Harri Moora specialises in environmental policy and management tools related to sustainable consumption and production (EMS, EPE, LCA, eco-design).
Harri is also working on waste management related issues such as environmental and economic assessment of waste management systems/technologies, development and evaluation of regulatory and economic instruments for waste management.
Harri Moora has worked for SEI Tallinn since 1998, first as a researcher, and since 2001 as a programme director of the Environmental Management Programme.
Work experience before SEI
Researcher at Department of Marine Geology and Geophysics, Geological Survey of Estonia
Research Assistant (M.Sc. student) at Institute of Geology, University of Tartu, Estonia
PhD, Institute of Environmental Technology, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
MSc in Environmental Management and Policy, International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE), Lund University, Sweden
Bachelor of Science in Geology, University of Tartu, Estonia
Business & Electronic Sustainable Management Research Action: Training Efficiency and Resources (BE-SMARTER).
Evaluation of the landfill tax/charge system in Estonia.
Evaluation of life cycle based environmental impacts and economic cost of alternative scenarios for municipal waste management in Estonia.
Project on Regional Cooperation in Waste Management (RECO) – waste management and spatial planning project in cooperation between partners from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Germany, Poland, Finland, Sweden, Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.