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Exploring Restorative Sustainability with COST RESTORE

The work and progress of the COST RESTORE Working Group One is nicely summarised in this Infographic. You can find out more on the RESTORE website, and there is still time to apply for the (free, funded) Training School In … Continue reading

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Grenfell Tower and the precautionary principle.

Many have written, blogged and commented on the avoidable tragedy at Grenfell Tower. I have been in two minds whether to add my voice, but then as a colleague pointed out, I have been blogging on themes pertinent to the … Continue reading

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Restorative Sustainability Research Visit Opportunities

RESTORE STSMs APPLY for a RESTORE Short Term Scientific Mission ! Interested in bringing Restorative Sustainability expertise to your country? Then apply for STSM within a Specific Areas of Interest. Short Term Scientific Missions in RESTORE STSMs are research visits … Continue reading

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A Green Built Environment supports the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s)

This blog has referenced the Sustainable Development Goals on many occasions, indeed within FutuREstorative I make the case for the SDG’s to replace the Brundtland definition. It is now three decades since the Brundtland Commission defined Sustainable Development as ‘doing … Continue reading

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A case for reconstructing the world of sustainable building standards.

  The sustainability media platform Green Biz recently carried an extract fromFutuREstorative Chapter Six, the New Sustainability Standards. Here is an abridged version … … (The following is an excerpt from “FutuREstorative, Working Towards a New Sustainability,”authored by Martin Brown and … Continue reading

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More | Better. An alternative approach to housing.

Delighted to have participated in the excellent More | Better – an evaluation of the potential of alternative approaches to inform housing delivery in Wales report by Ed Green and others at Cardiff University. The compelling More | Better report, … Continue reading

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Lancashire Construction is Blooming

With the regions transformational City Deal now getting into swing there will be ‘blooming’ opportunities for those in the Lancashire built environment sector over the coming months and years. And Constructing Excellence, through its Lancashire and Regional Clubs is well … Continue reading

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