Andrew Lovett is a Professor of Geography in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of East Anglia (UEA). His academic background is in human geography and since moving to UEA in 1990 he has been involved in a range of projects concerned with applications of GIS, landscape visualisation software and statistical techniques.
His current focus is on future rural land-use change, including research on renewable energy systems funded by the UK Energy Research Centre and the Social, Economic and Environmental Research (SEER) project into Multi-Objective Land Use Decision Making funded by the ESRC. He is also co-leader of the Wensum Demonstration Test Catchment project funded by Defra and the Environment Agency.
Related Publications (2)
09 Dec 2019
The Review sets out some of the challenges the next government will face – and makes specific recommendations about future policy priorities.
01 Apr 2014
This research examines the impacts and uncertainties on ecosystem services (ES) and natural capital both within the UK and externally, relating to possible changes in power generation within the UK energy system.