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ClimateXChange - Scotland's centre of expertise on climate change

Success factors in community energy

Why do some communities get their renewables project idea up and running while others don't? Our new report identifies the social factors that are key to success for community energy projects. It looks at the various stages of development, from idea to operation.

The Scottish Government has a target of 500 megawatts of community and locally-owned renewable energy by 2020. Alongside our new report we are supporting the Government's efforts through workshops and by coordinating research on community energy in Scotland.

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Measuring adaptation

We are working with the Adaptation Sub Committee of the Committee on Climate Change to understand how Scotland is adapting to the impacts of climate change. In 2014, we will be collaborating closely to develop metrics for assessing adaptation.

Read more about our adaptation indicator work

Energy and People: attitudes, behaviours and policies

How can we create more effective policies for demand reduction and decarbonisation?

Download presentations from leading researchers on attitudes, behaviours and energy governance at individual and community-levels from our recent event.

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Drawing the renewable route map

The Scottish Government's Routemap for Renewable Energy looks at progress towards Scotland's targets and where next.

Our experts have provided data and analysis across a range of issues.

Read more about our study of Equality and gender in the renewables industry

Perennial energy crops

What is the the cost and potential for carbon abatement from the UK perennial energy crop market?

We took part in a workshop with a range of partner organisations to find out.

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Best wishes for a
Green Christmas
and a
Climate-Friendly
New Year

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A network of expertise

No-one knows the British climate like the Met office. So we are constantly improving how we work with them, most recently at a two-day workshop to look at policy case studies and how to better share knowledge, data and analysis.

The Met Office is only one of our many partners - from those working on practical actions to adapt to the impacts of climate change, to other networks of academics such as the UK Energy Research Centre.

Read more about how we work
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Creating conversations

Policy makers, academics and practitioners need to come up with innovative solutions to some of the big challenges from climate change.

At ClimateXChange we specialise in creating the dialogues that exchange knowledge between all involved.

Read more about knowledge exchange
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