UK society picks up unpaid £110 billion tab from energy industry every year
The true social, environmental and health costs of the UK energy sector is paid for by society at large rather than the industry or its consumers
Consumers will condemn activist brands if they cannot prove moral competency when challenging freedom of speech
A report finds brands that fail to prove their activist leanings fairly risk being labelled ‘conformist’ and ‘fame-seekers’.
Call for Government commitment to close the ethnicity data gap exacerbated by Covid-19
The Evidence for Equality National Survey (EVENS) is calling on the Government to urgently tackle the ethnicity data gap.
Scotland’s pursuit of low carbon future restricted by UK national security objectives
Scotland’s progression to a low carbon future is likely being held back by national security policy from Westminster.
Telling new stories from old
Have you ever wondered what happens to the materials collected for social research projects?
Scientists from University of Sussex part of team chosen for next year’s Festival UK* 2022
Dr David Schwartzman and Professor Anil Seth are part of a interdisciplinary team commissioned to take part in next year’s Festival UK* 2022.
Stingray Bio launched from University of Sussex to find new medicines for breast and other cancers
Leading cancer researchers at the University of Sussex have worked to launch independent spin-out company Stingray Bio.
Greater flexibility should continue beyond Covid for children with SEND
Children with SEND should be given the opportunity to continue with a more flexible approach to education even after pandemic restrictions are lifted.
SSRP researchers define UN actions to bend the curve on biodiversity loss
A new paper identifies eight actions for sustainable food production and consumption to bend the curve on biodiversity loss.