Wrestling wildlife

Today marks 50 years of the World Wildlife Foundation (not to be confused with the World Wrestling Federation!) and with precision timing Expedition have reached a design milestone for the WWF-UK Living Planet Centre – a new headquarters for WWF.  It is thanks to a high level of interdisciplinary collaboration that this project is shaping up to be exemplar in its approach to sustainable design – no fisty-cuffs in sight when juggling the many different needs of the project with the desire to touch the earth lightly… the wildlife comes first.


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Unexpected Consequences is a blog by Angela Crowther, a young engineer working in the Built Environment. Currently supported by the Royal Academy of Engineering and UKRC's Ingenious program the blog’s aim is to raise awareness of all the exciting opportunities the world of engineering has to offer to hopefully stimulate others into joining the industry.
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