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Events in May 2012

  • Meanwhile Uses: Revitalising the High Street

    Marcus Westbury - founder of Renew Australia and Renew Newcastle (in NSW Australia)
    Tuesday 22nd May 2012 - 4:00pm

    Marcus Westbury an internationally renowned speaker discusses temporary uses to stimulate the arts and creative Industries to facilitate regeneration.

  • Planning as if People Really Mattered

    Professor Hugh Barton, University of the West of England
    Tuesday 8th May 2012 - 5:30pm

    Despite all the rhetoric about sustainable development, much new development in the UK is literally building unhealthy, inequitable and carbon-intensive conditions into the fabric

  • Public Attitudes to Controlling Bovine Tuberculosis in Wales

    Dr Gareth Enticott, Cardiff School of Planning and Geograhy
    Tuesday 8th May 2012 - 4:00pm

    Attempts to control the spread of bovine tuberculosis between farmed cattle and wild badgers has caused considerable controversy.

  • Regional Economic Effects of Hydraulic Fracturing in Germany

    Kilian Bizer (Chair of Economic Policy and SME Research, Germany)
    Tuesday 1st May 2012 - 4:00pm

    Hydraulic Fracking (or Fraccing) is a relatively new technology to extract gas from unconventional sources such as shale.