Advancing climate action through teaching and research is a key priority for The Bartlett. In 2021, we ran a global campaign and pledged to reach net zero.
Cultural heritage must be preserved in harmony with the environment and the communities in which it exists, not in opposition or isolation.
Trial of the UK’s first peer-to-peer electricity market allows social housing tenants to benefit from a rooftop solar PV array and communal battery.
Bartlett researchers are working with institutions in Ghana and Zambia to integrate climate change mitigation into national economic recovery plans.
There is a good, clear case for the role that alternative energy can play in meeting Britain’s future needs. Governmental policy must acknowledge this.
An investigation into domestic energy usage during lockdown reveals how demand spread through the day, with potentially positive implications for net zero.
From the allotment to national and international strategy, we need to design systems which allow ecologies to govern themselves.
85% of agricultural output across Africa is produced by small-holders. What do they need to maintain ecological balance while sustaining a continent?