Mirjam Röder is a Research Fellow at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at The University of Manchester. Her research interests focus on climate change, bioenergy and related sustainability aspects, bioenergy in the context of global challenges and development, temporal, sectoral and spatial aspects of GHG emissions and carbon balances of forest bioenergy systems, and implications of land use for different corps and purposes. Mirjam's current research project include: Supergen Bioenergy Hub (EPSRC), Feasibility of Afforestation and Biomass energy with carbon capture storage for Greenhouse Gas Removal - FAB GGR (NERC), Rice straw to biogas - R2B (Innovate UK).
By training Mirjam Röder is an agricultural engineer with a focus on SSA countries, rural development and gender studies. She has many years’ experience in bioenergy research, environmental assessment, climate change and socio-economic assessment, with a strong quantitative and qualitative methodological background, incorporating whole systems analysis, life cycle assessment, emission accounting, environmental and sustainability assessment, stakeholder engagement, interviews and focus groups.