Obesity Network Members
Obesity Network Investigators Professor Mark BirkinProfessor of Spatial Analysis and Policy and Director of the Consumer Data Research Centre (CDRC) Dr Michelle MorrisPostdoctoral Research Fellow in the Consumer Data Research Centre Professor Steven CumminsProfessor of Population Health & NIHR Senior Fellow, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Dr Pablo MonsivaisProgramme lead – Dietary public ... Read more Obesity Network Members\nThe post Obesity Network Members appeared first on Consumer Data Research Centre.29/04/20
Measuring food security in London
In the Mayor of London’s draft Food Strategy he commits to ensuring to do all he can so that all Londoners can eat well and that they are able to enjoy food security for themselves and their family. Many Londoners are not able to eat well at home, in part because of issues relating to…19/10/18
Microbusiness research synthesis slide pack
This slide pack supports our Microbusiness Strategic Review, by identifying and utilising relevant published research to help build a robust evidence base.31/05/19
Housing & Energy
The post Housing & Energy appeared first on CDRC.25/04/18
Comparing Smart Scheme Effects for Congested Highways
A high level objective for many international governments and local operators is that highways should be managed in a way that is sustainable in terms of a Low Carbon Energy future. Recent initiatives such as the Strategic Transport Technology Plan and the policy and legal framework promoted by the European Commissions’ Intelligent Transport System (ITS) […]\nThe post Comparing Smart Scheme Effects for Congested Highways appeared first on CDRC.26/01/18
UKRI SSPP scoping workshop
NERC, on behalf of UK Research & Innovation (UKRI), is working with Innovate UK, to convene a scoping workshop which aims to bring together members of the research and innovation communities with an interest in the Smart Sustainable Plastic Packaging (SSPP) Challenge and to strengthen collaboration, enabling greater interdisciplinary working.
Energy Policy – Scotland
Scotland should consider new nuclear power stations, investing in hydrogen and installing many more windfarms to meet its climate goals, an expert inquiry has concluded. The inquiry by the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scotland’s national academy, said a massive increase in low-carbon electricity production would be needed in order to reach the country’s new goal … [Continue Reading]
Marine Planning: Iteration 3 engagement for the north east, north west, south east and south west marine plan areas
- HM Government
Please note: the Marine Planning Iteration 3 engagement period ended on 29 March 2019.
Decarbonisation of Heat: Why It Needs Innovation
- Emily Sotudeh
Decarbonising heat is key to achieving Net Zero, and innovators have a vital role to play. Here is our overview of the decarbonisation challenge and how we can tackle it through low carbon home heating innovation.\nThe post Decarbonisation of Heat: Why It Needs Innovation appeared first on Energy Systems Catapult.
32nd Seaward Licensing Round Appropriate Assessment
- HM Government
Consultation on the Appropriate Assessment of Blocks applied for in the 32nd Seaward Licensing Round