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Blue-Green Perspectives: Adapting to Climate Change Impacts – NOW!
Thursday 30 April 2020
10.00 - 11.00am
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A public talk delivered as part of the Furlough College mini masters ‘Green Recovery’ module. Darren Woolf explores measures that can employed in city infrastructure that can mitigate the impact of climate change and increase resilience.

Darren Woolf is Chair of CIBSE Building Simulation Group and a visiting professor in the Building Energy Research Group at Loughborough University. He has supported the delivery of building physics solutions on UK and international projects across most market sectors for 25 years and has a keen interest in understanding and optimizing the performance of natural and mechanical systems working with the building envelope to provide high quality, low energy environments.

Over the last 10 years he has been developing his understanding of blue green thinking and promoting it through his website www.bluegreenuk.com.  He is an advisor to NGO Thames Blue Green Economy which is itself promoting the need for integrated water resource management.   He firmly believes that if blue green thinking was applied London-wide that this would provide a template for future urban living in many parts of the world.