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.
Mirumachi N, Sawas A, Workman M, 2020, Unveiling the security concerns of low carbon development: climate security analysis of the undesirable and unintended effects of mitigation and adaptation, Climate and Development, Vol:12, ISSN:1756-5529, Pages:97-109
et al., 2020, Prioritising business model innovation: What needs to change in the United Kingdom energy system to grow low carbon entrepreneurship?, Energy Research & Social Science, Vol:60, ISSN:2214-6296, Pages:1-11
et al., 2020, Decision making in contexts of deep uncertainty - An alternative approach for long-term climate policy, Environmental Science & Policy, Vol:103, ISSN:1462-9011, Pages:77-84
et al., 2019, Technology is not a barrier: A survey of energy system technologies required for innovative electricity business models driving the low carbon energy revolution, Energies, Vol:12, ISSN:1996-1073