12th April 2021 Short Course Join CAT Masters students for an in-depth week on harnessing solar power. Gain an in-depth understanding of solar energy, including solar electric (photovoltaic) and solar thermal hot water, learning from…Read More
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Centre for Alternative Technology
Radical action is needed if we are to avoid dangerous climate breakdown. CAT offers practical solutions and hands-on learning to help create a zero carbon world.
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Gain practical tips and explore sustainability with CAT. Includes a new series of free webinars.
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CAT at Home
Explore sustainable solutions from your home or garden with online resources from CAT.
Whether you’re keen to use your time at home to learn more about solutions to the climate and biodiversity emergency or are looking for fun wildlife activities to keep the kids connected to nature, we’ve got lots of online resources to help.
12th April 2021 Short Course Applying closed-loop, circular design principles to the built environment. Join students from CAT’s Graduate School of the Environment for a week long delve into closed-loop design in the build environment,…Read More
14th April 2021 Graduate School Open Days and Events Join us for the next in our series of free online webinars. On 14 April, environmental consultant, author and guest lecturer at CAT’s Graduate School of the Environment, Callum Hill,…Read More
Graduate School of the Environment
Gain the knowledge and skills to help address environmental change. CAT’s postgraduate courses are respected across the world, providing a big-picture, integrated approach to sustainability.
Zero Carbon Britain
To tackle climate change, all emissions that can go to zero must go to zero – as rapidly as possible. CAT’s Zero Carbon Britain research shows how this can be done using technology available today.
24th March 2021 Around three-quarters of local authorities in the UK have already declared a climate emergency. CAT’s Anna Bullen and Anthony Hurford look at how to move beyond declarations towards effective action.Read More
24th March 2021 Hannah Gardiner and Gerard Baker are current MSc students at CAT, who last year launched the Transformation Prize – an innovation award for environmental and social projects, open to CAT…Read More
24th March 2021 The Centre for Alternative Technology was a member of the creative team for the initial research and development phase of Collective Cymru’s successful bid to be part of Festival UK*…Read More
Free Information Service
Wondering what you can do in your own home to help combat climate change? CAT’s free information service offers independent and impartial advice on a wide range of areas to help you live more sustainably.
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