Members of CREDS have attended a meeting with George Freeman MP, Minister of State at the Department for Transport.
One of CREDS Advisory Board members, Adrian Gault, has been awarded an OBE in the New Year Honours list. Adrian is Chief Assurance Officer at the Committee on Climate Change. Nick Eyre, CREDS Director, said: “Everyone at CREDS wishes to congratulate Adrian. He has been hugely supportive of the work of CREDS. This honour is … Continue reading “Adrian Gault named OBE in New Year Honours list”
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.
The guidance document for our Early Career Researchers Funding Call has been updated. Please download the new version.
The Lancet Countdown 2019 report launch will present the latest assessment of the state of health and climate change across the globe. Tadj Oreszczyn is speaking at the London launch on 18 November.
CREDS researchers from UCL recently hosted a briefing, organised by the Edge, that brought together representatives from the main construction industry professional institutions.
CREDS responded to BEIS consultation on its vision for the future of energy retail markets as port of the Future energy market review.
As CREDS celebrates one year since our launch, we announce a new £1.25m challenge project – FAIR. We also unveil, in support of the Shifting the focus report launched in July, a series of short videos with chapter authors and a highlights document, which offers a quick look at the report.
The Commission on Travel Demand Shared Mobility Inquiry report launches today, featuring recommendations to increase vehicle occupancy, reduce individual ownership and enhance multi-modal travel.
Take a look at the report and accompanying graphics.
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