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Resources:Framed 2015

Resources:Framed 2015

10 November 2014 - 31 March 2015


Returning for a third consecutive year, this year's Resources:Framed Photography Competition celebrates the 2015 launch of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and the UN's commitment to sustainable development and to ensuring the promotion of an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable future for our planet and for ...
UCL-Energy & UCL ISR seminar: 'The UK’s low carbon energy pathway to 2030: key uncertainties and implications for decision-making', Professor Jim Watson, Research Director, UKERC

UCL-Energy & UCL ISR seminar: 'The UK’s low carbon energy pathway to 2030: key uncertainties and implications for decision-making', Professor Jim Watson, Research Director, UKERC

25 November 2014

The UK has ambitious climate change targets, including a commitment to an 80% reduction in emissions from 1990 levels by 2050. The 2008 Climate Change Act provides a basis for these targets, and introduced a system of five-yearly carbon budgets. Whilst UK emissions are within these budgets so far, further ...
Taking forward the EU resource efficiency agenda

Taking forward the EU resource efficiency agenda

26 November 2014

The process and outcome of the recent European Parliament Elections are proof, if any were needed, that EU governance and policy-making have moved into a new phase. The new European Commission will likely ...
UCL ISR Public Lecture: 'Strengthening the science policy interface: different approaches, visions, models and tools for achieving sustainable development', Professor Jacqueline McGlade

UCL ISR Public Lecture: 'Strengthening the science policy interface: different approaches, visions, models and tools for achieving sustainable development', Professor Jacqueline McGlade

02 December 2014

Building a strong science policy interface for sustainable development requires a significant increase in the level of public participation as well as assessments and analyses that are credible, salient and relevant. The question ...