Planetary Health examined by Committee

07 March 2019

With increasing numbers of the world’s population expected to live in urban areas by 2030, the fourth session of the Committee’s Planetary Health inquiry will focus on cities and whether buildings are being planned and designed to meet the challenges posed by overheating and climate change.

It will also consider what can be done to make living in cities healthier when it comes to transport, green spaces and food in the urban environment.


Tuesday 12 March 2019, Wilson Room, Portcullis House

At 10.25am

  • Professor Mike Davies, Professor of Building Physics and the Environment, UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering
  • Professor Yvonne Rydin, Chair of Planning Environment and Public Policy, The Bartlett School of Planning, University College London
  • Dr Anastasia Mylona, Head of Research, Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers

At 11.25am

  • Daniel Black, Independent consultant and company Director, Daniel Black and Associates
  • Lawrie Robertson, Head of Strategic Planning, BuroHappold Engineering
  • Councillor Paulette Hamilton, Holyhead Ward, Birmingham City Council

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