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  • 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).
  • 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.
  • 18 November 2022

    Ocean-based Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) and its Implications for the Sustainable Development Goals

    Dr. Si Chen (David MacKay Cambridge Zero Darwin College Research Associate) organised a critical discussion on ocean-based carbon dioxide removal and the development of a governance framework consistent with the Sustainable Development Goals. The expert panel discussion was a part of the Cambridge Zero Climate Change Festival.
  • 4 November 2022

    Innovating our way to Net Zero: Insights from a Policy Workshop

    The Centre for Science and Policy and Laura Diaz Anadon, Professor of Climate Change Policy at the University of Cambridge and Director of CEENRG, delivered a policy workshop on strengthening the UK’s innovation ecosystem in the energy space to meet the government’s net zero target.  
  • 21 October 2022

    The digitisation of health and social care

    The Capabilities in Academic Policy Engagement (CAPE) team at the University of Cambridge’s Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP) hosted a day of talks for members of the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) to discuss the digital transformation of healthcare services.
  • 10 October 2022

    Conditions for disruptive and ethical innovation

    “There is a window of opportunity for the UK to take scientific leadership,” asserts Robert Miller, Director of the Whittle Laboratory and University of Cambridge Professor, opening the afternoon of talks between researchers and CSaP’s Dowling Policy Fellows at Peterhouse College.
  • 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.
  • 31 August 2022

    New Policy Fellows for Michaelmas Term 2022

    We are delighted to announce the names of the successful applicants to the Policy Fellowship Programme for Michaelmas Term 2022. We look forward to welcoming the following newly elected Fellows to Cambridge this year.
  • 19 August 2022

    Offshore floating complexes

    We've been working with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) to host a series of workshops on ‘offshore floating complexes’ (OFCs) - theoretical floating settlements with the potential to be very large in scale. Could 'floating cities' ever become a reality?
  • 19 August 2022

    Working with academia

    CSaP partnered with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory’s (Dstl) Defence Science and Technology Futures (DSTF) programme for a project on the current state of their academic engagement, and how it could be improved.