Leeds researchers have published a range of content about the need to build back better, putting climate action and resilience at the heart of the coronavirus recovery.
COVID-19 could end our dependence on cars
Andrew Brown, Professor of Economics and Political Economy, co-authors this blog about the development of safe and healthy cities following the pandemic.
COVID-19, SMEs and net-zero
Dr Effie Kesidou from the Leeds University Business School outlines what we know about the environmental attitudes and practices of SMEs in the UK and the impact that the COVID-19 crisis has had on these.
Professor Greg Marsden and Professor Jillian Anable, both from the Institute for Transport Studies, have developed policy briefings outlining practical actions local authorities can take to decarbonise transport.
Professor Piers Forster and colleagues published research in Nature Climate Change which suggests that a post-lockdown economic recovery plan that incorporates and emphasises climate-friendly choices could help significantly in the battle against global warming.
Dr Milena Buchs and colleagues published a briefing paper outlining examples of inspiring actions around the world that are moving us towards a wellbeing economy, along with examples of actions that are moving us away from that vision.