The Centre for Sustainable Cooling

A first of a kind centre paving the way for a future where sustainable and resilient cooling is not just a technological innovation but a societal transformation. Through the intersection of technology, policy, finance, and human behaviour, we aim to facilitate a world where sustainable, resilient and equitable cooling and cold-chains are recognised for what they really are -  critical infrastructure essential to improving the quality of life for all and safeguarding the planet for generations to come

Our Values

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Cooling

Cooling preventable food loss could feed 1 billion people
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Collaboration

Building connections between experts in academia, governments, industry and local communities
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Innovation

Vaccine loss could have saved 1.5 billion lives annually due to inadequate cooling transport and storage
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Economisation

Developing future-proofed business models that will benefit the economy
 
 

Ground-breaking work by Dr Christopher Green, is looking at how future disease outbreaks might be better controlled using unmanned aerial vehicles (popularly known as drones) to deliver vaccine doses to remote parts of Rwanda. 

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"Cooling is the backbone of our society. It’s an invisible industry, sustaining food and pharma"


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