‘Pandemic makes alignment between poverty and climate crisis all the more crucial’

The APPG is calling for more alignment between the SDGs and climate agendas after COVID-19 heavily stalled global progress

‘Oil and gas industry will stop 75% cut in methane emissions from happening’

There is a new suggestion that the resistance of oil and gas firms to reveal their methane output will prevent the reduction needed to tackle climate change

‘Relying on large-scale nuclear for base supply is a bit problematic’

Marie Claire Brisbois, Lecturer in Energy Policy at the University of Sussex spoke to ELN about the Prime Minister’s commitment to green the UK’s grid by 2035 and the concerns it raises

Sussex Uni partners with GWEC to support global wind sector development

They will share knowledge, undertake research on crucial topics and bring together the next generation to support the green energy transition

‘Environmentally-friendly stocks offer better returns than polluting ones’

New research suggests there is a 30% lower chance of risk when investing in companies that fare better for the environment

University of Sussex pledges to reach net zero by 2035

The university has also committed to recycling 50% of its waste by 2025

‘Renewable energy means economic growth’

New research claims that the more countries invest in renewable energy, the higher their economic growth

An army of heat pump influencers is vital to UK’s net zero goals

Heat pump users who share their experiences could accelerate the country’s heating transition, a new study finds

New £1.25m research to help deliver ‘fair and just’ net zero transition

The study will explore the causes and links between fuel and transport poverty and draw up recommendations designed to limit their impacts in the low carbon transition

Europe’s land ‘could hold enough wind turbines to power world until 2050’

Researchers have identified every potentially feasible location of onshore wind energy in the region