ART MAPS AND CITIES: CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS EXPLORE URBAN SPACES

by Gloria Lanci The Liverpool Map, by Inge Panneels and Jeffrey Sarmiento, in exhibition at the Museum of Liverpool (photo ...
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Hitting the right note

by Judith Parry In June this year, I had the privilege of attending a residential conference for UWE postgraduate research ...
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Ageing onshore wind infrastructures: researching end of life moments of wind energy infrastructure in Italy

by Carla De Laurentis COP 27 concluded on the 20th of November 2022 and stressed how the unprecedented global energy ...
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“Where are ‘smart’ sustainable cities made?” Recognising, raising and responding to shared questions…

by Rebecca Windemer, Torik Holmes and Carla De Laurentis Where are 'smart' sustainable cities made? The three of us met ...
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HERA Closing conference: the end or just the beginning?

by Katie McClymont Statue with conference banner (Image credits: Marianne Knapskog) The HERA Public Spaces: Culture and Integration in Europe ...
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How can I produce a high-quality research dissertation with impact? Top tips and reflections

By Megan Streb... About 9 months after I handed in my dissertation, Sustrans published a report based on my findings, ...
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Why do Space and Stuff Matter in Housing Design?

By Elena Marco The UK housing sector has significant challenges, not least the shortage of homes available, the time it ...
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Water security and climate adaptation in the Himalaya – exploring ecologies of water-care in Changthang, Ladakh.

by Michael Buser..... Over the past couple of years, I’ve been researching some of the relationships between climate change, water ...
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What planners need to know about the British energy security strategy

By Rebecca Windemer Last week (7th April) the UK Government published the much awaited British energy security strategy. The strategy ...
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New research suggests that cemeteries provide many of the same benefits as green spaces

By Katie McClymont and Danni Sinnett..... Cemeteries in many cities provide functions beyond that of bodily disposal and remembrance. Thinking ...
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Climate-adapted, traditional or cottage-garden planting? How acceptable is ‘climate ready’ planting to the public, and what drives these reactions?

By Helen Hoyle..... The UN COP 26 2021 Climate Conference heightened public awareness of the need to act now to ...
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Are Bristol’s plans to double tree canopy cover by 2045 feasible?

by Danni Sinnett and Max Walters.... Trees provide many benefits to people and wildlife in urban environments. Seen as an ...
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