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Glasgow prepares ahead of low emission zone enforcement
Key actions to ready the city for the enforcement of Glasgow’s Low Emission Zone (LEZ) were outlined at the Net Zero and Climate Progress Monitoring Committee.
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Emissions Fall As Glasgow Heads In Right Direction On Climate Targets
Glasgow’s CO2 emissions have fallen by more than 13% since 2020 and dropped by 50% since 2006, new data has revealed.
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Interactive exhibition spotlights link between Glasgow’s consumption habits and climate change
The Consumed pop-up exhibition, a partnership between Zero Waste Scotland and Edinburgh Science, will be in George Square from Friday 12 to Thursday 18 August.
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Next-gen heat pump could reduce energy and climate crisis
Researchers from the University of Glasgow have developed a new type of heat pump, a flexible heat pump technology, which could help households save on their energy bills and contribute towards net-zero emissions goals.
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GCU Professor explores electric vehicles project during trip to India
Glasgow Caledonian University Professor Emad Farrag has just returned from a visit to Chitkara University in the Punjab region to progress a joint project exploring the impact of electric vehicles on India.
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Transitioning to an to environmental sustainable defence sector
New independent research led by University of Glasgow highlights the views of current and former defence workers on transitioning the defence sector to environmental sustainability.
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University of Glasgow led project sets out to create compostable crop sensors
The £1.8m project called Transient Electronics for Sustainable ICT in Digital Agriculture, is led by researchers from the University of Glasgow and supported by colleagues in Canada, Finland, Poland and Switzerland.
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Strathclyde, SSE Renewables & Renewable Parts sign joint MoU to develop a sustainable wind sector
The University of Strathclyde, the operator of the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland, SSE Renewables, and Renewable Parts Limited (RPL) have announced a new partnership in support of developing a circular and sustainable wind sector in the UK.
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