Climate law in Practice Fireside Chats: David Hunter

10 Feb 2022

7th of January 2022, the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law, Net Zero Lawyers Alliance, and Centre for Climate Engagement hosted the first in a series of ‘fireside chats’ focussed on climate law in practice. Professor Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger was joined by David Hunter from Bates Wells. More →

Greenhouse Gas Removal Briefing Paper

20 Dec 2021

It is possible to capture greenhouse gases from the atmosphere and store them in various natural or artificial reservoirs. This briefing examines the removal solutions available, their market readiness, options for application, and key considerations for business and policy. More →

Join our team

23 Nov 2021

We are recruiting a number of exiting positions within the Centre for Climate Engagement. If you are interested in finding out more click the links or visit our Join the Team page to see these and find upcoming roles as they become available. More →

COP26 Briefing

22 Nov 2021

This briefing summarises the key climate trends and announcements of most importance for non-executive directors and industry leaders reflecting on the UN COP26 negotiations and related events in Glasgow from 31 October – 13 November 2021. More →

Business climate action in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

18 Nov 2021

Insights from a panel discussion on 29th October 2021, co-hosted by the Centre for Climate Engagement and the Institute of Directors (IoD) East of England to raise awareness amongst local business leaders of recommendations within the first full report from the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Independent Commission on Climate (CPICC). More →

Boards to put climate transition at the heart of corporate strategy

05 Nov 2021

On 2 November 2021, the Climate Governance Initiative released a statement, calling on board directors to put net zero at the heart of business strategy. More →

UK Net Zero Strategy: Build Back Greener

05 Nov 2021

This summary highlights the main points in the UK Government’s Net Zero Strategy, and what it means for non-executive directors. More →

The importance of local authorities in tackling climate change

04 Nov 2021

Ahead of COP26 – the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow – the Cambridge Zero Policy Forum hosted a panel discussion on the role of local authorities in tackling climate change. The online event was part of the second annual Cambridge Zero Climate Change Festival. More →

Discussion Paper: Carbon Offsetting and Nature-based Solutions

04 Nov 2021

Throughout 2021, the Cambridge Zero Policy Forum ran a small reading group on carbon offsetting using nature-based solutions to climate change. This discussion paper summarises some of the challenges and potential solutions identified during the reading group discussions. More →

Carbon offsetting explained

03 Nov 2021

Carbon offsetting is becoming increasingly common as part of corporate climate strategies, but is subject to significant debate. This explainer provides a simple overview of offsetting and some of its key issues. More →

Addressing Climate Change in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough

20 Oct 2021

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

09 Aug 2021

The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s latest report shows that human activity is unequivocally driving changes to the climate at an unprecedented scale. The science indicates there is still time to limit temperature rises, but only if we act… More →

UK Pension Schemes Act 2021 – new regulations to enhance climate disclosure

09 Jun 2021

In February 2021, the UK’s Pension Schemes Act received Royal Assent, paving the way for fundamental change to the UK pensions landscape. The Act introduces new requirements in significant areas for occupational pension schemes including explicit provisions on governance and… More →

Summary: Independent assessment of UK climate risk

09 Jun 2021

The Climate Change Committee’s (CCC) third independent climate risk assessment for the UK indicates that even if the world takes ambitious climate action, the UK will face notable risks from climate change by 2050, for which it is not currently… More →

Scope emissions explained

30 Apr 2021

Knowing where your company’s emissions are made is an important step in setting robust and measurable targets. Read this explainer to understand Scope emissions and how to define them. Find out more on the Chapter Zero website More →