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Input-Output Conference 2010

Dr Tommy Wiedmann

Dr Thomas (Tommy) Wiedmann is an Associate Professor and leader of the Sustainability Assessment Program in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UNSW. He has long-standing expertise in integrated sustainability assessment and environmental footprint analysis. His main research question is how to achieve human wellbeing without increasing environmental impacts. Tommy develops and applies environmental input-output analysis as part of a holistic concept to life cycle assessment, industrial ecology and sustainable consumption and production research.

In 2012 Tommy received the Thomson Reuters Citation Award in Economics. In 2009, he was the guest editor of a special issue of the journal Economic Systems Research on 'Carbon Footprint and Input-Output Analysis'. Tommy has published over 25 peer-reviewed journal articles as first or second author and is a regular reviewer of articles in more than twenty high-ranking scientific journals.

Tommy is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Centre for Integrated Sustainability Analysis (ISA) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney and Director at the Centre for Sustainability Accounting (CenSA) in York, UK. In his previous affiliations with the Stockholm Environment Institute and CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences Tommy coordinated a number of research projects funded by the European Commission and Australian and UK Governments. He led a research project that produced the first time series of the UK's national carbon footprint.

Tommy Wiedmann


For further information please contact

Prof Manfred Lenzen
ISA, A28
The University of Sydney NSW 2006
+61 (0)2 9351-5985