Creating a zero carbon future: Is it possible?

February 3rd 7:30pm, Nihon Room at Pembroke College:
What would a zero carbon Britain look like?
How can we get there?
And, is it possible?

Dr Jane Fisher, (University lecturer, environmental scientist with a background in restoration ecology, and the Head of Education at the Centre for Alternative Technology) will be discussing some of CAT’s research to outline the possibility of a zero carbon future.

The Centre for Alternative Technology – Britains major centre for sustainable research and education focuses on green living: environmental building, eco-sanitation, woodland management, renewable energy, energy efficiency and organic growing.

They are responsible for running and are involved in projects including:
-ZeroCarbonBritain – a series of research reports addressing scenarios for reducing the UK’s emissions to zero in 20 years.–isZgYKDM

-Coed Gwern – 15 acres of sustainably managed woodland, which is home to a range of courses, as well as being
monitored and managed for biodiversity.

-Dyfi Biosphere – the only UNESCO Biosphere in Wales.

This is a great opportunity to discover more about the practical solutions to the climate crisis; the extent to which different methods and technologies are effective and possible.

So please come along – Zero Carbon will also be on hand if you have any questions about our campaign