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Brave New City London - see the future in film

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Panellists including Paul Morrell, Peter Guthrie and Martin Powell will use video clips to paint their vision for future sustainable development at ISSUES’ flagship panel event Brave New City London

The full panel includes: Peter Heath, technical director at Atkins Global; Paul Morrell, chief construction advisor at BIS; Martin Powell, director of projects at the London Development Agency; Geoff Mulgan, director of the Young Foundation and Peter Guthrie, head of the Centre for Sustainable Development at the University of Cambridge.

They will tackle questions such as ‘What will the cities of the future look like?’, ‘How will we live, work and play?’ and ‘What choices can we make now to secure the urban future we want?’

The event starts at 6pm on 24 March at the Institute of Civil Engineers in Westminster.

The ISSUES project is a research group run by Heriot Watt University, Cambridge and the Centre for Sustainable Development at the University of Cambridge.

Visit the ISSUES website for more information

To be in the audience contact: a.cooper@hw.ac.uk

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