Landscape regeneration is a key part of the climate change puzzle. Damage has been done, but it’s not too late. Now, we need to do more than conserve – we need to restore.
Cambridge Hub supports pioneering students to develop real-world, practical solutions to climate change.
Seed the difference. Why King’s has pulled up the turf in favour of a meadow.
The Dasgupta Review is clear: to remain useful, the tools of economics must be reshaped with the natural world at their heart.
Clare Shine says it’s exciting to imagine a future that’s greener and better for everyone.
If inequality is bad for society and bad for the environment, any change to a more sustainable world has to be fair. But what does a just transition look like?
Want to go green? Move to the city. There are lots of great reasons why urbanites have a lower carbon footprint, and Cambridge is behind many of them.
Professor Diane Coyle says solving the productivity puzzle is key to raising living standards – but it should not be at the price of sustainability.