Climate change is one of the most important challenges for society today. The Hughes Hall Centre for Climate Engagement builds a bridge from academic insight to boardroom action to help companies reach net zero emissions and build climate resilience.
Convening senior leaders from business, finance, law, academia and civil society to accelerate climate action.
Bringing academic excellence in climate law, governance and organisational change into the boardroom.
Providing the knowledge, information and tools to support high-level decision making to address climate action.
Our mission is to encourage academic excellence in climate law, governance and organisational change, and to translate and transfer this knowledge to corporate boards to accelerate the race to net zero emissions and climate resilience.
Climate Law and Governance Day, COP26
A convening of international experts to increase ambition, harness knowledge, and advance… More →
Climate Change, the SDGs and the Law Conference
Climate Law and Governance Initiative (CLGI) event. This conference, taking place both online and in Cambridge the week before COP26, will feature expert presentations by leading practitioners, researchers and academics in the areas of law, climate change, politics & land economy More →
A call for board-level climate action in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough
IoD online event This event will highlight recommendations from the Cambridgeshire &… More →
The importance of local authorities in tackling climate change, Cambridge Zero Policy Forum panel discussion
Cambridge Zero Climate Change Festival This event will explore the role of… More →
CPICC report summary: Addressing Climate Change in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough
This report proposes new areas for climate action in the region including a crucial focus on a just transition, new recommendations for business and industry, waste, and the intersection between water, nature, and climate adaptation issues. More →
Climate Change 2021 – The Physical Science Basis
The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s latest report shows that human… More →
UK Pension Schemes Act 2021 – new regulations to enhance climate disclosure
In February 2021, the UK’s Pension Schemes Act received Royal Assent, paving… More →
Summary: Independent assessment of UK climate risk
The Climate Change Committee’s (CCC) third independent climate risk assessment for the… More →
@mwgehring: Amazing lineup for our Cambridge Climate Change, the SDGs & the Law Conference on 29/30 Oct and there is still time to join… Read more >
@ClimateHughes · 21 Oct
The Latest CPICC report aiming to address #climate change in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, focuses on a just and equal transition across the region to tackle the #ClimateCrisis
For a summary of the recommendations of the report➡️bit.ly/3pnwQ0ZRead more >
Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Independent Commission on Climate have called for fairness and equity in tackling the impacts of #climate change
Released today are the full recommendations for the region 👇bit.ly/3jbBdIGRead more >
@ClimateHughes · 14 Oct
📢@CambridgeZero Climate Festival is back!
Join Centre for Climate Engagement Co-Director, Emily Farnworth and Research Assistant, Dr Ethan Aines in a panel to discuss the role of local authorities in tackling #climate change
🗓️ 20 October 1pm
Register➡️bit.ly/3aCzTtHRead more >