If we want to reach climate targets, then we need to invest in rail infrastructure in low and lower-middle-income countries.
A whitepaper has made the case for significantly expanding rail in low- and lower-middle-income countries to reach climate goals and provide economic benefits.
New research has shown that raising the temperature of frozen food by just 3°C could safely reduce food loss and cut carbon emissions.
Experts from the University of Birmingham are calling for global cooling and cold chain to be considered as critical infrastructure.
The Mobility Futures Forum will explore future pathways and solutions to address the challenges around the future of sustainable mobility.
CIP has launched their fourth Low Carbon Energy Solutions Innovator Challenge, designed for innovators who are developing low carbon energy solutions.
New research from the University of Birmingham shows that the electronic structure of metals can strongly affect their mechanical properties.