Reset all

1 2 3 4

Showing 1–6 of 24 results

Liveable Cities

Academic or Industry Research

Liveable Cities is an ambitious, five-year programme of research to develop a method of designing and engineering UK cities that take cognisance of one planet living, one world resources and individual and societal wellbeing. Read more…

(0) Comments (0)

Added by

(2) Resources

Smart London Plan

Guidance and industry reports

The Mayor’s view is clear. To support London’s future growth, we must look to what new approaches innovation in digital technology can bring. Read more…

(0) Comments (0)

Added by

(1) Resource

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…

(0) Comments (0)

Added by

(3) Resources

Louise Sunderland

(18) Resources

View profile

The Business of Cities

Blogs & Opinion

A blog about the Foresight Future of Cities research project, which looks at the opportunities and challenges that cities will face over the next... Read more…

(0) Comments (0)

Added by

(2) Resources

Louise Sunderland

(18) Resources

View profile

A history of experiential futures

Blogs & Opinion

This blog investigates the intersection of forward thinking, media, activism, and design. Written by Stuart Candy, Director of the Situation Lab, foresight/design prof at OCAD University, and Research Fellow of The Long Now Foundation. Read more…

(0) Comments (0)

Added by

(1) Resource

Louise Sunderland

(18) Resources

View profile

Retrofit 2050: Critical Challenges for Urban Transitions

Academic or Industry Research

Scaling up retrofit presents a number of critical challenges for the transition to urban sustainability. Drawing together insights from the EPSRC... Read more…

(0) Comments (0)

Added by

(1) Resource

1 2 3 4

Showing 1–6 of 24 results

Our Sponsors

Ecobuild   Marks and Spencer Mitsubishi Electrica Wates foundation