On Dezeen, an article by Nat Barker collects the opinions of some architects ahead of COP27, the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, being held in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, from 6 to 18 November.
Among the architects interviewed, Stefano Boeri speaks on the issues of global warming and social and environmental responsibility in shaping international macro-policies and global goals in physical places and spaces.
“I find it very important that [COP27] is being held in Egypt, a country that more than others is suffering the consequences of the climate crisis. I hope we will have the opportunity to study and discuss real projects and not just declarations. I think it is really important for us architects to bring concrete examples to Sharm El-Sheik, in addition to declarations,’ concludes Stefano Boeri.
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