels and other informative instruments, chemicals in products, voluntary policy instruments for sustainable buildings, cleaner production for industry process

Naoko Tojo

Associate Professor, MESPOM Teaching Coordinator in Lund

Preventative environmental product policy and law; extended producer responsibility; effectiveness evaluation of environmental policies; eco-innovation, upstream design changes and sector dynamics; recycling & waste policy

 

IIIEE’s selected visiting professors include:

  • Donald Huisingh (Professor; The Center for Clean Products and Clean Technologies at the University of Tennessee, USA. Chief Editor of the Journal of Cleaner Production);
  • Michael Faure (Professor, Academic Director METRO Institute, University of Maastricht, the Netherlands);
  • Jim Salzman (Professor; Duke Law School at Duke University, USA); and
  • Chris Ryan (PhD, Professor, Melbourne University and National Centre For Research in Environmental Design, RMIT University, Australia)
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Mikael Backman

Senior Research Fellow

Sustainable tourism development; strategic orientation for sustainable regional development; industrial symbiosis; environmental management systems in preventative environmental  strategies.

Torbjörn Brorson

Adjunct Professor

More than 17 years in leading environmental positions in multinational companies. Author of a number of books in environmental management and auditing. Certified environmental lead auditor.

Carl Dalhammar

Assistant Professor

environmental governance; law and innovation; technology transfer; trade and the environment; product-oriented environmental policy and law; sustainable consumption policies 

Tareq Emtairah

Assistant Professor

Environmental strategies of business entities; innovation systems; sector dynamics and strategies of building sector; sustainability and financial sectors

Lars Hansson

Associate Professor

Environmental economics; evaluation of environmental impacts; pricing of external effects; cost benefit analyses

Mårten Karlsson

Assistant Professor

Design for environment from an industrial perspective; Green concurrent engineering; Cleaner production and environmental management

Beatrice Kogg

Assistant Professor

Corporate responsibility in the supply chain, inter-organisational environmental management, sustainable supply chain management. Product policy with a particular emphasis on chemicals in products 

Thomas Lindhqvist

Associate Professor; Director of PhD Programme

product policy; policies, strategies and instruments to promote cleaner production; extended producer responsibility; waste management

Kes McCormick

Assistant Professor

Background in political science and environmental science; works in the fields of governance and sustainability; focuses on bioenergy and biofuels as well as sustainable urban transformation. For more information, see http://www.linkedin.com/in/kesmccormick  

Luis Mundaca

Assistant Professor

environmental economics, new institutional economics, public policy, climate and energy policy evaluation, low-carbon economy governance, firms’ responses to market-based incentives, financial assessment of mitigation technologies under carbon markets

Oksana Mont

Professor

Sustainable consumption and production with focus on food and mobility, sustainable lifestyles, the role of retailers in sustainability, product service systems: shifting corporate focus from selling products to selling product-services, social responsibility in supply chains.

Lena Neij

Professor, Director of the IIIEE

development and assessment of methods for analyzing the dynamics of energy systems in view of technical change; policy measures for effecting and accelerating technical change renewable energy technologies; energy efficiency in buildings; sustainable urban development.

Philip Peck

Associate Professor

Environmental, socio-economic, policy and deployment parameters of new technology systems ( particularly bio-energy systems); large scale biomass supply issues, mining sector resource efficiency and environmental work.

Andrius Plepys

Assistant Professor

Industrial ecology; dematerialisation; waste management; product-service systems; sustainable consumption; lifecycle assessment

Håkan Rodhe

Associate Professor /Director of Educational Programmes 

Industry-related environmental research focusing on preventative strategies covering both operational and policy perspectives.

Åke Thidell

Assistant Professor

eco-labels and other informative instruments, chemicals in products, voluntary policy instruments for sustainable buildings, cleaner production for industry process 

Naoko Tojo

Associate Professor/MESPOM Teaching Coordinator in Lund

Preventative environmental product policy and law; extended producer responsibility; effectiveness evaluation of environmental policies; eco-innovation, upstream design changes and sector dynamics; recycling & waste policy

IIIEE’s selected visiting professors include  

  • Donald Huisingh (Professor; The Center for Clean Products and Clean Technologies at the University of Tennessee, USA. Chief Editor of the Journal of Cleaner Production);
  • Michael Faure (Professor, Academic Director METRO Institute, University of Maastricht, the Netherlands); 
  • Jim Salzman (Professor; Duke Law School at Duke University, USA); and
  • Chris Ryan (PhD, Professor, Melbourne University and National Centre For Research in Environmental Design, RMIT University, Australia)