Telephone: +44 1904 432917
Title: Research Associate
Expertise: ethical living, behavioural change and urban environment issues
Dr Gary Haq is a Research Associate at SEI York where he undertakes research on ethical living, behavioural change and urban environment issues.
He holds a Diploma in Economics, a PhD in Transport and Environment, an MSc in Environmental Impact Assessment and a BSc (Hons) in Human Ecology.
Gary has worked with the media to engage the public in discussion and debate of climate change issues and ethical living. He is involved in exploring different methods of communicating green issues and fostering attitudinal and behavioural change, especially with regard to personal travel.
He has extensive experience of roleing policies issues related to improving urban air quality in both Africa and Asia. He has worked with a number of international organizations such as the Asian Development Bank, World Health Organization, World Bank and United Nations Environment Programme.
Gary Haq is co-author of the books: Urban Air Pollution in Asian Cities (2006) and World Transport Policy and Practice (2003) both published by Earthscan.
Global Ageing and Environmental Change: Attitudes, Risks and Opportunities (Project report - 2013)
A targeted social marketing approach for community pro-environmental behavioural change (Journal article - 2013)
Transport and Environment in Sub-Saharan Africa (policy brief) (Policy brief - 2013)
Exploiting the co-benefits of ecological sanitation (Journal article - 2012)
Transport and environment in sub-Saharan Africa (Report - 2012)
York Green Neighbourhood Challenge (Project report - 2011)
TEST Newsletter 1 (Other publications - 2011)
Environmentalism Since 1945 (Book - 2011)
Towards a Zero Carbon Vision for UK Transport (Project report - 2010)
Older People and Climate Change: the Case for Better Engagement (Report - 2010)