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Kate Scott

Kate Scott

Researcher in Climate Mitigation, University of Leeds

I have recently completed a PhD on the integration of embodied emissions into UK climate policy. My research includes: climate mitigation, consumption-based emissions accounting, resource efficiency, low carbon transitions and scenario analysis.

Climate Change Series

After Paris, UK's latest 'carbon budget' just isn't ambitious enough

Jul 04, 2016 18:51 pm UTC| Insights & Views Nature Law

A major new climate policy was announced by the UK government on June 30, almost unnoticed in the Brexit aftermath. The medias focus on Westminster backstabbing meant the countrys latest carbon budget, widely heralded as...

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Economy

SpaceX greenlighted to provide Starlink internet service to airplanes, ships

SpaceX has been granted permission to extend its satellite-based internet service to mobile vehicles, including ships, RVs, planes, cars, and other similar vehicles. The approval came from the US government. As per CNN...

Daily Harvest sued by customers for getting sick after consumption of its Crumbles product

Daily Harvest, a company specializing in healthy meal kits, has been hit with lawsuits after some consumers claimed they got sick after consuming the brands French Lentil and Leek Crumbles. Daily Harvest already issued...

Kohl’s aborts talks to sell its business to Franchise Group

Kohls, an American department store retail chain operated by Kohls Corporation, has ended its sales talks with the Franchise Group, a Virginia Beach, Virginia headquartered publicly traded holding company that acquires and...

Boeing reportedly dismayed as Chinese airlines choose to purchase Airbus planes

Boeing Co. reportedly expressed disappointment when three major Chinese state-owned airlines decided to buy airplane units from Airbus. In response to the new jet orders placed by the airlines for Airbus, the American...

Samsung Electronics rolls out platform to allow gaming on smart TVs

Samsung Electronics has launched a new service called the gaming hub to let users play games on their smart TVs. This means users can easily and instantly access game streaming content, and no console or PC is needed as...

Politics

Iran: Foreign minister says Tehran is ready to provide political solution in Turkey-Syria tensions

Over the weekend, Irans foreign minister Hossein Amirabdollahian said Tehran is prepared to provide a political solution to ease tensions between Turkey and Syria. The proposal comes amidst concerns that Turkey may decide...

Russia-Ukraine conflict: Russia withdraws from Snake Island, Black Sea outpost

Russia continues to wage war on Ukraine for the fourth month since the invasion in February, creating blockades in the Black Sea to disrupt exports. This week, in a victory for Ukraine, Russian forces withdrew from the...

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi takes communion at papal Mass in rebuke to US bishops

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was under scrutiny by the church in her home city of San Francisco over her support for abortion. Despite a bar from taking communion in her local church, Pelosi was seen accepting communion...

Afghanistan: Religious, ethnic leaders address girls' education during national gathering

Religious and ethnic leaders in Afghanistan all came together this week in the national unity gathering organized by the Taliban. During the event, the issue of girls education was addressed despite having no women in...

Science

New S. Korean technology repairs car scratches through sunlight exposure

The Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology has developed a new self-healing coating material that repairs car surface scratches through sunlight exposure. To change their chemical properties and make high...

Sea lettuce used as cow feed may lower marine ecosystem threat

A joint study conducted by a local feed manufacturer and Konkuk University showed that cows fed with a newly developed feed containing sea lettuce emitted 28 percent less methane gas than those who werent. Cows fed sea...

S. Korean scientists develop robot skin that senses tactile stimuli, self heals

A research team from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has developed a robot skin that can sense external tactile stimuli and recover from injury when damaged. The newly developed robot skin...

Absolut enlists startup's help in developing fiber-based bottle cap

The Absolut Company is enlisting the help of Swedish start-up Blue Ocean Closures in developing a fiber-based closure cap for its Absolut Vodka bottle. The caps design uses a combination of sustainably sourced FSC fiber...

S. Korea to produce biodegradable plastic with seaweed

South Koreas Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries and a research team at Pohang University of Science and Technology will begin developing technology that uses marine plants to produce biodegradable plastic material. Among...

Technology

EA unveils ‘Skate 4’ ‘pre-pre-pre-alpha’ gameplay trailer

Skate 4 was announced nearly two years ago, but fans might still have to wait a long time before the game is released. EA and developer Full Circle released the latest trailer for the game, but it is not the usual teaser...

MacBook Air with M2 chip could arrive in stores in mid-July

The retail launch of the redesigned MacBook Air is reportedly close, with new information claiming that Apple fans will soon be able to pre-order the device. It appears that the tech giant is on track to release the new...

‘God of War: Ragnarok’ producer tells fans game is not delayed

Fans appear to be getting more impatient with the lack of updates and new teasers for God of War: Ragnarok. While Santa Monica Studio has yet to release new information, the game producer Cory Barlog assured fans that it...

Apple to implement legally-mandated external payment options in S. Korea

US tech giant Apple Inc. will allow alternative payment options for apps sold in South Korea in compliance with a law that bans app store operators from forcing their in-app payment systems. Developers whose apps a...

Samsung becomes first to mass-produce 3-nanometer nodes beating TSMC

South Koreas Samsung Electronics beat Taiwans TSMC in becoming the worlds first chipmaker to begin mass production of 3-nanometer process nodes. Both TSMC and Intel, which have made significant investments in the...
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