‘How to engage young people in sustainable urban design in relation to the climate emergency challenge’

Thornton Educational Trusts covers the research project. TET Dialogues provide an online space for practitioners to share knowledge and discuss ideas on how to build capacity and influence decision-makers in the built environment.

‘How to engage young people in sustainable urban design in relation to the climate emergency challenge’ – November 2021

Young people today are spearheading action to try to halt the destructive effects of the climate crisis. The need to make buildings and spaces greener is universally accepted, but what are the examples of meaningful engagement with young people on this issue?

Full discussion – video of event and download summary here

Chaired by Hattie Hartman, Sustainability Editor, The Architects’ Journal

Speakers: Neil Onions – Beyond the Box, Simeon Shtebunaev, Birmingham City University, Sumita Singha, Ecologic Architects

Full Link to event: https://www.thorntoneducationtrust.org/tet-dialogues

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