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Professor Goretty Dias has a background in natural sciences and engineering. Recently, her work has focused on sustainability and life cycle assessment (LCA) of dietary patterns, Canadian agriculture products, and bioenergy. Her research interests lie in the use of LCA and other sustainability assessment tools to analyze various agricultural and biobased product systems in order to create more sustainable agriculture and food systems.
- ENBUS 622: Product Life Cycle Assessment and Management
- ENBUS 402 (A&B): Environment and Business Project
- ENBUS 307/SUSM 675: Industrial Ecology: Life Cycle Assessment and Management in Business
- Obnamia JA, Dias GM, MacLean HL, Saville BA. Comparison of U.S. Midwest corn stover ethanol greenhouse gas emissions from GREET and GHGenius. 2019. Applied Energy. 235: 591-601.
- Krishna B. KC, Dias GM, Weersink A, Veeramani A, Swanton CJ, Fraser D, Steinke D, Lee E, Sargeant J, Farber J, Dunfield K, McCann K, Madhur A, Campbell M, Rooney N, Raine NE, Van Acker R, Hanner R, Pascoal S, Sharif S, Benton T, Wittman H, Fraser EDG. 2018. When too much isn’t enough: Does current food production meet global nutritional needs? PLOS ONE, October 23, 2018,
- Ayer NW, Dias G. Supplying renewable energy for Canadian cement production: Life cycle assessment of bioenergy from forest harvest residues using mobile fast pyrolysis units (2018) Journal of Cleaner Production, 175, pp. 237-250.
- Dias GM, Ayer N, Kariyapperuma K, Thevathasan N, Gordon A, Sidders D, Johannesson G. 2017. Life Cycle Assessment of Thermal Energy Production from Short-Rotation Willow Biomass in Southern Ontario, Canada. Applied Energy. 24, 15 October 2017, 343-352
- Veeramani A, Dias GM, Kirkpatrick S. Carbon footprint of dietary patterns in Ontario, Canada: A case study based on actual food consumption. Journal of Cleaner Production · June 2017.
Urrutia-Schroeder I, Dias GM, Clapp J. 2019. Material and visceral engagements with Household Food Waste: Towards Opportunities for Policy Interventions. Under review in Resources, Conservation, and Recycling, 150: 104435 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921344919303301
Kirkpatrick SI, Vanderlee L, Dias GM, Hanning RM. 2019. Can dietary guidelines support the transformation of food systems to foster human and planetary health? UNSCN Nutrition issue “Food environments: Where people meet the food system.” 44:122-128.
- PhD - Atmospheric Science, University of Guelph
- BSc - Physical Geography, University of Guelph