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Energy and environmental issues are never off the agenda in Parliament and this section provides analysis of issues such as energy infrastructure, energy security, climate change and agricultural innovations.
A range of toxic chemicals have become widely distributed throughout the environment as a result of their properties that resist degradation
The UK will see impacts of sea level rise by 2020 and beyond, even if the 2°C warming target is met by 2100.
Intensification of agricultural practices and yields in the UK comes with environmental impacts. Sustainability and resilience will be key, especially in new policies.
A look at the future of energy efficiency and policy in the UK
Aaron has a background in applied mathematics and a PhD in reservoir engineering (for carbon capture and storage - CCS) from Imperial College London. Prior to working at POST he was a post-doctoral researcher at the British Geological Survey.
Jonny has a background in plant ecology with a PhD in plant ecological genetics. He worked as a civil servant in MAFF and Defra before joining POST.