Dr. Andy Green BSc MSc PhD PGCert AIEMA FHEA
Senior research fellow
Tel.: +44 (0)1707 284588
Andy joined AERU as a Research Fellow in March 2000, and has since
worked on a wide range of projects spanning environmental pollution and its mitigation,
managing environments for ecological recovery, the international delivery of pesticide
properties data (PPDB), a disaggregating analysis of the government's economic indicators
of agricultural sustainability, and broader sustainability issues.
His main areas of interest include:
- Sustainable resource use in a changing world.
- Environmental best practice for rural businesses.
- Sustainable mitigation of environmental pollution.
- BSc in Geography from Leeds University.
- MSc in Environmental Water Management from Cranfield University.
- PhD in Non-point Source Water Pollution from the University of
- PGCert in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education.
Andy is also an IEMA (Institute of Environmental Management
and Assessment) Associate, a Fellow of the Higher Education
Academy (HEA) and a member of the UK Irrigation Association.
Having previously worked in the financial sector, Andy was
employed at Cranfield University, on the prestigious EU funded MEDALUS (MEditerranean
Desertification And Land USe) project; and worked collaboratively with the Environment
Agency and Thames Water.
- The Environmental Impact of Horticultural Practices in the EA's
- Defra Content Audit.
- Planning Your Entry Level Stewardship Application.
- Nutrient Budgeting in the Ythan NVZ.
- Lewis, K.A., Tzilivakis, J. and Green, A. (2013). Agricultural carbon calculators - choosing the right one. Presented at 'Producing More for Less', Birmingham, UK, 16-17 January 2013.
- Lewis, K.A., Green, A., Warner, D.J. and Tzilivakis, J. (2012). Carbon accounting tools: are they fit for purpose in the context of arable cropping. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 11(2): 159-175.
- Green, A., Warner, D.J., Tzilivakis, J., and Lewis, K.A. (2012). A
Comparison of Carbon Accounting Tools and an Evaluation of Their Potential for Greenhouse
Gas Mitigation. EmiLi: International Symposium on Emission of Gas and Dust from
Livestock, June 10-13, 2012, Saint-Malo, France.
- Warner, D.J., Green, A., Tzilivakis, J., and Lewis, K.A. (2012).
Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduced by Agri-Environment Schemes on Improved
Grassland Grazed by Intensive Beef Cattle. EmiLi: International Symposium on Emission
of Gas and Dust from Livestock, June 10-13, 2012, Saint-Malo, France.
- Tzilivakis, J., Green, A., Warner, D.J., McGeever,K. and Lewis,
K.A. (2012). A framework for practical and effective eco-labelling of food products. Sustainability
Accounting, Management and Policy Journal, 3(1): 50-73.
- Lewis, K. and Green, A. (2011). The Pesticide Properties DataBase. Chemistry International, 33(3): 30-31.
- Tzilivakis, J., Lewis, K.A., Green, A. and Warner, D.J. (2011). A
Novel Technique for Identifying Environmental Outcomes from Agricultural Practices. Impact
Assessment and Project Appraisal, 29(1): 2-10. DOI.
- Lewis, K.A., Green, A., Tzilivakis, J. and Warner, D.J. (2010). The
contribution of UK farm assurance schemes towards desirable environmental policy outcomes.
International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 8(4): 237249.
- Green, A. (2010). Coming to a tower block near you - Vertical
farming: farming fantasy or farming future? Public Service Review: Central Government,
20: 212-214. [Go to site].
- Warner, D.J., Lewis, K.A., Tzilivakis, J. and Green, A. (2010). Integrated Management Options for Agricultural Climate Change Mitigation (IMPACCT). Proceedings of ‘The Dundee Conference Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2010’, University of Dundee, 23 – 24 February 2010.
Dr. Andy Green's extended publications