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Kate Scott

Former employee

Kate Scott joined SEI in October 2007 as a Research Associate, and left in February 2011.

As a Research Associate at SEI, Kate was mainly involved in research concerned with the environmental impacts of unsustainable patterns of consumption and production. Her research included ground-breaking carbon footprinting research for the National Health Service (NHS) leading to a nation-wide NHS Carbon Reduction Strategy; development of a Climate Calculator for WWF Sweden’s Klimatsmart campaign; providing cutting-edge research into how resource efficiency can help the UK meet its climate change targets and reviewing current research on sustainable lifestyles to identify gaps in the evidence and recommend future research for the UN Task Force for Sustainable Lifestyles.

Addtional report

  • Scott, K., Barrett, J., Baiocchi, G., Minx, J.C., (2009), Meeting the UK climate change challenge: The contribution of resource efficiency. Report to the Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP), London, UK. Project EVA128. Published on-line, 3 November 2009.

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