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Innovation in the energy sector: paradigm busting or paradigm reinforcing?

Co-hosted by ClimateXChange and the UK Energy Research Centre, this event featured a presentation by Professor Jim Skea CBE, titled...

Modelling the carbon abatement costs and potential from perennial energy crops

Biomass could supply 8–11% of the UK’s total primary energy demand by 2020, with the greatest growth in UK domestic...

Energy and People: attitudes, behaviours and policies

This event presented recent research findings on attitudes, behaviours and governance at individual and community-levels, and considered effective policies for...

Workshop on carbon sequestration in grassland

This stakeholder workshop was held in November 2013 to address topics around carbon sequestration in agricultural soils and the potential...

Cost and potential of carbon abatement from the UK perennial energy crop market

ClimateXChange researchers presented the cost and potential of carbon abatement from the UK perennial energy crop market at a workshop...

Community energy in Scotland: the social factors for success

Launch Event - Social Assets in Community Renewables - This report was launched by ClimateXChange on November 8th 2013. The...

Energy data workshop - understanding the electricity sector in Scotland

Changes in Scotland’s electricity sector will make an important contribution to meeting the Scottish Government’s economic and environmental goals. To...

Review of separation distances for onshore wind farms

Scottish Planning Policy is a material consideration which helps planning authorities shape development plans and make decisions on wind farm...

Assessment of the Food Safety and Animal Health Implications of Climate Change Effects on Crops and Livestock

Changes in temperature and rainfall can affect the spread and proliferation of infection-causing (pathogenic) bacteria. Bacteria thrive in warm, wet...

Demonstrating adaptation

Demonstration can be a powerful means to promote and encourage adaptation to climate change. On-the-ground, real-time demonstration of techniques and...

Shaping Our Energy Future

ECCI and ClimateXChange organised the event Shaping Our Energy Future to bring together experts, opinion formers and community representatives to...

Food security and climate change mitigation

This workshop highlighted the key food security issues likely to influence policy development, and explored how these relate to emissions...