The Paris workshop brought together specialists in the field of transport from across academia and industry to discuss the modelling of transport demand.
How do we communicate well about climate change on social media when so there is so much polarisation and misinformation?
So you want to live a life that promotes the wellbeing of the planet and the others who live on it with you. You’ve even got some great...
As the year comes to a close, the Resource Efficiency Collective team have looked back on the last 12 months. We’ve published several papers, celebrated Jonathan’s promotion to professor, shared skills and...
This year we pulled together simple guides to terms that we often use in our research. This is because we want to make our work accessible to people...
Stanford has recently listed Professor Jonathan Cullen in the top 2% of researchers in the field of energy for 2021.
On Monday, the Refficiency collective piled into two cars to head up to Holkham on the Norfolk coastline for a team day out.
To kick off the academic year, several members of the Refficiency Collective travelled to Vienna for the 14th ISIE Socio-economic metabolism conference.
For World Statistics Day 2022, we are celebrating by sharing some important and some lighthearted statistics from the Resource Efficiency Collective.
Disaster risk reduction requires collaboration from across disciplines and cultures. Luke Cullen developed a machine learning framework for disaster response.