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Have you ever thought of taking a greater role within SEDA? We are looking for new directors to assist SEDA with its growth and development. We are looking for people with enthusiasm for ecological design, good organisational skills and are particualrly looking for people with a financial or marketing background. ...

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Have you ever thought of volunteering with SEDA? We need a pool of energetic individuals to get involved and help organising our lively events programme and ground breaking ecological design initiatives. In particular we are looking for people to assist with:- organising and running SEDA green drinks in Glasgow, Edinburgh ...

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Deadline extension: now Monday 11 April 2016This year SEDA is publishing100 Sustainable Scottish Buildings in association with Festival of Architecture 2016. The deadline for nominating a building has been extended to Monday 11 April 2016. The aim of the publication is to pull together a list of building of all ...

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The 2015 SEDA annual review is now available to download. At the core of SEDA are the drivers of fostering a community of likeminded people, promoting research and innovation, influencing policy, informing the public and managing our affairs efficiently. Based on this structure, we continue to build the size and ...

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The SEDA annual review is now available to download. What a year: exceptionally busy, lots of events, publications, research and funding applications. At the core of SEDA are the drivers of fostering a community of likeminded people, promoting research and innovation, influencing policy, informing the public and managing our affairs ...

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A new Scottish Scenic Routes architecture anmd landscape architecture competition has been launched by the Scottish Government's 'Construction Scotland Innovation Centre'. The competition is open, and free, to architects and landscape architects still within five years of having completed their RIBA Part II or achievement of Graduate Landscpe Architect status. ...

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A local authority is planting up a city's flowerbeds with tomatoes, courgettes and other vegetables. Eight flowerbeds in Stirling are receiving an edible makeover in a project which it is hoped will inspire residents to grow their own. Other vegetables being planted in the borders include dwarf French beans, sweetcorn, ...

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The above is a panoramic view of the area under threat. The following is from the scottishboating.blogspot.com/There is an application to put an enourmous fish farm across half of Cuan Sound, with intention to have 100's of kilowatts of lighting, seal scarers and licence to kill nearby seals. The site ...

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Sustainable design principles were used to create a space designed by architect Michael Arad and landscape architect Peter Walker. The memorial consists of a peaceful tree-filled plaza and two reflecting pools in the exact places where the towers once stood. http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/2nXAMo/inhabitat.com/nyc/911-memorial-uses-green-design-to-create-a-place-of-remembrance/

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