Integrative Methods (CCT1) interacts with all work packages and cross-cutting themes to develop new metrics and assess multi-scale vulnerabilities and sustainability impact of proposed interventions for domestic production systems and agri-food trade in the UK.
This will be through integrated methods such as Participatory workshops, Delphi, Meta-analysis of secondary datasets, Multi-criteria decision analysis, Hybrid Spatial Life Cycle Assessment, Panel Data analysis, Scenario Building approaches and Digital Twins for assessing environmental, social and economic impact of different interventions and policy options.
Dates: January 2021 to December 2025
Head of Operations Management & Decision Sciences Research Centre; Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Management, Sheffield University Management School.
University Lecturer in Animal Ecology, at the University of Cambridge.
Seyed M Ebrahimi
Knowledge Exchange Fellow in the Management School at the University of Sheffield.
Professorial Research Fellow in Food and Health within the Department of Geography at the University of Sheffield.