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  1. Cheaper electric cars will increase congestion | UCL News - UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2019/jul/cheaper-electric-cars-will-increase-congestion

    9 Jul 2019: Andrew Smith (UCL Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources) explains the challenges of reducing our carbon emissions whilst improving the quality of our lives and how an ideal greener future would mean “less car ownership but wider car

    Andrew Smith (UCL Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources) explains the challenges of reducing our carbon emissions whilst improving the quality of our lives and how an ideal greener future would mean “less car ownership but wider car availability.”

  2. The impact of cutting carbon emissions on employment | UCL News - UCL …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2019/jul/impact-cutting-carbon-emissions-employment

    8 Jul 2019: Six million people in the UK are currently employed in carbon intensive industries. According to Professor Jim Watson (UCL Bartlett School of Environment, Energy & Resources) half of those jobs will be “fundamentally threatened” as we move

    Six million people in the UK are currently employed in carbon intensive industries. According to Professor Jim Watson (UCL Bartlett School of Environment, Energy & Resources) half of those jobs will be “fundamentally threatened” as we move towards cutting greenhouse gases.

  3. Online revolution fuels tourism boom | UCL News - UCL - London's…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2019/jul/online-revolution-fuels-tourism-boom

    1 Jul 2019: Associate Professor Dr Nikodem Szumilo (UCL Bartlett Construction & Project Management) says the “small revolution” of online reviews and bookings reduced the price and increased the satisfaction of global travel. Tourism rose six per cent from

    Associate Professor Dr Nikodem Szumilo (UCL Bartlett Construction & Project Management) says the “small revolution” of online reviews and bookings reduced the price and increased the satisfaction of global travel. Tourism rose six per cent from 2017 to 2018 and is worth £1.3tn.

  4. How London's real estate market could become less volatile | UCL News …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2019/jun/how-londons-real-estate-market-could-become-less-volatile

    18 Jun 2019: Professor Yolande Barnes (UCL Bartlett Real Estate Institute) says the value of real estate markets have peaked but lower interest rates could lead to ‘gentler cycles’ in the future with ‘lower price inflation’.

    Professor Yolande Barnes (UCL Bartlett Real Estate Institute) says the value of real estate markets have peaked but lower interest rates could lead to ‘gentler cycles’ in the future with ‘lower price inflation’.

  5. Assessing the UK Treasury’s grasp of climate economics | UCL News -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2019/jun/assessing-uk-treasurys-grasp-climate-economics

    11 Jun 2019: Professor Michael Grubb (UCL Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources) says the Treasury’s predicted cost of over £1tn to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 ignores the effect that economies of scale and industrial innovation have on

    Professor Michael Grubb (UCL Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources) says the Treasury’s predicted cost of over £1tn to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 ignores the effect that economies of scale and industrial innovation have on reducing costs.

  6. Flats in new developments could be “unsellable” in 90 years' time |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2019/may/flats-new-developments-could-be-unsellable-90-years-time

    31 May 2019: Professor Peter Rees (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) explains how cheap maintenance contracts could lead to a serious devaluation of many newly-built apartment blocks in central London and fears the Thames could be “lined with derelict towers”

    Professor Peter Rees (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) explains how cheap maintenance contracts could lead to a serious devaluation of many newly-built apartment blocks in central London and fears the Thames could be “lined with derelict towers” in less than a hundred years.

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