Updates about content and related news on Sustainable Places.
10 December 2010
CABE's Sustainable Places programme has helped people take practical action to tackle climate change. We asked Andy Nolan from Sheffield City Council to explain how he has been involved in the programme, and what Sheffield is doing to become a more sustainable city.
27 September 2010
From protecting local green spaces and designing eco-friendly buildings, through to creating a green space network, there are lots of ways to put green infrastructure into the heart of the places where we live.
25 August 2010
As towns and cities become wetter and warmer as a result of climate change, trees are increasingly important to the places where we live. With their numbers in decline, we need to act now to preserve adequate levels of tree coverage.
28 July 2010
Making a school sustainable is partly about the smart application of technology. But it’s also about the ethos and ambitions of a school.
13 July 2010
Inspirational examples of how villages, towns and cities around the world are becoming greener and cleaner.
26 May 2010
Two experts on transport planning, Peter Headicar and Marcial Echenique, tell us what they think about the role of spatial planning in encouraging more sustainable travel.
24 May 2010
CABE design reviews show how design teams across England are addressing sustainability with varying degrees of success.
22 March 2010
No one knows exactly how many green spaces there are in our urban areas, where they are, who owns them or what condition they are in. CABE's new report starts to fill this information gap.
10 March 2010
A new report by a UK Green Building Council and Zero Carbon Hub task force looks at how we can shift from centralised to community-scale management of energy, waste and water resources.
1 March 2010
Two green infrastructure projects in Seoul, South Korea, show clear environmental, social and economic benefits and are helping to transform the city into an ecologically friendly metropolis.
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