What role for community in the energy crisis?
Jake Barnes asks, what is the role of community in the current energy crisis?
Behaviour change: in our hands?
Noel Cass reviews the recent House of Lords Environment and Climate Change Committee report which provides concrete recommendations that are far more radical, and therefore realistic, than anything the government seems to be considering.
Blackouts and the common good
Guest blog from Sarah Darby exploring what other countries are doing to reduce demand and whether the UK should reconsider its approach to avoid blackouts.
Connecting daily, weekly and annual activity patterns
The Flexibility team at CREDS have created a video which explores how energy demand is made, and the challenges of demand side interventions.
Riding for the planet (and for a book launch)
As one of the contributors to The Climate Book, Christian Brand will be cycling to London on 30 October to attend The Climate Event – an evening with Greta Thunberg for the global launch of her latest book.
How much does a developed country need to consume to secure a high quality of life?
John Barrett talks about the contribution that he, Jillian Anable, Christian Brand and Alice Garvey made to Greta Thunberg’s new book – The Climate Book, published today.
Feedback on the Amplify Project, our anti-bullying forum
Some common themes emerged from our researchers’ accounts of their experiences of bullying and harassment at work.
Energy injustice and Ethnic Minorities in the United Kingdom
The relationship between energy justice and ethnic minorities is under-explored in UK energy poverty research.
The power of getting real(ist)
Mike Fell explains realist approaches in energy studies, and why they have such powerful potential.
Radical realism: energy policy options for changing times
Our CREDS in Conversation international webinar on ‘realistically radical policy options’ was timely in light of current government energy strategies.
Cost of living crisis and the PBCC
Malcolm Morgan explains recent updates to the Place-Based Carbon Calculator which help to identify the households most in need of support in the energy crisis.
Beyond carbon: Ecosystem service implications of low energy demand pathways
Could integrating ecosystem service frameworks into energy-climate modelling give an edge to low energy demand pathways? Dan Alberga investigates.
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