‘Experiences of urban energy in an African city’ by Dr Idalina Baptista, Short Courses Director

(c) bittegitteAwareness of climate change has raised a collective sense of urgency in recent years about the need to transform energy consumption patterns in order to reduce oil dependency. For some commentators, urban livelihoods in advanced economies of the global ‘North’ will probably have to adopt strategies that Continue reading

‘Learning from Hong Kong’ By Daniel Elsea, MSc student

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I have found myself recently looking to what I consider my second home – Hong Kong – for a fairly straightforward formula for how our increasingly affluent planet could quickly learn to consume less: a very specific type of intensive urbanisation that is Continue reading