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CSaP creates opportunities for public policy professionals and academics to learn from each other through our Policy Fellowships, workshops and professional development activities.

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Practical climate politics for the 2020s – Land use, biodiversity and food

The final seminar in this series focused on the roles that land use, biodiversity and food play in climate change mitigation.

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Understanding digital poverty and inequality in the UK

In partnership with the British Academy, CSaP held a Policy Fellows Seminar led by Professor Helen Margetts, Director of the Public Policy Programme at the Alan Turing Institute, ...

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Practical climate politics for the 2020s - prospects for global capital markets

The second seminar in this series looked at how global markets are reacting to the challenges faced by climate change.

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Restraint and Opportunity – technology and behaviour change for climate mitigation

After a morning of individually tailored meetings with Cambridge academics, senior members of CSaP’s network convened for lunch on 18 November, at Sydney Sussex College, Cambridge. Julian Allwood, ...


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Artificial Intelligence systems in brain health

CSaP's Policy Leaders Fellowship met earlier this month to explore the opportunities and challenges of Artificial Intelligence systems in healthcare. Leading the discussion was Professor Zoe Kourtzi, Professor ...

CSaP in numbers

CSaP has a unique network of over 500 Policy Fellows and 1800 experts contributing to more dynamic and diverse scientific input to the most pressing public policy challenges.