Anne-Marie Tillman is since year 2000 professor at the Division of Environmental Systems Analysis at Chalmers. Her research includes methodology development and application of life cycle assessment (LCA) and related environmental systems analysis tools. A current field of interest is circular economy and assessments of how circular solutions play out in a life cycle perspective. Her industry collaboration on sustainability is extensive, channeled e.g. via the Swedish Life Cycle Center and the research programme Mistra REES – Resource-Efficient and Effective Solutions based on circular economy thinking.
Anne-Marie Tillman has developed and given courses and teaching materials on LCA and Environmental Systems Analysis, on master's and Ph.D. levels. Together with professor Henrikke Baumann she authored the textbook The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to LCA, used among students and practitioners worldwide.
Through her research, teaching and collaborative efforts Anne-Marie Tillman has contributed to the development of systems based environmental research. In parallel, the Division of Environmental Systems Analysis was built up, the head of which she was between 2005-2013.
Anne-Marie Tillman is a member of the Royal Academy for Engineering Sciences (IVA) and serves on the board of Mistra, The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research.
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Circular economy and its impact on use of natural resources and the environment - Chapter from the upcoming book “Resource-Efficient and Effective Solutions – A handbook on how to develop and provide them”
Erratum: Environmental impacts of hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and battery electric vehicles—what can we learn from life cycle assessment? [International Journal of Life CycleAssessment, DOI 10.1007/s11367-014-0788-0]
Comparison of environmental impact assessment, life cycle assessment and sustainable development records : at the general level and based on case studies of waste water systems : report from the ECOGUIDE project
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