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  1. Batteries becoming more cost-effective | UCL News - UCL - London's…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/jan/batteries-becoming-more-cost-effective

    15 Jan 2020: Dr Tristan Smith (UCL Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources) comments that batteries are becoming more cost effective, as air quality regulations make traditional fuel more expensive.

    Dr Tristan Smith (UCL Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources) comments that batteries are becoming more cost effective, as air quality regulations make traditional fuel more expensive.

  2. Government funding for research into decarbonising freight | UCL News …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2019/aug/government-funding-research-decarbonising-freight

    27 Aug 2019: Funding has been announced to boost research into green transport, including a project to decarbonise the UK’s freight transport, led by Dr Tristan Smith (UCL Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources).

    Funding has been announced to boost research into green transport, including a project to decarbonise the UK’s freight transport, led by Dr Tristan Smith (UCL Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources).

  3. Wealthy should practise what they preach on climate change | UCL News …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2019/aug/wealthy-should-practise-what-they-preach-climate-change

    15 Aug 2019: Wealthy environmentalists continuing to fly in private jets “can be interpreted as the wealthy continuing to live how they want while dictating to ordinary people that they have to change.” Explains Professor Paul Ekins (UCL Bartlett School

    Wealthy environmentalists continuing to fly in private jets “can be interpreted as the wealthy continuing to live how they want while dictating to ordinary people that they have to change.” Explains Professor Paul Ekins (UCL Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources).

  4. 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.

  5. Environment is a mess but there is reason to be hopeful | UCL News -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2019/mar/environment-mess-there-reason-be-hopeful

    13 Mar 2019: The UN Environment Global Environment Outlook Report (GEO-6), co-chaired by Professor Paul Ekins (UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources) finds that environmental problems are making the world increasingly more dangerous for people, but there may

    The UN Environment Global Environment Outlook Report (GEO-6), co-chaired by Professor Paul Ekins (UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources) finds that environmental problems are making the world increasingly more dangerous for people, but there may be hope yet.

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