Projects from the 2019 Call were selected at a decision-making panel in March 2020. We’re delighted to announce the successful projects!
CREDS welcomes the interim briefing from the Citizens’ Assembly UK – “Covid-19, recovery and the path to net zero”.
A new study highlights the most effective ways to cut our carbon footprint, results that will help inform government decisions as it plans recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
Electrically-assisted bikes (e-bikes) could slash carbon dioxide emissions from transport, and offer workers a safe and sustainable route back to the office and factory.
A mass move to working-from-home accelerated by the Coronavirus pandemic might not be as beneficial to the planet as many hope, according to a new study.
In the UK, the Government is now committed to net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. To reach such a target, everything will have to change – and this includes how we do energy research. Yet, so far, we are doing research as usual.
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.
CREDS researcher, Jacopo Torriti’s new book is available on 2nd April.
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