To end King Coal’s reign, must his loyal subjects get paid? Compensating phase-out losers for a just transition
Governments should be prepared to pay billions of pounds to operators of coal-fired power plants in agreements to shut down their plants early.
Our Sussex Grad at Home celebrations took place this week across social media and our website, with a range of videos and special messages.
In his four years at Sussex, self-confessed class clown Ebenezer Egunlae learnt how to take on more responsibility without losing his sense of fun.
Graduation 2020: “I will always attribute my growth in confidence to the faculty in the School of English”
Graduating with a First Class BA Hons in English Literature, Eleshea Williams has already landed a job to help advocate for educational change.
Home schooling provided social work graduate Rosy Guroo with a strong work ethic but also self-doubt about her educational development.
Caroline Lehany, Head of Graduation and Corporate Events, reflects on what has been a week of celebration.
Graduation 2020: the mixture of South Downs, the beach and the Lanes means there’s lots of explore at Sussex
Jade Samways has graduated with a first class degree in Psychology. She tells us why she loves Sussex and how her supervisor inspired her.
Shaznay Martin graduates this summer and hopes to own a production company focusing on black and brown women, and LGBT representation.
Having come to terms with her anxiety at university, Amy Knight now uses her experiences to be a strong advocate for mental wellbeing provision.
Sussex professor to oversee global scientific assessment for Cambridge University Press's new Sustainability Series
Cambridge Sustainability Commissions is a new series of scientific assessments on sustainable behaviour change.