Tzilivakis BSc MSc PhD PIEMA MIAP
Reader in Agricultural and Environmental Systems
Tel.: +44 (0)1707 285259
has been a member of AERU staff since 1995. During that time he has
been involved in numerous projects related to agriculture, the
environment and sustainability. Recent activities include assessing the
impact of rural development programmes of climate change mitigation and
adaptation, reviewing the potential environmental impact of livestock
feed additives, developing carbon footprinting tools,
framework for practical and effective environmental labelling , and
evaluating the environmental benefits of different farming systems. His
work has included the development of software applications for farmers
and growers, and the development of best practice / knowledge transfer
web sites in the UK and across Europe. He has also been involved in the
development of methods for environmental impact assessment, auditing
and risk assessments. He also undertakes sustainability assessments
which involves integrating environmental, economic and social
assessments to provide an holistic perspective.
an BSc in Agroforestry from the University of Wales, Bangor, an MSc in
Ecological Design from the Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, a PhD
from the University of Hertfordshire, is an IEMA (Institute of
Environmental Management and Assessment) Practitioner, and is a Member
of the Institution of Analysts and Programmers.
joining AERU in 1995 John was a Researcher at the World Resource
Foundation now known as Residua. There he worked on projects related to
sustainable waste management. These included the use of Life Cycle
Assessment (LCA) in waste management and the public perception issues.
of livestock feed additives that have direct beneficial effect on the
Strategies for Climate change Action in Rural areas (OSCAR)
pesticide load indicator
climate change mitigation potential of an EU farm: towards a farm-based
approaches to environmental labelling of food products
of reduction in environmental burdens through targeted measures
compared with whole farm approaches in cropping and livestock systems
software tools for pesticide risk assessment for the EU FOOTPRINT
an Energy Auditing Tool (EAT) for greenhouses for the EU GREENERGY
online services on GOV.UK
(Agricultural Document Library)
and Energy Impact Assessment for Sugar Beet Production Systems
Management for Agriculture (EMA)
- Green, A., Lewis, K.A., Tzilivakis, J.
& Warner D.J. (2017). Agricultural climate change
mitigation: carbon calculators as a guide for decision making.
International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability. DOI
K. & Tzilivakis, J. (2017). Development of a data set of
pesticide dissipation rates in/on various plant matrices for the
Pesticide Properties DataBase (PPDB). Data,
2(3), 28. DOI
A., Tzilivakis, J., Warner, D. & Lewis, K. (2017). Problems of
Benchmarking Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Dairy Agriculture. Benchmarking: An International Journal, 24(6):
J., Warner, D.J., Green, A. & Lewis, K.A. (2017). Spatial and
temporal variability of greenhouse gas emissions from rural development
land use operations. Mitigation and
Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 22(3):
D., Tzilivakis, J., Green, A. & Lewis, K. (2017). Ecological
Focus Areas and beneficial insect (Coleoptera: Carabidae) conservation
for pest control: habitat suitability and farm specific factors.
In: G. Begg, F. Bianchi, N. Birch, B. Gerowitt, J. Holland, D. Lupi, C.
Moonen, M. Ramsden & P. van Rijn (Eds.), Proceedings
of the 7th IOBC-WPRS
Working Group meeting on Landscape Management
for Functional Biodiversity (IOBC-WPRS Bulletin vol. 122).
Dundee (Scotland, UK), 29-31 March, 6-10.
Tzilivakis's extended publications
Link to UH profile page