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RIBA unveils sustainability hub

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is poised to launch an online ‘sustainability hub’ aimed at providing green information for architects, students, and educators

Going live on Monday 4 October, the platform has been billed as ‘promoting an entrepreneurial approach to green design’ and ‘placing sustainability at the core of the design process’.

The hub features: design strategies, case studies, a blog and short films. The online facility is expected to expand to include book reviews, forums and CPD.

Ruth Reed, RIBA president, said: ‘The RIBA has been at the forefront of sustainable and low carbon design for some time.

‘In developing the hub, we envisage that it will help to form the central, one-stop site for all of the Institute’s work on sustainability.’

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