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Video: Why does whole-life carbon matter for architects?

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The AJ asked experts in sustainable design why whole-life carbon is important for architects to think about in their day-to-day work

Featuring:

  • Duncan Baker-Brown, BBM Sustainable Design and senior lecturer, University of Brighton
  • Hero Bennett, sustainability consultant, Max Fordham
  • Michael Pawlyn, director, Exploration Architecture
  • Mina Hasman, SOM associate and member of RIBA commission on Ethics and Sustainable Development
  • Anthony Thistleton, founder and director, Waugh Thistleton Architects

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Film by Edward Bishop of Stephenson/Bishop

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