Greening our built environment and integrating plants as part of the building service solution is imperative to meet multiple targets and standards. LSBU’s Chloe Hampton explains.
Bringing together the right people with the right information is easy… or is it? Our Aussie colleague has a unique approach!
Ioannis Papakonstantinou from UCL took part in our future materials events at Ecobuild – he found it to be a rewarding experience.
When a sustainable building is created, it is not necessarily operated sustainably – Jo Harris how best to help facilities managers remedy the situation.
Prof Geoff Levermore considers what we need to know and what’s next for tools to help designers create climate resilient cities.
Doug McNab from the Southwark planning department reflects on what he learnt at our urban microclimate event – and highlights the value of bringing researchers and practitioners together.
Duick T. Young, Urban Climate researcher, reflects on the recent CIBSE Resilient Cities urban microclimate event and highlights what areas the urban climate community needs to focus on to give their research greater impact in the future development of high density resilient and sustainable cities
Our main role is to bridge the gap between academia and research – so we took construction research to the industry at UK Construction Week.
Investigating the seasonal health and climate change resilience of elderly urban populations for 3 large cities.
EPSRC asked the question, Ian Cooper explored the needs of network members and experiences of the coordination team.