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  1. Professor Neil Strachan on Sky News about the climate protests,…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/2019/oct/professor-neil-strachan-sky-news-about-climate-protests-monday-7-october-2019

    9 Oct 2019: Professor Neil Strachan on Sky News about the climate protests, Monday 7 October 2019. 9 October 2019. UCL Energy Institute's Director Professor Neil Strachan was on Sky News earlier this week to comment on the current wave of climate protests:.

  2. Blog: Co-developing policy advice for advancing energy efficiency in…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/2019/oct/blog-co-developing-policy-advice-advancing-energy-efficiency-myanmar

    9 Oct 2019: A blog by Jennifer Cronin and Dr Gabrial Anandarajah from the UCL Energy Institute

    A blog by Jennifer Cronin and Dr Gabrial Anandarajah from the UCL Energy Institute

  3. UCL Energy Shipping's contributions to the UN Climate Action Summit…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/2019/sep/ucl-energy-shippings-contributions-un-climate-action-summit-week

    27 Sep 2019: The UCL Energy Shipping research group has been particularly active in the UN Climate Action Summit and have contributed to three major announcements during the two days.

    The UCL Energy Shipping research group has been particularly active in the UN Climate Action Summit and have contributed to three major announcements during the two days.

  4. Banks to help lower shipping emissions with new principles based on…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/2019/jun/banks-help-lower-shipping-emissions-new-principles-based-ucl-energy-research

    17 Jun 2019: Eleven leading international banks – including Citi, DNB and Société Générale – have promised to include climate considerations when lending to the shipping industry.

    Eleven leading international banks – including Citi, DNB and Société Générale – have promised to include climate considerations when lending to the shipping industry.

  5. New fully funded PhD studentship available in climate change…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/2019/may/new-fully-funded-phd-studentship-available-climate-change-mitigation-through-low

    10 May 2019: This new studentship is part of the new EPSRC-SFI Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy Resilience and the Built Environment (ERBE CDT). It will be located at UCL's main campus in Bloomsbury, central London.

    This new studentship is part of the new EPSRC-SFI Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy Resilience and the Built Environment (ERBE CDT). It will be located at UCL's main campus in Bloomsbury, central London.

  6. Shipping team publishes paper on how greenhouse gas reduction targets …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/2019/may/shipping-team-publishes-paper-how-greenhouse-gas-reduction-targets-can-realistically

    7 May 2019: The new study concludes that only certain specific policies can achieve the significant effect required to meet the sector’s emission reduction objectives in the short term.

    The new study concludes that only certain specific policies can achieve the significant effect required to meet the sector’s emission reduction objectives in the short term.

  7. UCL Energy provides global modelling analysis to support the CCC’s…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/2019/may/ucl-energy-provides-global-modelling-analysis-support-cccs-net-zero-emissions-report

    2 May 2019: The UCL Energy Institute's global analysis of how the UK can help speed up a global reduction of greenhouse gas emissions has fed into a major report from the Committee on Climate Change, whose role is to provide independent advice to the British

    The UCL Energy Institute's global analysis of how the UK can help speed up a global reduction of greenhouse gas emissions has fed into a major report from the Committee on Climate Change, whose role is to provide independent advice to the British

  8. UCL experts advise UK's Committee on Climate Change | UCL Institute…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/sustainable/news/2019/may/ucl-experts-advise-uks-committee-climate-change

    2 May 2019: The recommendation by the Committee on Climate Change to reduce the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050 is “achievable” with the right policy reforms and should be seen as an ‘industrial opportunity” according to UCL's two

    The recommendation by the Committee on Climate Change to reduce the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050 is “achievable” with the right policy reforms and should be seen as an ‘industrial opportunity” according to UCL's two

  9. Deep Decarbonization Pathways network publishes paper on strategies…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/2019/mar/deep-decarbonization-pathways-network-publishes-paper-strategies-combat-climate-change

    26 Mar 2019: The paper, published this month in Nature Climate Change, shows how the research undertaken by the DDP network can be used as a handbook by countries seeking to fulfil their Paris Agreement pledges through long-term strategies.

    The paper, published this month in Nature Climate Change, shows how the research undertaken by the DDP network can be used as a handbook by countries seeking to fulfil their Paris Agreement pledges through long-term strategies.

  10. Dr Gesche Huebner's call for inquiry into health impact of climate…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/news/2019/mar/dr-gesche-huebners-call-inquiry-health-impact-climate-change-prompts-letter-minister

    1 Mar 2019: The letter to the Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth follows a proposal submitted by UCL-Energy academic Dr Gesche Huebner to the UK Parliament’s Science and Technology Select Committee in January.

    The letter to the Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth follows a proposal submitted by UCL-Energy academic Dr Gesche Huebner to the UK Parliament’s Science and Technology Select Committee in January.

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