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Angela Druckman is Professor of Sustainable Consumption and Production at the Centre for Environmental Strategy, University of Surrey. As co-investigator in CUSP, she is overseeing the project work in our systems analysis theme.

Angela Druckman is Professor of Sustainable Consumption and Production at the Centre for Environmental Strategy, University of Surrey. She is a Chartered Engineer, having read Engineering at the University of Cambridge. Prior to joining academia Angela had a wide variety of experience, including research and development in hardware digital electronics design, commercial sector management, and non-governmental advocacy on climate change.

Angela joined the University of Surrey in 2005 as a Research Fellow, first working as part of the EPSRC funded Sustainable Urban Environment (SUE) Waste Consortium, then transferring to the ESRC Research Group on Lifestyles, Values and Environment (RESOLVE). In 2010 she accepted the post of Senior Lecturer, and in 2016 was promoted to Professor.

Angela’s research focuses on investigating avenues that may lead towards more sustainable lifestyles. She is Co-Investigator in CUSP. In this Angela is leading work on synthesising and analysing narratives of sustainable prosperity. As Co-Investigator in the EPSRC funded Stepping Up project, led by Professor Alice Bows (University of Manchester), Angela is exploring how niche innovations might be ‘scaled up’ to produce transformational change across the water-energy-food nexus. Angela has particular interest in the sustainability and safety of the food supply chain, and, as Co-Investigator of the Evolution and Resilience of Industrial Ecosystems (ERIE) project, she is leading work on development of tools to mitigate food scares.

Angela was awarded the UK Scopus Young Researcher Award in Environmental Sciences in 2011.

Publications – for full list, please see here

Clift, R. and Druckman, A. (eds) (2016). Taking Stock of Industrial Ecology. New York: Springer.

Mair, S.; Druckman, A. and Jackson, T. (2015). Global Inequities and Emissions in Western European Textiles and Clothing Consumption.

Torriti, J.; Hanna, R.; Anderson, B.; Yeboah, G.; Druckman, A. (2015) “Peak residential electricity demand and social practices: Deriving flexibility and greenhouse gas intensities from time use and locational data” Indoor and Built Environment. 24(7) 891–912.

Hadjikakou, M., G. Miller, A. Druckman, J. Chenoweth, and C. Zoumides (2015). “A comprehensive framework for comparing water use intensity across different tourist types”.

Cox, J.-A., D. Jesson, M. Mulheron, A. Druckman, M. Smyth and H. Trew (2015). “Municipal solid waste as a resource: Part 1 – specifying composition.” Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Waste and Resource Management. 168 (3): 101-114.

Cox, J.-A., A. Druckman, D. Jesson, M. Mulheron, M. Smyth and H. Trew (2015). “MSW as a resource, Part 2: case study in sustainable management.” Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Waste and Resource Management.

Chitnis, M., S. Sorrell, A. Druckman, S. K. Firth and T. Jackson (2014). “Who rebounds most? Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for different UK socioeconomic groups.” Ecological Economics 106:12-32.

Penn, A.; P. Jensen; A. Woodward; L. Basson; F. Schiller; A. Druckman  (2014) Sketching a Network Portrait of the Humber Region. Complexity  19: 54–72.

Schiller, F., Penn, A, Druckman, l. Basson, Royston, K. (2014) Exploring Space, Exploiting Opportunities – the Case for Analyzing Space in Industrial Ecology. Journal of Industrial Ecology. 18(6):792-798.

Hadjikakou, M., J. Chenoweth, G. Miller and G. Li (2013). “Re-thinking the economic contribution of tourism: case study from a Mediterranean island.” Journal of Travel Research.

Penn, A. S., C. J. K. Knight, D. Lloyd, D. Avitabile, K. Kok, F. Schiller, A. Woodward, A. Druckman and L. Basson (2013). “Participatory Development and Analysis of a Fuzzy Cognitive Map of the Establishment of a Bio-based Economy in the Humber Region.” PLoS One 8(11):):e78319 2013.

Chitnis, M., S. Sorrell, A. Druckman, S. K. Firth and T. Jackson (2013). “Turning lights into flights: Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for UK households.” Energy Policy 55: 234–250.

Bradley, P., A. Druckman and T. Jackson (2013). “The Development of Commercial Local Area Resource and Emissions Modelling – navigating towards new perspectives and applications.” Journal of Cleaner Production 42: 241-253.

Druckman, A., I. Buck, B. Hayward and T. Jackson (2012). “Time, gender and carbon: A study of the carbon implications of British adults’ use of time.” Ecological Economics 84: 153-163.

Chitnis, M., A. Druckman, L. C. Hunt, T. Jackson and S. Milne (2012). “Forecasting scenarios for UK household expenditure and associated GHG emissions: Outlook to 2030.” Ecological Economics 84: 129-141.

Druckman, A., M. Chitnis, S. Sorrell and T. Jackson (2011). “Missing carbon reductions? Exploring rebound and backfire effects in UK households” Energy Policy 39: 3572–3581.

Druckman, A. and T. Jackson, 2010. “The bare necessities: how much household carbon do we really need?” Ecological Economics 69(9): 1794–1804.

Druckman, A. and T. Jackson (2009). “The carbon footprint of UK households 1990-2004: a socio-economically disaggregated, quasi-multiregional input-output model.” Ecological Economics 68 (7): 2066–2077.

Alexander, C., A. Druckman, T. Jackson and C. Osinski (2009). “Estimations of household

Druckman, A. and T. Jackson (2008). “Household energy consumption in the UK: a highly geographically and socio-economically disaggregated model.” Energy Policy 36(8): 3177– 3182.