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Ted Christie-Miller

Policy Fellow

Ted Christie-Miller joined Onward in January 2019 and went on to lead Onward’s Getting to Zero research programme. Previously, he worked in the Public Policy Unit at Instinctif Partners. He graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2018 with a Masters degree in History. He now works for BeZero Carbon, where he is Head of Carbon Removals.

How to drive innovation to meet net zero
The labour market challenge posed by net zero – and the opportunity to boost earnings and productivity if we get it right.
​​Exploring the political and economic challenges of decarbonising the twelve most carbon-intensive industries in the UK
Exploring the UK’s decarbonisation progress, and the potential geographical and political impacts of the transition to net zero emissions.
The report calls for the Treasury to create a national development bank to unlock £16 billion in capital for investment.
How to save sports clubs from collapse during the pandemic.
The Times

Research Fellow Ted Christie-Miller wrote for Times Red Box on what the Conservative Party needs to do to reconnect with young people.

City AM

Policy Fellow Ted Christie-Miller writes for City AM about why real action on climate change will come from big emitters and governments, not just consumer change.

City AM

Onward's new Policy Fellow, Ted Christie-Miller, writes for CityAM about the need for Conservatives to prioritise net zero commitments as the election approaches.

Yorkshire Post

Ted Christie-Miller writes for the Yorkshire Post, making the case for an innovation drive to power a green energy revolution.