Member

Louise Sunderland, UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC)

UK-GBC Member

Company Name:
UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC)

Job Title:
Senior Sustainability Advisor

Resources

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Wellbeing matters: Assessing views on the impact of the built environment on wellbeing.

Academic or Industry Research

Wellbeing is gaining momentum and slowly but surely entering into conversations around business and property. Privately, people value and recognise it but it has not transalated into business and value decision making. Read more…

High rise hope

Academic or Industry Research

THE SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY RETROFIT IN LARGE MULTI-STOREY TOWER BLOCKS
High Rise Hope is the first stage of a two part study investigating the social implications of energy efficiency retrofit in large multi-storey tower blocks. Read more…

Demolition or Refurbishment of Social Housing? A review of the evidence

Academic or Industry Research

The demolition of homes is amongst the most contentious issues in urban regeneration. Just Space [http://justspace.org.uk/] and the London Tenants... Read more…

Greening the Skyline

Guidance and industry reports, Academic or Industry Research

Political and economic devolution for cities in the UK is increasing along with a vigorous environmental agenda as cities take the lead in driving low carbon progress. Read more…

Vision 2050

Guidance and industry reports

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s cornerstone Vision 2050 report calls for a new agenda for business laying out a pathway to a world in which nine billion people can live well, and within the planet’s resources, by mid-century. Read more…

Drivers of Change cards

What will our world be like in 2050? This set of cards identifies some of the leading drivers of change that affect our future. The intention is for these cards to act as a trigger for discussion, further research and reflection about our future. Read more…

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