Miguel Mendonça Reis Brandão
Dr. Miguel Brandão is Associate Professor in Industrial Ecology and Life Cycle Assessment at KTH, Stockholm. Over the last 17 years, he has taught and researched at a number of organisations around the world.
He works with the use of hard systems approaches that can robustly support decisions towards sustainable development. His research has focused on the integrated assessment of bio-based systems, with emphasis on their impacts on climate change, resource depletion, ecosystem services and biodiversity.
He was/is involved in international standardisation initiatives (PAS2050, ILCD, FAO LEAP, ISO, GHG Protocol) in the areas of life cycle assessment, carbon footprinting, circular economy and climate-change metrics.
He is the coordinator for research and innovation in circular economy at KTH, and formerly KTH's academic responsible for Latin America in the areas of student recruitment, exchange studies, and business and research collaboration.
His interests include: Circular Economy, Environmental Economics, Ecological Economics, Agroecology, Land Use, Sustainable Production and Consumption, Globalisation, Poverty alleviation, Food Security, Bioenergy, Food Systems.
Currently, he is associate editor in the Journal of Cleaner Production, Journal of Industrial Ecology (LCA), the International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment (Land Use), Clean Technologies, Frontiers in Climate (Negative Emissions Technologies) and Standards.
In 2012, he received the SETAC Europe Young Scientist LCA Award.
Circular Economy and Industrial Systems (MJ111V), teacher | Course web
Degree Project in Industrial Ecology, Second Cycle (AL227X), examiner | Course web
Degree Project in Strategies for Sustainable Development, Second Cycle (AL250X), examiner, teacher | Course web
Ecological Economics (AL2190), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web
Environmental System Analysis and Decision making (AL2181), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web
Introduction to Industrial Ecology, larger course (MJ2615), examiner | Course web
Sustainable Food Production and Consumption (AL2110), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web
Transdisciplinary Approaches for System Innovations (AL2115), teacher | Course web