The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries is thrilled to share the success of a School of Architecture student, who has won the ArchitecturePLB Sustainability Prize.
Professor Steffen Lehmann, Founding Director of the Cluster for Sustainable Cities, is co-editor of the new book entitled: Growing Compact. Urban Form, Density and Sustainability.
On Monday 5th June 2017, Toby Meredith, Media Production Centre Manager within the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, attended a BAFTA ran workshop in Sustainability in Film and Television Education. The workshop was attended by several members of higher education institutions, the NUS and Learning on Screen.
A debate on the growing pressures on our cities and infrastructural systems
Professor Steffen Lehmann, of the Cluster for Sustainable Cities at the University of Portsmouth gave lectures at two Brazil Universities last month.
The Cluster for Sustainable Cities at the University of Portsmouth, a university-wide cross-faculty research concentration that brings together over 35 researchers to examine issues of climate change and urbanisation, has teamed up with universities in China and the Netherlands to explore the impact of future sea-level rises. The Xi’an Jiaotong University (Institute for Population and Development Studies), Hong Kong Polytechnic
Ms Natalie Poole, the new Ambassador for the Cluster for Sustainable Cities at the University of Portsmouth began her role with the research group this September. Natalie is a talented Graphic Design student in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries and will be working with the Cluster full-time for the next 10 months. The Cluster for Sustainable Cities is an interdisciplinary
A fun and challenging competition that will give students the opportunity to work with and improve the sustainability performance of Land Rover BAR, with the further potential to be offered work experience or an internship. The competition is to design an innovative sustainability project or solution for the sailing team (and/or its support base) and is open to all University
On Friday 5th and Saturday 6th of February, The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries held the second session of the CCI HotHouse Programme 15/16 focusing on the theme of Sustainability and the Environment. On early Friday 5th seventeen colleagues from across the University of Portsmouth travelled to Marwell Hotel, Hampshire for an intensive 24 hours of innovative thinking. The CCI HotHouse Programme 15/16