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Podcast gives Syrian farmers a helping hand after years of armed conflict
A podcast series co-produced by Sussex researchers is supporting farmers in northwest Syria and sharing agricultural learnings to improve livelihoods.
New £12m research centre for inclusive trade policy
Sussex academics head up the new Centre for Inclusive Trade Policy, the first of its kind dedicated to trade policy funded by the ESRC.
Business School is finalist in THE Business School of the Year Award 2021
Proud finalist in the Business School of the Year category at the prestigious 17th annual Times Higher Education (THE) Awards 2021
New findings from Sussex sustainability research
From local projects combatting the climate crisis to new communication tools in war-torn Syria. Researchers today at...
Sussex Innovation launches Innovation Masters programme alongside new look and fresh focus on purpose-led business
The £530,000 UK Community Renewal Fund project will deliver innovation coaching to hundreds of East Sussex companies ranging from start-up to scale-up
Sussex Energy Group panel question COP26’s focus on unproven technologies & discuss hopes for local action
In the closing SEG@COP26 panel discussion, Sussex Energy Group researchers discussed their reactions to the outcomes from the COP.
Two new additions for the University of Sussex on the global list of highly-cited researchers
Dr Paula Kivimaa and Prof Karoline Rogge have been named in the 2021 Highly Cited Researchers List for the very first time.
New UKTPO analysis identifies £44 billion in lost trade in the first seven months of the EU-UK trade deal
The new analysis, produced for Channel 4 Dispatches, identified £32.5 billion lost in potential imports to the UK and £11 billion in exports to the EU
Rural communities most exposed to risk of energy and transport poverty, new study finds
Rural residents are most likely to be impacted by the twin pressures of energy poverty and transport poverty simultaneously
COP26 coal phase out agreement is welcome but ignoring steel significantly limits impact
Phasing out thermal coal in the near future is to be celebrated but it is only half the battle, says SPRU academic Valentin Vogl
COP26 deforestation pledge: Agreement is history repeating but could lead to significant progress this time around
University of Sussex experts welcome major global pledge to end and reverse deforestation agreed at the COP26 conference in Glasgow
University of Sussex economist calls on WTO to end harmful subsidies that lead to overfishing
Prof Richard Tol is calling on World Trade Organization (WTO) members to eliminate subsidies that lowers costs or artificially inflate market prices
New report identifies the nine key factors for project success
Dr David Eggleton authors new report for the Association for Project Management into the most important conditions for project success
Business School is 12th in UK for Economics and Business scientific research
The University of Sussex Business School is ranked 12th in the UK for Economics and Business, in the latest published global university rankings.
Decade delay in investing in steel industry technology could double sector’s contribution to global carbon output
The sector's emission commitment could double from current estimates if no action taken over next 5 years to phase out carbon-intensive blast furnaces
University of Sussex academics join campaign urging Boris Johnson to push for critical COP outcomes
Benjamin Sovacool joined fellow climate and ecology scientists, environmentalists and MPs in presenting a letter to the home of the UK Prime Minister
Sussex energy experts respond to UK Government's major net zero policy announcements
Experts within our Science Policy Research Unit analyse new proposals regarding the UK's energy supply and heating within homes
Sustainable Futures for Project Delivery Conference – A ground-breaking event for Project X
Conference by Project X focuses on how to ensure environmental, social and economic sustainability in major government infrastructure projects.
Energy firms' obstruction likely to prevent 75% target cut in methane emissions from materialising
Energy expert Dr Abigail Martin discusses the achievability of a new target to cut majority of methane emissions from fossil fuel operations by 2030