Research Now Underway for All RELIEF Projects
It is with great enthusiasm that we announce that all five Early Stage Researcher’s (ESRs) have been hired and have started working on their respective projects at Radboud University in Nijmegen. Valerio Barbarossa, working on the water footprint project, started in June and is currently working on global hydrological scaling relationships for LCA applications. Sadegh Shahmohammadi started working in August on energy consumption variability in the lifecycle of Unilever’s products. The ESR working on the macro-scale strategic decisions project, Michael Guindon, began working in September and has started work on calculating the aquatic and terrestrial biodiversity footprints of nations using multi-regional input-output analysis. Finally, Mélanie Douziech (chemical footprint) and Wan Yee Lam (land footprint) have just begun working at Radboud University in October. They will be spending their first few weeks developing their research proposals.
There will be more updates to come from all ESRs involved in the RELIEF project in the coming months.