The LCSA Board

Contact Information:

This email address can be used to contact all current board members. 

Board Terms:

Board members are elected to serve for 3 years, with no term limits, though the board chair may only serve in that position for 2 successive terms.

2022-2025 Board Members:

  • Oludunsin Tunrayo Arodudu Co-chair (State University of New York, College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry)
    Dr. Oludunsin Arodudu is a researcher at the State University of New York, College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry, Syracuse, New York. He applies life cycle sustainability assessment tools, methodologies, indicators and frameworks for evaluation of bioenergy and other renewable energy systems. His current research interests include tools and strategies for landscape and resource efficiency, circularity of materials, and sustainable bioeconomy. Oludunsin has a BSc. in Geography (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria), MSc in Geoinformation Science and Earth Observation for Environmental Modelling and Management (Lund University, Sweden and University of Twente, Netherland), and a PhD in Geoecology (University of Potsdam, Germany). Oludunsin is currently a Board Member of the Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment Section of the International Society for Industrial Ecology.
  • David Font Vivanco Co-chair (Eco Intelligent Growth)
    Environmental Scientist and M.Sc in Industrial Ecology by Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and M.Sc in Renewable Energy Engineering and Management by Universitat de Barcelona. Obtained his Ph.D from Leiden University with a thesis on environmental rebound effects. Since then he has been a postdoctoral researcher at Yale University and University College London. Currently a Life Cycle Sustainability Manager at Eco Intelligent Growth.
  • Andrea Hicks
  • Paul Wolfram Board member (Joint Global Change Research Institute)
    Paul Wolfram is a researcher at the Joint Global Change Research Institute where he conducts integrated assessment of energy systems and decarbonization scenarios. Prior, Paul graduated with a PhD from the Yale School of the Environment and gained practical experience as a researcher at the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) in Germany. Paul’s work aims at understanding the complex sectoral interactions and (unintended) environmental consequences of the global energy transition. His work has been highlighted in The New York Times and the IPCC’s sixth assessment report.
  • Peter Berrill Board Member
    Peter Berrill is a postdoctoral researcher at the Technische Universität Berlin, where he currently works on a 2-year MSCA individual fellowship on the SUFFFICCS project. The main objective of SUFFICCS is to develop and demonstrate a framework for integrated modelling of service levels (m2 floorspace, passenger-km), energy demand, and emissions from urban buildings and transport in Europe. Peter obtained a PhD in industrial ecology from Yale School of the Environment, where his thesis focused on pathways and opportunities for decarbonising the residential sector in the US. He served as a contributing author to the Buildings chapter of the IPCC sixth assessment report.
  • Qingshi Tu Board member (University of British Columbia)

Previous Board Members:

Wenjie Liao (chair)

Sichuan University

until 2022

Cassandra Thiel (chair)

New York University

until 2022

Yuan Yao

Yale University

until 2022

Haibo Feng

Northumbria University

until 2022

Thomas Gloria (chair)

Harvard University

until 2019

Matthew Eckelman

Northeastern University

until 2019

Stephan Pfister

ETH Zurich

until 2019

Paulina Jaramillo

Carnegie Mellon University

until 2019

Jeroen Guinée

Leiden University, CML, Netherlands

Prior to 2017

Gregory Norris

Harvard School of Public Health USA

Prior to 2017

Michael Hauschild

DTU Management Engineering DK

Prior to 2017

Sarah McLaren

Massey University, New Zealand

Prior to 2017

Barbara Nebel 

PE International, New Zealand

Prior to 2017

Robert Anex

University of Wisconsin Madison, USA

Prior to 2017

Matthias Finkbeiner

Technical University Berlin, Germany

Prior to 2017

Göran Finnveden

Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

Prior to 2017

Pere Fullana Palmer

Escola Superior de Comerç Internacional, Barcelona

Prior to 2017

Sabrina Spatari

Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA

Prior to 2017

Steven Young

University of Waterloo, Canada

Prior to 2017

Bo Weidema

2.-0 LCA consultants, Aalborg East, Denmark

Prior to 2017

Alissa Kendall

UC Davis, Civil and Environmental Engineering, USA

Prior to 2017

Josh Newell

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Prior to 2017