Limiting Global Warming to 1.5°C – Without Magic Bullets

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Charlie Wilson gave a virtual introductory keynote talk at the #REMforum conference on “System Change, not Climate Change” in Switzerland (while sitting in his kitchen, of course). The conference brought together stakeholders from finance, business, policy, and research to explore ways of accelerating renewables deployment and wider low-carbon transformation as we emerge from the pandemic. Charlie outlined a vision of a 1.5°C […]

How do the perceived attributes of low-carbon innovations differ between early adopters and non-adopters?

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Written by Mykolas Vainauskas  Early adopters of transport, homes and food low-carbon innovations consistently perceive more appealing attributes compared to non-adopters. This study by Mykolas Vainauskas, a summer intern from the University of East Anglia, looks at the differences between early adopters and non-adopters within three domains of low-carbon innovations – transport, food and homes. He finds that perceived attributes […]