UK Architects Declare Climate and Biodiversity Emergency Practice Guide 2021

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This document has been created by an Architects Declare working group to help signatories convert their declaration into meaningful action and build momentum
within their practice. The guide is intended to be a live, working document that helps fulfil the fourth point in our 12-point declaration by encouraging the sharing of knowledge and research on an open source basis. We expect this guide to evolve and be refined in future iterations as our understanding of the climate and biodiversity crises develops, and as our industry innovates to find new solutions to these challenges. We encourage our signatories—and other architectural practices or built environment practitioners —to contact us with feedback on this version and examples for the next version. Throughout the guide we have named suppliers, methods and frameworks which our authors have experience of. We included these specifics to help clarify our intention but encourage practices to do their own due diligence on specific services.

Baker-Brown contributed research, case studies and draft text for the Circularity & Waste Chapter 2.2 p.42
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages101
Publication statusPublished - 5 Oct 2021


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