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Finding poetry in climate solutions

Dr Anna Bullen, Innovation Lab Manager, explains how a collaboration between CAT and Aberystwyth University is finding new ways to communicate about the climate and biodiversity crises.
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Low carbon heating choices

CAT’s Zero Carbon Britain scenario mainly uses heat pumps for heating, but it’s not the only option being championed for a zero carbon future. Joel Rawson looks at the potential…
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Reflections on COP26 – part 3

In our third and final blog reflecting on COP26, some friends and staff of CAT’s Graduate School of the Environment share their thoughts. After two weeks of discussion, debate and…
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Reflections on COP26 – part 2

In the second part of our reflections series we hear from our Development and Communications team who were at COP26. After two weeks of discussion, debate and protest, we asked…
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Reflections on COP26 – part 1

After two weeks of discussion, debate and protest, we asked some of those who were in Glasgow for their thoughts on COP26. Some chose to take an initial look at…
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COP26 – what was agreed?

There were almost too many deals and pacts to keep track of over the two weeks of COP26. Claire Thorpe gives an overview of some of the most impactful deals,…
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