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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include a talk at Ecobuild by AJ sustainability editor Hattie Hartman on women in sustainable construction

Smarter cities: how technology is shaping the cities of the future

smarter cities

When: 04 March, 6pm

Where: RIBA

A evening debate will discuss the future of smarter cities and using computer models to predict the inner workings of the city. Speakers include past RIBA president and director of Penoyre & Prasad Sunand Prasad and Marcelo Ebrard, former mayor of Mexico City.

www.intelligencesquared.com

Materials and processes

piers taylor

When: 04 March, 6pm

Where: Bath Brewery, BA1 7DE

Piers Taylor of Invisible Studio will give an evening talk on ‘making’ followed by debate and questions. 

www.fcbstudios.com

Ecobuild

ecobuild

When: 5 - 7 March

Where: ExCeL

Ecobuild brings together trades, products with a wide range of seminars and talks.

www.ecobuild.co.uk

Women in sustainability

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When: March 6, 3.15pm

Where: UK-GBC Big Tent, Ecobuild

As part of the free seminar sessions at Ecobuild, Hattie Hartman will talk about women in sustainable architecture.

www.ukgbc.org

Urbano build event

Sofie Pelsmakers

When: 7 March, 8am

Where: INC Space - Centum 5, Covent Garden

At this networking event organised by Urbano Build, Sofie Pelsmakers will discuss her book entitled The Environmental Design Pocketbook.

www.urbanonetwork.co.uk

 

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