Scotland GEMM Center

The University of Strathclyde is establishing a new program to monitor the Scottish water economy - its availability, quality and usage.

University of Strathclyde

Scott McGrane
Chancellor’s Fellow, Society & Policy
University of Strathclyde


Hydroeconomic Vulnerability

An input-output analysis of water consumption within economic sectors using environmentally extended tables.

Fraser of Allander Institute

The FAI was founded in 1975 with the aim of establishing a dedicated economics research institute focused on the Scottish economy. Since then, hundreds of students and researchers have helped the institute make an outstanding contribution to public life in Scotland and further afield.

Strathclyde Centre for Doctoral Training in Global Environmental Monitoring and Policy

A centre for doctoral training linked to the GEMM network, looking at critical issues around environmental measurement, environmental change and policy around the natural landscapes and the effects of climate change across physical process and socioeconomic dynamics.