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People, Place, Planet

Marmalade Lane Cohousing by Mole Architects, winner of a RIBA East Award 2019 and RIBA National Award 2019

People, Place, Planet

Join us for a series of online events focused on the climate emergency and the built environment

Join the Royal Institute of British Architects this autumn for a series of online events and activities delivered by our members and teams across the country, to bring focus to the climate emergency, sustainability, and the built environment.

All are welcome to attend, learn, share knowledge and be inspired to make the changes needed to tackle the climate emergency, so that we can all play our part in addressing this global crisis.

Browse the event series below and watch the recap of last year's programme, or learn more about how you can play your part by taking our 2030 Climate Challenge.

Banner image: Marmalade Lane by Mole Architects, photographed by David Butler.


2019 RIBA London Sustainable Architecture Festival

For last year's events, in September 2019, we took over Oasis Farm Waterloo for our first ever RIBA London Sustainable Architecture Festival.

The event attracted over 600 people of all ages, and helped celebrate, encourage and inspire sustainable architecture. RIBA Members spoke on a range of topics, including Passivhaus, flood resilience and rewilding. Thanks to Tame Design, a talented team of young architects, who recorded last year's talks programme in the videos below.

Take the 2030 Climate Challenge

If you're a RIBA Chartered Practice, sign up to the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge: a series of targets for practices to adopt to reduce operational energy, embodied carbon and potable water. You can also learn more about what the RIBA is doing to tackle the climate emergency by exploring our climate action content.

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