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Zero Carbon Britain

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We provide councils, communities and other organisations with the knowledge, confidence and skills to help achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040. Our range of training courses and events below is being constantly developed and updated to include the latest insights and information.

Our Zero Carbon Britain training and events are regularly attended by participants looking for a deeper understanding of CAT’s rigorously researched end-point vision for a net-zero society and how to get there. These highly interactive events share ideas about the practical steps participants could take towards that vision, developed through case studies, real life examples and peer learning with other participants.

Browse our selection of existing courses to see which best suits your needs and interests, or get in touch to discuss bespoke training options or ideas for other training you’d like to see us offer.

Zero Carbon Britain Resource Hub

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