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Associate Professor Andrew Chapman and his colleagues have been awarded a British Academy research grant for their research project.

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A research project by Associate Professor Andrew Chapman (Multiscale Science and Engineering for Energy and the Environment Thrust) and his colleagues has been selected for funding by the British Academy for a fair transition to decarbonization in the Asia-Pacific region.

The program, funded by the UK’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), provides funding for UK and overseas-based researchers in the humanities and social sciences, regardless of career, to conduct research on a just transition to decarbonization in the Asia-Pacific region. Chapman and his team will conduct research on a just transition to decarbonization in the Asia-Pacific region.

Associate Professor Chapman and his team will pursue an international research collaboration entitled “Just Transitions to a Net-Zero Sustainable Society in Japan.

 

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