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Planning China's future: how planners contribute to growth and development

Planning China's future: how planners contribute to growth and development

11 December 2015

The Bartlett School of Planning's Professor Fulong Wu, Dr Fangzhu Zhang and Zheng Wang have published the RTPI Research Report "Planning China's future: how planners contribute to growth and development."
UCL Big Christmas Switch Off

UCL Big Christmas Switch Off

07 December 2015

Each year, a lot of lights, appliances and equipment are left switched on over the holidays, and this has a big financial and carbon impact. On Christmas day alone, UCL spends over £16 ...
Private Management of the Urban Public Realm

Private Management of the Urban Public Realm

Dr Claudio De Magalhães and Sonia Freire Trigo have published their RICS-sponsored research into the implications of the contracted-out management of the urban public realm. 
Nick Gallent Elected to the Academy of Social Sciences

Nick Gallent Elected to the Academy of Social Sciences

The Bartlett School of Planning's Professor Nick Gallent has been elected to the very prestigious Academy of Social Sciences in recognition of his contribution to the social sciences as a leading researcher ...

Simonetta Tunesi Argues for Integrated Waste Management

Simonetta Tunesi, Honorary Senior Research Associate at the Bartlett School of Planning, spoke at the annual Waste Forum organised by the Italian NGO, Legambiente on 8th October 2015 in Rome. 

The Bartlett School of Planning Receives Green Impact Platinum Award

The Bartlett School of Planning has received a Platinum award at the annual UCL Green Impact Awards in recognition of its efforts in creating a more sustainable UCL. These include a new Green ...

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Resources:Framed Photography Competition 2016

Resources:Framed Photography Competition 2016

09 November 2015 - 26 February 2016


To coincide with the 2016 UN-Water theme and World Water Day on March 22, this year’s Resources:Framed photo competition will be themed ‘Water for People, Water by People’.

UCL ISR now ...
UCL ISR Seminar: Mining's Contribution to Sustainable Development by Magnus Ericsson, Luleå University of Technology

UCL ISR Seminar: Mining's Contribution to Sustainable Development by Magnus Ericsson, Luleå University of Technology

24 February 2016

In this seminar Magnus Ericsson, Consulting professor at Luleå University of Technology, Sweden, will discuss how mining can make a contribution that translates to greater well-being for the people, communities and countries where ...
Data-driven,
Networked Urbanism

Data-driven, Networked Urbanism

25 February 2016

For as long as data have been generated about cities various kinds of data-informed urbanism have been occurring. In this paper, I argue that a new era is presently unfolding wherein data-informed urbanism ...
Joint UCL-Energy, UCL Institute of Sustainable Resources and UCL Global Governance Institute 'Wanted: a third generation of global governance research' with Dr Tom Pegram, Lecturer in Global Governance

Joint UCL-Energy, UCL Institute of Sustainable Resources and UCL Global Governance Institute 'Wanted: a third generation of global governance research' with Dr Tom Pegram, Lecturer in Global Governance

01 March 2016

Sustainable resources and energy policy are excellent examples of challenging governance topics that cannot be solved within a single country’s sovereignty and jurisdiction. Whilst there are institutions and conferences (e.g. Paris ...
Joint UCL-Energy, UCL Institute of Sustainable Resources and UCL Global Governance Institute 'Wanted: a third generation of global governance research' with Dr Tom Pegram, Lecturer in Global Governance

Joint UCL-Energy, UCL Institute of Sustainable Resources and UCL Global Governance Institute 'Wanted: a third generation of global governance research' with Dr Tom Pegram, Lecturer in Global Governance

01 March 2016

Sustainable resources and energy policy are excellent examples of challenging governance topics that cannot be solved within a single country’s sovereignty and jurisdiction. Whilst there are institutions and conferences (e.g. Paris ...
UCL ISR Public Lecture: 'Resourcing Future Generations - mineral supply constraints necessitate a global policy response' by Edmund Nickless, Geological Society of London

UCL ISR Public Lecture: 'Resourcing Future Generations - mineral supply constraints necessitate a global policy response' by Edmund Nickless, Geological Society of London

16 March 2016

Adoption of the COP21 agreement suggests that nations will invest in infrastructures for renewable energy sources. These changes will require vast amounts of metals and minerals.  Regardless of whether known supplies are enough ...
Masters Open Day

Masters Open Day

23 March 2016

The Bartlett School of Planning will be hosting its annual Masters Open day on the afternoon of Wednesday 23rd March 2016, from 1:00-5:30pm.  
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