- ‘Powering the UK’s Green Revolution’ report is here
- Gravity and Bounce Forward share Smart Campus benefits
- Gravity’s Directors launch Clean Growth Leadership Network
Green Recovery Report has arrived
Gravity is proud to present ‘Powering the UK’s Green Revolution‘ a report that outlines how best the UK can transition from rhetoric and ideology towards practical steps and actions that will stimulate the clean growth sectors.
Read our summarised 8 steps outlining how the UK can practically reach Net-Zero.
Gravity directors spearhead the launch of ‘Clean Growth Leadership Network’ (CGLN)
Gravity has made no secret about its plan to be a net-zero campus. So passionate are the team around climate change that Gravity’s Chairman, Martin Bellamy and Director, Lord David Triesman have also created the Clean Growth Leadership Network (CGLN) along with Sir Dave King & Lord Des Browne. The network will bring together thought leaders from across academia, finance and policy-making to accelerate the commercialisation of clean growth solutions that will tackle climate change.
CGLN’s launch webinar on the future of battery storage and lithium-ion batteries can be viewed here. Our team looks forward to collaborating on future events.
Gravity and Bounce Foward share social values at Women in Property Webinar
On June 12th, Claire Pearce, Director of Planning and Economic Development, was joined by Lucy Bailey, Founder of Bounce Forward, to discuss Gravity’s social benefits at a Women in Property webinar.
Claire’s presentation explored how Gravity would deliver social and economic value to local people by creating jobs, training opportunities as well as enhancements to the local transport network; improved connectivity; and the creation of new leisure and green spaces as part of Gravity’s integrated smart campus.
Claire detailed how Gravity was partnering with educational organisations, including Bounce Forward and MOBIE, to create pathways to access new opportunities. Lucy Bailey of Bounce Forward explained how the charity works with schools and other organisations to provide a framework to help young people (and the adults around them) understand, and develop, a set of competencies that become tools for living. These competencies include self-regulation, flexible and realistic thinking, self-awareness and compassion, hope and optimism, and human connection. Lucy went on to outline how Bounce Forward is supporting Gravity to help young people make the most of the opportunities that the project offers them.