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climate policy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 74 climate policy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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3-year PhD studentship on “Innovation and Policy Acceleration” at SPRU, University of Sussex Business School (2024)

This 3-year PhD studentship on “Innovation and Policy Acceleration” will explore the potential for using technical innovation, finance, policy change, or even social change to accelerate progress towards tacking pressing social problems such as climate change, energy insecurity, poverty, healthcare, or industrial manufacturing (among others). Read more

Strategic Macroeconomic Policy Interactions and the Optimal Design of Institutions

This PhD project is based on the theory of economic policy in a strategic context research agenda, which analyses (macro-)economic policy with the use of game theory, hence becoming essentially a theory of conflict resolution, social compromise and designing relevant institutions (Acocella et al., 2013). Read more

Shaping Protective Behaviour: Optimising the Communication of Climate Change Health Statistics

The Centre for National Training and Research Excellence in Understanding behaviour (Centre-UB) is inviting applications for a Doctoral Studentship in association with our collaborative partner Office for National Statistics to start in October 2024. Read more

Quantifying Discretisation Error in Climate Models

A significant challenge in climate models is discretisation error. even on cutting-edge hardware it is impossible to use fine enough discretisations to resolve underlying physics, which can have a significant impact on modelling results. Read more

Evaluating the Just Transition to effect policy change

It is an undeniable fact that the world faces environmental and climate crises of epic proportions. What is also clear to see is the social and political impacts of these crises across states and societies. Read more

The Impact of Climate Change on Timber in Construction

Construction delivery and operation accounts for 34% global final energy use and 37% energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions whilst extracting finite resources and destroying natural habitats. Read more

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