Thomas Sweetman

Environment & Energy Research Fellow, 2008


Thomas is now Senior Policy Officer for Climate Change Mitigation and Energy at the Greater London Authority. During his time at Policy Exchange, Thomas co-wrote four reports for the environment and energy unit and wrote several opinion pieces for the media, including the Guardian.

Thomas Sweetman

Related Posts & Publications

Litterbugs: How to deal with the problem of littering

Litterbugs: How to deal with the problem of littering

Read Publication By Ben Caldecott, Tara Singh, Thomas Sweetman, Alan Lewis, Polly Turton; Foreword by Bill Bryson Litterbugs highlights the blight of littering in the UK, identifies a lack of systematic logic in enforcement policy and proposes new means of cracking...
Warm Homes

Warm Homes

Read Publication Government efforts to improve energy efficiency in the existing housing stock have been slow and expensive. The grants available are too complicated to administer and have had to be applied for on a household-by-household basis, with those that do...
The Root of the Matter

The Root of the Matter

Read Publication By Ben Caldecott, Tara Singh, Thomas Sweetman, Dominick Spracklen, Gil Yaron & Renton Righelato In tackling climate change, policy makers often overlook the role of the natural world in regulating greenhouse gases in the atmosphere: specifically,...
Six Thousand Feet Under: burying the carbon problem

Six Thousand Feet Under: burying the carbon problem

Read Publication By Stuart Haszeldine, Gill Yaron, Edited by Tara Singh, Thomas Sweetman The UK is missing the opportunity to be a world leader in tackling climate change due to Government inaction. This report argues that Carbon Capture and Storage is essential to...
Green Dreams: A decade of missed targets

Green Dreams: A decade of missed targets

Read Publication Green Dreams looks at the Government’s “green” targets over the last ten years highlighting a worrying high failure rate with little to show for hundreds of targets set. Examining the issue in more detail the report looks at exactly what has gone...
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