The primary role of the international scientific advisory board (ISAB) is to give advice regarding scientific approaches, methodology and scientific quality of the deliverables as well as on dissemination of the programme results on the European and international research arena.
Managing director of the Hot or Cool Institute
Managing director of the Hot or Cool Institute which is a public interest think tank aiming to support organisations, policy makers, and communities in the sustainability transition. He has previously co-lead the United Nations One Planet programme on Sustainable Lifestyles and Education. He has a Ph.D. in Political Economy and publishes regularly in scientific journals, mainly on topics relating to the potential contribution of lifestyle changes for reaching the Paris Agreement.
Professor of Innovation and Sustainability at the Sustainable Consumption Institute at the University of Manchester
Emerita Professor of Sustainable Consumption & Production, University of Surrey
Director of the Centre for Environment & Sustainability at the University of Surrey where she is Professor of Sustainable Consumption and Production. She is also co-investigator at CUSP, Centre for Understanding Sustainable Prosperity. She is a Chartered Engineer, having read Engineering at the University of Cambridge. Angela’s research focuses on synthesising and analysing narratives of sustainable prosperity and how niche innovations might be ‘scaled up’ to produce transformational change.
Research Director for the Climate Economics Unit at CICERO
After completing his PhD in 2008 he has managed research projects on environmental taxes, transport policy, behavioural interventions (“nudges”), and energy efficiency. He is Research Director at CICERO (Center for INternational Climate Research). Since 2019 he has led the climate economics group.
Steffen’s primary research interest is climate policy instruments. He leads two projects funded by the Research Council of Norway, “Aviate” on the role of aviation in a low-carbon society and “Enable” on enabling the green transition in Norway.
Associate Professor in Sociology at the University of Geneva
Focused on consumption studies and sustainability and with a PhD in Development Studies, Marlyne Sahakian joined the department of Sociology at the University of Geneva in August 2017, with an affiliation to the Institute of Environmental Studies. She is a founding member of SCORAI Europe, and Chair of the European Sociological Association’s Research Network on the Sociology of Consumption (RN05). In 2022, she launched a new journal dedicated to consumption dynamics with Bristol University Press: Consumption and Society.