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How London’s next mayor could fix air pollution – and save lives

29 April 2016

Clive Shrubsole (UCL Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources) explains that the main mayoral candidates agree air quality is a huge issue, but disagree on policies. Read: The Conversation

Does London really need an elected mayor?

29 April 2016

Professor Peter Rees (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) explains why there’s an argument to be made for the old way of doing things. Read: The Conversation

The Flaneur - walking in the city

28 April 2016

Dr Matthew Beaumont (UCL Urban Laboratory and UCL English Language & Literature) argues that the urban stroller isn't simply a by-product of modernism, illuminating London's past via the nocturnal wanderings of poets, novelists and thinkers. Listen: BBC Radio 4 ‘Thinking Allowed’ (from 8 mins 30 secs)

This mesmerising data viz shows all of the world's shipping routes

26 April 2016

An interactive shipping map, developed by the UCL Energy Institute and digital journalism studio Kiln, charts the movements of the world’s commercial shipping fleet over the course of 2012. Read: City AM

Unlocking small spaces could be the key to solving London’s housing crisis

14 April 2016

Professor Matthew Carmona (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) explains that there's capacity for 220,000 new homes in London’s brownfield sites. Read: The Conversation

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UCL-Energy seminar: 'Developing secure, environmentally sound city and national energy systems' with UCL-Energy lecturer Dr Mark Barrett and research associate Dr Ed Sharp

UCL-Energy seminar: 'Developing secure, environmentally sound city and national energy systems' with UCL-Energy lecturer Dr Mark Barrett and research associate Dr Ed Sharp

Cities are where the majority of people live and accordingly where most energy resources are ultimately used. The use of energy, particularly in transport, is a major cause of air pollution and ill ...
MSc in Global Prosperity Open Evening

MSc in Global Prosperity Open Evening

IGP are hosting an open evening for the new MSc in Global Prosperity. The MSc in Global Prosperity is an intensive one-year graduate degree – with flexible options built in – that offers a distinctive ...
Think Space

Think Space

Ever since Daedalos – sometimes credited as the 'first architect' – built the legendary labyrinth to contain the mythical minotaur, complex spaces have played an important part in culture.
Science Fiction Meets Architecture: London in 2080

Science Fiction Meets Architecture: London in 2080

The Bartlett School of Architecture in conjunction with the Arthur C Clarke Center for Human Imagination at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) are jointly hosting a two part transatlantic lecture set. 
Plexus 24: Limitless Part 1

Plexus 24: Limitless Part 1

Join us for Plexus 24, where four speakers will present for 15 minutes each, followed by a round table discussion and bar.

Evan Greenberg // AA-EMTECH
David Sheldon-Hicks // Territory Studio
Thomas Tvarijonas // The Bartlett ...