Property management staff
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
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I am a researcher at the Industrial Ecology Program at NTNU. At the time being, all my time is related to the Bioenergy Innovation Centre (CenBio), one of the centers for environmental friendly energy research (FME) in Norway.
My particular research focus is on life cycle assessment of bioenergy production systems with a particular focus on implementation of land use and land use changes. How can the impact on e.g. carbon stocks and biodiversity be included in the assessments and used for final comparison of different systems. One other important aspect is alternative use of biomass; since supply of biomass in not unlimited, competition will occur and ‘right’ use will thus become more and more important. In addition to the research, I am also the coordinator of the bioenergy graduate school, a project within CenBio.
Previously I have been involved in research on environmental and social management in supply chains with a particular focus on knowledge of environmental impact and distribution of environmental impact within the supply chains, and also the possibilities companies have to influence the supply chain as a system. Research on green procurement has been a part of this. I have also been involved in research on the impact on ecosystems from climate change.