Alice has experience in resource efficient design and circular economy projects as well as expertise in sustainable transport and behaviour change.
Alice has worked on policy-based and operationally-focused projects for public and private sector clients, and has a good understanding of embodied energy and product packaging, alongside a range of other resource efficiency topics.
Since joining Eunomia’s Manchester team in April 2016, Alice has built upon her existing knowledge of embodied energy, working on research for Zero Waste Europe. She has contributed to projects on minimising electrical product return for WRAP and investigated the cost to businesses of energy efficiency measures. Alice has also provided research support for the Revision of EU Ecolabel and EU Green Public Procurement Criteria for the Joint Research Centre, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies.
Previously, Alice managed a number of sustainable transport behaviour change projects across England, engaging with businesses and schools to reduce the number of employees commuting by car. Interacting with stakeholders and local action groups to gather opinions on barriers and drivers to sustainable travel, Alice’s projects led to a reduction of 91 tonnes of CO2e in 2012-13.
Alongside this, Alice gained an MSc in Climate Change and Sustainable Development from De Montfort University with a final thesis entitled: “What needs to be in place for Small Scale Travel Planning to be Effective? The Views of Successful ‘Sustainability Champions’.”
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