2013 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
Her primary scientific interests are in Life-cycle assessment, Sustainability, Waste management, Sustainable development and Environmental resource management. Her study in Life-cycle assessment is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Environmental engineering, Risk analysis, Best practicable environmental option, Process and Hydropower. As part of her studies on Sustainability, Adisa Azapagic often connects relevant subjects like Environmental economics.
Her research in Environmental economics intersects with topics in Energy security, Microgeneration and Cost of electricity by source. Her Sustainable development study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sustainable design, Engineering ethics and Design for the Environment. As part of her studies on Environmental resource management, Adisa Azapagic frequently links adjacent subjects like Natural resource economics.
Adisa Azapagic spends much of her time researching Life-cycle assessment, Sustainability, Waste management, Natural resource economics and Environmental economics. Her Life-cycle assessment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Renewable energy, Fossil fuel, Environmental engineering and Greenhouse gas. Her Environmental engineering study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Global warming.
Her work deals with themes such as Environmental planning, Environmental resource management and Sustainable development, which intersect with Sustainability. Her studies deal with areas such as Carbon footprint and Anaerobic digestion as well as Waste management. Natural resource economics and Biofuel are commonly linked in her work.
Adisa Azapagic mainly investigates Life-cycle assessment, Sustainability, Waste management, Greenhouse gas and Circular economy. Her Life-cycle assessment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Carbon footprint, Primary energy, Natural resource economics, Fossil fuel and Product. The Sustainability study combines topics in areas such as Biomass, Raw material and Agricultural economics.
Adisa Azapagic has researched Waste management in several fields, including Global warming and Anaerobic digestion. The various areas that she examines in her Greenhouse gas study include Supply chain, Production, Biofuel and Food processing. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Resource efficiency, Environmental economics and Economic system.
Adisa Azapagic focuses on Life-cycle assessment, Sustainability, Circular economy, Waste management and Resource efficiency. Her Life-cycle assessment research incorporates themes from Environmental protection, Food waste, Incineration, Fossil fuel and Biogas. Her Sustainability research incorporates Context and Consumption.
Her Circular economy research focuses on subjects like Environmental economics, which are linked to Wind power, Photovoltaic system, Microgeneration and Developing country. Her Waste management research includes elements of Global warming, Global-warming potential, Primary energy and Human toxicity. Her Resource efficiency research also works with subjects such as
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Developing a framework for sustainable development indicators for the mining and minerals Industry
Journal of Cleaner Production (2004)
Carbon capture, storage and utilisation technologies: A critical analysis and comparison of their life cycle environmental impacts
Rosa M. Cuéllar-Franca;Adisa Azapagic.
Journal of CO 2 Utilization (2015)
Indicators of Sustainable Development for Industry: A General Framework
A. Azapagic;S. Perdan.
Process Safety and Environmental Protection (2000)
Life cycle Assessment and its Application to Process Selection, Design and Optimisation
Chemical Engineering Journal (1999)
SYSTEMS APPROACH TO CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY A General Management Framework
Process Safety and Environmental Protection (2003)
Sustainability assessment of energy systems: Integrating environmental, economic and social aspects
Edgar Santoyo-Castelazo;Adisa Azapagic.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2014)
The application of life cycle assessment to process optimisation
A Azapagic;R Clift.
Computers & Chemical Engineering (1999)
Options for broadening and deepening the LCA approaches
Harish Kumar Jeswani;Adisa Azapagic;Philipp Schepelmann;Michael Ritthoff.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2010)
Life cycle assessment and multiobjective optimisation
A. Azapagic;R. Clift.
Journal of Cleaner Production (1999)
How much do engineering students know about sustainable development? The findings of an international survey and possible implications for the engineering curriculum
Adisa Azapagic;Slobodan Perdan;David Shallcross.
European Journal of Engineering Education (2005)
Sustainable Production and Consumption
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