University of Leeds
Alice Garvey is a Research Assistant in energy demand at the University of Leeds, working within the Sustainability Research Institute. She is supporting the delivery of a variety of collaborative projects within the research team. Alice previously completed a research internship with the UK Energy Research Centre at Leeds. Her research interests are in low carbon transitions and energy systems, as well as climate mitigation and policy. Alice has broad interest and experience in interdisciplinary projects linking the social and environmental sciences, and has previously worked with NGOs. She holds a BA from Durham University, and an MSc in Climate Change and Environmental Policy from the University of Leeds.
- The missed opportunity – ignoring the evidence on energy demand reduction
- Future food footprints: Sowing the seeds for change?
- Energy demand reduction options for meeting national zero-emission targets in the United Kingdom
- Policy options for a net-zero emissions UK steel sector
- Reducing the UK’s food footprint: Demand-side action for more palatable food emissions
- Technology and material efficiency scenarios for net zero emissions in the UK steel sector
- The role of energy demand reduction in achieving net-zero in the UK: Nutrition
- Resource efficiency scenarios for the UK: A technical report
- Towards net zero nutrition: the contribution of demand-side change to mitigating UK food emissions
- Net Zero: why resource efficiency holds the answers
- Science-based targets: On target?
- Industrial decarbonisation policies for a UK net-zero target
- Briefing: Industrial decarbonisation policies for a UK net zero target
- A data strategy to promote the clean growth of UK industries
- Creating a clean steel fund: call for evidence
- Consultation: developing a national food strategy – call for evidence
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