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22nd April 2021 Elections are now clearly on many people’s horizon, and they will be one of the most important democratic choices in our history. On Earth Day, 22 April, Sarah Jenkinson explores…Read More
20th April 2021 The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) is excited to announce a new live online course exploring local energy solutions and their role in reaching a Zero Carbon Britain. The one…Read More
15th April 2021 The Centre for Alternative Technology and Aberystwyth University are delighted to collaborate on the exhibition ‘The Lives We Want: Life and Earth Beyond Covid-19’ and invite students at both institutions…Read More
24th March 2021 Around three-quarters of local authorities in the UK have already declared a climate emergency. CAT’s Anna Bullen and Anthony Hurford look at how to move beyond declarations towards effective action.Read More
24th March 2021 Hannah Gardiner and Gerard Baker are current MSc students at CAT, who last year launched the Transformation Prize – an innovation award for environmental and social projects, open to CAT…Read More
24th March 2021 The Centre for Alternative Technology was a member of the creative team for the initial research and development phase of Collective Cymru’s successful bid to be part of Festival UK*…Read More
10th March 2021 The UK’s only species of aquatic songbird is a regular visitor to the CAT ponds and waterways. Dulcie Fairweather takes us dipper spotting.Read More
9th March 2021 CAT has partnered with Climate.Cymru, asking you to join us in sending a message to world leaders from the people of Wales in the run up to COP26. Paul Allen,…Read More
26th February 2021 The past year has highlighted the fragility of our food systems and the need to build greater resilience into supply chains. Katie Hastings of the Pathways to Farming project gives…Read More
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