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Research for a more sustainable built environment

Leeds Sustainability Institute

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Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society

SEEDS Conference 2020

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The impact of the LSI’s research over the last few decades has been significant. Our research has produced insights that have changed the way homes are now built in the UK. We are consistently looking to expand into new areas of sustainability research and are proud of our links and collaborations with colleagues within Leeds Beckett University and beyond.

Professor Chris Gorse, Director of Leeds Sustainability Institute



Contact the Leeds Sustainability Institute

Leeds Beckett University, 107 Northern Terrace, City Campus, Leeds, LS2 8AG, United Kingdom

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Upcoming Events

Apr 28

Remembering Oluwale

In the current circumstances we have taken the decision to cancel our public facing events which we were due to host in the coming weeks. This decision will come into effect from Monday 16 March and covers all events scheduled until 30 April 2020. Events planned after this date will be kept under review. Please keep checking for updates.

Apr 29

The Matthew Caygill Lecture 2020 - The Political Work of Archives of Black Life: David Oluwale, Stephen Lawrence and British History

In the current circumstances we have taken the decision to cancel our public facing events which we were due to host in the coming weeks. This decision will come into effect from Monday 16 March and covers all events scheduled until 30 April 2020. Events planned after this date will be kept under review. Please keep checking for updates.

May 6

Before Grenfell Tower: Fatal Fires and Community Resilience in Post-War Britain

In the current circumstances we have taken the decision to cancel our public facing events which we were due to host in the coming weeks. This decision will come into effect from Monday 16 March, please keep checking for updates.

May 18

TouRNet 2020

The Tourism Research Network is happy to announce the 5th TouRNet PhD/ECR Symposium.

May 19

CollectivED Symposium

Coaching School Leaders: what makes a difference and why

May 22

RTM Spotlight

This year’s RTM spotlight focusses on the contribution that cultural tourism can make as destinations seek to deliver the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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