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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include plenty of festive drinks and a tour of the campus buildings at the University of East Anglia

UK-GBC Christmas Reception


When: 11 December, 6pm

Where: The Building Centre, London

Join members of the UK-GBC for drinks and canapés at their sixth annual Christmas event.


RESET Green Infrastructure and Ecosystem Services


When: 12 December, 9.30am – 5pm

Where: Allies and Morrison, London

Delivered by Gary Grant and Dusty Gedge, this interdisciplinary master class will explore issues facing London covering surface water management, urban heat island effects, and the quality of air, water and biodiversity.


UEA Low Carbon Campus Tour

Architype UEA

When: 12 December, afternoon

Where: University of East Anglia, Norwich

This tour will take a look at the UEA’s low carbon campus including a visit to their Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plant, the Thomas Paine Study Centre and the Elizabeth Fry Building.


Good Homes Alliance Festive Debate

GHA Logo

When: 12 December, 6pm

Where: Princes Foundation, London

Join the Good Homes Alliance for their Christmas debate, entitled What is a Good Home?. Panellists include Nahid Majid formerly of Cabe, John Hockin from the Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust, Felix Jonkisch of Creeby Rhomberg, Clare Wright from the Community Spirit Partnership and chairman of the Good Homes Alliance, Pete Halsall.


Low Carbon Construction Action Plan

Green Construction Board One Year On Report

Last week the AJ revealed details of the construction industry’s carbon reduction progress. Catch up with the Green Construction Board’s One Year On Report.

Should RIBA have an annual sustainability award?

Vote in the AJ poll

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