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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

This week’s events include a discussion about how architects can shape the future

Open Charter Agency: The image of the architect

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When: 26th March, 6pm

Where: RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London

A public discussion that asks what is the role of the architect and how might they be ‘agents of change for the future’.

www.architecture.com

open-charter.net

The AJ CPD Portal

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Take the latest in the AJ’s series of CPDs. Laser scanning is becoming an increasingly popular method for carrying out building surveys. This CPD introduces the benefits of 3D laser scanning for architectural practice.

www.architectsjournal.co.uk

Policy event: Carbon sequestration from forests to buildings

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When: 26 March, 1.30pm

Where: Central House, UCL

UCL’s Institute of Sustainable Resources and the Alliance for Sustainable Building Products (ASBP), are hosting a seminar on how carbon sequestration in buildings can reduce our net greenhouse gas emissions.

www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk

Check out the Green Sky Thinking programme

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Decide your programme for Green Sky Thinking week. This year’s theme is Mapping Sustainable London.

www.greenskythinking.org

SEDA Green Drinks

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When: 28th March 2013, 6pm.

Where: New Glasgow Society Gallery, 1307 Argyle Street, Glasgow

Drinks at 6pm followed by a talk at 6.30pm from Matt McKenna of Dress for the Weather and Micheal Holliday of Roots Design Workshop/Tog Studio. They will discuss how ecological design helped form the ethos of their emerging practices.

www.seda.uk.net

 

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