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abstract = "Due to the increasing risks from global warming, optimising our cities to cut carbon emissions to zero before 2050 is seen as one of the prerequisites for a sustainable world. In response to this challenge, a number of world cities have declared carbon emergency and an aspiration to achieve zero emissions, in some cases as early as 2030, but there are no clear pathways towards that goal. Simultaneously, all cities have been caught unprepared by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, testing their resilience to extremes. As the worldwide urban population is expected to grow to nearly 70% by 2050, there is an overwhelming case for improving our future by transforming cities into resilient zero carbon communities. The conference gathered an international audience of researchers, designers, experts, and policy makers to provide a forum for exchange of knowledge in the complex issues of multiple pathways towards resilient zero carbon cities. Video recordings of all contributions are on http://www.zerocarbonlab.com/conferences.html.The contributions include:Designing Future Urbanismby Prof Tom JefferiesChair of Future Cities at Queen{\textquoteright}s University Belfast, United Kingdom Optimization Bundle Paths of Building Envelope for Zero Carbon Strategiesby G{\"u}lin Yazıcıoğlu, Damlanur İlipınarMiddle East Technical University, Turkey Integrating artificial urban wetlands into communities: a pathway to carbon zero?by Dr Robert Rogerson, Dr Donagh Horgan, Dr Jennifer RobertsUniversity of Strathclyde, United KingdomHow can UK Housing Projects be Brought in Line with Net-zero Carbon Emission Targets?by Purvesh Bharadwaj, Prof Lubo Jankovic, Dr Silvio CartaZero Carbon Lab, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom Cumulative embodied and operational emissions of retrofit in Birmingham Zero Carbon Houseby John Christophers(1) and Prof Lubo Jankovic(2)(1)Zero Carbon House and (2)Zero Carbon Lab, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom A Systemic perspective for a Resilient Net Zero Futureby Dr Tom DolanUniversity College London, United Kingdom Novel alternatives to traditional at-risk heritage materials due to climate changeby Peter Booth and Prof Lubo JankovicZero Carbon Lab, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom Reducing embodied emissions with construction from hemp-lime bio-composite materialby Alex SparrowDirector, UK Hempcrete Ltd, United KingdomWhere Does the UK Supreme Court Stand on Climate Change?by Dr Chamu KuppuswamyUniversity of Hertfordshire, United KingdomDynamics of virtual urban networks: transactions, connections, urban memory, resilience potential, robustness and edge of collapseby Prof Lubo JankovicZero Carbon Lab, University of Hertfordshire, United KingdomSolar Dollars: Unblocking Multi-dimensional Mega-crisis with Complementary Currency Obtained from the Sunby Thomas H. Greco, Jr.Beyondmoney.net, United States Business Model Innovation for Resilient Zero Carbon Cities using Digital Twinsby Dr Erika P{\"a}rnUniversity of Cambridge, United KingdomCreating Zero Carbon Communities: The Role of Digital Twins in Green Recoveryby Sadaf Askari and David RossIntegrated Environmental Solutions, United Kingdom Developing resilience to emergencies: assessments of outdoor comfort and thermal indices before and during the COVID-19 pandemicby Dr Timothy O. AdekunleUniversity of Hartford, United States Resilient Zero Carbon communities - A novel workflowby Dr Silvio Carta, Dr Luigi Pintacuda, Dr Ian Wyn Owen, Tommaso TurchiUniversity of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom Construction Platforms and Design for Manufacture and Assemblyby Jaimie JohnstonDirector, Head of Global Systems, Bryden Wood, United Kingdom ",
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