23rd January 2021 Graduate School Open Days and Events Join the Graduate School of the Environment’s Head of School, Adrian Watson, Ecology and Food Programme Leader, Jane Fisher for an introduction to CAT, an overview of our postgraduate courses…Read More
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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.
25th January 2021 Graduate School Open Days and Events Join tutors from the MArch course and CAT graduate Sophie James for an introduction to CAT, an overview of our Masters in Sustainable Architecture Part 2 course and student experience…Read More
27th January 2021 Online Courses and Events Online Zero Carbon Britain course exploring climate solutions – the science says we must, the technology says we can, time to say we will! Working with a range of local…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.
7th January 2021 We are delighted to announce that the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) will be welcoming Iolo Williams and the BBC team back to our Mid Wales eco centre later this…Read More
7th January 2021 As the climate crisis deepens, more and more people report feelings of fear, anxiety and depression. Psychotherapist Ro Randall offers some ideas on how to cope.Read More
6th January 2021 How can we make our own homes and buildings as wildlife-friendly as possible? Gwyn Stacey looks at what we can do as householders and at the role the building and…Read More
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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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