The A-Z of excuses for not taking action on the climate
How do people with high levels of energy consumption normalise and justify their lifestyles? Noel Cass ponders climate inaction.
Bottlenecks and barriers to delivering net-zero: Recapping the discussion at the ECR net-zero conference
Embedding public participation, energy justice and energy demand reduction were all discussed at the recent ECR conference, Hussein Mahfouz reports.
CREDS in Conversation – Engaging our international audience through podcasts
Sarah Higginson reflects on our new CREDS in conversation podcast series
Navigating knowledge exchange and research impact as an early career researcher
Llinos Brown reports from an ECR net-zero conference session on understanding knowledge exchange.
Evaluating the energy trilemma in future decarbonised-decentralised electricity systems
Will decarbonized, decentralized and digitalized energy futures create fair futures?
Auditing energy models
How robust are your model findings? Samuele Lo Piano explores CREDS’ energy modelling auditing project.
Setting the ambition for anti-racist energy demand research
How can we apply anti-racist principles to our research?
Cynical hats off, Christmas hats on
It is hard not to despair at the lack of action on climate change, but as it’s December, let’s focus on hope.
Co-benefits of energy demand reduction are much broader than health
Energy demand reduction measures come with a host of co-benefits and should be used to bring forward energy demand policies
On 1.5 degrees C…
Is it too late to reach the 1.5 degree target set out in the Paris Agreement? Colin Nolden finds it hard to remain optimistic…
Make it easy on yourself – use a reporting guideline
When the amount of information reported about a study is just right, readers have a better understanding of how results were reached.
Developing the next phase of energy demand research
Latest developments from the new energy demand centre, outlining the chosen themes and process for selecting researchers.
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