Staff Profile:Dr Katherine Hyde

Dr Katherine Hyde
Job Title:
Lecturer in Environmental Sustainability
  • Lecturer in Environmental Sustainability, School of Built Environment.
  • School Director of Academic Tutoring 
  • Module convenor for undergraduate sustainability module CE3CS and postgraduate module CM303 Sustainable Design, Construction and Operation as well as teaching contributions for the following modules: CEM 220 Urban Sustainability: Sustainable Urban Water Environments, CEM213 Urban Sustainable Development in Emerging Economies, CEM232 Sustainable Urban Systems: Water Supply and Energy Implications.


  • Postgraduate Certificate of Learning and Teaching in HE, University of Hertfordshire
  • PhD Environmental Risk Assessment, Dept of Civil Eng, University of Manchester
  • MSc Water Resources Technology, Dept of Civil Eng, University of Birmingham
  • BSc (Hons) Applied Science (Resources Science), Kingston University
Areas of Interest:

Sustainable Solutions for Engineering, particularly in Water Efficiency, Green Infrastructure and Anaerobic Digestion for Renewable Energy; Construction Management.

Research groups / Centres:
  • School of the Built Environment, Institute of Sustainable Technology;
  • Walker Institute for Climate Research
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Gaze C, Griggs J and Hyde K, October 2008, in Applying the Code for Sustainable Homes on the BRE Innovation Park, ISBN 978-1-84806-056-2;
Griggs J and Hyde K, March 2007, in Conserving Energy and Water, and Minimising Waste- A Review of Drivers and Impacts on Housebuilding, ISBN 978-1-86081-960-5;
Henningsson S, Hyde K, Smith A and Smith M, 2004. The value of resource efficiency in the food industry: a waste minimisation project in East Anglia, UK. Journal of Cleaner Production, 12, Issue 5, pp 505-512;
Hyde K, Miller L, Smith A and Tolliday J, 2003. Minimising waste in the food and drink sector: using the business club approach to facilitate training and organisational development. Journal of Environmental Management, 67, Issue 4, pp 327-338.

Contact Details

+44 (0) 118 378 8206
150 Chancellor's Building

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