Stephanie Cap is a PhD researcher at the Industrial Ecology department of CML since August 2021. Stephanie’s research focuses on the climate and health impacts of sustainable lifestyle changes
Stephanie Cap graduated with an MSc in Industrial Ecology from Leiden University and Delft University of Technology in July 2021. For her MSc thesis, Stephanie developed a multi-criteria assessment model for comparing types of nuts and seeds on environmental, nutritional and social criteria. Before obtaining her MSc, Stephanie worked for Ahold Delhaize, an international food retail group, coordinating sustainability strategy development, plastic circularity and sustainable product development initiatives. Stephanie holds a BA in International Development Studies from American University in Washington, D.C.
Stephanie is currently researching the climate mitigation potential and health impacts of sustainable lifestyle changes across nutrition, mobility, housing and leisure domains. Her research uses environmentally-extended multi-regional input-output models (EXIOBASE) to develop scenarios for how lifestyle changes can contribute to keeping global temperature increase below 1.5°C.
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