Dr Paul Toyne is often asked for his views and opinions on sustainability, the built environment and specific issues like climate change. Paul “cut his teeth” on campaigning on nature conservation, natural resource use and highlighting the issues of climate change whilst at WWF and at Article 13 Ltd. A selection of clips of these vintage TV and film appearances are provided below, together with more recent footage on the importance of reducing carbon and environmental impacts in the infrastructure and construction.
Dr Paul Toyne describes the importance of understanding future climate change impacts on the UK economy and its society. Paul describes how business needs to adapt and future-proof itself to manage risk and opportunities. Broadcast on Sky News 26 January 2012
Sustainability expert and London Sustainable Development Commissioner Paul Toyne explains how sustainability professionals can utilise motivational skills to drive positive change within their organisation and beyond. Published by Edie in November 2016.
ITV national evening news covered the story on how our climate is changing and how El Nino and extreme weather will lead to greater disruption to society – Dr Paul Toyne provides the expert comments. 4th January 2007.
This short clip shown on ITV Evening News was about the prediction that 2006 would be the hottest year on record. Paul Toyne provides expert comments on the potential impacts of warmer ocean temperatures and higher levels of CO2 in our atmosphere. Broadcast on ITV1, 24th September 2006.
Ahead of the UN world summit Dr Toyne describes some of the challenges achieving positive change for poverty, climate change and other development goals. Broadcast on ITV News 14th September 2004.
Live phone in with ITV daytime viewers asking Dr Paul Toyne and Tony Juniper (Friends of the Earth England director) their views about climate change. Broadcast on 31 August 2005.