Dr Laurie Wright is a lecturer of environmental sciences at Southampton Solent University, and non-executive director of SOSA Ltd. He received a PhD at the University of Southampton for his work examining community GHG emissions, he also holds a degree in environmental sciences, and an MSc Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. He is a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and associate member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment.
He was awarded a teaching fellowship at the University of Southampton, where he continued his research and teaching in environmental management. He then joined Southampton Solent University as a lecturer of environmental sciences in 2013, and in the same year he co-founded SOSA Ltd, a management support consultancy.
Dr Wright’s teaching and research interests concern the interface of technology, society, and the environment. He teaches environmental management, impact assessment, research techniques, and statistical methods. His research is focused on the sustainability and management of environmental impacts, including projects investigating: the geospatial modelling of GHG emissions, and the environmental impacts of micro-brewing and beer production. He has a growing number of publications, given a range of academic and public talks, and has held a number of national and international scientific advisory positions.
Outside of his work Laurie is a rock music fanatic, vinyl record collector, and motorcycle enthusiast.
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