Dr Mark Workman is a Visiting Lecturer at Energy Futures Lab; an Affiliate Researcher at the Grantham Institute for Climate Change; and the Environment and Research Fellow at the Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College, London.
He is developing whole system analysis expertise around strategic issues: specifically source and sink resources, energy transitions, environmental and climate change, and conflict. He is also focusing on the processes of decision making under uncertainty and science communication around climate change.
Platt D, Workman M, Hall S, 2018, A novel approach to assessing the commercial opportunities for greenhouse gas removal technology value chains: Developing the case for a negative emissions credit in the UK, Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol:203, ISSN:0959-6526, Pages:1003-1018
et al., 2017, Valuing energy futures; a comparative analysis of value pools across UK energy system scenarios, Applied Energy, Vol:206, ISSN:0306-2619, Pages:815-828
et al., 2017, Strategic narratives in climate change: Towards a unifying narrative to address the action gap on climate change, Energy Research & Social Science, Vol:28, ISSN:2214-6296, Pages:39-49
et al., 2017, The unstudied barriers to widespread renewable energy deployment: Fossil fuel price responses, Energy Policy, Vol:103, ISSN:0301-4215, Pages:258-264
et al., 2017, Game theory and corporate governance: conditions for effective stewardship of companies exposed to climate change risks<sup>†</sup>, Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investment, Vol:7, ISSN:2043-0795, Pages:14-36