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SEMINAR: "A universal quantitative methodology for assessing green gentrification" by Nick Martin

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SEMINAR SERIES “Green planning for the Just and Inclusive City

Organised by BCNUEJ group


Title: “A universal quantitative methodology for assessing green gentrification"

Speaker: Nick Martin, ICTA-UAB researcher

Date: Thursday, March 4th 2021
Time: 4pm CET
Venue: Online.

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In this 2021 Seminar Series, BCNUEJ Lab's doctoral students will present their researches on different areas related to Urban Environmental Justice and Sustainability.

Nick Martin is a doctoral researcher within the Sustainable Energy Transitions Laboratory (SENTINEL) team at the Institute of Environmental Science & Technology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (ICTA-UAB). His research is focussed on climate and energy policy, particularly within the field of renewable energy transitions. Prior to commencing this research, he worked within the BCNUEJ team as a data and GIS analyst on the GREENLULUS project.

 Prior to his studies at ICTA-UAB, Nick obtained a bachelor degree in Environmental Engineering at the University of Queensland in Brisbane and worked for over 15 years in a variety of engineering positions, specialising in flood and tidal modelling, development control and hazard planning. 

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