Publications

All Policy Exchange publications are free to download in .pdf format. You can also purchase hard copies of the majority of our reports – check each individual report page for details.

Environment & Energy Publications

Negotiating the Next Climate Change Treaty

Negotiating the Next Climate Change Treaty

This report not only sets out an alternative approach for the next climate change treaty; it also develops the reasoning behind it. While the result will be imperfect and is not, by design, as cost-effective as a Kyoto-style approach would have been if it had worked, the approach outlined has a much greater chance of actually delivering significant cuts in greenhouse gas emissions. In fact, as the case of HFCs demonstrates, it already has.

At a Rate of Knots: Improving public transport on the River Thames

At a Rate of Knots: Improving public transport on the River Thames

, and

At a Rate of Knots argues that we can make much more of the river Thames for very little cost, producing a new, integrated and expanded service which will offer a great new option for many of London’s commuters. The river is a core part of London’s identity yet it is cut off from its transport network. This report sets out how to correct this.

Green skies thinking: Promoting the development and commercialisation of sustainable bio-jet fuels

Green skies thinking: Promoting the development and commercialisation of sustainable bio-jet fuels

Green Skies Thinking recommends the setting of achievable and enforceable targets for replacing standard kerosene jet fuel with bio-jet fuel from 2020, through the implementation of an EU-wide Sustainable Bio-jet Fuel Blending Mandate. This would result in reductions of greenhouse gas emissions from the UK and EU aviation sectors of 15% in 2020 and 60% in 2050 relative to current predictions.

Stay Up To Date

Latest Tweets

RT @HughMilward A great discussion with @realVickyPryce and @MikeAmesbury at the Policy Exchange fringe #Lab18. To support gig workers we need to start with school children learning computer science and ICT, plus human skills of creativity, critical thinking & empathy pic.twitter.com/z0Q5…