Archive for the ‘COP21’ Category


Green Growth Forum – Chair’s Summary

This Green Growth Forum was hosted by the Welsh Government in partnership with the Climate Group. It was the first post “Paris (Climate Change) Agreement” event that brought together States and Regions along with representatives of the business community to focus on the delivery of the commitments agreed in December. The overriding message from the […]

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Beyond the Paris Agreement – Blog post from Dr Andrew Kythreotis

In this extended blog I am casting my geographical gaze wider than the UK and assessing what the politicians and national delegations have agreed on at the recent 21st Conference of the Parties (COPs) meeting in Paris and whether the Paris Agreement is transformative for international climate policymaking in comparison to previous COPs that have often promised […]

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Wales’ Commitment to Action on Climate Change

Last Wednesday December 9th, the Climate Change Commission for Wales hosted the Climate Change: Commitment to Action event in Wales Millennium Centre, to coincide with the COP21 global climate talks taking  place in Paris. Over 100 delegates attended from organisations and community groups across Wales to hear from the Minister of Natural Resources, Carl Sargeant, […]

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Paul Allen from the Centre for Alternative Technology at COP21

Zero Carbon Britain is the flagship research project from the Centre for Alternative Technology, showing that a modern, zero-emissions society is possible using technology available today. Developed with CAT partners Track0, the ‘Who’s Getting Ready for Zero’ report builds on Zero Carbon Britain research to bring together over 100 scenarios, models and practical real life projects […]

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