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Stories and media outputs for the Tyndall Centre.
Electronic word of mouth such as social media posts, blogs, and review sites strengthen the adoption of low carbon innovations such as ride sharing platforms, digital food hubs, and smart home technologies, according to a study led by Emilie Vrain at the Tyndall Centre at the University of East Anglia.
In this episode we are going to talk about cities and live music. With the UK’s goal of Net Zero by 2050, we need different sectors to do their share of actions to ensure a low-carbon future.
Hospitality firms with an environment strategy centering on reduce, reuse, and recycle (the 3R’s) increase their profitability and market value, shows research led by Alexis Ionnadis of the University of East Anglia’s Norwich Business School.
For this episode of the Tyndall talks, I interviewed Prof. Lorraine Whitmarsh and Dr. Stuart Capstick on lifestyle and individual behaviour change.
A podcast episode I produced for Tyndall Talks, I interview Andy Jordan on the impacts of Brexit on climate policies.
Can sails be the technology of the future? Is it worse to fly during day or night? Is carbon offsetting not as good as what we think?
How can we rebuild economies in a greener way? Our guest for today is Professor Charlie Wilson from the Tyndall Centre at the University of East Anglia.