Through this in-house capability and ready access to a wide range of linked expertise from within Imperial College and other UK universities, LCAworks aims to help clients in government, industry, charities, foundations and other organizations to address their growing needs in sustainability
and environmental impact assessment.
holds the Hofmann Chair in Chemistry at Imperial College London. He was instrumental in founding the Chemical Biology Centre (to facilitate quantitative measurement of biomolecular phenomena) and is the Director of the Doctoral Training Centre in Chemical Biology. He is Director of the Porter Institute.
is a Distinguished Research Fellow at Imperial College. He undertakes research in plant and fungal biology with special reference to sustainable biomaterials, bioenergy and biofuels. He has 20 years experience in using LCA to assess environmental and sustainability impacts of bio-based products including construction products, packaging systems, forest products, management systems and more recently, biofuels and bioenergy systems.
is a Lecturer in Bioenergy in the Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London. He coordinates the EU-funded network on bioethanol for sustainable transport (BEST). He recently developed GHG, environmental and social assurance/certification systems for biofuels as part of an assessment of renewable transport fuels for UKDTI. He also co-ordinates an ICSU/SCOPE research project on 'the sustainable use of southern African savannas.
is Director of Business Development at Duke Corporate Education. Rafat is a chartered aeronautical engineer and prior to joining Imperial, spent 12 years in the aerospace/defence and security sector. Previous experience includes leading and managing technical research, development and manufacturing operations.
is a Research Fellow at Imperial College London and is manager of LCAworks. For the last 20 years, Mark worked for BP PLC, most recently as Climate Change Manager, and as a Senior Advisor in the development and launch of BP's Biofuels business. He has broad expertise in the application of LCA to energy systems and in the development of low carbon business.
is a Research Fellow at Imperial College London. Rocio has extensive expertise in sustainability assessment and benchmarking. Recent projects include: COMPETE (Competence Platform on Energy Crop and Agroforestry Systems for Arid and Semi-arid Ecosystems - Africa. Coordinator of WP3 on Sustainability Analysis of Alternative Land Use - Climate; RESURL (Renewable Energy for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods).