In this paper, we set out how the state and private firms can work together to ensure transition plans are a tool for reducing emissions in the real economy.
This report aims to identify the true potential of the UK’s hydrogen economy, demystify the role that hydrogen will play in helping the UK reach net zero and evaluate the current state of play of hydrogen development in the North.
Waiting for prosperity: Modelling the economic benefits of reducing elective waiting lists in the NHS
In this report we explore the most pressing bottlenecks in the elective treatment pathways.
Worker surveillance is as old as work itself, but new technology is making it easier and cheaper than ever.
This briefing paper seeks to shine a light on the benefit sanctions regime in universal credit by analysing publicly available data from the Department for Work and Pensions.
There are lessons to learn from the US if the UK is to respond effectively and reap the benefits of the green transition and accelerate its pathway to net zero.
In this report, we take stock of the impacts of the '10-year route to settlement' policy on people’s lives.
1.5°C – dead or alive? The risks to transformational change from reaching and breaching the Paris Agreement goal
A systematic effort is needed to tackle threats and grasp opportunities to make the green transition itself more resilient.
This years State of the North report draws from international experience to show how the UK's regional inequality is not inevitable.
This briefing highlights the gap in investment that the government needs to fill, and the steps that its proposed taskforce needs to take, if energy efficiency is to play its part in reducing energy demand and lowering energy bills.