List of Magazines
Clean Slate 89 - Zero Carbon Britain: Rethinking the Future
Clean Slate 86 - Let's talk bikes!
Let's talk bikes! Getting to grips with the electric bike.
The right kind of power stations: What type of power stations will help us build a sustainable future?
Community supported baking: The Real Bread Campaign's fight for better bread in Britain.
The CAT History Project: Memories and more from the early years...
Clean Slate 85 - The Festival of the Future
The Festival of the Future: a whole summer of fun at CAT
Why we find it so hard to act against climate change: George Marshall explores the reasons
Zero Carbon Britain: meet the researchers who are looking at the UK's energy future
Wood fuel efficiency: get the most out of your logs, pellets or woodchips
Clean Slate 84 - The Home Energy Handbook
Clean Slate 83 - The Earth Issue
In this final issue of our "elements" series, earth takes the spotlight as we learn about the rare earth elements found in home appliances, and the promise of biochar as a means of storing excess carbon.
We also find out how the WISE building was inspired by the rammed earth of the Alhambra palace, and how the best bread on earth might come from your own cob oven...
Clean Slate 82 - H2O: The Water Issue
In the fourth of our 'elements' series, we dive into some surprising water facts. Why do plants wilt? How do green roofs prevent flooding? And why do handpumps in sub-Saharan Africa so often go unused? We also investigate some of the newest technologies destined for off shore installation, and share some easy ways to cut water waste at home. Ready, Set. . . Jump!
Clean Slate 81 - Sun: Catch the Sun
Catch the Sun. Every year, more solar energy falls on the earth's surface than has ever or will ever br obtained from all the world's fossil fuels. If we can harness just a fraction of this energy, we can find our way past peak oil, and towards preventing runaway climate change.
Solar thermal water heating, photovoltaic panels, sunspaces, conservatories, solar-powered fridges... There are so many ways to catch and use the immense power of the sun.