News items for Sussex Energy Group
UKRI appoints duo energy research ‘champions’ from Sussex and Newcastle universities
Academics at the University of Sussex and Newcastle University have been appointed to lead the next phase of energy demand research in the UK.
Business School convenes international policy community to test new tools for action on sustainability
Participants from over 30 countries explore new resources on experimentation for transformative change towards a sustainable and just transition.
The Sustainability Educator Toolkit
A living document designed to support colleagues to embed themes, concepts and practices related to sustainability into our teaching.
Business School researchers introduce new Lab for learning and engagement on transformative innovation
Policy makers, funders and researchers from 35 countries test out new tools, actions and learnings for societal change.
Chief Executive of the UK Climate Change Committee (CCC) to give Sussex Energy Group Keynote in November
Chris Stark will present perspectives from the work of the independent authority on tackling climate change under the UK’s Climate Change Act.
The threat posed to climate change policies by the rise of the populist right
Authoritarian nationalist populists have a systemic tendency to create significant negative effect on climate policies when in government
HEIF fund co-sponsored by SSRP: new projects address critical challenges 'from Covid crisis to net zero'
A set of newly approved projects, funded through HEIF and co-sponsored by the SSRP, address Covid-19 recovery and climate change in an integrated way.
Energy security strategy analysis: Huge missed opportunity not to put energy efficiency at heart of strategy
University of Sussex Business School experts on why the most impactful policies have been overlooked in the British Energy Security Strategy
New research casts doubt on environmental benefits of hybrid working
New study reveals most remote workers in England before the pandemic travelled further each week than office-based workers despite taking fewer trips