Dr Soo Huey Teh is a Research Associate in the Sustainability Assessment Program in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. She received a PhD scholarship from the Cooperative Research Centre for Low Carbon Living, a collaboration of industry and universities aiming to lower greenhouse gas emissions from the built environment. She has completed several studies on the environmental impacts of construction materials in Australia using hybrid life cycle assessment. Her research interests include: industrial ecology, carbon footprinting, life cycle assessment, environmental input-output analysis, and hybrid life cycle assessment.
Integrated Carbon Metrics (RP2007) - A multi-scale life cycle approach to assessing, mapping and tracking carbon outcomes for the Built Environment. A project by the CRC for Low Carbon Living Ltd.
Integrated Carbon Metrics (RP2007u1) - Tool alignment with the National Carbon Offset Standard for Precincts. A project by the CRC for Low Carbon Living Ltd.
Ph.D. (Environmental Engineering), University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia; 2018
M.Sc. (Renewable Energy Science), University of Iceland, Iceland; 2011
B.Sc. (Global Environmental Science), University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA; 2008