Lorenzo Di Lucia is Research Fellow at the Center for Environmental Policy. His research focuses on the interactions between biobased supply chains for energy and products and the use of land and natural resources.
Prior to his appointment at Imperial College, Lorenzo worked at the department of Environment and Energy Systems Studies at Lund University (Sweden) where he completed his PhD research project looking at public policy and the governance of biofuel systems. After completing his PhD, Lorenzo spent a further two years as Research Associate at Lund working on various projects looking at the introduction of renewable energy in district heating in Sweden and China.
et al., 2020, Using participatory system dynamics modelling to quantify indirect land use changes of biofuel projects, Journal of Land Use Science, Vol:16, ISSN:1747-423X, Pages:111-128
Anejionu OCD, Di Lucia L, Woods J, 2020, Geospatial modelling of environmental and socioeconomic impacts of large-scale production of advanced biofuel, Biomass and Bioenergy, Vol:142, ISSN:0961-9534, Pages:1-14
et al., 2019, Project level assessment of indirect land use changes arising from biofuel production, Global Change Biology Bioenergy, Vol:11, ISSN:1757-1693, Pages:1361-1375
Di Lucia L, Ribeiro B, 2018, Enacting responsibilities in landscape design: The case of advanced biofuels, Sustainability, Vol:10, ISSN:2071-1050
Di Lucia L, Usai D, Woods J, 2018, Designing landscapes for sustainable outcomes - The case of advanced biofuels, Land Use Policy, Vol:73, ISSN:0264-8377, Pages:434-446