“Knowledge alone is not enough.” Study shows that climate scientists fly more than other researchers

Climate change researchers, especially professors, fly more than other researchers – but are also more likely to have taken steps to reduce or offset their flying. The large-scale study – the first of its kind to survey climate academics about their travel for conferences, fieldwork and meetings – was carried…

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The Path to Net Zero: “A clear mandate to policy makers for bold action”.

“We come from all walks of life and all across the UK. We have, between us, many different values, views and experiences. But we have worked together in an atmosphere of respect, co-operation, tolerance and humour to arrive at the considered recommendations in this report.” Today the final report of the first UK-wide citizens’…

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“A huge sense of freedom despite the restrictions”. Low carbon behaviours increase during lockdown

Have you adopted any new climate-friendly behaviours in lockdown? You’re not alone. Covid-19 has created an unprecedented – perhaps unique – ‘moment of change’, a period when normal routines have been rapidly upended and new ones have emerged. Our new briefing paper explores how low-carbon lifestyles and climate attitudes have…

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Funded PhD project on Organisational Mindsets for Sustainable Business Innovation

About the project: The research aims to identify how organisations mobilize change through shifting organisational mindsets. Organisational mindsets capture the cultural climate of the organisation reflecting employees’ thinking and feelings towards changes in how they work, alongside structural or behavioural changes in people management structures and processes. This work is…

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