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Showing 56 articles, in Sustainable futures

Active Travel Portfolio Research and Evaluation Programme

Client: Department for Transport | Staff: Ed Ferrari, Steve Parkes, Ian Wilson, Chris Dayson, Maxine Gregory, Katie Shearn, Joy Mhonda, Sokratis Dinos, Chris Taylor

Looking back to move forward: a social and cultural history of heating (JUSTHEAT)

Client: The Collaboration of the Humanities and Social Science in Europe (CHANSE)/ The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) | Staff: Dr Becky Shaw, Dr Sally Shahzad, Professor Jenny Palm, Dr Sofie Pelsmakers, Dr George Jiglau

Changing places of work: a place-based approach for re-imagining work in fossil free industrial towns of the future

Client: Formas, Forte and the Swedish Research Council | Staff: Will Eadson, Bregje van Veelen, Stefan Backius

GOZERO: SME governance for net zero

Client: UKRI UK Energy Research Centre | Staff: Will Eadson, Phil Northall, Sam Hampton, Katherine Sugar, Richard Blundel

Fuel Poverty Evidence

Client: Sheffield Hallam University/University of Leeds | Staff: Aimee Ambrose and Beth Speake

Humber Industrial Cluster Plan: Societal and cultural challenges study

Client: Humber and East Yorkshire LEP, Hull City Council, CATCH| Staff: Will Eadson and Phil Northall

Older industrial towns at the frontier of new energy economies

Client: Regional Studies Association | Staff: Will Eadson and Alvaro Castano Garcia

Understanding and Effectively Engaging Hard to Reach Energy Users

Client: The International Energy Agency (IEA) Technology Collaboration Programme | Staff: Aimee Ambrose, Jan Gilbertson, Alvaro Castano Garcia , Dr Sea Rotmann (IEA, Operating Agent), Dr Luis Mundaca (Lund University, Sweden), Kira Ashby (Consortium for Energy Efficiency, USA) and Dr Kim O’Sullivan (University of Otago, New Zealand)

Future Parks Accelerator programme evaluation

Client: National Lottery Heritage Fund and National Trust | Staff: Will Eadson, Ellen Bennett, Cathy Harris, Julian Dobson (Urban Pollinators) and Nicola Dempsey (University of Sheffield)

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