Planning for Tomorrow’s Environment Podcast Episode 4

In the fourth episode of our six-episode Planning for Tomorrow’s Environment podcast series, we continue to explore the intrinsic role of planners in tackling climate change, paving the way to a sustainable, viable and vibrant future with guests from across the community. 

The built environment generates around 40% of global CO2 emissions so planners have a significant part to play in helping countries meet net zero targets, taking lessons learnt globally and applying them locally. 

Join guests Kelley Moore RPP, FCIP, Secretary General, Commonwealth Association of Planners and Simin Davoudi, Chair of Town Planning and co-Director, Newcastle University Centre for Researching Cities as they discuss how the UK is implementing global lessons in local planning. 

This episode is hosted by multi award-winning broadcaster and journalist Rob Smith and sponsored by the Centre for Sustainable Planning and Environments at UWE Bristol.