Green Impact, UCL's annual sustainability programme is now live for the 2014-15 period, and all departments and divisions are encouraged to get involved. More...
Published: Oct 31, 2014 5:10:00 PM
The Sustainability Team are gathering ideas, views and insights into how we can all create a more sustainable UCL. After all, no one knows your departments, buildings and your work like you do. More...
Published: Oct 29, 2014 10:34:00 AM
The Mayor of London's Low Carbon Entrepreneur has returned to find more student-led sustainable business ideas. And London City Hall is looking for ambassadors to promote the competition. More...
Published: Oct 27, 2014 3:45:00 PM
During Green Week UCL an exhibition of posters on topics related to the environment will take place in UCL's South Cloisters on October 16th and 17th. Below is a list of the works that will be displayed.
Ilan Adler*, Karen Hudson-Edwards** and Luiza Campos* (*Civil,
Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, UCL** Dept. of Earth and
Planetary Sciences, Birkbeck, University of London): Drinking the rain:
Quality issues and technological advances. Abstract. Poster (pdf).
UCL iGEM 2012 team: Plastic Republic - Bioremediation of Marine Plastic Waste. Abstract.
Paula Morgenstern (UCL Energy Institute): Challenges to heat metering in poorly performing apartment blocks. Abstract.
Irena McCabe (Science and Technology Studies): Display re environmental sustainability. Abstract.
Prof. Juan Luis de las Rivas Sanz1. Marina Jimenz Jimenz2, Mario Paris3 (1 IUU – Instituto Universitario de Urbanistica of University of Valladolid. 2 IUU – Instituto Universitario de Urbanistica of University of Valladolid. 3 IUU – Instituto Universitario de Urbanistica of University of Valladolid, UCL-CASA Visiting Reseacher): Landscape as Strategy in Urban Planning: The new Master Plan of Valladolid (2012). Abstract.
Melvin Wan (Psychology): Gardens by the Bay: Singapore’s Model for Sustainable Development. Abstract.
Milena Nikolic (Cognitive, Perceptual and Brain Sciences Research): There Aren’t Plenty More Fish in the Sea: A Causal Model Approach to
Understanding Overfishing. Abstract.
Energy Social Sciences Research Group (UCL Energy Institute): The social side of energy use. Abstract.
Bernadette Devilat Loustalot (Bartlett UCL): Re-construction alternatives for heritage villages after earthquakes. Chile: 2005, 2010, 20??. Abstract.
Craig Robertson (UCL Energy Institute): Rally Round the Data! The role of energy data feedback in building design and construction practice. Abstract.
Felipe Lanuza Rilling (Bartlett Faculty of Built Environment): Representing absence: The Territories of the Ex-Railway Circumvallation of Santiago. Abstract.
William Hines (Computer Science): Reseed - the mission to redistribute unidentified wealth. Abstract.
Gustav Milne (UCL Institute of Archaeology): The Evolutionary Determinants of Health: supporting the case for a greener UCL. Abstract.
Douglas Davies (Space and Climate Physics): The innocence of new Life. Abstract.
Rosalina Babourkova-Horner (Development Planning Unit): Gender and Environmental Perceptions in a Roma Community. Abstract.
Folashade Akinmolayan (Chemical Engineering): A detailed mathematical modelling representation of clean water treatment plants. Abstract.
Laura Tamjarv (UCLU Green Economy Society): Laura Tamjarv (UCLU Green Economy Society): Welcome to the UCLU Green Economy Society! Abstract.
Himani Gupta (The Bartlett School of Planning): Form and Mass. Abstract.
Marianne Jennifer R. Datiles, Professor Michael Heinrich (Centre for Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy, UCL School of Pharmacy): Digitizing Plant Traditions, Preserving Cultural Heritage: An Ethnobotanical Database for Medicinal Plant Uses of Indigenous Mount Pinatubo Ayta, Philippines.
Samiur Rahman (Department of Electronic Engineering): Phase-sensitive FMCW radar for high precision Antarctic ice shelf profile monitoring and imaging. Abstract.
Massimiliano Materazzi (Chemical Engineering Department): Clean energy from waste: fundamental investigations on high temperature bubbling fluid bed gasifiers. Abstract.
Shlomit Flint (Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA)): How Do Latent Orders Determine Residential Dynamics of Minorities in East-London? Abstract.