A new article by former LoLo and Loughborough University PhD student by Dr. Daniel Quiggin, Research Fellow, Chatham House
Following announcements from policymakers and car manufacturers last week, The Economist proclaimed the death of the internal combustion engine. With over 70 million new cars manufactured in 2016, and parallel developments in car sharing, production technologies and autonomous vehicles, a large-scale transformation is underway, with significant implications for the future of material demand and GHG emissions.
Aligning sustainability goals with the new industrial revolution is one of the core areas in which the Hoffmann Centre for Sustainable Resource Economy is working to drive change. Through our new website hoffmanncentre.eco we aim to bring clarity to complex issues by publishing trusted evidence, insightful analysis along with high-level meeting summaries, in the Chatham House tradition.
Explore some of the challenges and solutions relating to cars, mobility, and resource use and by following the article links below: