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  1. Should local authorities be the developers? | UCL News - UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/feb/should-local-authorities-be-developers

    21 Feb 2020: Dr Janice Morphet (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) speaks about whether local authorities themselves should become developers.

    Dr Janice Morphet (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) speaks about whether local authorities themselves should become developers.

  2. Architecture courses for the visually impaired | UCL News - UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/feb/architecture-courses-visually-impaired

    19 Feb 2020: Artist Zoe Partington discusses DisOrdinary Architecture, a UCL project co-led with Dr Jos Boys (UCL Bartlett Real Estate Institute) which aims to make architecture an accessible subject for visually impaired people.

    Artist Zoe Partington discusses DisOrdinary Architecture, a UCL project co-led with Dr Jos Boys (UCL Bartlett Real Estate Institute) which aims to make architecture an accessible subject for visually impaired people.

  3. How do drainage systems cope with heavy rain? | UCL News - UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/feb/how-do-drainage-systems-cope-heavy-rain

    18 Feb 2020: As flooding from Storm Dennis persists, Dr Sarah Bell (UCL Bartlett School of Energy, Environment & Resources) explains how drainage systems work, saying that slowing water’s progress into drains is more effective and efficient than attempting to

    As flooding from Storm Dennis persists, Dr Sarah Bell (UCL Bartlett School of Energy, Environment & Resources) explains how drainage systems work, saying that slowing water’s progress into drains is more effective and efficient than attempting to enlarge existing infrastructure.

  4. Reasons why megaprojects fail | UCL News - UCL - London's Global…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/feb/reasons-why-megaprojects-fail

    14 Feb 2020: A study led by Dr Juliano Denicol (UCL School of Construction & Project Management) has identified 18 reasons why megaprojects such as HS2 and Crossrail often fail, as well as 54 preventative solutions.

    A study led by Dr Juliano Denicol (UCL School of Construction & Project Management) has identified 18 reasons why megaprojects such as HS2 and Crossrail often fail, as well as 54 preventative solutions.

  5. City new-builds are a climate disaster | UCL News - UCL - London's…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/feb/city-new-builds-are-climate-disaster

    10 Feb 2020: As well as lacking character, the vast majority of new-build developments in cities completely ignore radical approaches to address climate change and are complicit in the acceleration of the climate crisis, argues Dr Clare Melhuish (UCL Urban

    As well as lacking character, the vast majority of new-build developments in cities completely ignore radical approaches to address climate change and are complicit in the acceleration of the climate crisis, argues Dr Clare Melhuish (UCL Urban Laboratory).

  6. First new coal mine in decades is a backwards step | UCL News - UCL - …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/feb/first-new-coal-mine-decades-backwards-step

    10 Feb 2020: “Policymakers are putting jobs for the present generation before the absolutely basic interests of future generations,” says Professor Paul Ekins (UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources), speaking about plans to build the UK’s first deep coal

    “Policymakers are putting jobs for the present generation before the absolutely basic interests of future generations,” says Professor Paul Ekins (UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources), speaking about plans to build the UK’s first deep coal mind in 30 years.

  7. British carbon tax leads to 93% drop in coal-fired electricity | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/jan/british-carbon-tax-leads-93-drop-coal-fired-electricity

    29 Jan 2020: A carbon dioxide emissions tax in the UK has led to the proportion of electricity generated from coal falling from 40% to 3% over six years, according to research by Dr Giorgio Castagneto Gissey and Professor Michael Grubb (UCL Bartlett School of

    A carbon dioxide emissions tax in the UK has led to the proportion of electricity generated from coal falling from 40% to 3% over six years, according to research by Dr Giorgio Castagneto Gissey and Professor Michael Grubb (UCL Bartlett School of Environment, Energy & Resources).

  8. Can the planet sustain its rapidly growing population? | UCL News -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/jan/can-planet-sustain-its-rapidly-growing-population

    28 Jan 2020: Professor Julio Davila (Bartlett Development Planning Unit, UCL) discusses the role of cities, which have unsustainably high consumption, but are potentially highly efficient too.

    Professor Julio Davila (Bartlett Development Planning Unit, UCL) discusses the role of cities, which have unsustainably high consumption, but are potentially highly efficient too.

  9. More opportunity for manufacturing in south than north | UCL News -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/jan/more-opportunity-manufacturing-south-north

    27 Jan 2020: Professor John Tomaney (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) explains how manufacturing opportunities are greater in the south-east than the north-east. He also comments that we are witnessing “slow attrition of manufacturing jobs” in the regions.

    Professor John Tomaney (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) explains how manufacturing opportunities are greater in the south-east than the north-east. He also comments that we are witnessing “slow attrition of manufacturing jobs” in the regions.

  10. Production line nuclear plants may not lower costs | UCL News - UCL - …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/jan/production-line-nuclear-plants-may-not-lower-costs

    24 Jan 2020: The potential cost benefits of assembly line nuclear plants may well be offset by reproduced defects across a fleet of reactors which would be costly to fix, explains Dr Paul Dorfman (UCL Energy Institute).

    The potential cost benefits of assembly line nuclear plants may well be offset by reproduced defects across a fleet of reactors which would be costly to fix, explains Dr Paul Dorfman (UCL Energy Institute).

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