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University of Sussex magazine, Falmer, wins global excellence award

The University of Sussex has won a worldwide global excellence award for its annual alumni magazine, Falmer.

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Sussex’s Science Policy Research Unit hosts Transformative technologies in energy, buildings and transport event in Westminster

In February 2019 the University of Sussex’s Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) and Sussex Energy Group hosted a panel discussion and networking event to discuss the 'Transformative technologies in energy, buildings and transport'.

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Hydropowered countries suffer higher levels of poverty, corruption and debt, Sussex professor finds

A recent study by the University of Sussex and the International School of Management, Germany has compared the security, political governance, economic development and climate change performance of major hydropower facilities in different countries.

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Sussex students turn search engine hits into trees

Three campaigning students from the University of Sussex, have helped Sussex become the most active university in the world to use an environmentally-friendly search engine.

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Not-for-profit founder and Sussex alumni to win prestigious British Council award

Réjane Woodroffe, who graduated from Sussex’s MSc Development Economics in 2005 has been awarded the Social Impact Award at the British Council’s global Study UK Alumni Awards.

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How can people help save the planet from the climate crisis?

A major new European study co-authored by a University of Sussex Professor Benjamin Sovacool, Director of the Sussex Energy Group, has found that individuals have as big a role to play in tackling climate change.

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Sussex asks, can veganism save the planet?

Hosted at the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts at the University of Sussex, the panel discussion centred around veganism and whether it could ‘save the planet’ or whether it is a small part in a much bigger climate conundrum.

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University of Sussex world’s best for development studies for third year running

The University of Sussex has been ranked number one in the world for development studies for the third consecutive year in the QS World University Rankings by Subject.

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What’s the link between African protests and corruption?

Professor Dan Hough, course leader for the Corruption and Governance MA (online) at the University of Sussex and Moletsane Monyake, National University of Lesotho, have recently written an article for the Washington Post exploring the scale of corruption in Africa and its relation to mass protests.

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China and the narratives of corruption

Professor Dan Hough, course leader for the Corruption and Governance MA (online) at the University of Sussex and PhD student Yang Wu wrote for The Independent, on Xi Jinping’s leadership of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and battle against corruption in China.

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