Ipsos MORI’s Charities research team was set up more than 20 years ago. We are an enthusiastic team of specialist researchers with years of experience conducting research on behalf of charities, Royal Societies, social enterprises, and the voluntary sector. The charity team closely works with topic-specialist teams, such as the Environment and Energy team, the Health team, the Education, Children and Families team, and the International team. This makes sure that the research we conduct is underpinned by both a broader understanding of how the sector works, and by in-depth issue-specific knowledge.
The Ipsos MORI Environment and Energy research team works with leading organisations in the UK, Europe and globally across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. We have a strong track record applying social research, monitoring and evaluation approaches to understand society and business response to a wide range of environmental, energy and sustainable living issues.
Ipsos MORI research for the Energy Networks Association explores consumer attitudes to smart meter data being used to more effectively manage the UK electricity network.
Ben Marshall blogs on our public dialogue research for Innovate UK focused on the key choices faced by cities and what urban citizens value most.
Citizens want technology to make life in our future cities easier, but also prioritise equality of access and social interaction. Through an extended public dialogue Ipsos MORI and experts explored citizen preferences and priorities for Innovate UK.
The public hugely underestimate the scientific consensus on the causes of climate change, and are very mixed in their own views about how far human activity contributes to it.
Leo Cremonezi's thoughts on the potential of the marriage between big data and machine learning.
We are methodological and public policy experts based in London, Edinburgh, Belfast and Manchester. Our staff either specialise in research methods or are dedicated to understanding a particular policy area like policing, health or the economy. Since we also have a presence right across the UK, we understand what the issues are in your local area.
Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute remains committed to sharing the messages from our research, in the belief that a better understanding of public attitudes will lead to better policy and practice.
Alexandra Palmqvist Aslaksen and Darren Fleetwood look at how salient an issue climate change is for the public and consider whether the UK government has a public mandate for taking forward the Paris climate agreement.
International research from Ipsos Global @dvisor and expert commentary from our Reputation Council members underline the growing challenge facing the worldwide energy industry, says Robert Knight.