10 April 2014
The UCL ISR "Resources: Framed" Photography Competition has now closed. The ISR team was overwhelmed by the number of entries for this years competition.
31 March 2014
The UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources and UCL Grand Challenge of Intercultural Interaction (GCII) are seeking applications for grants of up to £10,000 from UCL staff, as part of the 2014 ‘Stewardship for Planet Earth: Intercultural communication for sustainable resources’ symposium, aimed at conducting innovative and cross-disciplinary research that ...
The UK urgently needs a green economic strategy to move towards low-carbon prosperity, resource security and environmental quality, says a new report published today by UCL’s Green Economy Policy Commission.
UCL ISR is now offering two fully-funded (conditions apply) PhD studentships to begin in September 2014 to outstanding economics graduates, with the overall objective of adapting or constructing a global and UK macroeconomic ...
What’s the role of the public in achieving low carbon urban futures? UCL-Energy and UCL ISR Research Associate Charlotte Johnson has been awarded a public engagement fellowship to explore this question.
Foreign travel, especially air travel, is bad for the climate, so that at ISR I think carefully about invitations that involve it. But sometimes, in this globalised world, it is just necessary to ...
Will McDowall, UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources researcher and member of the UCL Green Economy Policy Commission, joined Rt Hon Dr Vince Cable MP, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills at ...
ISR Director, Prof Paul Ekins, has been appointed as a member on the International Resource Panel (IRP), part of the United Nations Environment Programme, for three years starting from May 2013.
It is with great pleasure that we formally welcome Prof Raimund
Bleischwitz to the ISR team.
Congratulations to the winners of the Resources:Framed Photo Competition!
Congratulations to the winners of the Sustainable Resources for Sustainable Cities Catalyst Grant winners.
UCL ISR is now offering nine fully-funded (conditions apply) PhD projects to begin in September 2013.
UCL ISR research associate, Paul Drummond, writes about some of the challenges facing the UN as it embarks on its 'International Year on Water Cooperation':
Applications are now open for an opportunity to win £15,000 towards research in the area of sustainable building products.