Angela Druckman

Professor Angela Druckman

Professor of Sustainable Consumption and Production
+44 (0)1483 686679
09 BA 02

Academic and research departments

Centre for Environment and Sustainability.



Research interests

My teaching

My publications


Mair, S., Druckman, A. and Jackson, T. (2020). A Tale of Two Utopias: Work in a post-growth world. Ecological Economics. Volume 173, July 2020, 106653
Corlet Walker, C., Druckman A., Cattaneo, C (2020). Understanding the (non-)use of societal wellbeing indicators in national policy development: What can we learn from civil servants? A UK case study. Social Indicators Research. In press.
A Druckman, B Gatersleben (2019). A time-use approach: high subjective wellbeing, low carbon leisure. Journal of Public Mental Health 18(2), pp. 85-93
Kumar, P., A. Druckman, J Gallagher, B Gatersleben, S Allison, T Eisenman, U Hoang, S Hama, A. Tiwari, A Sharma, KV Abhijith, D Adlakha, ........ (2019). The Nexus between Air Pollution, Green Infrastructure and Human Health. Environment International (2109). Environment International 133 Part A.
Druckman, A. and S. Mair (2019). Wellbeing, Care and Robots: Prospects for good work in the health and social care sector. CUSP Working Paper Series, No 21.
S Mair, A Druckman, T Jackson (2019). Higher Wages for Sustainable Development? Employment and Carbon Effects of Paying a Living Wage in Global Apparel Supply Chains. Ecological economics 159, 11-23
Cox-Rawlings, Jade-Ashlee, Druckman, A., Mulheron, M, Smyth, M., Trew H., Jesson, D. (2019). Treatment of problematic waste: a case study using wood. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Waste and Resource Management.
C Hoolohan, I Soutar, J Suckling, A Druckman, A Larkin, C McLachlan (2019). Stepping‐up innovations in the water–energy–food nexus: A case study of anaerobic digestion in the UK. The Geographical Journal 185:391–405
C Hoolohan, A Larkin, C McLachlan, R Falconer, I Soutar, J Suckling, L. Varga, I. Haltas, A. Druckman, D. Lumbroso, M. Scott, D. Gilmour, R. Ledbetter, S. McGrane, C. Mitchell, D. Yu (2018). Engaging stakeholders in research to address water–energy–food (WEF) nexus challenges. Sustainability science 13 (5), 1415-1426
S Mair, A Druckman, T Jackson (2018). Investigating fairness in global supply chains: applying an extension of the living wage to the Western European clothing supply chain. The international journal of life cycle assessment 23 (9), 1862-1873
H Skudder, I Brunton-Smith, A Tseloni, A McInnes, J Cole, R Thompson, A. Druckman (2018). Can burglary prevention be low-carbon and effective? Investigating the environmental performance of burglary prevention measures. Security Journal 31 (1), 111-138
H Skudder, A Druckman, J Cole, A McInnes, I Brunton‐Smith, GP Ansaloni (2016). Addressing the Carbon‐Crime Blind Spot: A Carbon Footprint Approach. Journal of Industrial Ecology 21 (4), 829-843
Mair, S., Druckman, A. and Jackson, T (2018). The Future Of Work: Lessons from the History of Utopian Thought. CUSP Working Paper Series No 13. Centre for Understanding Sustainable Prosperity, University of Surrey.
H Skudder, I Brunton-Smith, J Cole, A McInnes, A Druckman (2018). The falling carbon footprint of acquisitive and violent offences. The British Journal of Criminology 58 (2), 351-371
Corlet Walker, C, Mair, S., and Druckman, A. (2018). A Theory of Change Approach for Measuring Economic Welfare Beyond GDP
R Clift, S Sim, H King, J Chenoweth, I Christie, J Clavreul, C Mueller, L Posthuma, A. Boulay, R. Chaplin-Kramer, J Chatterton, F DeClerck, A. Druckman... (2017). The challenges of applying planetary boundaries as a basis for strategic decision-making in companies with global supply chains. Sustainability 9 (2), 279
E Whitworth, A Druckman, A Woodward (2017). Food scares: a comprehensive categorisation. British Food Journal 119 (1), 131-142
J Chenoweth, A López-Avilés, S Morse, A Druckman (2016). Water consumption and subjective wellbeing: An analysis of British households. Ecological Economics 130, 186-194
(2016). Global inequities and emissions in Western European textiles and clothing consumption. Journal of Cleaner Production 132, 57-69S Mair, A Druckman, T Jackson
J Chenoweth, A López-Avilés, A Druckman, S Morse (2016). Options for Reducing Household Water Use in the UK: The Potential of Servicized Systems. Built Environment 42 (2), 294-305
A Druckman, T Jackson (2015). Understanding households as drivers of carbon emissions. Taking Stock of Industrial Ecology, 181-203
R Clift, A Druckman (2015). Taking stock of industrial ecology. Springer, Edited book.
M Hadjikakou, G Miller, J Chenoweth, A Druckman, C Zoumides (2015). A comprehensive framework for comparing water use intensity across different tourist types. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 23 (10), 1445-1467
J Torriti, R Hanna, B Anderson, G Yeboah, A Druckman (2015). Peak residential electricity demand and social practices: Deriving flexibility and greenhouse gas intensities from time use and locational data. Indoor and Built Environment 24 (7), 891-912
JA Cox, A Druckman, DA Jesson, M Mulheron, M Smyth, H Trew (2015). Municiple Solid Waste as a Resource Pt 2: A case study in sustainable management. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Waste and Resource Management
JA Cox, M Mulheron, D Jesson, A Druckman, M Smyth, H Trew (2015). Municipal solid waste as a resource: part 1–specifying composition. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Waste and Resource
F Schiller, A Penn, A Druckman, L Basson, K Royston (2014). Exploring space, exploiting opportunities: The case for analyzing space in industrial ecology. Journal of Industrial Ecology 18 (6), 792-798
M Chitnis, S Sorrell, A Druckman, SK Firth, T Jackson (2014). Who rebounds most? Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for different UK socioeconomic groups. Ecological Economics 106, 12-32
M Hadjikakou, J Chenoweth, G Miller, A Druckman, G Li (2014). Rethinking the economic contribution of tourism: case study from a Mediterranean Island. Journal of Travel Research 53 (5), 610-624
AS Penn, PD Jensen, A Woodward, L Basson, F Schiller, A Druckman (2014). Sketching a network portrait of the Humber region. Complexity 19 (6), 54-72
AS Penn, CJK Knight, DJB Lloyd, D Avitabile, K Kok, F Schiller, A. Woodward, A, Druckman, L. Basson (2013). Participatory development and analysis of a fuzzy cognitive map of the establishment of a bio-based economy in the Humber region. PloS one 8 (11), e78319
M Chitnis, S Sorrell, A Druckman, SK Firth, T Jackson (2013). Turning lights into flights: Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for UK households. Energy Policy 55, 234-250
P Bradley, A Druckman, T Jackson (2013). The development of commercial local area resource and emissions modelling–navigating towards new perspectives and applications. Journal of cleaner production 42, 241-253
M Chitnis, A Druckman, LC Hunt, T Jackson, S Milne (2012). Forecasting scenarios for UK household expenditure and associated GHG emissions: Outlook to 2030. Ecological Economics 84, 129-141
A Druckman, I Buck, B Hayward, T Jackson (2012). Time, gender and carbon: a study of the carbon implications of British adults' use of time. Ecological Economics 84, 153-163
Steve Sorrell, Birgitta Gatersleben, Angela Druckman (2020). The limits of energy sufficiency: A review of the evidence for rebound effects and negative spillovers from behavioural change. Energy Research & Social Science, 64 (2020) 101439
A Druckman, M Chitnis, S Sorrell, T Jackson (2011). Missing carbon reductions? Exploring rebound and backfire effects in UK households. Energy Policy 49, 778-778
A Druckman, Y Hartfree, D Hirsch, K Perren (2011). Sustainable income standards: Towards a greener minimum. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York
A Druckman, T Jackson (2010). The bare necessities: how much household carbon do we really need? Ecological Economics 69 (9), 1794-1804
Druckman, A. and T. Jackson (2010). An Exploration into the Carbon Footprint of UK Households. RESOLVE Working Paper Series 02-10. University of Surrey, Guildford, UK. November 2010.
A Druckman, T Jackson (2009). The carbon footprint of UK households 1990–2004: a socio-economically disaggregated, quasi-multi-regional input–output model. Ecological economics 68 (7), 2066-2077
P Bradley, C Thomas, A Druckman, T Jackson (2009). Accounting for food waste: comparative analysis within the UK. Waste and Resource Management 162 (1), 5
A Druckman, T Jackson (2008). Household energy consumption in the UK: A highly geographically and socio-economically disaggregated model. Energy Policy 36 (8), 3177-3192
A Druckman, P Bradley, E Papathanasopoulou, T Jackson (2008). Measuring progress towards carbon reduction in the UK. Ecological Economics 66 (4), 594-604
A Druckman, P Sinclair, T Jackson (2008). A geographically and socio-economically disaggregated local household consumption model for the UK. Journal of Cleaner Production 16 (7), 870-880
A Druckman, T Jackson (2008). Measuring resource inequalities: The concepts and methodology for an area-based Gini coefficient. Ecological economics 65 (2), 242-252