If it costs more than £400 to reduce 1 tonne of CO2 using solar, compared with around £30 by planting trees in the tropics, why are we spending so much money on green bling? Read more “Is solar the most expensive way to reduce our carbon dioxide?”
We believe universities can be a major part of ‘The Forest the Size of Anywhere’ movement. Universities are some of the UK’s longest standing institutions, proud to be world leaders in the objective of making the world a better place, whether that’s in science, medicine, human rights, or technology. Now they have the opportunity to be world leaders in sustainability; can British universities become globally renowned institutions in directing money and resources to parts of the world in need of reforestation? With The Forest the Size of Anywhere now is the chance!
Chartered accountant with business management and development skills.
Our Indian subsidiary TCW Renewable Energy India is seeking a Finance/Business Manager who would like to put her or his skills and experience to work in support of the growth of a young renewable energy company based in India. Read more “Opportunity to join our extraordinary team”
Thank you to Dr George McGavin for volunteering his time to help make our film on the importance of reforestation. Read more “Film on reforestation: Thank you Dr George McGavin”
Following a presentation from Wendy (our CEO) to people in the Chew Valley (just outside Bristol) about the importance of reforestation, especially in the tropic, a small group of individuals have come together to form the Chew Valley Forest Twinning (CVFT) project. Read more “Chew Valley Forest Twinning Partnership”