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Low carbon energy and national security: why incoherent policy risks delaying energy transition in Europe

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Energy transitions are progressing at increasing speed, stimulated by more ambitious climate policies in Europe and beyond. However, these positive gains are under constant threat from conflict and governance failures, heightened by the global geopolitical and economic importance of energy.

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Make Renovation in Housing a Green Deal Priority (Repost)

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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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Why ‘rebound effects’ may cut energy savings in half

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This blog was originally published by Carbon Brief as a guest post from Dr Paul Brockway and Prof Steve Sorrell. Improving the energy efficiency of everything from the lights in people’s homes to the cars they drive is a key component of

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Introduction to Responsive Organising for Low Emission Societies (ROLES)

What is ROLES? ROLES is exploring how European city-regions can accelerate and intensify decarbonisation, specifically looking at the role of digitalisation of energy infrastructure and focusing on pathways that also create social benefits (such as reducing fuel and transport poverty).

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CREDS update: The energy use impacts of 5G mobile networks

Find out more about our ongoing CREDS project, seeking to understand the emission impacts from the imminent rollout of 5G mobile networks. Whilst 5G is primarily associated with super-fast download speeds, an important part of the purpose of 5G is

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