CREDS in Celebration – a taster to whet your appetite
Jon Saltmarsh from our Advisory Board highlights his main takeaways from the CREDS in Celebration showcase.
Evaluating the impact of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) research
We’ve examined CREDS EDI data to build a body of information against which future benchmarking comparisons can be drawn.
Connecting energy researchers with policymakers
CREDS co-hosted an event with ClimateXChange that helped increase the impact of energy demand research by bridging it with policy.
Time for a digital spring clean?
Every file you keep, every message you send and receive uses energy. Join us on Digital Cleanup Day, 18 March and reduce your digital trash.
Richest people in UK ‘use more energy flying’ than poorest do overall
Review from Carbon Brief on a new research paper exploring the relationship between household energy footprint and well-being in the UK.
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
CREDS in conversation
Our podcast series highlights our work with international researchers, in price elasticity, policy and digitalisation.
Podcast: Price elasticity of energy demand
Our flexibility podcast explores the concept of price elasticity in energy demand and its importance for energy pricing and energy infrastructure planning.
Podcast: Realistically radical policy options
How we can equitably and quickly distribute the world’s limited and fast-shrinking global carbon budget? Find out in our podcast.
Podcast: Digitalisation for people and the planet
Our podcast explores how pathways for digitalisation in energy and mobility could be directed towards reducing energy demand and enhancing social justice.
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