Growing international demand for cooling is set to drive one of the most substantial increases in greenhouse gas emissions in history – but the risks and benefits of sustainable cooling remain a global blind spot, according to research.
The arrival of summer in the Northern Hemisphere has caused increased interest, from both the research community and the public at large, about the possibility that warmer weather might slow the spread of COVID-19.
Overcoming the incumbency and barriers to sustainable cooling
Future of Cooling Newsletter: December 2022
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Circular economy for cooling: A review to develop a systemic framework for production networks
UK net zero strategies are overlooking something vital: how to cool buildings amid rising temperatures
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