Birmingham Centre for Environmental and Energy Economics and Management (BCEEEM)

The Birmingham Centre for Environmental and Energy Economics and Management (BCEEEM) brings together individuals from a variety of disciplines to examine the complex relationship between economic activity and the environment.

 

RESEARCH in BCEEEM

Greening business

Our research covers business ethics and corporate social responsibility, exploring firm-stakeholder relationships, the strategic management of these, and their impacts on company performance and reputation. Learn more. 

Energy efficiency of firms

Our researchers have conducted a number of cutting-edge studies –looking at companies around the world, from Ghana to Japan – to discover more about why this might be. The results provide a deeper insight into how businesses can achieve increased energy efficiency. Learn more. 

ENGAGING WITH POLICY MAKERS

Shaping energy and environmental policy

For the purposes of energy and environmental decision-making, an important challenge is to understand the links between the economy and the environment. Research and expertise from BCEEEM contributes to energy and environmental policy debates in a number of way. Learn more.

Industry and Parliament Trust

In September 2014, BCEEEM collaborated with the Industry and Parliament Trust (IPT), an independent, non-lobbying, non-partisan charity that provides a trusted platform of engagement between Parliament and UK business, to launch the Sustainability Commission. Learn more.

Cold Commission

The ‘cold economy’ is crucial to modern society; without it, the supply of food, medicine and data would, quite simply, collapse. In 2015, the Birmingham Energy Institute launched a Policy Commission, entitled Doing Cold Smarter, to look at cold at a system level, and how to combine the growing demand with the large amounts of waste. Learn more.

Contact

If you are interested in finding out more about BCEEEM or have any queries, please contact Professor David Maddison, BCEEEM Director; d.j.maddison@bham.ac.uk.

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