Oxford-Cambridge arc case study video as part of event ‘Sustainable city-regions – how can we enable zero-carbon living at scale?’

On November 4th 2021 Good Homes Alliance, alongside Bioregional and the Passivhaus Trust, hosted an event as part of the COP26 Built Environment Virtual Pavilion titled ‘Sustainable city-regions – how can we enable zero-carbon living at scale?’.

The below video is a short set of case studies from GHA members profiling the Oxford-Cambridge region. It featured as part of the wider event to generate debate on enabling zero-carbon living at scale, with the following objectives:

  • To present inspirational case studies that provide solutions to a target audience of developers, policymakers, planners, and architects.
  • To demonstrate how different approaches have delivered sustainability at scale for communities, cities, and regions across the world.
  • To focus on energy issues, but also draw together a range of macro issues across a progressive sustainable built environment.

The video features:

  • Hannah Scott, Bioregional
  • Emma Davies, Greater Cambridge Shared Planning
  • Tom Dollard, Pollard Thomas Edwards

The full event will be available on-demand in the near future.