The Institute for
Carbon and Energy Reduction in Transport
The Institute for Carbon and Energy Reduction in Transport (ICERT) was established in 2008, running until 2013. The following page is an archived resource.
Researchers examined the effectiveness of various technical solutions in cutting the greenhouse gases emitted by cars and other road transport. Their aim was to understand what is needed for the implementation of practical low carbon transport.
Operating at the interface of Engineering Science and Social Science, ICERT used a whole-systems approach to create new transport technologies. Their philosophy was that for any low-carbon transport model to be truly useful it must take account of the interactions between technology and society and the complexity of interactions that need to be understood.
ICERT invented new technologies and approaches and advised governments and industry in order to increase the rate and effectiveness of carbon reduction.
ICERT was an interdisciplinary research programme that examined the effectiveness of various technical solutions in cutting the greenhouse gases emitted by cars and other road transport. They sought to understand what is needed for the implementation of practical low carbon transport. The Institute was led by Co- Directors, Dr Malcolm McCulloch and Professor David Banister both of whom are now Oxford Martin Experts and continue to contribute their advice and research insights to the Oxford Martin School's work on global future challenges.
Creating a climate for change: counting down to the 2015 UN climate negotiations
Hands off the wheel: Nathan Koren
Hands off the wheel: Susan Claris
Hands off the wheel: Natalie Day & Dr Malcolm McCulloch
Hands off the wheel: Q&A session
Peggie: Pushing the frontiers of vehicle efficiency
How soon will we have zero carbon cars?
When will driverless vehicles become a reality?
What does the future of transport look like?
Malcolm McCulloch on the Smart Meter and the Customer
Malcolm McCulloch on Privacy and the Smart Meter
Increasing well-being while mitigating the impacts of growth
Reinventing Fire: Profitable Solutions to Climate, Oil, and Proliferation
Director Interview: Malcolm McCulloch
Carbon and energy reduction in transport
Freedom from oil
Creating the Future Economy- WEF Summer Davos 2012
Integrated Transport: From Policy to Practice
Transport Reviews—The 30th Anniversary of the Journal
Land Use and Transport: European Research Towards Integrated Policies: European Perspectives on Integrated Policies
Unsustainable Transport: City Transport in the New Century
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