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.
On Thursday 5th July students from CAT’s Part 2 Architecture programme took part in a special event at the Royal Academy of Arts in London to explore ‘the future of architectural education and practice’.
A company founded by a CAT graduate is celebrating a win as British Renewable Energy Installer of the Year.
Would you like to study in an immersive environment with passionate and knowledgeable people? Come to our Graduate School open day and you’ll have the chance to meet our masters students, speak to lecturers, find out more about each of our courses and decide if an environmental masters degree at CAT is for you.
This year we are delighted that we are again able to offer the Sir John Houghton bursary of £4,500 to a promising student who demonstrates that they have an excellent academic record and a passion for tackling climate change.
With extreme weather events increasingly in frequency and intensity, it’s vital that we provide adequate shelter for vulnerable and displaced people. CAT graduate Maria del Mar Rodriguez Yebra explores the use of bamboo in emergency shelters.
We’re pleased to announce that CAT’s Graduate School of the Environment has received a positive rating for its teaching standards from the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), the university equivalent of Ofsted.
On Tuesday evening a new amazing space at CAT was revealed on Channel 4’s George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces.
This June, join us at Build It Live Bicester as we demonstrate sustainable building materials and techniques in the ‘Centre for Alternative Technology Demo Zone’.
The Paris Agreement will only be successful if we are willing to embrace the collective challenge we face and move forward together. As the urgency to act increases and expectations ahead of COP24 intensify, a new process kicks in. Paul Allen attends the latest UNFCCC summit.