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.
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.
At the upcoming CAT Conference, October 5-7 2018, Peter Harper will be giving a keynote talk on the urgency of changes needed to meet environmental challenges, and how recent technical developments could help us succeed.
Rosemary Randall will be running a workshop at this year’s CAT conference from the 5th to the 7th of October on how to make our conversations about climate change more fruitful and less conflictual. Here she explains some of the ideas behind her approach.
CAT Architecture student projects on display at end of year show
Dreaming of a Zero Carbon Christmas? Paul Allen has been exploring the possibilities with a group of visionaries at London’s Young Vic Theatre.
In celebration of the Tree Charter’s ‘National Tree Week’, we caught up with Conservation Development Assistant Alex Chadwick to see how you can get involved!
How best can we restore and protect lost habitats to help create a place where nature can thrive? Ross Mackenzie joined a recent rewilding course at CAT to find out.
Paul Allen reports from his travels around Ireland as part of the innovative Convergence Festival.