Make fun of your research
CREDS researcher Michael Fell and UCL colleague Alexandra Schneiders reflect on their experience of developing an energy board game.
Ending the daily work commute may not cut energy usage as much as one might hope
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.
How does energy research have to change during a climate emergency?
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.
Health benefits of policies to reduce carbon emissions
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.
Jacopo’s new book: Appraising the Economics of Smart Meters
CREDS researcher, Jacopo Torriti’s new book is available on 2nd April.
Early Career Researcher Call: Successful projects
Our Flexible Fund, which we use to fill research gaps and develop research capacity, has recently allocated funding to six new projects.
Making our homes net-zero
Tadj Oreszczyn was interviewed by Anthea Turner for the London Live TV show where he discussed the changes we can expect to see in our homes as we head towards net zero carbon emissions.
CREDS funds new £1.26M study to explore decarbonising the steel industry
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.
Weekend two of Climate Assembly UK: CREDS presenters take part in all groups
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.
Influencing the Sixth Carbon Budget: a how to guide
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.
Positive meeting with Minister of State at the Department for Transport
Members of CREDS have attended a meeting with George Freeman MP, Minister of State at the Department for Transport.
Adrian Gault named OBE in New Year Honours list
CREDS Advisory Board member, Adrian Gault, has been awarded an OBE in the New Year Honours list.
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