Friday, May 27, 2022

Who wins as energy bills soar? Oil and gas companies

Author : Jack Marley, Environment + Energy Editor, UK edition Your annual energy bill could rise by another £800 in...

Our Mars rover mission was suspended because of the Ukraine war – here’s what we’re...

Author : Andrew Coates, Professor of Physics, Deputy Director (Solar System) at the Mullard Space Science Laboratory, UCL Just a...

It’s not helpful to talk about children’s ‘learning loss’ during lockdown – they and...

Author : Prysor Mason Davies, Senior Lecturer in Education, Aberystwyth University The term “learning loss” – referring to what pupils...

leadership expert on why not taking responsibility degrades politics

Author : Stefan Stern, Visiting Professor of Management Practice, Bayes Business School, City, University of London What is the difference...

the unhealthy coping strategies which are likely to rise as energy bills soar –...

Author : Aimee Ambrose, Professor of Energy Policy and Trustee of the Fuel Poverty Research Network, Sheffield Hallam University The...

the damaging coping strategies which are making lives worse – plus how to get...

Author : Aimee Ambrose, Professor of Energy Policy and Trustee of the Fuel Poverty Research Network, Sheffield Hallam University The...

India and Pakistan’s heatwave is a sign of worse to come – podcast

Author : Daniel Merino, Assistant Science Editor & Co-Host of The Conversation Weekly Podcast, The Conversation India and Pakistan have...

Why Denmark is voting on its defence relationship with the EU – and what...

Author : Imelda Maher, Dean of Law and Sutherland Full Professor of European Law, University College Dublin On June 1,...

How digital technology can help keep cities green and pleasant

Author : Anthony Larsson, Researcher, Innovation Management, Karolinska Institutet Parks, small woodlands and even simple patches of grass not only...

efficiency labels really do encourage less energy use – but there’s a better way...

Author : David Comerford, Senior Lecturer of Economics and Behavioural Science, University of Stirling Reducing our energy use has rarely...

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