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Shadows over COP21

While the IPCC’s 5th Assessment Report demonstrates an increased confidence among the world’s climate scientists of the causal relationship between anthropogenic (man made) greenhouse gas emissions and a dangerously warming planet, paradoxically, it will not necessarily be the science that

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PhD project on Policy Mixes for Energy Demand and Innovation

The Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand (CIED) are taking on a new PhD student this year for September 2015 entry:  Policy Mixes for Energy Demand and Innovation  Potential supervisors are Florian Kern and Karoline Rogge.  The PhD is funded by Centre

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Sussex Energy Group’s December Newsletter

The Sussex Energy Group Newsletter December 2014   Foreword by Florian Kern and Gordon MacKerron  Welcome to the last SEG newsletter in 2014. After what was a very busy year, we wish everyone a good Christmas and all the best

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Neoclassical theory promises: a world of sustainable consumption

By Harry Saunders Allow yourself for a moment to picture a time; say 5, 10, 50 generations in the future.  Imagine yourself in a world where everyone is consuming at a level that satisfies them.  People need to work only

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The new Science, Technology and Innovation Strategy for Africa ignores key elements of innovation research

In his recent blog post David Ockwell, Deputy Director of the STEPS Centre, shared his concerns that the new Science, Technology and Innovation Strategy for Africa 2024 does not consider concerns raised by years of innovation research that were recently

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