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Cambridge Network: Cambridge Festival – can we save our planet?

David Reiner, senior lecturer in technology policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is part of the Cambridge Festival “UK Energy price crisis” panel, exploring the implications and challenges involved in the crisis. They also discuss what the regulatory developments could…

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Looking at 2022

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty offer their insights and opinions on what to expect in 2022 in areas ranging from climate change to workplace technology to business education. Predictions are by definition an inexact endeavour: few predicted at the start…

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Fortune: Bitcoin miners have returned to the record activity they had before China’s crypto crackdown- but they are still looking for a home

Dr David Reiner, Associate Professor in Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on Bitcoin miners and recovered hashrate. “What this does indicate is that even when you disrupt the largest single center for activity, the Bitcoin community seems…

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Clean Energy Wire: UK makes carbon capture central pillar of net-zero drive

David Reiner, Associate Professor in Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on carbon capture. According to David, “more division may arise when it comes to using carbon capture beyond sectors that are hardest to decarbonise: for example, the…

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IEDP: The environment and business post COP26

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty- Dr David Reiner and Professor Jenifer Howard-Grenville- reflect on COP26 conference. “Glasgow has played a valuable role as the first real chance to assess progress since the Paris Agreement,” Dr Reiner, Associate Professor in Technology…

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Final COP26 reflections

David Reiner, Associate Professor in Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, says future climate-change investment rather than words will be the test of COP26. There have been many false analogies at work over the last few weeks. We are…

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Has there been progress in Week 1 at COP26?

David Reiner, Associate Professor in Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, looks back at the first week of COP26. "Water, water, every where, And all the boards did shrink; Water, water, every where, Nor any drop to drink." -…

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COP26 experts at Cambridge Judge Business School

Faculty and other experts at Cambridge Judge Business School can offer expert opinion on various issues that may arise at the COP26 climate-change summit in Glasgow.  Please note: If you would like to contact any of these faculty members, please…

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Glasgow thoughts

Why is COP26 a big deal but not much may happen? A blogpost by David Reiner, Associate Professor in Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, lays out the background and his opinions going into the event in Scotland. Dr…

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Electric attitudes

New study led by University of Cambridge researchers, based on 36,000 Facebook posts, finds that social justice and health issues impact electric vehicle uptake. A new study led at the University of Cambridge, based on public attitudes expressed in 36,000…

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