Decarbonising Singapore’s Energy System in the Context of Cooling

The Carbon Trust has worked on a report with WWF-Singapore to explore the role of clean cooling in decarbonizing Singapore’s energy system, looking at solutions and providing recommendations to […]

Net-Zero and Resource Efficient by 2050: Decarbonising Domestic Heat

To reach net zero and reduce its dependancy on natural gas, the UK has to stop using gas as its source of domestic heat. This study, […]

The vital role of nature-based solutions in a nature positive economy

This report is a first step in addressing knowledge gaps in the potential economic benefits of Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) and the challenges facing NatureBased Enterprises (NBE). […]

Cold Chain Energy Efficiency in India: Analysis of Energy Efficiency Opportunities in Pack-Houses

Recognizing the potential scale of cold chain infrastructure development in India and the need for a holistic approach on different development pathways, the BEE and the […]

EPEE’s five steps towards sustainable cooling

=As the climate is warming, the demand for cooling is expected to grow, triggered by global trends such as increasing urbanisation and digitalisation. With its #CountOnCooling […]

PxFOR HOT CITIES: Climate Resilience Through Urban Greening and Cooling in Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Urban Cooling Collaborative (LAUCC) is a multi-disciplinary, national partnership of researchers and expert practitioners working with communities and government toward the goal of […]

China’s Cooling Imperative


Europe’s Most Chilling Crime – The illegal trade in HFC refrigerant gases

Despite a brief dip in carbon dioxide emissions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the world is still heading for a temperature rise in excess of 3°C […]

On thin ice: the political economy of cooling in a warming world

We highlight the work of E3G to map the political economy of cooling in a warming world. Sustainable cooling is an integral component of achieving the Kigali […]