Climate Change

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

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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

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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!

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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

Presenting Zero Carbon Britain at COP22

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Sharing a platform with inspiring people and organisations from across the world, Paul Allen has been presenting CAT’s Zero Carbon Britain research to new audiences at the UN climate... Read More

New perspectives on adaptation and resilience

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Donald Trump’s election as US president has opened pressing new conversations around the resilience of the climate movement and its need to adapt to this new circumstance – but... Read More

Cross-pollination day at COP22

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Paul Allen reports from day four at the Marrakech climate change talks. Today I don’t have any formal commitments to give presentations or to meet people, which means it... Read More

Mood remains positive at COP22

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The ‘emissions gap’ is now formally recognised by the UN, and innovative projects are emerging to deal with it. Paul Allen reports from Marrakech. The USA Pavilion was very... Read More

It’s Trump – what now for climate action?

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What are the implications for international action on climate change of the election of Donald Trump? There’s shock all round in the environmental movement as the news sinks in... Read More

“Facilitative dialogues” – Paul Allen at the UN climate talks

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Marrakech is turning out to be a different kind of meeting from Paris, but that does not make it less important, in fact quite the opposite.  If Paris was... Read More

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