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The European Parliament publishes the Energy Poverty Handbook with contributions from UCL-Energy staff

The European Parliament publishes the Energy Poverty Handbook with contributions from UCL-Energy staff

18 November 2016

Energy poverty is a serious societal concern which is receiving more and more attention these days. Energy poverty appears at all levels of the political system and affects households in small villages of ...
Axeing carbon price support would “undermine crucial energy investment” – UCL

Axeing carbon price support would “undermine crucial energy investment” – UCL

Abandoning the UK carbon price support – introduced in 2013 as incentive to reduce the burning of fossil fuels and to encourage lower-carbon energy sources – could seriously undermine crucial energy investment, warns University College ...

UCL-Energy at the United Nations International Maritime Organisation’s 70th Marine Environment Protection Committee

In October the International Maritime Organization (IMO) met for the 70th session of the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC). On the first day of the committee meeting Dr Tristan Smith and Carlo Raucci ...

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UCL-Energy seminar: 'A breath of fresh air - Air pollution: causes, impacts and policies' with Professor Mark Barrett, Dr Claire Holman and Paul Drummond 

UCL-Energy seminar: 'A breath of fresh air - Air pollution: causes, impacts and policies' with Professor Mark Barrett, Dr Claire Holman and Paul Drummond 

06 December 2016

Air pollution damages people’s health and ecosystems. We first need to understand the sources of air pollutants, how they result in pollution concentrations where people live and work, and how they damage ...