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Low Carbon Built Environment: from Buildings to Cities; Policy to Practice


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Low Carbon Built Environment

Date and Time

16 April 2014 - 18:00-20:00


Stafford, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the North West Midlands of England local network.

About this event

The move to a low carbon future requires us to rethink how we plan, design, construct and operate our built environment. This presentation will first introduce some of the main drivers and challenges we face getting to carbon neutral. It will discuss low and zero carbon aspirations for new buildings, retrofit programmes and, at an urban scale, using case study examples to illustrate developments in research and practice. It will introduce new technologies, which use a more integrative approach for energy supply, demand and storage. It will provide examples of universities working with industry and government to help deliver low carbon policy into practice.

The presentation will be delivered by Professor Phil Jones, Welsh School of Architecture at Cardiff University.

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