Climate Change

10 ways we can reclaim our energy supply

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Community Energy, Front Page, Policy and Politics, Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy Blog, ZCBlog, Zero Carbon Britain

Would you like to live in a zero carbon future, where a whole new approach to energy has delivered benefits not just for the planet, but also for people... Read More

Zero Carbon Wales on the agenda for AMs

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Front Page, Policy and Politics, Press releases, ZCBlog, Zero Carbon Britain

Today we launch our new report, Zero Carbon Britain: Making it Happen, at a special event in the National Assembly for Wales. Sponsored by Mid and West AM Simon... Read More

Building for a zero carbon future

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Front Page, Green Building, Policy and Politics, Sustainability, Sustainable Architecture Blog, ZCBlog, Zero Carbon Britain

Would you like to live or work in a warm, draft free, healthy space that is easy and cost effective to heat? Transforming our leaky buildings to make them... Read More

Creating a zero carbon transport system

This blog is posted in: Bike Blog, Blog, Climate Change, Front Page, Green Living, Low Carbon Living, Policy and Politics, Transport, ZCBlog, Zero Carbon Britain

Would you like to be able to walk and cycle more easily and safely? To breathe clean air and enjoy a reliable, affordable public transport system?     Transforming... Read More

A food system fit for a zero carbon future

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Food and Restaurant, Front Page, Green Living, Low Carbon Living, Policy and Politics, ZCBlog, Zero Carbon Britain

Can you imagine a future where our diets are healthier, more varied and sustainable?     Reforming our high carbon, low quality food system will be a complex challenge,... Read More

Introducing Zero Carbon Britain: Making it Happen

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Front Page, Graduate School, Policy and Politics, ZCBlog, Zero Carbon Britain

Since the Paris climate agreement, there has been increasing acceptance that we must move towards a zero carbon future, and that we have all the technical solutions to do... Read More

Can archaeology save our seas? Borth coastal defence scheme and human adaptation

This blog is posted in: Adaptation, Blog, Climate Change, Front Page, Graduate School, GSE Student Blogs, Sustainability, Sustainability and Adaptation Student Blogs

Landscape archaeologist and CAT MSc student Jemma Bezant looks at how messages from the past about human adaptation and resilience can resonate today in the face of coastal erosion... Read More

CAT and OXFAM Changemakers

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Education, Front Page

In a one-day collaborative workshop CAT’s own education officer Ann MacGarry worked alongside an educator from OXFAM to deliver a workshop for teachers in Cardiff entitled Exploring the refugee... Read More

Doing what’s required at COP22

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Front Page, News and Press Releases, Paul's Blogs, Policy and Politics, Renewable Energy, ZCBlog, Zero Carbon Britain

On his way back to CAT from the UN climate talks in Marrakech, Paul Allen sums up a conference filled with hope and ambition. Having now completed my final... Read More

Team COP22 – an important role for everyone!

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Front Page, News and Press Releases, Policy and Politics, ZCBlog, Zero Carbon Britain

Paul Allen at the UN climate conference in Marrakech. COP22 is rapidly filling up with a very powerful team. To play my part, I offered another Zero Carbon Britain... Read More

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