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Jenny Pickerill
2013 Cyberprotest  
Aims To showcase alternative technology so as to inform, inspire and enable others to utilise sustainable living practices. Internal structure The Centre is run by a co-operative and full-time staff (who are all paid the same wage), supplemented by both long-and short-term volunteers. The Alternative Technology Association (ATA) is CAT's supporter group. ATA has approximately 4,000 members, holds annual conferences and produces the Clean Slate magazine. The majority of CAT's income is from
more » ... ors and donations, and other revenue is raised through publications, mail orders, residential courses and consultancy. The 7-acre site houses the visitor complex, a shop and restaurant, environmental information centre, a mail order service, a consultancy, a publications department, an education department and eco-cabins. Tactics Although CAT is primarily a visitor centre, it also runs training courses about alternative technology, publishes a range of books, operates the eco-cabins as an educational centre for school children, provides consultancy to organisations and runs a free information service.
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