The UN climate change talks (COP24) in Poland drew to a close yesterday with the announcement of an agreed set of rules for the Paris climate process. Paul Allen shares his thoughts on the talks, and looks at what must happen now.
If you’re trying to make this year’s celebrations a little bit more eco, look no further than our top tips for low carbon cooking and sustainable stocking-stuffers.
Following on from the release of the ‘Raising Ambition: Zero Carbon Scenarios from Around the Globe’ report in September 2018, the Zero Carbon Britain team, Paul Allen and Isabel Bottoms, are interviewing some of the modellers behind works featured in the report.
This time we interviewed Christian Breyer, Professor of Solar Economy, to find out what insights he could share.
As we approach the next round of UN climate talks*, Paul Allen talks to Professor Kevin Anderson about what the international community must do to prevent climate breakdown.
Rumours of strange, unfamiliar creatures in the woods around CAT have caused much excitement over the past few weeks.
Woodland Officer Alex Chadwick is hoping a pine marten has come to stay.
Paul Allen shared CAT’s Zero Carbon Britain solutions with the many hundreds of deeply committed climate active citizens who braved the rain on Saturday the 1st of December to march together on Downing Street.
In the Welsh seaside town of Aberystwyth, an innovative environmental group has been formed to tackle food waste. CAT graduate Chris Woodfield introduces Aber Food Surplus.
Challenging the idea that environmental protection puts jobs at risk, Anne Chapman looks at how tackling climate change could create work and improve the health of the UK economy.
Adrian Ramsay, Chief Executive of the Centre for Alternative Technology, has informed the Charity’s Board of Trustees that he will be stepping down from his role in late January 2019. He will be moving to a new senior leadership role in the environmental sector based in his home county of Norfolk.
Fighting climate change isn’t an unresolved technical challenge, we have all the tools and technologies we need. Paul Allen, project coordinator for Zero Carbon Britain asks you to join us on the 1st of December at the UK Climate March in London and to make sure that your voice is heard. Paul Allen will be attending as a speaker focusing on what the solutions to our current predicament are.