Scotland’s climate is changing. How Scotland’s places are planned, delivered, adapted and used can help futureproof against the more extreme impacts of climate change. Join us on the 6th of October for the launch of our Carbon Conscious Places report.
Carbon Conscious Places Report
Architecture and Design Scotland recently undertook an exploration into designing for a changing climate, where practitioners use a whole place approach to meet the net zero carbon challenge. Through rethinking how we move about, how we live, how we support town centres and how we become more self-sufficient, we can consider the different ways to address carbon emissions, as well as climate adaptation.
Join Architecture and Design Scotland for the launch of the Designing for a Changing Climate: Carbon Conscious Places Report, which explores:
- 8 Principles of a Carbon Conscious place and examples
- Vision for Scotland in 2050 – exploring rural, town and urban carbon conscious places
- Reflections on 4 Pilot projects in Shetland, Strathard, Elgin and Glasgow.
Welcome and Introduction – Jim MacDonald, A&DS
A Carbon Conscious Place – Heather Claridge, A&DS
Sharing Learning – Pilot Project – Strathard Rural Land Use and Development Framework, Kirsty Sweeny, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Authority
Sharing Learning – Pilot Project – Knab Redevelopment, Lerwick, Iain McDiarmid, Shetland Islands Council
Joining the Event
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