Our team responded to the Defra call for evidence on a national food strategy, recognising the need to improve sustainability of the food system as well as reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Nick Eyre explores the issues surrounding existing market barriers to energy efficiency in a response to a BEIS cunsultation.
Our response to the impact of tourism and travel on the environment consultation focuses on the importance of travel as a contributor, drawing on evidence and proposing action to encourage more sustainable travel and tourism.
Addressing energy efficiency is an essential step in combating fuel poverty as well as meeting net-zero objectives: CREDS response to the fuel poverty strategy for England consultation.
CREDS researchers, Jan Webb and Mags Tingey, were part of the Heat and the City team responding to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the Energy Efficient Scotland programme.
CREDS response to the BEIS select committee inquiry on financing energy infrastructure.
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