Dr Arunima Malik

Lecturer in Sustainability

Member of Sydney Institute of Agriculture

A28 - Physics Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 5451
Fax +61 2 9351 7726

Biographical details

Arunima Malik is a Lecturer at ISA, School of Physics and the Sydney Business School. She coordinates and teaches a number of postgraduate units for the Masters of Sustainability program. Prior to joining the University of Sydney, Arunima has held a range of administrative, research and teaching positions.

Research interests

Arunima's research interests include full supply-chain sustainability analysis of introducing new industries in an economy, triple bottom line and footprint assessments, and hybrid life cycle assessments. She has analysed the economic, social and environmental impacts of potential biofuel industries in Australia. Additionally, she has quantified the drivers of a change in global energy use, carbon dioxide emissions and nitrogen emissions using input-output based structural decomposition analysis (SDA).

Teaching and supervision

  • PHYS4802 Quantitative Disaster Analysis
  • PHYS5031 Ecological Economics and Sustainability Analysis
  • PHYS5033 Environmental footprinting and Input-Output Analysis
  • PHYS5034 Life Cycle Analysis

Current research students

Project title Research student
MULTI-REGIONAL INPUT-OUTPUT MODELLING AND FOOTPRINT ACCOUNTING FOR INDONESIA Futu FATURAY

In the media

Selected publications

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Edited Books

  • Murray, J., Malik, A., Geschke, A. (2018). The Social Effects of Global Trade - Quantifying Impacts Using Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis. Singapore: Pan Stanford Publishing. [More Information]

Book Chapters

  • Malik, A. (2017). Triple Bottom Line Assessment of Algae Bio-crude Production. In José Carlos Magalhães Pires (Eds.), Microalgae as a source of Bioenergy: Products, Processes and Economics, (pp. 365-374). United Arab Emirates: Bentham Science Publishers. [More Information]
  • Malik, A., Quintal, D. (2016). Norfolk Island. In Wayne Visser (Eds.), The World Guide to Sustainable Enterprise, (pp. 112-117). United States of America: Greenleaf Publishing Limited.
  • Malik, A. (2015). Social Impact Analyses in the Industrial Ecology Virtual Laboratory. In Joy Murray, Darian McBain, Thomas Wiedmann (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Social Analysis and Assessment, (pp. 99-106). Illinois: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Lan, J., Malik, A. (2013). Structural Decomposition Analysis of the Energy Consumption in China and Russia - An Application of the Eora MRIO Database. In Joy Murray and Manfred Lenzen (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioners Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 170-179). Champaign, Illinois, USA: Common Ground Publishing.

Journals

  • Malik, A., Lenzen, M., McAlister, S., McGain, F. (2018). The carbon footprint of Australian health care. The Lancet Planetary Health, 2, e27-e35.
  • Veiga, J., Malik, A., Lenzen, M., Ferreira Filho, J., Romanelli, T. (2018). Triple-bottom-line assessment of Sao Paulo state's sugarcane production based on a Brazilian multi-regional input-output matrix. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 82, 666-680. [More Information]
  • Fry, J., Lenzen, M., Jin, Y., Wakiyama, T., Baynes, T., Wiedmann, T., Malik, A., Chen, G., Wang, Y., Geschke, A., et al (2017). Assessing carbon footprints of cities under limited information. Journal of Cleaner Production, 176, 1254-1270. [More Information]
  • Zhao, N., Xu, L., Malik, A., Song, X., Wang, Y. (2017). Inter-provincial trade driving energy consumption in China. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 134, 329-335. [More Information]
  • Lenzen, M., Geschke, A., Malik, A., Fry, J., Lane, J., Wiedmann, T., Kenway, S., Hoang, K., Cadogan-Cowper, A. (2017). New multi-regional input-output databases for Australia-enabling timely and flexible regional analysis. Economic Systems Research, 29(2), 275-295. [More Information]
  • Xiao, Y., Lenzen, M., Benoit-Norris, C., Norris, G., Murray, J., Malik, A. (2017). The Corruption Footprints of Nations. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 22(1), 68-78. [More Information]
  • Cui, S., Shi, Y., Malik, A., Lenzen, M., Gao, B., Huang, W. (2016). A hybrid method for quantifying China's nitrogen footprint during urbanisation from 1990 to 2009. Environment International, 97, 137-145. [More Information]
  • Lan, J., Malik, A., Lenzen, M., McBain, D., Kanemoto, K. (2016). A structural decomposition analysis of global energy footprints. Applied Energy, 163, 436-451. [More Information]
  • Malik, A. (2016). Reply to Lenzen, 2008, JCLEPRO 16, 2018-2035: Input-output analysis for island economies. Journal of Cleaner Production, 112, 4890-4895. [More Information]
  • Lenzen, M., Malik, A., Foran, B. (2016). Reply to Schandl et al., 2016, JCLEPRO and Hatfield-Dodds et al., 2015, Nature: How challenging is decoupling for Australia?: Reply to: Schandl H., Hatfield-Dodds S., Wiedmann T., Geschke A., Cai Y., West J., Newth D., Baynes T., Lenzen M. and Owen A. (2016). Decoupling global environmental pressure and economic growth: scenarios for energy use, materials use and carbon emissions. Journal of Cleaner Production 132: 45�56; Hatfield-Dodds S., H. Schandl, P.D. Adams, T.M. Baynes, T.S. Brinsmead, B.A. Bryan, F.H. Chiew, P.W. Graham, M. Grundy, and T. Harwood. (2015). Australia is �free to choose� economic growth and falling environmental pressures. Nature 527(7576): 49�53. Journal of Cleaner Production, 139, 796-798. [More Information]
  • Oita, A., Malik, A., Kanemoto, K., Geschke, A., Nishijima, S., Lenzen, M. (2016). Substantial nitrogen pollution embedded in international trade. Nature Geoscience, 9(2), 111-115. [More Information]
  • Malik, A., Lan, J. (2016). The role of outsourcing in driving global carbon emissions. Economic Systems Research, 28(2), 168-182. [More Information]
  • Malik, A., Lan, J., Lenzen, M. (2016). Trends in Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions from 1990 to 2010. Environmental Science and Technology, 50(9), 4722-4730. [More Information]
  • Malik, A., Lenzen, M., Geschke, A. (2016). Triple bottom line study of a lignocellulosic biofuel industry. GCB Bioenergy, 8(1), 96-110. [More Information]
  • Rodríguez-Alloza, A., Malik, A., Lenzen, M., Gallego, J. (2015). Hybrid input-output life-cycle assessment of warm mix asphalt mixtures. Journal of Cleaner Production, 90, 171-182. [More Information]
  • Malik, A., Lenzen, M., Ralph, P., Tamburic, B. (2015). Hybrid life-cycle assessment of algal biofuel production. Bioresource Technology, 184, 436–443-436–443. [More Information]
  • Lenzen, M., Geschke, A., Wiedmann, T., Lane, J., Anderson, N., Baynes, T., Boland, J., Daniels, P., Dey, C., Fry, J., Malik, A., Murray, J., et al (2014). Compiling and using input-output frameworks through collaborative virtual laboratories. Science of the Total Environment, 485-486(1), 241-251. [More Information]
  • Malik, A., Lenzen, M., Ely, R., Dietzenbacher, E. (2014). Simulating the impact of new industries on the economy: The case of biorefining in Australia. Ecological Economics, 107, 84-93. [More Information]

2018

  • Malik, A., Lenzen, M., McAlister, S., McGain, F. (2018). The carbon footprint of Australian health care. The Lancet Planetary Health, 2, e27-e35.
  • Murray, J., Malik, A., Geschke, A. (2018). The Social Effects of Global Trade - Quantifying Impacts Using Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis. Singapore: Pan Stanford Publishing. [More Information]
  • Veiga, J., Malik, A., Lenzen, M., Ferreira Filho, J., Romanelli, T. (2018). Triple-bottom-line assessment of Sao Paulo state's sugarcane production based on a Brazilian multi-regional input-output matrix. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 82, 666-680. [More Information]

2017

  • Fry, J., Lenzen, M., Jin, Y., Wakiyama, T., Baynes, T., Wiedmann, T., Malik, A., Chen, G., Wang, Y., Geschke, A., et al (2017). Assessing carbon footprints of cities under limited information. Journal of Cleaner Production, 176, 1254-1270. [More Information]
  • Zhao, N., Xu, L., Malik, A., Song, X., Wang, Y. (2017). Inter-provincial trade driving energy consumption in China. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 134, 329-335. [More Information]
  • Lenzen, M., Geschke, A., Malik, A., Fry, J., Lane, J., Wiedmann, T., Kenway, S., Hoang, K., Cadogan-Cowper, A. (2017). New multi-regional input-output databases for Australia-enabling timely and flexible regional analysis. Economic Systems Research, 29(2), 275-295. [More Information]
  • Xiao, Y., Lenzen, M., Benoit-Norris, C., Norris, G., Murray, J., Malik, A. (2017). The Corruption Footprints of Nations. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 22(1), 68-78. [More Information]
  • Malik, A. (2017). Triple Bottom Line Assessment of Algae Bio-crude Production. In José Carlos Magalhães Pires (Eds.), Microalgae as a source of Bioenergy: Products, Processes and Economics, (pp. 365-374). United Arab Emirates: Bentham Science Publishers. [More Information]

2016

  • Cui, S., Shi, Y., Malik, A., Lenzen, M., Gao, B., Huang, W. (2016). A hybrid method for quantifying China's nitrogen footprint during urbanisation from 1990 to 2009. Environment International, 97, 137-145. [More Information]
  • Lan, J., Malik, A., Lenzen, M., McBain, D., Kanemoto, K. (2016). A structural decomposition analysis of global energy footprints. Applied Energy, 163, 436-451. [More Information]
  • Malik, A., Quintal, D. (2016). Norfolk Island. In Wayne Visser (Eds.), The World Guide to Sustainable Enterprise, (pp. 112-117). United States of America: Greenleaf Publishing Limited.
  • Malik, A. (2016). Reply to Lenzen, 2008, JCLEPRO 16, 2018-2035: Input-output analysis for island economies. Journal of Cleaner Production, 112, 4890-4895. [More Information]
  • Lenzen, M., Malik, A., Foran, B. (2016). Reply to Schandl et al., 2016, JCLEPRO and Hatfield-Dodds et al., 2015, Nature: How challenging is decoupling for Australia?: Reply to: Schandl H., Hatfield-Dodds S., Wiedmann T., Geschke A., Cai Y., West J., Newth D., Baynes T., Lenzen M. and Owen A. (2016). Decoupling global environmental pressure and economic growth: scenarios for energy use, materials use and carbon emissions. Journal of Cleaner Production 132: 45�56; Hatfield-Dodds S., H. Schandl, P.D. Adams, T.M. Baynes, T.S. Brinsmead, B.A. Bryan, F.H. Chiew, P.W. Graham, M. Grundy, and T. Harwood. (2015). Australia is �free to choose� economic growth and falling environmental pressures. Nature 527(7576): 49�53. Journal of Cleaner Production, 139, 796-798. [More Information]
  • Oita, A., Malik, A., Kanemoto, K., Geschke, A., Nishijima, S., Lenzen, M. (2016). Substantial nitrogen pollution embedded in international trade. Nature Geoscience, 9(2), 111-115. [More Information]
  • Malik, A., Lan, J. (2016). The role of outsourcing in driving global carbon emissions. Economic Systems Research, 28(2), 168-182. [More Information]
  • Malik, A., Lan, J., Lenzen, M. (2016). Trends in Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions from 1990 to 2010. Environmental Science and Technology, 50(9), 4722-4730. [More Information]
  • Malik, A., Lenzen, M., Geschke, A. (2016). Triple bottom line study of a lignocellulosic biofuel industry. GCB Bioenergy, 8(1), 96-110. [More Information]

2015

  • Rodríguez-Alloza, A., Malik, A., Lenzen, M., Gallego, J. (2015). Hybrid input-output life-cycle assessment of warm mix asphalt mixtures. Journal of Cleaner Production, 90, 171-182. [More Information]
  • Malik, A., Lenzen, M., Ralph, P., Tamburic, B. (2015). Hybrid life-cycle assessment of algal biofuel production. Bioresource Technology, 184, 436–443-436–443. [More Information]
  • Malik, A. (2015). Social Impact Analyses in the Industrial Ecology Virtual Laboratory. In Joy Murray, Darian McBain, Thomas Wiedmann (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioner's Guide to Social Analysis and Assessment, (pp. 99-106). Illinois: Common Ground Publishing.

2014

  • Lenzen, M., Geschke, A., Wiedmann, T., Lane, J., Anderson, N., Baynes, T., Boland, J., Daniels, P., Dey, C., Fry, J., Malik, A., Murray, J., et al (2014). Compiling and using input-output frameworks through collaborative virtual laboratories. Science of the Total Environment, 485-486(1), 241-251. [More Information]
  • Malik, A., Lenzen, M., Ely, R., Dietzenbacher, E. (2014). Simulating the impact of new industries on the economy: The case of biorefining in Australia. Ecological Economics, 107, 84-93. [More Information]

2013

  • Lan, J., Malik, A. (2013). Structural Decomposition Analysis of the Energy Consumption in China and Russia - An Application of the Eora MRIO Database. In Joy Murray and Manfred Lenzen (Eds.), The Sustainability Practitioners Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis, (pp. 170-179). Champaign, Illinois, USA: Common Ground Publishing.

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