Green Architecture Day 2020

Permaculture Magazine
Thursday, 13th February 2020

Green Architecture Day is back in Brighton with talks ranging from climate emergency designing and carbon neutral solutions, to circular economies and green roofs.

Green Architecture is back for 2020 with Oliver Heath hosting. A day packed full of inspiring talks with pioneering action oriented experts who are inspiring us to build, work and live in greener, healthier, buildings and communities.

Expect talks on a diverse range of topics from industry experts, including:

Bryn Thomas | Brighton Permaculture Trust
Applying permaculture design to the climate emergency

Clara Bagenal George | Elementa
A climate emergency design guide and more

Dusty Gedge | European Federation of Green Roof Associations
Carbon neutral, green roofs and delivering nature-based solutions

Duncan Baker-Brown | BBM Design
Mining the Anthropocene – change to adopting circular economies

Ehab Sayed | Founder and Director of Innovation at Biohm
A Biomimetic Future

Maria Brenton | UK Cohousing Network
The Older Women’s Cohousing Community – trying to live greener

Topics will cover issues from older-women's co-housing and carbon neutral green roofs to adopting circular economies to creating biomimetic futures and climate emergency design guides.

Organised by Brighton Permaculture Trust and Low Carbon Trust, Green Architecture Day 2020 on 28 March is all about ACTION. Giving insights and ideas into the present and future of Green Architecture.

Saturday 28th March 2020, 10:30am to 5pm at: Sallis Benney Theatre, University of Brighton, Grand Parade Building, Brighton, BN2 0JY.

Lunch: A plant based/ vegetarian lunch will be served, courtesy of Brighton Permaculture Trust chef Fran. Please get in touch in advance if you have any dietary requirements when you book. Tea coffee will be provided. IMPORTANT – Bring your own cup – no disposable cups will be available at this event.

Click here to see the full lineup and booking info:

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