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Sphera Carbon Negative Concrete

In the latest article from our net zero series, we detail our collaboration with material innovators, Sphera, on developing carbon negative blockwork.

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Net Zero Construction

The first stage on our pathway to net zero concentrates on reducing emissions and embodied carbon during construction and identifies carbon reduction strategies for different building types.

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Our Net Zero Future

In the first paper of our net zero series, we outline our pathway to net zero through our focus on reducing whole life emissions.

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Promoting Walking Through Placemaking

Ryder associate, Cathy Russell, and Northumbria University PhD candidate, Nafsika Michail, discuss the links between urban design, walkability and behaviour change.

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Reconnecting Mobility and Place

Ryder associate, Cathy Russell, and Sustrans Infrastructure Coordinator, Laurence Bonner, discuss placemaking to facilitate walking and cycling for all

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Space for Living

Otto Chung discusses creating third places through urban reclamation in Hong Kong.

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Bringing Generations Together

Becky Irving discusses the importance of ensuring our design solutions work towards enabling people to stay connected within their communities.

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Building a Better Future for the Homeless

Elinor Grant discusses how social partnerships in the construction industry can combat the current homelessness crisis in the UK and beyond.

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Summary of the Final Hackitt Report

Alexandra Blaylock reviews the recommendations to industry changes arising from the independent review of building regulations and fire safety by Dame Judith Hackitt.

Green Space and Activity

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Green Space and Activity

Cathy Russell and Amy Sullivan consider the importance of access and views to green space and nature. This is the last article of the Urban Design and Mental Health series.

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