The big business of sustainable food production and consumption: Exploring the transition to alternative proteins
Josephine Mylan and John Andrews have written an article which has been published by the prestigious article Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences based on sustainable food production and consumption.
Fatima Ibrahim to speak at SCI Annual Lecture
Co-founder and director of the youth movement Green New Deal Rising Fatima Ibrahim will give the Sustainable Consumption Institute Annual Lecture 2023.
Sustainable consumption by product substitution? An exploration of the appropriation of plant-based ‘mylk’ in everyday life
Josephine Mylan has co-authored an article in the journal Consumption and Society, “Sustainable consumption by product substitution? An exploration of the appropriation of plant-based ‘mylk’ in everyday life”.
‘Facilitating the transition to net zero’ and institutional change in the Bank of England: Perceptions of the environmental mandate and its policy implications within the British state
James Jackson has published an article with Dan Bailey from Manchester Metropolitan University in Sage Journals focusing on the Bank of England and its environmental mandate in relation to net zero.
The Rise of Anti-Net Zero Populism in the UK: Comparing Rhetorical Strategies for Climate Policy Dismantling
Professor Matthew Paterson, Stanley Wilshire and Dr Paul Tobin have written an article discussing the rise of anti-net zero populism in relation to climate change policy in the UK between 2021 and 2022.
Towards new ecologies of automation: Robotics and the re-engineering of nature
A research article exploring the use and interaction of automation technologies and robotics in the environment including in engineering nature.