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Influencing policy on the climate crisis

Learn more about how researchers at The Bartlett are working to influence policy at all scales to help achieve a low-carbon future.

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How do we get to net zero? This question is at the heart of the climate crisis – and one that demands a global response.

As part of The Bartlett's Real World Impact campaign, this animation explores how we're working to influence policy at all scales, partnering with countries, industries and international organisations to help them achieve a low-carbon future by reducing reliance on fossil fuels and cutting carbon emissions. 
 

Credits
Art direction & illustration: Boyle & Perks
Copywriting: George Bull, Eggcorn
Animation: Plastic Horse 
Voiceover: Poppy Chancellor

The case studies featured in this animation are from the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources and the UCL Energy Institute.

Related programmes at The Bartlett

Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment MSc

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Smart Energy and the Built Environment MSc

Gain the skills to be at the forefront of the smart energy revolution and lead the transformation to a sustainable global energy system.

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Sustainable Resources: Economics, Policy and Transitions MSc

In this MSc at the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources, learn how to analyse resource use and transform it towards greater sustainability.

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