Two weeks ago students on our MSc Architecture: Advanced Environmental and Energy Studies course came to CAT for the annual politics module. This time, the module featured discussions on everything from green economics to behaviour change, and we’ll be presenting some of these lectures as podcasts in the coming weeks.
At the end of the week, students got a chance to put their questions to an expert panel featuring CAT’s media officer Kim Bryan, CAT’s external relations officer and Zero Carbon Britain director Paul Allen and Green Party Councillor Andrew Cooper. This podcast is an excerpt from the end of the discussion, as the panel debate the main achievements of the environmental movement’s 40-year history, and consider what the next 40 years will bring. The first speaker is Paul, followed by Kim and then Paul. The adjudicator is Adrian Ramsay.
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