Dissemination events

A selection of dissemination events are listed below:

2008

 

  • Workshop: Implementing Sustainability: Lessons Learned for Urban Regeneration in Birmingham’s Eastside
  • Hunt DVL, Lombardi DR, Weingaertner C. Workshop with Islington Borough Council Planning Division: Integrating Sustainability into the Core Strategy
  • Lombardi, DR. Expert panellist and planning committee, Birmingham Climate Change Strategy and Conference
  • Lombardi, DR. Developer Training Workshop (part 2): Sustainability and interdependencies in project development
  • Lombardi, DR. Implementing Sustainability: Lessons Learned for Urban Regeneration.  Presentation to igloo Socially Responsible Investing steering committee

2007

 

  • Member, Eastside Sustainability Advisory Group (ESAG)
  • Member, ISSUES consortium (CDF Rogers, Steering Committee member)
  • Several Steering Group meetings throughout the project
  • Hunt, D.V.L. ‘Sustainable water supplies for Eastside’, Invited speaker to SWITCH: Sustainable Water management Improves Tomorrow’s Cities Health seminar, Birmingham 12 Jan 2007
  • Hunt DVL, Porter EJ and Donavan RG. Various lectures to under-graduate and post graduate students 2005-2007
  • Lombardi, D.R. Developer Training Workshop (part 1): Sustainability and interdependencies in project development
  • Lombardi, DR “Birmingham Eastside Project: An Introduction.” Invited speaker to SWITCH: Sustainable Water management Improves Tomorrow’s Cities Health seminar, Birmingham 12 Jan 2007
  • Weingaertner, C “The Effect of Regeneration on Small Businesses in Eastside”. Presentation to Eastside Community Group, 17 Jan 2007

2006

 

  • CPD course on Green Roofs and Biodiversity organised by UoB / Landcare Associates (UoB, 15th November 2006)
  • Stakeholder, City Park Design Competition
  • Stakeholder, Eastside development framework
  • Host, 3rd annual International Industrial Symbiosis Research Symposium
  • Barber ARG. Reconciling Competitiveness and Inclusion in the Heart of the Entrepreneurial City? Planning for New Central Districts in Lyon and Birmingham. Conference paper presentation. World Planning Schools Congress, Mexico City, July 2006
  • Hunt, D.V.L. ‘Sustainable Water?: A feasibility study for Birmingham Eastside’, conference oral paper presentation. 4th CIWEM Annual conference Newcastle, UK - September 2006
  • Hunt, D.V.L. Rapourter for IAEG 2006 - Paper review presentation. The 10th International Congress of the IAEG, Nottingham, UK - September 2006
  • Hunt, D.V.L. ‘Sustainable Utility Infrastructure via Multi-Utility Tunnels’, conference (oral paper presentation). Canadian Society of Civil Engineering conference: Towards a sustainable future, Calgary, Canada, - May 2006
  • Lombardi, D.R. Researcher participant in SuScit (Citizen Science for Sustainability) EPSRC funded project
  • Lombardi, D.R. Steering committee Industrial Symbiosis of Water in Metals and Food/Beverage sectors (Cranfield University project)
  • Porter EJ. Dissemination of findings to Warwick Bar Project Team. July 2006
  • Rogers CDF. Presentations to practitioners and stakeholders to a joint UK-Canada academic workshop on Geotechnical Engineering Research (Belfast, May 2006)
  • Rogers CDF. Presentations to practitioners and stakeholders to the International Trenchless Technology Research Colloquia (Delft, September 2005 and Sydney, October 2006)
  • Rogers CDF. Presentations to practitioners and stakeholders to a joint UK SBGI and SBWWI on Utility Services (Warwick, February 2006)
  • Rogers CDF and the Eastside Sustainability Advisor contributed to the EPSRC video on the SUE Programme, projected throughout the Local Government Association Annual Conference (February 2006)
  • Rogers CDF. Presentations to practitioners and stakeholders to the US Transportation Research Board (TRB) Subsurface Soil-Structure Interaction Committee AFS40 (Washington DC, January 2006)

Up to 2005

 

  • Sustainable Urban Environments: Vision into Action Conference. This EPSRC funded Research Fellow Conference was organized jointly by University of Birmingham and University of Central England to foster dialog between different streams of research within the SUE program. Birmingham 28th February – 2nd March 2005
  • Bryson J.R. (2004) ‘People Versus Ecology’, paper presented in the ‘Peopling and the Ecology of the City’ session, 30th Congress of the International Geographical Union and the Institute of British Geographers annual Conference, Glasgow, 20 August
  • Bryson, J.R. and Sadler, J. (2004) Session organizers of two linked sessions with Sadler J.P. and Evans J. (both Birmingham), ‘Ecology, Nature and People in the City’ and ‘Peopling and the Ecology of the City’, 30th Congress of the International Geographical Union and the Institute of British Geographers annual Conference, Glasgow. Friday 20th August
  • Hunt, D.V.L.Business Council for Sustainable Development – ‘Leading UK academics introduce SUE to FutureBuild’ (article) BCSD newsletter, June 2005, 4 pages
  • Hunt, D.V.L. ‘Potential for sustainable water supplies in Birmingham Eastside’Eastside Breakfast seminar, Birmingham, UK – March 2005, , invited speaker
  • Hunt, D.V.L. SUE: Vision into Action Conference, Birmingham, UK – March 2005, ‘Barriers to sustainable infrastructure in urban regeneration’, conference oral paper presentation, awarded third prize
  • Hunt, D.V.L. Various presentations/workshops exploring the potential for implementation of sustainable technologies in Eastside as part of the Business Assist Programme funded by Advantage West Midlands – May 2003 to December 2004
  • Hunt, D.V.L. ‘Sustainable Infrastructure and Birmingham Eastside’, presentation on research findings. Eastside Dissemination seminar (Phase I), Birmingham, UK – November 2004
  • Porter EJ. Presentation about Eastside to overseas delegate to the International Development Department, University of Birmingham (September 2005)