All you need to know about the city of Glasgow and the climate conference facilities.
As a regular hillwalker* I know that to climb a mountain you need to plan, pack and persist. Here I will explore the analogy between climbing a mountain and a business or individual cutting their carbon emissions to zero.
What role do communities have in tackling our climate and nature crises? Read on to find out.
Net zero - is it a mirage? In this short blog I make an analogy between a company's net zero carbon targets and a beach cafe trying to keep litter off their beach.
You will be hearing a lot in the run up to COP26 in November. But what exactly is it? In this blog I will explain all in as few words as possible.
My experience of trialling an electric bikes for a week's holiday during covid lockdown. Read on to see where we went, our experience of the bikes, the environmental impact and a few technical details.
Climate change is predominately caused by our emissions from energy. Our emissions of energy are predominately caused by our consumption of goods, services and our demand for travel.
Given the scale and scope of the lockdown I was puzzled when researchers said that global emissions might fall by less than 10% in 2020. Read on to find out why.......
A short summary of the book I am writing - to be published September 2020 before the Glasgow Climate Conference