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Financing Innovation in Renewable Energy

Global new investment in green energy technologies hit $329 billion in 2015 say Bloomberg New Energy Finance. That’s a good thing right? Well, not necessarily. Knowledge is always partial, and despite impressive breadth of data gathering, some fundamentals remain unclear. That’s where Mariana Mazzucato and

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Was COP21 a failure or a success?

On her return from the COP21 climate change conference, Sandra Pointel considered the hefty debate over whether the Paris Agreement is a success or a failure. The polarisation between bad and good views of the deal is no surprise to

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A slip of the tongue – the language of climate science

A blog post by Nick Gallie on the language of climate science following the Tyndall Assembly 2015 Hopes for a legally binding “hard” international agreement amongst nations attending the 21st COP in Paris in December are fading. A more likely

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Reflections on the IST2015 conference at SPRU

Steps towards an engaged and reflexive community: looking back at PhD-led activities at the International Sustainability Transitions conference By Jonas Torrens & Gijs Diercks During the last week SPRU hosted the 6th International Sustainability Transitions conference with a program packed with

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CIED contributes to conference session on energy and consumer behaviour in Brazil

By Mari Martiskainen I was recently invited to give a talk at the Citenel Seenel conference hosted by the Brazilian Power Regulatory Agency (ANEEL) on 17-19th August in Sauipe, Bahia. The biannual Innovation and Energy Efficiency Seminar (VIII Citenel and

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