Posts Tagged ‘environment’

CSCT students pitch to win prize at 'Engineering YES'

Four PhD students from the CSCT developed and pitched a viable business plan to potential funding bodies, and were awarded the Best Environmental Project prize.

Capitalise on life transitions to instil change

House moves or a change of job provide an ideal 'window of opportunity' to promote more sustainable behaviours

Capitalise on life transitions to instil better environmental behaviours say researchers

House moves or a change of job provide an ideal 'window of opportunity' to promote more sustainable behaviours, according to a new psychology study.

A shift in environmental thinking

An EU-consortium meeting in Bath has taken our GLAMURS environmental project to next level

Locusts interact with several neighbours to swarm together

A new study published today from our mathematicians shines new light on how locusts swarm and interact.

EU project nudges people to be greener

EU colleagues convene on campus to consider how behaviour change tactics can promote greener living

EU project nudging people towards a greener future

EU colleagues will convene at the University this week to consider how behaviour change tactics can be used to promote greener living.

Unique automotive research facility unveiled at Bath

The University has launched its new Centre for Low Emission Vehicle Research (CLEVeR) featuring a rolling road which allows vehicles to be analysed for emissions whilst taking into account different driver behaviours.

Unique auto research facility unveiled

Our new Centre for Low Emission Vehicle Research (CLEVeR) features state-of-the-art testing equipment

Tony James wins inaugural catalysis & sensing prize

Congratulations to Professor Tony James (Chemistry) who won the inaugural Catalysis & Sensing for our Environment (CASE) prize at the CASE 2015 symposium in Dublin.

New IPR report challenges effectiveness of austerity policies in UK and Eurozone

The latest IPR Spotlights report challenges the effectiveness of austerity policies.

How effective are austerity policies?

The latest IPR Spotlights Report challenges the effectiveness of austerity policies in UK & Eurozone

Achieving global agreement on environmental protection

The University will host a major climate change event in early April with leading, international academics.

Economists count costs of climate change

A new report will help a social housing provider plan for extreme weather

Economists count true business costs of climate change

A new report from our Department of Economics has mapped the business costs of climate change.

I-SEE: Is there a better future for UK agriculture? Tue 17 Feb

Using algae to clean up mine water

GW4 research project will use algae to harvest precious heavy metals & also produce biofuel

Researchers to use algae to clean up mine water

We're part of a ground breaking GW4 research project that aims to clean up water from a Cornish tin mine, using algae to harvest the precious heavy metals and produce biofuel at the same time.

Podcast: Can game theory help global environment protection

Professor Michael Finus delivered his inaugural lecture on 5 November 2014 titled: Global environmental protection: success or failure?

Professor Michael Finus' inaugural lecture: Wed 5 Nov

Professor Michael Finus, Chair in Environmental Economics, will give a talk entitled: "Global Environmental Protection: success or failure?" which will give an overview of some of the major insights of game-theoretic research on international environmental treaties over the last thirty years, also pointing to important future research issues.