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  • 21 October 2020

    The Macroeconomics of a Green Recovery

    In the second episode of our podcast series exploring science, policy, and a green recovery, CSaP Executive Director Dr Rob Doubleday was joined by Cambridge University economists Dr Kamiar Mohaddes and Dr Nina Seega to explore the macro economic shock from the covid-19 pandemic, and how that shock relates to arguments for investment in a green recovery.
  • 15 June 2020

    How can we get to net zero?

    As part of our annual conference virtual seminar on getting to net zero, we explored the structural changes needed to get to net zero.
  • 1 May 2020

    Soil Health in the United Kingdom

    What would an agricultural soil plan for the UK look like and which measures would we use to monitor its effectiveness? Do we know enough about soil and soil health indicators to be able to operationalize policies that would ensure that soil health is looked after and which would ensure that land gives us the kind of benefits that we collectively decide we want?
  • 18 February 2020

    The road to net zero

    With the UK government having committed to reaching net zero by 2050, speakers gathered at the third session of the 2020 Christ's Climate Series to discuss the economic, systemic and behavioural changes we will face along the road to net zero.
  • 14 January 2020

    A greener future for the military?

    In December, policymakers and academics gathered at the University of Cambridge for a CSaP-hosted discussion on the future of military operations and rapid response to humanitarian disasters in a changing energy landscape.
  • 12 September 2019

    The impacts of climate change on marine systems

    Chaired by Dr Molly Morgan-Jones, Director of Policy at the British Academy, this panel discussion explored the political environment surrounding marine systems and climate change, and their intersect.
  • 10 March 2019

    Strategies for achieving serious international cooperation on climate change

    In the final seminar of the series, David Victor, Professor of International Relations and Co-director, Laboratory on International Law and Regulation, UC San Diego, discusses the current state of international cooperation on climate change and how to make it more effective.
  • 8 March 2019

    It’s important not to be a climate change zealot

    In the penultimate seminar of the Christ’s Climate Seminar Series, Rebecca Willis, Independent Environmental Researcher, discusses the findings of a collaborative research project to investigate how politicians think and act on climate change.
  • 5 March 2019

    Solutions to Climate Change; by the People, for the People

    In this seminar, Craig Bennett, CEO at Friends of the Earth, explains the importance of engaging and empowering the public in the fight against climate change.
  • 26 February 2019

    How business is learning to cooperate in pursuit of climate action

    In the first of this year’s Christ's Climate Seminars, Eliot Whittington, Development Director at Cambridge’s Institute for Sustainability Leadership, talked about how business is learning to cooperate in pursuit of climate action.