Harri Moora

Harri Moora

harri.moora@sei-international.org

Telephone: +372 62 76 108

Title: Programme Director, Senior Expert

Role: Environmental Management Programme

Expertise: Environmental policy analysis, environmental management, sustainable consumption and production, resource efficiency and sustainable waste management

Centre: Tallinn

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Harri Moora specialises in environmental policy and management tools related to sustainable consumption and production (EMS, EPE, LCA, eco-design).


He is also working on waste management related issues such as environmental and economic assessment of waste management systems/technologies, development and evaluation of regulatory and economic instruments for waste management.

Harri Moora has worked for SEI Tallinn since 1998, first as a researcher, and since 2001 as a programme director of the Environmental Management Programme.

Work experience before SEI
- Researcher at Department of Marine Geology and Geophysics, Geological Survey of Estonia

- Research Assistant (M.Sc. student) at Institute of Geology, University of Tartu, Estonia

Education
- PhD, Institute of Environmental Technology, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

- MSc in Environmental Management and Policy, International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE), Lund University, Sweden

- Bachelor of Science in Geology, University of Tartu, Estonia

Projects
-
Business & Electronic Sustainable Management Research Action: Training Efficiency and Resources (BE-SMARTER).

- Evaluation of the landfill tax/charge system in Estonia.

- Evaluation of life cycle based environmental impacts and economic cost of alternative scenarios for municipal waste management in Estonia.

- Project on Regional Cooperation in Waste Management (RECO) - waste management and spatial planning project in cooperation between partners from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Germany, Poland, Finland, Sweden, Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.



Publications

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