You will join the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC), a £17m investment by the Research Council’s UK Energy Programme in interdisciplinary energy research spanning 15 universities. UKERC is the UK’s flagship centre undertaking whole systems energy research, with a strong history of policy impact with the UK Government. It also acts as the gateway between the UK and the international energy research communities. » Read the full article
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Research: Quantitative assessment of materials and energy policy – assessing the implications of introducing EU and UK policy in the field of material and energy policy
You will join a Research Council centre called UK INDEMAND which is a five year initiative to reduce the UK’s energy demand through changing our demand of materials and products across the whole supply chain. Within UK INDEMAND your primary role is to assess the introduction of economy wide policies to deliver energy demand reduction from both a whole systems macro perspective and within individual sectors. This is based on the idea that to reduce energy demand of the UK, we must take a broader perspective than just the energy system, considering the indirect energy implications of lifestyle choices. » Read the full article
The Department of Environmental Science, Aarhus University, Roskilde, Denmark is offering two postdoctoral
research positions as part of the projects Go4Baltic and BalticApp; newly funded BONUS research projects on the
sustainable governance of the Baltic Sea. The positions are to be filled as soon as possible.
Description of the positions
General: Both of the Bonus projects BalticAPP (Well-being from the Baltic Sea – applications combining natural
science and economics) and Go4Baltic (Coherent policies and governance of the Baltic Sea Ecosystems) are funded
under the BONUS call 2014, and both projects involve research collaboration between research institutions around the Baltic Sea.