BEGINS the event blurb: “Architecture and Design Scotland has recently undertaken an exploration in to designing for a changing climate, where a ‘whole-place’ approach to the net-zero carbon challenge was advocated.
“Through rethinking how we move about, how we live, how we support town centres and how we become more self-sufficient, we were able to consider different ways to address carbon emissions, as well as climate adaptation.
“Join Architecture and Design Scotland for the launch of the Designing for a ‘Changing Climate: Carbon-Conscious Places’ report, which explores:
- Eight principles of a ‘carbon-conscious place’, and examples;
- Vision for Scotland in 2050 – exploring rural, town and urban ‘carbon-conscious places’; and
- Reflections on four pilot projects in Shetland, Strathard, Elgin and Glasgow.”