Webinars content

Sennan Mattar
May 2021

This webinar provides a brief overview of what is meant by ‘just transition’, where the idea came from, and how it relates to nature-based solutions and climate action. The webinar draws on the experience from the Centre for Climate Justice and Glasgow Caledonian University’s research...

Davide Pascarella
May 2021

In this webinar, Davide Pascarella considers the implications of the Environment Bill on local governments' regulatory framework around Smoke Control Areas. 

Davide explores and highlights the impact of policy decisions and the real-world delivery of initiatives to tackle the...

Nicola Harries
May 2021

SuRF-UK is the United Kingdom’s Sustainable Remediation Forum – an initiative set up to progress the UK understanding of sustainable remediation. The process of identifying sustainable remediation is defined by SuRF-UK as “the practice of demonstrating, in terms of environmental, economic and...

Evan Bowen-Jones
April 2021

The nature crisis is as critical as the climate crisis. Both exacerbates the other and both need to be tackled simultaneously to be effective. However this requires investment at a mass scale to make the UK wilder for people and for wildlife which will lock up carbon for future...

Anil Namdeo
April 2021

Millions of people in the UK live in areas where levels of pollution are very high and could be damaging their health. In 2019, NO2 legal limits were breached in 75% of air quality reporting zones (33 out of 43). Likewise, in 2018, 115 out of 317 local authorities (36%) had unsafe levels of fine...

Mark Elton
March 2021

The saying 'a picture paints a thousand words’ first appeared in a 1911 newspaper article quoting Arthur Brisbane’s discussion of journalism and publicity, so why – over 100 years on, in the age of mobile phones that can instantly show you local traffic movements, weather, and air pollution...