To recover from COVID, cities must focus on achieving the SDGs

Francesco Papa, graduate of Imperial’s MSc Climate Change Finance and Management and consultant at UrbanDNA, blogs on why cities are…

My dream 10-point plan for adapting to the effects of climate change

Kathryn Brown, Head of Adaptation at the UK Climate Change Committee (CCC) and Honorary Grantham Research Fellow, blogs on what…

Doctors, academics, faith leaders representing millions of people and MPs demand Boris Johnson comes up with a climate plan

Today, Prime Minister Boris Johnson received what the i newspaper calls a “flurry of letters” from doctors, academics, religious leaders,…

Accounting matters: Is the UK taking enough responsibility for their share in global greenhouse gas emissions?

Imperial undergraduate Lisa Winkler, who recently completed an Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme at the Grantham Institute, blogs on her experience…

Climate Launchpad: From inspired ideas to ground-breaking, planet-saving innovations

Naveed Chaudhry, Accelerator Lead at the Centre for Climate Change Innovation (Grantham Institute – Climate Change and the Environment), introduces…

COVID-19 response: Why government must accelerate a green recovery at the local level – and how you can help

Dr Neil Jennings, Partnership Development Manager at the Grantham Institute, considers how a coronavirus recovery plan that prioritises climate action…

Why Black Lives Matter for the Grantham Institute, climate change and the environment

On 2 June, the Grantham Institute endorsed a statement made by Imperial College London on Twitter, supporting the Black staff, students, alumni and others in our community. The statement was made during global protests at the death of a Black man, George Floyd, in police custody in Minneapolis in the United States. We stand, alongside Imperial, in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and its aims to end racism and violence against Black people everywhere.