Resources and Environment

Resources and Environment focuses on introducing the current situation of resources and environment to make the broad masses of the people know the meaning and value of sustainable development as a kind of public academic journal. The current policies and related management measures designed for sustainable development will be mentioned in this journal.

Christine Lloyd

Editorial Board Member of Resources and Environment

Lecturer, Birmingham City University, UK

Research Areas

Bio-Energy Supply Chains and Logistics, Renewable Energy Systems


Ph.DAston Business School
M.ScLean and Agile Manufacturing, University of Wales


2007-2008 Development Officer, School of Bio Sciences, Swansea University
2005-2007Research Fellow, Centre for Research in Economic Development, University Of Central Lancashire
2004Research Officer, School of Management, University of Bath
2001-2003Research Associate, Lean Enterprise Research Centre, Cardiff Business School
2000Research Assistant, Business School, Swansea University
1998-1999Project Officer, Business School, Swansea University
1986-1997Lecturer, Coleg Sir Gar


Member of the local CILT Birmingham and Coventry Group
Member of the Logistics Research Network CILT

Publications: Conferences/Workshops/Symposiums/Journals/Books

[1]  Lloyd, C. & Thomas, R. (2008). 'How green is the green supply chain?' Supply Chain Innovations: People, Practice and Performance. Logistics Research Network Annual Conference, 10-12 September 2008, University of Liverpool, UK. ISBN 978-1-904564-23-2.
[2]  Lloyd, C. (2006) 'Use of Decision Theory in the Role of Public Sector Support of Innovation amongst Small and Medium Enterprises'. Building International Communitied Through Collaboration. British Academy of Management Annual Conference 12-14 September, Belfast. ISBN 0-9549608-2-3.
[3]  Lloyd, C. (2006) 'Application of business support to assist supply chain development and distribution in a peripheral rural region: Findings from the Distinctly Cumbrian Programme' Sustainable Logistics in an Intermodal Setting. Logistics Research Network Annual Conference 2006, 6-8 September 2006, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne. ISBN 1-904565-17-8.
[4]  Lloyd, C. The Supply Chain Network: A virtual resource? Supply Chain Knowledge 2003 Virtual conference School of Management University of Cranfield 17-28 November 2003.
[5]  Lloyd, C. The impact of public sector business development policies in their role to develop entrepreneurship and innovation in small to medium enterprises. Challenging the Frontiers in Global Business and Technology: Implementation of Changes in Values, Strategy and Policy, Global Business and Technology Association (GBATA). Budapest Hungary 6-12 July (2003) ISBN 0-9657171-5-1.
[6]  Lloyd, C. Planning the diffusion of innovation amongst SMEs in the South Wales region. Stimulating Manufacturing Excellence in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, The Sixth International SMESME Conference. Athens Greece 1-4 June (2003) ISBN 960-877716-0-9.
[7]  Lloyd, C. EPSRC Supply Chain Network and WDA Accelerate Wales Programme. LogNet 6th Workshop New Technologies for Logistics Education, Chances and Challenges for Logistics Education. University of Magdeburg, Germany (2001) ISSN 1436-9109.
[8]  Jones, C. (, (2000); 'No tears in 1st tier automotive supply', a paper presented at the Institute of Operational Management Conference at the University of Wales Swansea, September 2000.
[9]  Lloyd, C. & Jones, C. (2001); 'The level of innovation amongst small to medium enterprises (SMEs) in South Wales-presentation of research findings'; in Institute of Electrical Engineering Journal, (March).
[10]  Leech, D & Lloyd, C.E. (2000); 'Inward investment versus indigenous industry', in Institute of Electrical Engineering Journal (March).