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CELP Summit 2021

Circular Economy Leadership & Partnership Summit 2021

Speakers Bio

Alisara Sivayathorn

Amorpol Huvanandana

Arnold Tukker


Chachanat Thebtaranonth

Chalermpol Hoonpongsimanont

Claire Thiebault

Edwin Keh

Emmanuelle MAIRE

Ernesto Sanchez-Triana

Eugene Kwon

Eun Joo Yi

Hemant Chaudhary

Isa-Maria Bergman

Jirarot Pojanavaraphan

Johannes Kisser

Kanchana Wanichkorn

Khwanrudee Imardoon

Kitipong Promwong

Kittiphat Suthisamphat

Krista Kruft

Laura Benns


Lerwen LIU

Mushtaq Memon

Niall O'Connor

Nongnuch Poolsawad

Nophol "Naps" Techaphangam

Pareena Prayukvong

Parvathy Krishnan

Piengpen Wongnapapan

Pierre Boileau

Pongvipa Lohsomboon

Prasad Modak

Pruitti Kerdchoochuen

Regula Schegg


Sakarindr Bhumiratana

Savanit Boonyasuwat

Singh Intrachooto

Sirapassorn SAGULWIWAT

Susann Roth

Teerapun Pimtong

Thomas Lindhqvist

Varoon Varanyanond

Veena Sahajwalla

Veera Kwanloetchit



Professor & Head of LCSA Lab


Shabbir H. Gheewala is a professor at the Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment (JGSEE), Thailand where he teaches Life Cycle Assessment and has led the Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment Lab for about 20 years. He also holds an adjunct professorship at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, USA. His research focuses on sustainability assessment of energy systems; sustainability indicators; and certification issues in biofuels and the agro-industry. He is a national expert on life cycle inventory as well as product carbon and water footprinting in Thailand. Shabbir mentors the research network on sustainability assessment and policy for food, fuel and climate change in Thailand.

Along with graduate teaching and research, Shabbir has worked extensively with industry in Thailand providing training and consultancy to scores of companies with aspirations towards improvements in sustainability. He also sits on several national committees providing technical support to policy-making bodies in Thailand. He has conducted national projects on sustainability and competitiveness for several critical supply chains in Thailand with the support of agencies such as the National Science and Technology Development Agency, Agricultural Research and Development Agency, Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency, and the National Research Council of Thailand.

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