Author Archives for Clare Martynski

A blog post by Alice Garvey, PhD researcher and Priestley Climate Scholar Over four-fifths of the English population say they enjoy a full English breakfast. But when food production accounts for a quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions, and 11% of UK emissions come from agriculture, it’s time to think...

A blog post by Dr Malcolm Morgan, Research Fellow for Transport and Spatial Analysis in the Institute for Transport Studies “Think globally, act locally” has been a mantra of the environmental movement since the 1970s. I have often thought it was telling that the call was to “act locally” rather than...

A blog post by Professor Vera Trappmann and Dr Jo Cutter, both of the Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change As the UK prepares to host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow in November 2021, there are high hopes that the signatories to the Paris Agreement will take bold and decisive steps on the actions required...

A blog written by Dr Andrew Sudmant, Research Fellow in the School of Earth and Environment As cities in the Asia-Pacific Region absorb an additional billion people over the next twenty-five years, it is no exaggeration to say that the processes of urbanisation that take place will significantly determine the...