Looking for activities to (virtually) get together and discuss low-carbon energy futures? There’s now a game for that.
CREDS researcher Ian Hamilton, along with colleagues, recently had their work on Climate Change and Health impacts for the UK published in the BMJ medical journal.
We spend most of our lives inside buildings, and the energy we use to light, heat and cool them is responsible for a third of UK CO2 emissions.
Part one of our blog series called ‘The secret life of boilers’ by George Bennett examines how your boiler misbehaves.
CREDS researcher, Jacopo Torriti’s new book is available on 2nd April.
CREDS researcher, Malcolm Morgan, explores building tools to make transport research cheaper and easier.
Scientists at the Universities of Leeds and Sheffield have secured £1.26M funding from CREDS to investigate ways the UK steel industry can be decarbonised within 30 years.
The second weekend of the Climate Assembly UK saw CREDS presenters in panels covering all three groups. Nick Eyre, Jillian Anable and John Barrett were all presenters.
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