Recognising the urgent need for equitable solutions, this theme aims to address the social, economic, and environmental dimensions of climate action.

Researchers explore cutting-edge technologies that promote clean energy generation, storage, transport, smart systems, energy efficiency, and sustainable resource management with a focus on conceptualising and developing innovative technologies to enable a just transition to a sustainable future.

Additionally, we investigate the social implications of new technologies, ensuring that vulnerable communities are not left behind.

By fostering collaboration between scientists, policymakers, and communities, we strive to create a transition that is both environmentally sound and socially equitable.

Theme Leads

Mr Chris Bailey

Mr Chris Bailey

Business Development Manager, Materials Science and Engineering

Professor Ian Mabbett

Professor, Chemistry
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