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Dr. Shannon Lloyd

Assistant Professor, Management


Dr. Shannon Lloyd
Office: S-MB 14367 
John Molson Building,
1450 Guy
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2358
Email: shannon.lloyd@concordia.ca
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Shannon Lloyd is an assistant professor of management in the John Molson School of Business, an associate member of industrial engineering in the Gina Cody School of Engineering, and a research associate of the Loyola Sustainability Research Centre. She is an industrial systems scholar whose research focuses on the environmental impacts of current and emerging industrial systems. Before joining Concordia University, she was the Senior Director of Sustainability at R&D consultancy CTC, where she worked with public and private sector clients to advance sustainability. Professor Lloyd’s research aims to answer two questions: 

  • How can we better use environmental and social impact assessment to inform the development of sustainable technologies and industrial systems?
  • Which sustainability practices improve organizational performance and advance absolute sustainability?

Education

  • Ph.D. in Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
  • M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
  • B.S. in General Engineering (Systems Engineering and Design), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Areas of Expertise

  • Life Cycle Assessment
  • Supply Chain Sustainability
  • Corporate Sustainability
  • Measuring Sustainability Performance


Learn more about Professor Lloyd's research group

Listen to a podcast on interdisciplinary research

Watch a roundtable discussion on green aviation

Watch a panel session (with graduate students Elahe Fakoor, Zeynab Yousefzadeh, and Debdeep Chatterjee) on applications of life cycle assessment


Watch postdoc Anders Bjørn present a study on methods for setting science based targets


Publications

Articles under Review

Salihua, A.L., Lloyd, S.M., & Akgunduza, A. A simulation approach for estimating taxi time, carbon dioxide emissions, and cost of electric aircraft taxiing.

Journal Articles

Rad, M.R., Ngaokere, K., Lloyd, S.M., & McDonald, A. (2021). Techno-Economic Assessment of Multi-Layered Coating-Based Resistive Heating Systems and Conventional Heat Tracing Cables for Industry Pipes. Journal of Thermal Spray Technology. , 

Bjørn, A., Lloyd, S., & Matthews, D. (2021). From the Paris Agreement to corporate climate commitments: Evaluation of seven methods for setting “science-based” emission targets.
Environmental Research Letters, 16, 054019.

Lloyd, S.M., Schmitt, K.A., Rotteveel, N.M., Schwartz, T.B., & Stanley, C. (2015). Impact of Consumption and Cost Forecasting on United States Defense Fuel BudgetingPublic Budgeting and Finance, 35(1) 116–140.

Lloyd, S.M. & Schmitt K.A. (2015). Survey of Approaches for Including the Impact of Technology on Society in Canadian Engineering Undergraduate Curricula. International Journal of Engineering Education, 30(4) 977–991.

Scanlon, K.A., Lloyd, S.M. Gray, G.M., Francis, R.A., & LaPuma, P. (2015). An approach to integrating occupational safety and health into life cycle assessment. 
Journal of Industrial Ecology, 19(1) 27–37.

Scanlon, K.A.,  Gray, G.M., Francis, R.A., Lloyd, S.M., & LaPuma, P. (2013). The work environment disability adjusted life year for use with life cycle assessment: a methodological approach
Environmental Health, 12(21).

Thabrew, L., Lloyd, S.M., Cypcar, C.C, Hamilton, J.D., & Ries, R. (2008) Life Cycle Assessment of Water-based Acrylic Floor Finish Maintenance Programs. 
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 13(1) 65-74.

R Clift and S Lloyd (2008) Nanotechnology: A New Organism in the Industrial Ecosystem? Journal of Industrial Ecology, 12(3) 259-262.

Lloyd, S.M. & Ries, R. (2007) Characterizing, Propagating, and Analyzing Uncertainty in Life-Cycle Assessment: A Survey of Quantitative Approaches. 
Journal of Industrial Ecology, 11(1) 161-179.

Lloyd, S.M., Lave, L.B., & Matthews, H.S. (2005). Life Cycle Benefits of Using Nanotechnology to Stabilize PGM Particles in Automotive Catalysts. 
Environmental Science & Technology, 39(5) 1384-1392.

Lloyd S.M. & Lave, L.B. (2003) Life Cycle Economic and Environmental Implications of Using Nanocomposites in Automobiles. Environmental Science & Technology, 37(15) 3458-3466.

Thurston, D.L, Lloyd, S.M., & Wallace, J. (1994) Considering customer preferences for environmental protection in material selection. 
Materials & Design, 15(4) 203-209.

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