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Make Renovation in Housing a Green Deal Priority (Repost)

Wooden Toy Houses and trees and chart

This is the first blog in the Green New Deal Blog Series, first published on the Transformative Innovation Policy Consortium website, discussing the TIP perspective on the green new deals that are happening worldwide.  The editors of this blog series are Fred

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Parents, preeners, pets and pipes: what motivates heating decisions?

Home heating is essential through any blustery British winter, especially as Covid-19 restrictions confine us to our own living spaces and deepen our appreciation of home comforts. Accounting for 37% of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions, the heating sector also

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SEG energy experts respond to the Prime Minister’s ten point net zero plan

This is a repost of this news article written by Neil Vowles for the Sussex news page. Earlier today, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced his ten-point plan designed to lead the UK towards net zero by 2050. The plan includes

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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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