The hype around mining in space, or off-earth extraction, is out of this world! The opportunities seem limitless, with new technologies promising innovation, and charismatic celebrities leading the way. Our existing planetary problems start to feel less urgent, but why?
To mark its first decade, the University of Exeter’s Environment and Sustainability Institute brought together a diverse group to share their perspectives on 10 potential scenarios, from artificial intelligence to climate mitigation.
If you switch from a gas boiler to a heat pump, or from a petrol car to electric, how much carbon will you save, and what will it cost? It’s not easy to tell, but the Future Energy Tool is here to help.
Following the Global Tipping Points Conference in September 2022, the Green Futures Network organised a series of workshops to share, explore and test the positive tipping points framework.
Impact is a digital visualisation tool that helps you understand your community’s carbon footprint. It works for parishes, wards, and local authority areas.
A framework for how to apply positive tipping points research in practice