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As the work of the Retrofit 2050 project draws to a close, a recent report presents key findings from across the six universities involved to explore Critical Challenges for Urban Transitions.
The Retrofit 2050: Policy and Practice Conference will take place in London on 12th March to conclude the project and disseminate key findings.
Places for the final Retrofit 2050 academic conference are filling up fast, with a limited number of spaces still available. The conference will include presentations around the themes of:
‘Urban Retrofitting for Sustainability: Mapping the Transition to 2050’, edited by Tim Dixon, Malcolm Eames, Miriam Hunt and Simon Lannon of the Retrofit 2050 project and published by Earthscan Routledge, brings together interdisciplinary research on the financing tools, governance, technologies and systems innovation that would underpin widespread retrofitting of the built environment between the present day and 2050.