Professor Michaela Kendall: No smoke without fire, how fuel cells and hydrogen change the atmosphere
Air Pollution / Climate Change / Emissions / Energy Economics / Fuel cells / Hydrogen & Fuel Cells / Low Carbon Energy / Uncategorized

Professor Michaela Kendall: No smoke without fire, how fuel cells and hydrogen change the atmosphere

Professor Michaela Kendall discusses how the use of fuel cells and hydrogen can change the atmosphere for the better. She also highlights the founding of the Midlands Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Network, a commercially-led, inclusive interest group which aims to consolidate the strengths of the hydrogen and fuel cell sector in the region. As everyone … Continue reading

“The Energy Systems Catapult will support the development of new technology to drive future economic growth”, says Nick Winser
Birmingham Energy Institute events / Uncategorized

“The Energy Systems Catapult will support the development of new technology to drive future economic growth”, says Nick Winser

Nick Winser, Chairman of the Energy Systems Catapult, discussed how the Catapult will help deliver the UK’s objectives for the transformation of energy systems at the University of Birmingham on Thursday 11 February 2016. With a focus on energy innovation to meet the 2050 climate and energy target, Nick Winser informed students and guests that … Continue reading

The World Trade Network and the Environment
Climate Change / Energy Economics

The World Trade Network and the Environment

Dr Maria Jesus Herrerias, University of Birmingham, Carlos Aller, University of Girona, and Lorenzo Ductor, Middlesex University London, examine the role of the world trade network on the environment and discuss their investigation into an innovative way of measuring the effect of international trade.  In a growing, integrated and globalised international market, sustainable development and … Continue reading

The Climate Argument: should we panic and are we doomed, or what can we do?
Climate Change / Research

The Climate Argument: should we panic and are we doomed, or what can we do?

Professor Richard Tuckett, Professor of Chemical Physics, University of Birmingham, discusses evidence surrounding the connection between CO2 concentrations and the temperature of the planet, to  coincide with the start of United Nations COP21 in Paris, December 2015.  The evidence that anthropogenic carbon emissions are contributing to the increasing temperature of the Earth grows stronger by the … Continue reading