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Kat Scott explains why she is working with the Architects Climate Action Network – and how you can get involved

The Architects Climate Action Network (ACAN) is a network of individuals established in the aftermath of the Extinction Rebellion in April 2019. ACAN seeks to be a catalyst for the change needed within the construction industry, presenting the opportunity for individuals to join together to form a collectively powerful voice.

We now number over 150 individuals who meet on at least a monthly basis, with working groups developing campaigns, resources and events to achieve the overarching aims of ACAN: decarbonise now; ecological regeneration; and cultural transformation.

But why now, and why architects?

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