Climate change: mitigation and adaptation in historic towns

Speakers' presentations:

The following presentations can be downloaded as pdf files:

Thursday 21 October 2010

Message from His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, Patron of HTF (11KB)

What Oxford is doing in policy terms - the big picture of diverse Oxford (379KB) -
Huw Jones, Director of Environment and Economy, Oxfordshire County Council

What Oxford is doing in policy terms - the big picture of diverse Oxford (97KB) -
Mel Barrett, Executive Director, Oxford City Council

New public buildings - the challenges for architects (326KB) -
Paul Finch, Chair, Cabe

Sustainability and historic buildings (ref: PPS5-HE.1) (333KB) -
Pat Aird, Head of National Planning Advice, English Heritage

Flood strategies for historic towns
(810KB) -
Barry Russell, Flood Risk Manager, The Environment Manager

Carbon reduction projects
 
(368KB) -
Richard Rugg, Head of Public Sector, The Carbon Trust

Renewable energy - even in sensitive locations (267KB) -
Jo Trussler, Coleshill Low Carbon Village Project Coordinator, National Trust

Parallel Sessions

[A] Low carbon building and the urban environment; Radcliffe Observatory Quarter Humanities Division and Library (1082KB) -
Peter Fisher, Associate, Bennetts Associates Architects

[B] Low carbon West Oxford case Study (944KB) -
Barbara Hammond, Chair, West Oxford Community Renewables

[C] Sustainable transport - Oxford's electric hybrid buses (145KB) -
Martin Sutton, Managing Director, Stagecoach in Oxfordshire

[D] The value of urban trees (1975KB)  -
Alan Simson  - Trees and Design Action Group / Leeds Metropolitan University

[E] Green guide for historic buildings (79KB) -
Ros Kerslake, Chief Executive, Prince's Regeneration Trust

[F] Being responsible about CR (113KB) -
Dave Farebrother, Environmental Director, Land Securities PLC

[G] Renewable energy, including wind turbines (160KB) -
Tony Duffin, Regional Manager (South West), Partnership for Renewables

[H] Sustainable homes and the growth agenda (171KB) -
Alison Mathias, Policy Manager, Homes and Communities Agency

[I] Demonstrating the sustainability value of old buildings.  The whole-life CO2 footprint of refurbishment vs new build - a case study (340KB) -
Rob Kinchin-Smith, Senior Historic Environment Consultant and Kat Zahran, Environment Consultant, RPS

[J] Adaptation and mitigation in a historic context (223KB) -
Jenny Ekelund, Head of Environmental Sustainability, Oxford University Estates Directorate.