Source: British Council
It was an honour to be invited by the British Council to join ‘The Climate Connection’, a platform that brings people together from around the world to meet the challenges of climate change. The Climate Connection is also an integral part of the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP 26) that is being held this year in Glasgow, UK.
In ‘We want to create green cities’, I speak about the importance of cutting down emissions in our built environment and how the lessons from the past have informed Pomeroy Studio’s design and research efforts in the present. We continue to hope that such efforts will make a positive impact for future generations.
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