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Marta Baltruszewicz

Postgraduate Researcher, School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds

My research intends to measure and analyse energy footprints at the household level, for the purpose of understanding the energy service dependency of human need satisfaction in selected countries. This endeavour goes beyond past studies of household footprint measurements in several key ways. First, it will connect energy footprints, not just with consumption patterns or income/expenditure levels, but with well-being. Second, it aims to map energy use to broader energy services (the ultimate purpose of energy consumption). Third, it will do so for six countries.

Research interests

Multiregional Input Output, households' energy footprint, energy services, human wellbeing.
Living well within limits - at the household level
Leverhulme Research Leadership Grant


  • –present
    PhD candidate, University of Leeds


  • 2014 
    Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Msc. Industrial Ecology