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University of Cambridge Decarbonisation Network

Replacing dependence on fossil fuels demands a combination of fundamental and applied research to address the spectrum, depth and speed of decarbonisation necessary to limit climate change.

The Decarbonisation Network provides a forum for academics, industry and the public sector to identify accelerated routes to decarbonisation through Special Interest Groups (SIGs). They explore and identify the most promising technologies that have the potential to accelerate the UK’s path to net-zero.

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Living Lab Projects Call – Autumn 2023

31 August 2023

Message from Cambridge Zero: What is a Living Lab? The purpose of a university or college Living Lab is to address real-world institutional problems using a dynamic partnership between all the institution's stakeholder groups. It facilitates and enables collaborations that liberate intellectual potential and address...

Related Event: The New Universal Bus Service Launch

30 August 2023

Event organised by The Sustainability Team, University of Cambridge The University of Cambridge's Environmental Sustainability Team and Whippet invite you to the launch of the new Universal Bus service. The service, subsidised by the University but open to everyone, will be using a new fleet of 100% electric buses. The...