Nov. 9, 2020

45 years of Building Inspiration - Lloyd Kahn - BS032

I'm very pleased to welcome the podcast - builder, photographer, publisher, editor and blogger... Lloyd Kahn! Lloyd is the editor in chief at Shelter Publications, has now published eight books on building; this series is cal...

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Sept. 7, 2020

The Rebel Architect - Scott McAulay - BS029

This episode we talk with Scott McAulay, from the Anthropocene Architecture School. Scott is a part 2 architectural technician who has been making lots of noise to shake up the architectural education model. We discuss Scott'...

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July 13, 2020

Earth floors are the most sustainable floors - Sukita Reay Crimmel - …

Full show notes available at: http://jeffreythenaturalbuilder.com/bs23-earth-floors-are-the-most-sustainable-floors-sukita-reay-crimmel This week I am talking with earth floor expert Sukita Reay Crimmel. Sukita has laid thous...

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May 28, 2020

How to make a Zero Carbon Britain - Paul Allen - BS019

I talk with Paul Allen from the Centre for Alternative Technology about how Britain can get to Net Zero carbon using only existing technologies. Incorporating work from the last 12 years of Zero Carbon Britain research and th...

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April 23, 2020

What can festivals teach us about sustainability? - Claire O'Neill - …

Claire O'Neill is a director at 'A Greener Festival' a not-for-profit company, committed to helping events, festivals and venues around the world to become more sustainable and to reduce environmental impacts. As pioneers in ...

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April 23, 2020

Sustainable Structural Engineering - Beth Williams - BS014

In the second of our birthday / lockdown triple bill... I have a conversation with Beth Williams, who is a 'Structural Engineer + Certified PassivHaus Designer. Passionate about diversity in construction, timber engineering a...

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April 23, 2020

How to retrofit our existing housing stock - Lucy Pedler - BS013

It's Building Sustainability's first birthday & most of the world is on lockdown... So this month sees a triple Building Sustainability podcast release to celebrate / occupy your mind. The first of this month's episodes is: L...

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July 10, 2019

Creating new sustainable towns - Noel Isherwood - BS006

In this episode we talk to architect, Noel Isherwood. The discussion is largely based around Poundbury, which is the expansion of Dorchester. It was designed for humans and community, not cars. We talk about some of the ideas...

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