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  • 8 March 2023

    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 a talk by Julian Allwood, Professor of Engineering and the Environment at the University of Cambridge, presented around the theme of the day: “innovation in materials”.
  • 21 February 2023

    Evidence and policy for tackling climate change

    In January 2023, members of the Cambridge Zero Policy Forum met with Matthew Bell, a Director at Frontier Economics and former Chief Executive of the UK Climate Change Committee, to discuss the role of evidence in informing policy on climate change and sustainability.
  • 14 February 2023

    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.
  • 1 February 2023

    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.
  • 26 January 2023

    Practical climate politics for the 2020s-prospects for the UK

    Lord Deben (John Gummer), Chairman of the UK's Climate Change Committee and Professor Emily Shuckburgh, Director, Cambridge Zero, University of Cambridge, kicked off the first seminar of the 2023 Christ's College Climate Seminar Series on 19 January 2023 at the Yusuf Hamied Theatre, Christ's College Cambridge.
  • 13 January 2023

    Trust and ambition - the Cambridge Zero Policy Forum analyse COP27

    In November 2022, members of the Cambridge Zero Policy Forum gathered at Darwin College, Cambridge to discuss the outcomes of COP27. Several members of the Forum attended the COP in person, which was held in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. Others chose to attend online, and some closely followed reports in their specialist areas.
  • 8 December 2022

    Can we sue our way out of the climate crisis? 

    Will lawsuits be key in the race to net zero? A climate litigation panel discussed during the Cambridge Zero Climate Change Festival, organised by Dr Alex Bradley (David MacKay Cambridge Zero Darwin College Research Associate).
  • 8 December 2022

    Passive cooling in a hotter world

    As part of the Cambridge Zero Climate Change Festival, a panel of experts from academia and industry gathered to discuss the challenges and opportunities associated with the implementation of passive cooling strategies in the UK’s built environment.
  • 6 December 2022

    Implementing net zero through a pluralistic evidence base

    Professor Sarah Dillon (Faculty of English, University of Cambridge) and Rachel Fisher (Deputy Director for Land Use Policy at Defra) joined a cross-disciplinary group of academics as part of a Cambridge Zero Policy Forum roundtable discussion on narratives and their links with climate change policy.
  • 4 October 2022

    Global Uncertainties: Collected Conversations

    To celebrate and highlight the work of the members of the UK's security research community over the past 15 years, the Partnership for Conflict, Crime and Security Research has released a new open access book, Global Uncertainties: Collected Conversations from the Partnership for Conflict, Crime & Security Research.