Martin Kemp
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Martin Kemp added a discussion to the group Zero Carbon Britain Think Tank

Sneak Peak at Zero Carbon Britain 2030

 Thanks for all your ideas and contributions to Zero Carbon Britain. As a thank you we have this exclusive sneak peak at the new report.This paper on Behaviour is part of the “Power Down” theme of Zero Carbon Britain. Other papers in this theme look specifically at how Buildings and Transport can decrease their energy demand. After a year of co-creation with members of the Fiery Spiritscommunity and further afield we now have “Zero Carbon Britain 2030” . Zero Carbon Britain 2030 is the first…See More
Mar 31, 2010
Martin Kemp commented on Paul Allen's group Zero Carbon Britain Think Tank
"Many thanks for all the input into Zero Carbon Britain and feedback on the drafts."
Mar 31, 2010
Martin Kemp joined Paul Allen's group

Zero Carbon Britain Think Tank

A space where FierySpirits can help CAT by peer reviewing various chapters of our up coming new ZeroCarbonBritian 2 report.
Mar 31, 2010
Martin Kemp updated their profile
Mar 31, 2010
Martin Kemp is now a member of Fiery Spirits Community of Practice
Mar 31, 2010

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Welcome! FierySpirits is for activists and professionals who are building vibrant, resilient rural communities. Tell us a little about why you'd like to join?
To contribute Zero Carbon Britain topic papers.
About Me (areas of expertise/interest I can share)
I work on Zero Carbon Britain 2030 which is the first fully integrated solution to climate change in the UK. This looks at electricity and heating requirements from efficient service provision while decreasing carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and other emissions. The report starts with the “context” of Climate Change and Energy security then moves on to how we can “Power Down” heat and electricity demand largely through new technology, efficient design and behaviour change. Land offers tremendous potential not only to decrease emissions but also to sequester residual emissions. We then move on to “Power up” renewable technology and look at the policy that can bring this about plus the job creation that will come with it.

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