Our politicians and energy companies have it within their power to cut fuel poverty, cut bills for the majority and to encourage energy efficiency at a stoke. But will they do anything about it? Continue reading
On 12th November Doug will be giving a public lecture at the Kent School of Architecture on behalf of the Centre for Architecture and Sustainable Environment. Doug will revisit (and build on) his highly acclaimed lecture ‘Building on Evolution’, so this is a chance to catch it if you missed it in London last month.
The descendent of “Building on Evolution” will be on Tuesday, 12th November 2013 6pm at Kent School of Architecture in the Marlowe Lecture Theatre 1.
Please do let us know if you are planning to come so that we can say hello at least.
2 Degrees has published Doug’s article on the need for a new system of performance metrics to bridge the communication gap between the sustainable construction industry and the businesses who will use its buildings.
I find it remarkable how dependent our economy is on oil price and how dependent oil price is on our economic activity, so I had a go at an infographic to try and understand it. Continue reading
A preview of the briefing that I will be giving to The Parliamentary and Scientific Committee on 22nd October about Smart Buildings and People exclusively for my blog readers. Continue reading