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.
The UK Government took over the G8 Presidency for six months and made climate change one of its priorities. Here Paul Toyne describes why its an important step. July 2005
This live studio debate featuring Dr Paul Toyne discussed the ratification of the Kyoto Protocol. Dr Toyne suggested that businesses who could manage the risk and opportunities associated with climate change would prosper. 16th February 2004.
In a live studio interview Dr Paul Toyne discusses the Kyoto Protocol and what political efforts are required to manage climate change. BBC News 24. 8th February 2005.
As the UN met in Montreal in November 2005 to negotiate climate change targets Dr Paul Toyne discusses the political challenges and looks at the pro and cons of different future energy supplies. Broadcast on CNN, 29th November 2005.
Dr Paul Toyne discusses G8 talks on climate change and role of new technology. ITV News November 1, 2005
In February 2004 Paul appeared in the first of the BBC2 evening television pilot short called Crisis Command: Could you run the country? Paul together with two other people (a human rights lawyer and a business entrepreneur) tried to manage the country through a series of incidents. Needless to say they struggled to make the right decisions! The