Please note that the event on May 12 2022, is now postponed until after the decision on the mine is announced by Michael Gove, Secretary of State of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities. Controversial plans for Woodhouse Colliery, the UK's first new deep coal mine in 30 years in West
Did COP26 face up to climate reality? We apply some tough tests to its outcomes, and think about the hard challenges ahead. Join Rupert Read, Elsie Luna and John Foster for a searching assessment from three different perspectives, followed by a lively discussion.
The event will launch the report, A Green New Deal for Leeds City Region: GALBA's Vision for a Sustainable Local Economy which was written in collaboration with Green House and published by the Green European foundation
This report is part of a project led by the Green European Foundation exploring what a climate emergency economy would look like through a rethinking of trade, industry and infrastructure investment.
This video is part of Green House's Climate Emergency Economy project
The Toolkit is made up of 10 blockers to zero carbon, and 10 enablers. Each of these represents an intervention in our economy which taken together
Online event discussing what ‘zero carbon’ means for transport - and how we get there. Speakers include Natalie Bennett (Green Peer) and Professor Julian Allwood (University of Cambridge).This event was part of the Climate Emergency Economy Project and recording is available
This online event heard from authors of the report, A Green New Deal for Gatwick along with trade unionists and local airport campaigners on how to challenge the local jobs case for airport expansion and make the case for a different route.
An online discussion about the future of cities and urban development, with Maya De Souza, Jonathan Essex, Duncan Baker-Brown and Rebecca Tunstall.
‘A Question of SCALE’ is a conversation in the context of global vulnerabilities and challenges - climate, pandemic, risks to supply chain, jobs, etc
According to the degrowth movement, a global economy that uses less materials and energy, respects ecological boundaries and thrives, is possible. Jason Hickel, argues that we must share what we have fairly, organize our economy in balance with nature, and abolish our obsession with economic growth