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This week’s ‘Energy Unplugged’ podcast

In this week’s episode, Aurora’s Research Director Richard Howard discusses Green Stimulus with Cameron Hepburn, Professor of Environmental Economics and Director, Smith School, University of Oxford.

As countries emerge from the Coronavirus lockdown and take stock of the severe economic impact they’ve seen, the focus is now on how to reboot the economy with significant stimulus packages of economic measures. Cameron and his team have been researching the Green Stimulus, reviewing policies from around the world and the best measures to pursue from both the perspective of rebooting the economy and reducing emissions.

Richard and Cameron discuss:

  • Impacts of the pandemic across countries and industries, on emissions and wider environmental indicators
  • How we respond to the pandemic and what the recovery packages will contain
  • The best policies the UK Government should pursue


The 2010s: The decade where the energy transition gathered pace?

A reflection on what has been achieved in UK energy and climate policy over the past decade.

With the Net Zero target set in legislation earlier this year, and “Climate Emergency” being declared the Oxford Dictionaries word of 2019, will the 2010s be remember in years to come as the decade where our energy transition started to gather pace?

In this blog we chart the transformation of the UK energy system over the past decade, identifying where we have made progress and why, and some of the challenges ahead.

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