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.
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.
How to influence the Sixth Carbon Budget – our how to guide will help you through the process in time for the closing date of 5 February.
Members of CREDS have attended a meeting with George Freeman MP, Minister of State at the Department for Transport.
CREDS is delighted to have five representatives announced as members of the advisory and academic panels for the UK’s first nationwide citizens’ assembly on climate change.
CREDS researcher, Dr Ian Hamilton, has supported the GABC as the coordinating lead author of the Global Status Report for Buildings and Construction 2019.
CREDS buildings & energy theme co-investigator, Gesche Huebner, has produced a special collection of papers for Nature Scientific Data on occupant behaviour in buildings.
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