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Wildlife trafficking risks future pandemics and needs tackling – new research
Illegal wildlife trafficking risks triggering future global pandemics and loss of biodiversity and needs to be tackled, finds new research.
Heating only one room key to lowering home working emissions – new research
People who work from home and heat more than one room will prompt significantly higher carbon emissions than those who work in an office.
Transforming our region through a South Coast sustainability research system
Join SSRP researchers working on sustainable land use systems to coordinate wider regional action and help the South Coast become more sustainable
The Business School opens a Transformative Research and Investment Base at the University of Pretoria
The Business School opens a new Transformative Innovation Africa Hub at the University of Pretoria’s Future Africa campus as part of Africa Week
Two Business School postgraduate students win PRME Responsible Business and Management Student Writing Competition
Two postgraduate Business School students have won top prizes in the PRME Responsible Business and Management Student Writing Competition 2023.
University of Sussex announces Pitch for the Planet winners 2023
Winners announced: eco-shields for seawalls, campus re-fill stations & the development of hair trimmings to be used as an alternative to polystyrene.
Business School names Prsnt Ltd as New Business of the Year at Gatwick Diamond Business Awards
The Business School was delighted to present the New Business of the Year Award to Prsnt Ltd at The Gatwick Diamond Business Awards 2023.
New round of SSRP projects will help tackle global and local sustainability challenges
The Sussex Sustainability Research Programme (SSRP) is pleased to award five cutting-edge projects to advance research with impact and the SDGs
University of Sussex Business School holds Global Fair in celebration of One World Week
Earlier this month the Business School hosted its annual Global Fair, celebrating the diverse and unique cultures within our university.
UK businesses facing increased costs and supply chain issues in post-Brexit system – new from UKTPO
The post-Brexit Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) poses significant difficulties and disadvantages for many businesses.
New Policy Brief demands action on food security, capacity and peace-building in Syria
The briefing lists ten key actions targeted at those working on post-conflict reconstruction, twelve years after the start of the Syrian conflict
Is the UK a world leader in science?
The UK is often portrayed as a world leader in research, but a new discussion piece by the School's Professor Paul Nightingale and UCL's Dr James W....
Business School launches new policy learning platform for sustainability goals
Transformative Innovation Policy Consortium, coordinated out of SPRU, unveils new Resource Lab with interactive tools for policy makers
ESRC Centre for Inclusive Trade Policy hails success of inaugural UK Trade Policy Forum
Over 150 leading trade-policy actors joined the Forum to discuss all things trade and trade policy
The World Reimagined globe comes to Sussex as part of UK touring sculpture trail
A unique globe featured as part of the travelling UK-wide sculpture trail The World Reimagined is on display on campus, by local artist Serena Sussex.
Outstanding postgraduate Business School students recognised at annual prize giving dinner.
The Business School’s annual prize winners’ celebratory dinner for students took place last week at the University of Sussex.
Public back bolder policies to reduce fuel and transport poverty
Study finds there is wide public support for more ambitious UK policies to tackle fuel and transport poverty
Digit researchers publish briefings in collaboration with international policy organisations
The International Organisation of Employers and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung both publish new briefings from Digit researchers
Investors who make decisions with others are half as likely to bet on falling stock prices – new research
University of Sussex study finds that consulting others reduces financial overconfidence and improves the quality of investment decisions