Refrigeration & Air Conditioning magazine features commentary from Dr Laurence Wainwright during the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee inquiry into sustainable cooling, where he highlighted the mental health impacts of extreme heat.
How can Africa build a sustainable energy future? Research from Aoife Brophy and Philipp Trotter highlights three lessons from innovative firms in a number of different countries across the continent.
An article exploring Ukraine's clean energy plans references a Smith School working paper on green recovery in the country led by MSc candidate Anastasiia Zagoruichyk.
Credible, feasible and actionable transition plans are critical to achieving net zero.
'The faster we go, the more we would save': Policymakers urged to bust myths around clean energy costs
Oxford Smith School’s latest policy brief explores the feasibility and benefits of a fast net zero transition for the UK. It finds that a shift to clean energy would save us money – and that the faster we go the more we could save. It also highlights the challenges of the transition and explores potential solutions.
Singapore's reliance on air conditioning has an enormous cost. It has trapped a nation already hot – and getting hotter – in what experts describe as a “dangerous, vicious cycle,” writes CNN. With comment from Dr Radhika Khosla, Principal Investigator of the Oxford Martin School Programme on the Future of Cooling.
And up to 90% of costs can be recovered from fuel savings, finds a new report from the Oxford Sustainable Finance Group.
The Smith School and New College, University of Oxford, are delighted to announce the creation of a new professorship in environmental economics. The post will be held by Cameron Hepburn and is named in recognition of philanthropic support from Mr Humphrey Battcock.