Green House is a think tank founded in 2011. It aims to lead the development of green thinking in the UK. Read more about Green House
New Gases by Anne Chapman, Peter Sims and Emma Dawnay
Stopping fossil fuel extraction – a lockdown approach
by Anne Chapman
COP26: Asking the Wrong Questions?
by Peter Sims (October 2021)
Measuring what matters: Updating the Treasury’s “Green Book” for the Climate Emergency by Emma Dawnay
New Green House reports
Transport Investment: The Zero Carbon Challenge
By Jonathan Essex and Peter Sims, August 2021
The report quantifies the massive scale of transport infrastructure investment plans across the UK and EU and how this fails to align to existing climate targets. This highlights that whilst heavy goods transport, shipping and aviation are some of the hardest to decarbonise, demand for these transport modes are not being managed or constrained in line with climate commitments. The report is framed ,using the Zero Carbon Policy Toolkit introduced in Green House’s August 2020 report, Trade and Investment Requirements for Zero Carbon.
The report is part of Green House think tanks collaborative Climate Emergency Economy project with the Green European Foundation.
Available to order here. It takes as its starting point the fact that the climate crisis is going to get much worse whatever we now do. The book explores what this means and how we might be able to confront escalating climate chaos while not giving up hope. READ MORE
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In late 2019 Green House adopted a strategy for taking forward our work on facing up to climate reality. You can download it here.
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