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Visions and Fantasies of the Sustainable Future – How to Understand Narratives of the Low Carbon Transition

How do we construct narratives of a low carbon future? A new paper co-authored by SEG researchers, Imagining sustainable energy and mobility transitions: Valence, temporality, and radicalism in 38 visions of a low-carbon future, unpacks the rhetoric behind a range

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LANDMARC kicks-off!

This post was contributed by Delft University of Technology to mark the launch of LANDMARC. What is the realistic potential for agriculture, forestry, and other land use sectors to enhance the uptake of CO2 from the atmosphere? This question will

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Lockdown Lifestyle: Does Working from Home Reduce Carbon Emissions?

Up until recently, only an estimated 9% of Americans have teleworked more than once a week. Slow adoption of teleworking has been due to a lack of consensus around its environmental benefits, the perception among workers that not being visible

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Sussex Energy Group Launches Trio of Horizon 2020 Projects

Marquee climate events like COP 26 have been notably sidelined by this year’s dramatic public health emergency. However, research projects across the globe have persisted through the pandemic, continuing to conduct their necessary work tackling decarbonisation targets across the globe.

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Have Yourself a Low Carbon Christmas – 128 Reasons to Embrace the Low Carbon Transition

It’s the season for decorating your tree, wrapping presents in dubiously recyclable paper and heading off to see friends and family. Here at SEG all we really want for Christmas is a low carbon transition, but even as the evidence

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