Cleantech Thought Leaders

Our Cleantech Thought Leaders provide a range of dynamic, challenging and thought provoking think pieces, blogs and interviews. Read on and share your views:
21.06.2017 Sustainable, Autonomous & Intelligent – Future Cities in 2050

Correy Faccini describes here our smart cities of the future: By 2050, our urban landscapes are going to be vastly different to what they are today. In the next three decades, we’re expecting two thirds of the population to be living in urban environments. This is going to create a...

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12.06.2017 Letter from America: Trump pulls the USA from the Paris Accord and the Enlightenment

Professor Doug Crawford Brown has left Cambridge to settle on the West Coast of the USA. He will be keeping in contact by sending ‘Letters from America’ for this Think Piece section of the website. The world has spent the past 4 months awaiting the inevitable: Trump’s withdrawal of...

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05.06.2017 What next for the United Nations climate agreement?

Dr Ken Milne  is Director of Corporate Services for the Isle of Man Government and will be speaking at the Cambridge Clentech Annual Conferecne on 6 July. Here he expresses his view about the Paris Climate Change Agreement: The United Nations has previously warned that humanity has...

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12.05.2017 Cleantech solutions at the heart of the UK Economy

Professor Doug Crawford Brown has left Cambridge to settle on the West Coast of the USA. He will be keeping in contact by sending ‘Letters from America’ for this Think Piece section of our website. Here, as his parting shot, he puts his views forward on the importance of the cleantech...

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Cambridge Cleantech response to the Industrial Strategy Green Paper 18.04.2017 Cambridge Cleantech response to the Industrial Strategy Green Paper

Executive Summary and Recommendations Cleantech businesses can be the backbone of a UK revival in world-leading innovation as they are all focused on problems which apply globally and, in some parts of cleantech, in which the UK has and can...

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