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Planning in an age of climate and energy uncertainty

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Aaron Tuley has 20 years’ experience in landscape architecture, urban and regional design and planning, specializing in sustainability. He successfully weaves elements of the natural environment into urban settings to restore ecological function and achieve a sustainable balance between conservation and development. He is also a member of Transition Houston and District Manager with The Climate Project / Alliance for Climate Protection. He coordinates and administers presentations on climate change throughout the Southwest, made by people (including him) who have been personally trained by former US vice-president Al Gore and his cadre of IPCC scientists. This talk is organised by Transition Cambridge.

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