Reflections on CREDS webinar ‘Decarbonising Heat Demand: a Scottish Case Study’ by researcher Daniel Scamman
Building sector emissions hit record high, but low-carbon pandemic recovery can help transform sector – UN report
CREDS researcher Ian Hamilton was lead author on the recent Global Status Report for Buildings and Construction which reported that CO2 emissions increased to 9.95 GtCO2 in 2019 – a record high.
Guest author, Caitlin Robinson, reflects on our webinar ‘Identifying the vulnerable: energy and transport poverty and beyond’ which made the case for greater recognition and understanding of the intersection between energy poverty and transport poverty – termed double energy vulnerability.
A target isn’t action – it is the promise of it. This blog and call for papers asks how carbon targets are interpreted at and across different levels of governance and different policy areas?
CREDS’ response to the Committee on Climate Change’s recommendations for the UK’s sixth carbon budget
We are already confident that the social and technical changes identified in the CCC report can reduce energy use by significantly more than their projections assume.
Despite the positive steps, two key questions remain unanswered: What is the strategy? And where are the people? Nick Eyre responds to the plan.
Reflections on Steph Parker’s webinar: Making government policy: what does a Policy Professional do?
Rare insights into behind-the-scenes processes and protocols reassured guest author Sam Hampton that government policies are well-considered.
There remains too little to convince us that the government has yet understood the need to prioritise reducing energy demand.
Slower not faster planning permission offers opportunities for housing innovation. Guest author Matt Lane discusses in our latest blog.
CREDS researcher, Ian Hamilton, supported work on a report, released last Friday, which looks at the inequalities in health and the health of our planet.
Nick Eyre appointed as Oxford City Council’s first scientific advisor in its efforts to move to net zero.
We are pleased to share details of four webinars we are hosting over the coming months.
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