Decentralising energy systems in urban areas to aid national decarbonisation and urban sustainability goals.
BIOPICCC developed a methodology for selecting adaptation strategies to ensure health and social care systems are resilient to future climate changes.
Examining the design and delivery of adaptation strategies for the NHS Estate, increasing its resilience while also reducing carbon emissions.
SNACC: Suburban neighbourhood adaptation for a changing climate: identifying effective, practical and acceptable means of suburban re-design
How can existing suburban neighbourhoods be best adapted to reduce further impacts of climate change and withstand ongoing changes?
A multi-disciplinary team aims to design robust water supply systems at regional and local scales to improve supply and demand system performance under future climate change.
ARCADIA: Adaptation and Resilience in Cities: Analysis and Decision making using Integrated Assessment
A system-scale understanding of the relationships between climate impacts, the urban economy, land use, transport and the built environment in order to design cities that are more resilient and adaptable.
A project to examine the nature of the UK transport system in 2050, and how could that be resilient to climate change?
Developing the means to locate and record the position of all buried utility assets without excavation using a single shared multi-sensor platform.
Producing a general and computationally efficient methodology for sizing HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning) plant and equipment in buildings.
PROCLIMATION: The use of probabilistic climate scenarios in building environmental performance simulation
Developing and implementing methodologies for using probabilistic climate projections (UKCP09) in building simulation and other analytical procedures.