Research Associate, WholeSEM Project, University of Cambridge
Research Interests: Demand-side responses to climate change; material efficiency
Biography: Sandy is an environmental economist with a particular interest in the motivations and trade-offs associated with greater material efficiency and demand reduction. She is a Research Associate on the Whole System Energy Modelling (wholeSEM) project exploring the welfare implications of reducing demand, and improving the characterisation of demand in whole system energy models. Sandy holds the Charles and Katherine Darwin Research Fellowship at Darwin College and was awarded a wholeSEM bilateral fellowship to collaborate with the GEM-E3 macroeconomic model.
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