27th November 2020 Graduate School Open Days and Events Join the Graduate School of the Environment’s Head of School, Adrian Watson, Ecology, Food and Behaviour Change Programme Leader, Jane Fisher for an introduction to CAT, an overview of our…Read More
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Autumn is in full swing at CAT. Test your knowledge of the changes at play in nature this season and what we can do to protect our amazing natural world. We bet you'll discover something interesting.
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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.
7th December 2020 Graduate School Open Days and Events Join the MArch Programme Leader John Carter, and CAT graduate and Senior Lecturer Gwyn Stacey for an introduction to CAT, an overview of our Master in Sustainable Architecture Part 2…Read More
17th December 2020 Graduate School Open Days and Events Join the Graduate School of the Environment’s Head of School, Adrian Watson, Sustainability & Adaptation and Green Building Programme Leader, Tim Coleridge for an introduction to CAT, an overview of…Read More
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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.
25th November 2020 CAT CEO Peter Tyldesley responds to today’s Spending Review from Chancellor Rishi Sunak. As the UK prepares to host the UN climate talks next year, we need real leadership on…Read More
25th November 2020 Adaptavate, an innovative building materials business, co-founded by CAT graduate Tom Robinson in 2014 has secured £500,000 Government funding to take CO2 from the atmosphere and polluting industries and lock…Read More
25th November 2020 Mike Thomas began his MSc in Sustainability and Ecology at CAT in September 2019, as a student on the very first intake of the course. Alis Rees, Graduate School Marketing…Read More
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