Liverpool Skylilne

Natural Sciences and Psychology

Dr John Morrissey

Dr John Morrissey

Telephone: 0151 231 2175

Biography

John was awarded his PhD from the University of Limerick, Ireland in 2006 on the topic ‘Sustainability and Settlement Patterns’. John has expertise in both quantitative and qualitative methods of sustainability assessment, particularly focused on problems of sustainability in complex systems. Much of his work to date has focused on addressing urban sustainability; including sustainable cities, sustainability and the urban form and energy and carbon management. He has worked in RMIT University in Australia, the University of Otago in New Zealand, as well as University College Cork in Ireland before taking up his role as Lecturer in Environmental Geography at LJMU.

Degrees

2006, University of Limerick, Ireland, PhD
2001, University of Limerick, Ireland, BSc. Environmental Science

Publications

Highlighted publications

Morrissey J, Dunphy N, MacSweeney R. 2014. Energy efficiency in commercial buildings: capturing added-value of retrofit Tim Dixon, Professor Susan Bright a P. Journal of Property Investment & Finance, 32 :396-414 >DOI

Moore T, Horne R, Morrissey J. 2014. Zero emission housing: Policy development in Australia and comparisons with the EU, UK, USA and California Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 11 :25-45 >DOI

Mattingly K, Morrissey J. 2014. Housing and transport expenditure: Socio-spatial indicators of affordability in Auckland CITIES, 38 :69-83 >DOI >Link

Morrissey JE, Mirosa M, Abbott M. 2014. Identifying Transition Capacity for Agri-food Regimes: Application of the Multi-level Perspective for Strategic Mapping JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY & PLANNING, 16 :281-301 >DOI >Link

Morrissey J, Moore T, Horne RE. 2011. Affordable passive solar design in a temperate climate: An experiment in residential building orientation RENEWABLE ENERGY, 36 :568-577 >DOI >Link

Morrissey J, Horne RE. 2011. Life cycle cost implications of energy efficiency measures in new residential buildings ENERGY AND BUILDINGS, 43 :915-924 >DOI >Link

O'Regan B, Morrissey J, Foley W, Moles R. 2009. The relationship between settlement population size and sustainable development measured by two sustainability metrics ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT REVIEW, 29 :169-178 >DOI >Link

Chapters

Morrissey JE, Dunphy NP. 2016. Towards sustainable agri-food systems: The role of integrated sustainability and value assessment across the supply-chain Agri-Food Supply Chain Management: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice :424-443 9781522516309 >DOI

Dunphy NP, Morrissey JE. 2015. Optimization of construction supply chains for greenhouse gas reduction Optimization of Supply Chain Management in Contemporary Organizations :280-310 9781466682306 >DOI

Morrissey J, Horne R, Kellett J. 2012. Urban locational efficiency: Long term energy and affordability implications of residential location decisions Energy Efficiency: Methods, Limitations and Challenges :119-134 9781620818176

Morrissey J, Carre A, Boland J. 2012. Development of an environmental sustainability model for new residential development in South Australia: An ecological footprint approach Household Energy: Economics, Consumption and Efficiency :143-166 9781614705031

Morrissey JE, Moloney S, Moore T. Strategic Spatial Planning and Urban Transition: Revaluing Planning and locating Sustainability Trajectories Moore T, de Haan F, Horne R, Gleeson B. Urban Sustainability Transitions: Australian Cases – International Perspectives Springer

Journal Articles

Boo E, Dallamaggiore E, Dunphy N, Morrissey J. 2016. How innovative business models can boost the energy efficient buildings market International Journal for Housing Science and Its Applications, 40 :73-83

Dunphy N, Boo E, Dallamaggiore E, Morrissey J. 2016. Developing a sustainable housing marketplace: New business models to optimize value generation from retrofit International Journal for Housing Science and Its Applications, 40 :211-221

Dunphy N, Boo E, Dallamaggiore E, Morrissey J. 2016. Developing a sustainable housing marketplace: New business models to optimize value generation from retrofit International Journal for Housing Science and Its Applications, 40 :211-221

Morrissey JE, Dunphy NP. 2015. Towards sustainable agri-food systems: The role of integrated sustainability and value assessment across the supply-chain International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development, 6 :41-58 >DOI

Morrissey J, Dunphy N, MacSweeney R. 2014. Energy efficiency in commercial buildings: capturing added-value of retrofit Tim Dixon, Professor Susan Bright a P. Journal of Property Investment & Finance, 32 :396-414 >DOI

Hakkaart A, Morrissey JE. 2014. Policy challenges for transit-oriented development Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Urban Design and Planning, 167 :175-184 >DOI

Faherty TR, Morrissey JE. 2014. Challenges to active transport in a car-dependent urban environment: a case study of Auckland, New Zealand International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 11 :2369-2386 >DOI

Moore T, Horne R, Morrissey J. 2014. Zero emission housing: Policy development in Australia and comparisons with the EU, UK, USA and California Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 11 :25-45 >DOI

Moore T, Morrissey J. 2014. Lifecycle costing sensitivities for zero energy housing in Melbourne, Australia ENERGY AND BUILDINGS, 79 :1-11 >DOI >Link

Mattingly K, Morrissey J. 2014. Housing and transport expenditure: Socio-spatial indicators of affordability in Auckland CITIES, 38 :69-83 >DOI >Link

Morrissey JE, Mirosa M, Abbott M. 2014. Identifying Transition Capacity for Agri-food Regimes: Application of the Multi-level Perspective for Strategic Mapping JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY & PLANNING, 16 :281-301 >DOI >Link

Morrissey J, Meyrick B, Sivaraman D, Horne RE, Berry M. 2013. Cost-benefit assessment of energy efficiency investments: Accounting for future resources, savings and risks in the Australian residential sector ENERGY POLICY, 54 :148-159 >DOI >Link

Morrissey J, Iyer-Raniga U, McLaughlin P, Mills A. 2013. Sustainable planning and design of large-scale metropolitan development projects International Journal of Sustainable Development, 16 :190-203 >DOI

Clune S, Morrissey J, Moore T. 2012. Size matters: House size and thermal efficiency as policy strategies to reduce net emissions of new developments ENERGY POLICY, 48 :657-667 >DOI >Link

Morrissey J, Iyer-Raniga U, McLaughlin P, Mills A. 2012. A Strategic Project Appraisal framework for ecologically sustainable urban infrastructure ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT REVIEW, 33 :55-65 >DOI >Link

Morrissey J, Moore T, Horne RE. 2011. Affordable passive solar design in a temperate climate: An experiment in residential building orientation RENEWABLE ENERGY, 36 :568-577 >DOI >Link

Morrissey J, Horne RE. 2011. Life cycle cost implications of energy efficiency measures in new residential buildings ENERGY AND BUILDINGS, 43 :915-924 >DOI >Link

O'Regan B, Morrissey J, Foley W, Moles R. 2009. The relationship between settlement population size and sustainable development measured by two sustainability metrics ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT REVIEW, 29 :169-178 >DOI >Link

Moles R, Foley W, Morrissey J, O'Regan B. 2008. Practical appraisal of sustainable development-Methodologies for sustainability measurement at settlement level ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT REVIEW, 28 :144-165 >DOI >Link

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Kellett J, Morrissey J, Karuppannan S. 2012. The impact of location on housing affordability 6th Australasian Housing Researchers' Conference, AHRC 2012,

Moore T, Morrissey J. 2010. Affordable zero emission housing: Through life cost-benefit analysis to identify policy pathways for residential new-build in Melbourne, Australia 5th Australasian Housing Researchers' Conference,

Hillman J, Axon S, Morrissey J. Social Enterprise as an Engine for Sustainability Transition 22nd International Sustainable Development Research Society Conference

Hillman J, Axon S, Morrissey J. Social enterprise as an engine for sustainability transition 22nd International Sustainable Development Research Society Conference, School of Science and Technology, Universidade Nova de Lisboa,

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

Title of presentation: Coastal sustainability transitions and challenges for the low-carbon agenda: The case of Liverpool, UK, Conference title: Sustainability Transitions in the Coastal Zone, Place/location of conference: Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, US, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Coastal sustainability transitions and challenges for the low-carbon agenda: The case of Liverpool, UK, Conference title: Sustainability Transitions in the Coastal Zone, Place/location of conference: New Haven, US, Presentation type: Oral presentation