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Prof Frank Geels gets interviewed by the the European Commission

17 March 2015

The transcript of Frank Geel's interview on 'Overcoming resistance in the transition to sustainability' is now available


Estimating Direct Rebound Effects for Personal Automotive Travel in Great Britain - new paper available now

10 March 2015

New SPRU Working Paper by Lee Stapleton, Steve Sorrell and Tim Schwanen on 'Rebound Effects for Personal Automotive Travel in the UK'


CGPE Newsletter - Second edition

9 October 2014

The second newsletter of the Centre for Global Political Economy has been released.


Sussex Research funds seven new projects

20 May 2014

Sussex Research has made seven awards in the second round of the Research Development Fund.


New report on the impact of shale gas with contributions from Steve Sorrell - now available

1 May 2013

Steve Sorrell, Senior Lecturer and Co-Director at the Sussex Energy Group, is a contributor to a new report on shale gas and energy markets.


Sussex to share in £39m funding for energy efficiency research

13 November 2012

Energy researchers at the University of Sussex have been awarded a share of £39m in funding for research into cutting greenhouse gas emissions.


Research explores hidden benefit of heavy rains in Africa

11 November 2012

Intensive rainfall in East Africa can bring widespread flooding but may be instrumental in replenishing vital groundwater supplies.


University of Sussex Professor appointed to head research at UK Energy Research Centre

12 October 2012

Energy researcher Professor Jim Watson has been appointed to the post of Research Director of the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC).


Shale gas could increase global gas resources by 50%

13 September 2012

Read the new report by a team of energy experts, led by Dr Steve Sorrell, on how Shale gas could impact on global gas resources


Africa research explores the complex influence of changes in climate upon migration

14 March 2012

Governments need to take multiple factors into account if they are to plan for population displacement as a result of drought, new research reveals.


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