Our case studies highlight network activities and approaches that promote the use of evidence and help share learning:
By engaging both researchers and stakeholders, we have maximised and accelerated the use of outputs from across the academic community to inform the development of sustainable infrastructure and the built environment.
Cascading knowledge through ARCC conferences, with input from BIOPICCC project, Sustainability East and Essex County Council.
Our workshops and webinars for early career researchers have helped to enhance professional skills and develop expertise in maximising the impact of their research.
Working with other networks to share expertise and research. Linking PROMETHEUS and COPSE outputs with the Technology Strategy Board Design for Future Climate programme.
Drawing on experiences from sequential research programmes (BKCC, SKCC, ARCC) to explore the value of coordinated and long-term research in sustained engagement between researchers and stakeholders.
Providing comprehensive evidence for use by policymakers. Outputs from SNACC, CREW and LUCID inform the Green Deal.
Working with the Feeling Good Foundation, we organised a series of seminars to examine how people’s sense can be affected by the design of public spaces and building frontages.
Providing evidence to underpin advice and guidance given by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) to its 20,000 building services professionals.