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The making and shaping of ‘net zero’ infrastructures in and beyond the ‘city’

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The making and shaping of ‘net zero’ infrastructures in and beyond the ‘city’

Posted on 16 July 2021 by James Clemas

It is accepted that addressing climate change and achieving net zero will involve the radical reorganisation of transport, electricity, gas, water and waste networks.

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Questions to guide sustainability transition – the critical role of governance

Posted on 15 December 2020 by Rhys Phillips

Dr Carla De Laurentis, an ESRC Post Doctoral Fellow in the School of Geography and Planning, was invited to submit a research question to the Energy-SHIFTS Energy Efficiency Working Group […]

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Championing women in property and planning

Posted on 30 June 2020 by Rhys Phillips

Second-year Urban Planning and Development student Tamika Hull recently won the 2020 South Wales Women in Property Student Award. Tamika was nominated by Dr Ruth Potts, a lecturer in Spatial […]

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Home-grown foreign language anxiety

Posted on 11 June 2019 by Rhys Phillips

Final-year students Holly and Myfanwy are celebrating the publication of their first research paper, written in conjunction with Dr Maxwell Hart. The paper, which looks at issues of home-grown foreign […]

 
Urban innovation in Canada: a few lessons

Urban innovation in Canada: a few lessons

Posted on 3 December 2018 by Rhys Phillips

Professors Kevin Morgan and Rick Delbridge visited Toronto and Ottawa to explore and begin to map the changing role of universities and cities in urban innovation networks. © MaRS Discovery […]

‘Sound and space: theory and methods in sonic geographical research’ symposium

‘Sound and space: theory and methods in sonic geographical research’ symposium

Posted on 26 March 2018 by Jonathan Prior

The Social and Cultural Geography Research Group in the School of Geography and Planning at Cardiff University, invites you to attend a two-day symposium titled 'Sound and space: theory and […]

Geographer, WLTM community organisation for fruitful research collaboration, GSOH essential

Geographer, WLTM community organisation for fruitful research collaboration, GSOH essential

Posted on 21 March 2018 by Anthony Ince

Hannah Pitt takes a light-hearted look at a Valentine's Day workshop discussing collaboration, community engagement, and the complex relationships that take place through engaged research processes. The nature of human […]

Ending rough sleeping in Wales

Ending rough sleeping in Wales

Posted on 2 March 2018 by Anthony Ince

What would it take to end rough sleeping in Wales? Dr Peter MacKie discusses some answers from his research and contributions to ongoing engagement with policy-makers.   Homelessness, particularly the […]

Riots as lenses on urban processes: the case of London 2011

Riots as lenses on urban processes: the case of London 2011

Posted on 14 February 2018 by Anthony Ince

Anthony Ince draws from ongoing fieldwork to explore the ways in which urban violence can tell us a lot about how cities are shaped and reshaped by contestation from below. […]

Radically conservative

Posted on 13 December 2017 by Anthony Ince

Günter Gassner explores the relations between radical and conservative approaches to design, through the lens of the 'London skyline'. London’s current tall building boom: more than 400 speculative towers will […]