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The Architecture of Emergency Summit
Activists, academics and practitioners examine how the industry can take action on climate change
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How should architecture respond to the climate crisis? At a time when campaigners, cities, institutions and governments around the world are declaring a state of emergency in response to climate change, architects and urban practitioners must rethink how their practice will shape our future. Watch leading figures address this issue at an event held last September at the Barbican, which explored the intersection of the climate emergency and architecture, featuring Mariam Aslam from Extinction Rebellion, Guy Shubsole from Friends of the Earth, ROTOR, climate lawyer Farhana Yamin, Oslo Triennale curator Maria Smith and comedian Matt Winning, among many others.