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Low Carbon Cities 2018: closing the leadership gap on public sector sustainability

14 March 2018 | News

A lack of climate leadership has been highlighted in a recent survey as a barrier to public sector action. The 2018 Low Carbon Cities Conference has set out to address the sector's concerns and gaps.

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Carbon Trust Offshore Wind Accelerator launches new project to reduce costs and underwater noise in offshore wind construction

13 March 2018 | News

The Carbon Trust announces the launch of BLUE PILOT, a demonstration project aimed at reducing costs and underwater noise during construction of offshore wind farms.

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March 2018 newsletter

Carbon Trust Newsletter March 2018

2 March 2018 | News

Latest news, viewpoints and events from the Carbon Trust

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How can the UK’s public sector show international leadership on climate change?

Posted by Richard Rugg | 1 March 2018 | Viewpoint

An empowered public sector can do more than just cut emissions from its own estate—it can catalyse action across society.

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Voelvlei Dam during a severe drought in the Western Cape.

Cape Town’s water crisis shows the reality for cities on the front line of climate change

Posted by Benjamin Curnier | 1 March 2018 | Viewpoint

As Day Zero nears, the water shortages of drought-stricken Cape Town are a wake-up call to other vulnerable cities, says Benjamin Curnier, Africa director of The Carbon Trust

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Joint industry project to investigate next generation turbines and heavy lifts for floating wind farms

1 March 2018 | News

The Carbon Trust-led Floating Wind Joint Industry Partnership has launched a series of projects to address common technical challenges relevant to commercial-scale floating wind farms up to 1 GW capacity.

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