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Zero Carbon Britain

Hub and Innovation Lab

Supporting councils, communities and other organisations to act on the climate and biodiversity emergency

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The Zero Carbon Britain Hub and Innovation Lab helps turn climate and biodiversity emergency declarations into action. With technical solutions readily available, the momentum is building in our towns and cities to reach net zero as quickly as possible.

We provide councils, communities and other organisations with the knowledge, confidence and skills to transform complex economic, social and political systems and achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040. We do this through a range of training courses, events, detailed research reports, innovation lab processes and a free online resource hub. We integrate our learning across these activities to continually enhance them and share the best available information with and between those we’re working with.

Zero Carbon Britain Hub and Lab Strategy - Executive Summary
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Resource Hub

Freely available online inspiration, tools, reports, guidance, training, webinars and more, to support your action on net zero.
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Training and Events

Explore how we can create a modern, zero-emission society. Our courses are constantly being developed and updated to bring you the latest insights and information.
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Innovation Lab

Bringing multi-stakeholder groups together to explore and experiment with new ways of doing things to make net zero happen.
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Rising to the Climate Emergency

Our latest report shows a positive, technically feasible scenario that aims to stimulate debate and catalyse action across all areas of society.
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Zero Carbon Britain Reports

All Reports

Our Zero Carbon Britain reports are all solutions-focused and explore the potential barriers to achieving a zero carbon Britain and how these can be overcome.
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Social Media Pack

Help share positive environmental solutions and push for change. We know what we must do, so now it's time to act!
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Meet the Team

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