Over the past fifteen years, we worked to radicalise environmental debate in the UK, giving others the space to push for deeper change in policy, attitudes and values. This has ranged from highlighting the urgency of the problems we face (in Climate Safety and The Green Investment Gap) to producing pioneering research into the potential for transforming our energy system (in Zero Carbon Britain and The Offshore Valuation) to advocating radical policy solutions (in Energy Bonds and Carbon Omissions).
May 3rd, 2008
is presenting Zero Carbon Britain at the Grand Designs Show in London
April 12th, 2007
We are giving a Zero Carbon Britain presentation to the Annual Conference of the Claverton Energy Group, an independent think-tank of renewable energy professionals considering policy and technology solutions for Britain and Europe.
Helping People Change Their World
The Sheila McKechnie Foundation has opened applications for its 2008 awards, inspired by the legacy of Dame Sheila McKechnie.
The awards will begin a search among communities across the UK for
people of all ages who are campaigning to change their world locally
and globally. These will be the people with the potential to set the
agenda for politicians on issues ranging from climate change to support
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Tim Helweg-Larsen, a mechanical engineer won the 2007 Environment Award
for his campaigning on global climate change. Tim launched
zerocarbonbritain, a radical vision of Britain
Rich will be coordinating an Energy Workshop and sitting on an expert panel at the Greater London Authority on January 25th.
The workshop and panel forms part of a day of youth action & education on climate related issues organised by C-Change.
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UPDATE: Dieter Helm has published an excellent report attempting to answer this question, called "Too good to be true? The UK”s Climate Change Record, download it here.
The ESRC”s Research Group on Lifestyles, Values and Environment (RESOLVE) has just published an important initial analysis of the UK”s carbon footprint based on final consumption. From our research on CAT”s Zero Carbon Britain project we”re very aware that further research in this field is casino online sorely needed.
The UK Climate Change Bill proposes to establish legally binding targets for a 60% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions by 2050. This paper discusses the challenges posed by measuring progress towards this target. It takes as a premise that the conventional production-based accounting framework, enshrined in the UNFCCC emissions accounting guidelines, is inappropriate for this task because it fails to account for the carbon
December 8th, 2007
Tim will be addressing the Climate March – promoting Zero Carbon Britain – the event is being organised by the Campaign Against Climate Change – Tim is a member of their best online casino advisory group.
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It is part of a global day of action to put pressure on international policymakers meeting this month in Bali.
November 30th, 2007
Tim & Martin are giving a talk to Hendersons Global Investors on Zero Carbon Britain, carbon pricing and online casino zero-carbon investing.
Henderson has an established track record and has managed funds with social, ethical and environmental dimensions since 1977.
November 9th, 2007
Christian & Rich will be giving a presentation and workshop on climate change and energy depletion at the London College of Communication.
Formerly London College of Printing, LCC is the largest constituent College of the University of the Arts London. The College has around 9,000 students, of all ages and from a variety of backgrounds and cultures. Their staff include successful practitioners in London’s thriving design, photography, broadcasting, publishing, advertising, film, printing, retailing and media industries.
November 14th, 2007
Tim will be presenting Contraction & Convergence at a Policy Frameworks Conference at the Royal Society.
He will also be taking part in a panel discussion on International Climate Change Frameworks with Dr Benito Müller (Oxford University) and Niklas Höhne (Ecofys).