Place Standard with a Climate Lens: Workshop for early adopters
25oct2:00 pm4:30 pmVirtual EventPlace Standard with a Climate Lens: Workshop for early adoptersA free online workshop for those interested in using Place Standard Tool with a Climate Lens resources OrganiserSniffer2:00 pm - 4:30 pm Event TypeWebinar & Talks,Workshop & Training
The Place Standard with a Climate Lens is a joint-led project by Sniffer, Sustainable Scotland Network and Architecture & Design Scotland, together with and
The Place Standard with a Climate Lens is a joint-led project by Sniffer, Sustainable Scotland Network and Architecture & Design Scotland, together with and funded by Public Health Scotland and Scottish Government.
Newly developed Climate Lens resources have been designed to build on the widely used Place Standard Tool (PST). The Place Standard Tool launched in 2015 has already proven to be a useful tool to structure conversations about a place. It helps make the complex interaction of the social, physical and economic aspects easier to understand.
We now understand that the climate emergency is the biggest issue facing the world. At a local level we need to think about how we design and use our places. Place Standard with a Climate Lens resources have been designed for considering a joined up, collaborative, and participative approach to climate action within a place.
The resources were piloted with 10 placemaking projects from across Scotland and their feedback used to refine the resources, which are now available for anyone to use.
We would like to invite potential early adopters of these resources to attend a free online workshop with the project team, to provide further guidance on how to get the most from the newly published resources.
The session will cover;
- An introduction to the Place Standard with Climate Lens
- Guidance and tips for facilitators
- Q&A session with the project team
Further information, including links to the new resources, can be accessed at www.ourplace.scot/Place-Standard-Climate
Some sections of this event will be recorded to enable those who do not attend the session to access the information provided. Breakout discussion sections will not be recorded.
Please note this workshop has limited capacity, therefore tickets are initially limited to a maximum of 2 per organisation. If you require more than two tickets, or have any questions about the event please email [email protected].
(Tuesday) 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm