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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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Experts on developing a sustainable future at Cambridge Judge Business School

Our faculty and leaders at Cambridge Judge Business School can offer expert opinion on developing a sustainable future. Please note: If you would like to contact any of these faculty members, please email [email protected] Climate and the economy Kamiar Mohaddes,…

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Fire, water and earth.

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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Carbon project funding

New funding is provided for the UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre, which includes Dr David Reiner of Cambridge Judge Business School as an investigator. Dr David Reiner The UK Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Research Centre (UKCCSRC) has…

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Deutsche Welle: Is carbon capture and utilisation a lifeline for oil and gas?

Dr David Reiner, University Senior Lecturer in Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on carbon capture and storage projects in the context of climate neutrality targets. "Decarbonisation is going to be a slow and difficult process," he said.…

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Cambridge Independent: From AI dysfunctions to privatisation debate

A recent summary of Cambridge Judge Business School research include studies on AI at workplace by Dr Stella Pachidi, privatisation and efficiency by Dr Kamal Munir, the concept of craft by Dr Jochem Kroezen, predicting energy use by Dr David…

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The Telegraph: Getting industry to go green will not come cheaply

Recently the Government launched a decarbonisation strategy, aiming to cut production of CO2 in British factories by two-thirds by 2035. Dr David Reiner, University Senior Lecturer in Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School says the Government need to stump…

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Predicting energy use

In the UK and many other countries, energy use in buildings is the single largest source of greenhouse gas emissions, so a study co-authored by Dr David Reiner of Cambridge Judge develops a new model to forecast residential building stock.…

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Nature: Europe’s ‘green deal’ and carbon dioxide removal

A letter to Nature co-authored by Dr David Reiner, University Senior Lecturer in Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses carbon dioxide removal as part of EU climate neutrality targets. “It must incorporate social science into its assessments because…

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