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

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.

Questions to guide sustainability transition – the critical role of governance

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 […]

Championing women in property and planning

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 […]

Home-grown foreign language anxiety

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 […]

Re-creating memorial landscape in Estonia: The case of the Victory Column in Tallinn

Re-creating memorial landscape in Estonia: The case of the Victory Column in Tallinn

Posted on 6 November 2017 by Anthony Ince

Federico Bellentani discusses the political significance of monumental architecture through the contested urban landscape of Talinn, Estonia. National elites in post-Soviet countries have often  used the built environment, monuments and […]

Citizen-centred engagement in the Well-being of Future Generations Act: a stretch too far?

Citizen-centred engagement in the Well-being of Future Generations Act: a stretch too far?

Posted on 9 October 2017 by Anthony Ince

Charlotte Ford, Andrew Kythreotis and Lorraine Whitmarsh discuss the possibilities and pitfalls of citizen engagement around the Well-being of Future Generations Act. It has become commonplace within academia and policy […]

Re-inventing regional policy: time for a new development model

Re-inventing regional policy: time for a new development model

Posted on 14 August 2017 by Anthony Ince

  Professor Kevin Morgan argues that while Wales has the most to lose when it comes to funding, Brexit presents an opportunity to lead the way and design a new […]