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The Bartlett: Real World Impact

Explore the impact of The Bartlett's research in the real world.

Through a series of animations, get an insider look at how The Bartlett is working with governments, industry and other universities to understand the relationship between people, buildings and the built environment. Click the links below to watch and find out more:

New! Influencing policy on the climate crisis
 

How do we get to net zero?

This question is at the heart of the climate crisis – and one that demands a global response.

As part of The Bartlett's Real World Impact campaign, this animation explores how we're working to influence policy at all scales, partnering with countries, industries and international organisations to help them achieve a low-carbon future by reducing reliance on fossil fuels and cutting carbon emissions. 

Credits
Art direction & illustration: Boyle & Perks
Copywriting: George Bull, Eggcorn
Animation: Plastic Horse 
Voiceover: Poppy Chancellor

The case studies featured in this animation are from the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources and the UCL Energy Institute.

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Watch other animations below...

Graphic image of a square house on a hill. Blue sky, white clouds with four red and white trees in the background

Wellbeing and care in the built environment

How do we design cities to support human health and wellbeing?

Graphic of pin board with pieces of paper, photographs and graphs. Centre piece of paper has 'Modernism' written in all caps.

Looking backwards to look forwards

How do we work with the past to improve the future?

Animation of subway car with green walls and yellow seats. From the window are a landscape of houses, buildings, people and trees

Championing equitable transport, infrastructure and place quality

How do we plan and design places for the collective good?