As you will probably know, as awareness of the urgency for action on climate change has grown, many organisations are looking for solutions to help turn ambitions and targets into on-the-ground action.
Supported by the Moondance Foundation, CAT has set up a Zero Carbon Britain Hub and Innovation Lab to provide support to organisations (across the public, private and third sector) interested in taking action on climate change to help inform, influence and inspire organisations to take this action.
In order to find out how best to help organisations in the UK reduce their carbon emissions, CAT has commissioned Wavehill, an independent economic and social research company to carry out a stakeholder mapping exercise.
As part of this exercise they are distributing a survey to help understand how CAT’s Zero Carbon Britain Hub and Innovation Lab can support different organisations to take action on reducing their carbon emissions. Third Sector groups are an important stakeholder in the move towards a zero carbon Britain, and we would appreciate it if you could take the time to complete this survey.
Click here to take the survey
The survey can be completed anonymously, or the details of your group can be passed on to CAT so they can contact you about the support they offer.
The survey is, of course, optional. You can choose to stop at any time, but it should take around 12 minutes to complete if you answer all the questions.
PLEASE COMPLETE THE SURVEY BY 31st MARCH 2020
If you have any comments or would like to discuss any issue in relation to this stakeholder mapping exercise, you can contact Tom Marshall who is leading the team undertaking the evaluation at Wavehill (tom.marshall(at)wavehill.com | 01545 571711) or, alternatively, you can contact Amanda Smith, Zero Carbon Britain Hub Training Manager (amanda.smith(at)cat.org.uk).'