We were delighted that the national website and communications of the Royal Town Planning Institute covered the game and we are excited to see town planners across the country use the game as a tool to run in-house training, community outreach and youth engagement! The RTPI West Midlands played a key role in supporting the […]
‘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 […]
The podcast series Green Thinking is 26 episodes 26 minutes long looking at issues relating to COP26 made in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council, part of UKRI. It explores the latest research and ideas around understanding and tackling the climate and nature emergency. You can listen to the BBC Radio 3 Podcast […]
Researchers are working with teenagers in Birmingham to design a climate action board game, in order to engage young people and showcase how the built environment sector can make a positive contribution. Making climate action relevant for young people Simeon Shtebunaev and Claudia Carter, researchers based in the Property, Planning and Policies research group, have launched the Built Climate […]
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