How Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research can Enable a Better Transition Towards a Net Zero Future

Joanne Patterson, Rachel Bray, Gerard Davies, Rebecca Ford

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Abstract

The urgency associated with the need to reach Net Zero GHG cannot be underestimated. Interdisciplinary, collaborative research, often Mission Focussed, and supported by longer term evidence-based research, is needed to inform the Net Zero transition and drive innovation at the speed required to achieve essential targets. This research supports the following: stimulates technological advancement, drives forward societal change, involves multi-stakeholders and its impact is maximised through effective engagement and communication.
As the need for interdisciplinary, collaborative, and Mission Focussed work has increased, so too has the experience across the academic community. Many researchers and partners within UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) funded programmes, including EnergyREV, UKERC, and CREDS, have been building expertise and best practice in developing and delivering these types of research programmes. However, much of this knowledge is fragmented, and held by individual researchers and research groups.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Number of pages19
ISBN (Print)9781 914241314
Publication statusPublished - 31 Jan 2023

Keywords

  • Net Zero
  • gas emissions
  • climate change

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