The energy crisis implications for rebound effect research
We welcome you to this mini seminar related to the topic “The energy crisis implications for rebound research”.
Some of the world's most prominent researchers on the rebound effect present their research and reflect on how current policy responses to the energy crises and increase in prices could lead to rebound effects and give new directions for research on rebound effects.
The seminar will be presented by
Dr. David Font Vivanco.
Dr. Font Vivanco has 10 years of experience in rebound research, including a PhD thesis on environmental rebound effects from transport eco-innovation from Leiden University, a Marie Curie Fellowship on the topic of policy-induced rebound, and postdoctoral appointments at Yale University and University College London. With more than 20 scientific articles on the topic, his research addresses methodological advances to identify and quantify rebound effects using a multidisciplinary approach. He is currently a senior consultant at 2.-0 LCA consultants.
Dr. Tamar Makov
Dr. Makov investigates how new business models, technologies, and innovation can help address social and environmental challenges. Adopting a systems approach, she combines big data analysis with behavioral experiments and Life Cycle Assessment to answer open questions regarding digitalization, sustainable food systems, and alternative consumption models.
Prof. Steven Sorell
Professor Sorell has more than 20 years of experience in energy and climate policy research, with a particular focus on market based instruments, resource depletion, energy efficiency and rebound effects. Steve has (co)-authored three books, forty peer-reviewed papers, twelve book chapters and more than one hundred research reports on various aspects of energy and climate policy.
Dr. Hans Jakob Walnum
Doctor Walnum is cand.polit with a background in political science from the Norwegian university of science and technology. in 2015 he defended hos doctoral position at the university of Aallborg. The title of he thesis was "Fixing or transferring environmental problems in the transport sector?"