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Universities Showing Leadership: Just Transitions From #FossilFuels

Universities from all around the world are raising research that will hopefully pave the way to a "just transition to #RenewableEnergy" helping cities, regions, devolved governments, nations & supra-national governance to implement the Climate Accord
martin rivett Oct 8
This is the future not 50 years of fracking industrialisation across rural England
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Prof Peter Strachan Oct 7
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Forthwrite Oct 6
leading way on ? Research suggests yes! Exciting potential for future .
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Forthwrite Oct 6
Just what we need - universities & academics with vision to lead us into future
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Prof Peter Strachan Oct 6
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Prof Peter Strachan Oct 6
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Peter Erickson Oct 5
Industry magazine Upstream covers our assessment of oil tax breaks in Norway, oil economists weigh in (subs req'd),
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José Daniel Marcos Oct 5
Compassion, humility and courage, the recipe for tackling climate change. Exciting and hopeful conference by in
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Brian Vad Mathiesen Oct 5
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Aldo Perez Oct 5
change affects US all now. conference.. Prof. Van Ypersele
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Prof Peter Strachan Oct 4
My prediction from last year "Energy professor predicts Scottish Government fracking ban"… via
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Prof Peter Strachan Oct 4
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Mr Malky Oct 4
Keep up to speed with the movers and shakers in the academic world of Scotland's Sustainable Energy biz Give Prof Strachan a wee follow too
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Peter Erickson Oct 4
Great story in Wash Post covering our new article in on U.S. subsidies to oil
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Peter Erickson Oct 3
We did look at very inadequate insurance & bonding. Not at CO2 damages, but if factored in, no oil fields would be profitable
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Prof Peter Strachan Oct 3
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Jonas Meckling Oct 3
Our new research: Who wins in renewable energy? Evidence from Europe and the United States
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Prof Peter Strachan Oct 3
Our Special Issue 'Pathways to Sustainable Energy' highlights how Scotland can go it alone in fracking & renewables
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Prof Peter Strachan Oct 2
A Twitter Moment from Jan 'There is no such thing as Safe '
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Peter Erickson Oct 2
Our detailed study of US subsidies to oil out today in Nature Energy: ~half of U.S. oil subsidy-dependent at $50/bbl
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Prof Peter Strachan Oct 1
Recap: The reasons why the Scottish Government must ban via
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Prof Peter Strachan Sep 29
A special issue devoted to 'Evaluating Transition Pathways to Sustainable '
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Noel Healy Sep 3
Replying to @DrNoelHealy
Full access to above paper here:
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Geoffrey Supran Aug 23
Exxon challenged us to "read all the documents". We did. Here's what we found using peer-reviewed content analysis:
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Noel Healy Jun 27
My paper with on Politicizing Energy Justice & Energy System Transitions
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