Sustaining the political mandate for climate action
Our report on how UK politicians, charged with leading the way, respond to the climate crisis have been recently released. Following our previous report from 2018 which looked at how UK MPs understand and respond to climate change, this report is based on a new set of interviews with 15 MPs, and a focus group … Continue reading Sustaining the political mandate for climate action
Funded Masters position on Climate Citizens project
We have funding to cover the tuition fees for one Masters of Science by Research (MSc-R) at Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University. The successful applicant will join the Climate Citizens project team to conduct a piece of original research on one of two topics: Green financial reform and the prospect of democratisation What climate policies … Continue reading Funded Masters position on Climate Citizens project
We are currently advertising for a PhD student to join the Climate Citizens team at Lancaster University on an interdisciplinary project that will investigate a crucial and neglected issue: the question of how to govern reductions in energy use. The deadline for applications is the 21st of April 2023. Please contact Jacob Ainscough with any … Continue reading Open position for a PhD in our team
We are excited to announce that we have selected five fellows to work with us for the next 24 months. They are Bea Natzler, David Evans, Elisa Minsart, Karolina Trdlicova and Lucy Farrow. Click here if you would like to know who they are.
New research from the Climate Citizens project shows people are a neglected dimension in energy and climate governance. An analysis recently published in the journal Energy Research and Social Science has revealed that people are barely mentioned in government documents like the Net Zero Strategy – and when they are, they are thought of primarily … Continue reading New publication and policy briefing
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 17:00 (BST) Monday 24th October We are excited to be inviting applications to join the Climate Citizens project as a Visiting Fellow. The scheme is open to anyone working on public engagement on climate and energy issues in any capacity, including (but not limited to): civil servants, public engagement consultants, professional facilitators, academics at … Continue reading Visiting Fellowship opportunity