The new RIBA president discusses his advocacy role at COP26, and the chair of the institute’s Sustainable Futures Group explains revisions to the 2030 Climate Challenge targets.
As COP26 in Glasgow approaches in early November, AJ Climate Champions puts the spotlight on the RIBA’s recently released Built for the Environment report, a global call for governments to harness the built environment’s role in tackling climate change. Allford shares his ambitions for a House of Architecture at 66 Portland Place and insights on how his almost 500-strong practice, AHMM, delivers sustainable design.
Hattie Hartman also speaks with Gary Clark about the current workstreams of the RIBA's Sustainable Futures Group.
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Rachel Hoolahan on material passports for retrofit
Duncan Baker-Brown on mining the Anthropocene
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Landscape architect Jo Gibbons on why trees matter, urban forestry and greening our cities
Barnabas Calder revisits architectural history through the lens of energy and climate
Guy Shrubsole on rewilding Britain and greening our cities
Steve Webb & Wilf Meynell: ‘We’re brainwashed into steel and concrete mode’
Harry Paticas on empowering communities through the low-carbon retrofit of primary schools
Owen Hatherley on Modernism + Will Hurst explains RetroFirst (bonus episode)
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Sarah Wigglesworth: 'Sustainable architecture is fantastically creative'
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