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Daniel publishes two articles in Opticon 1826

Based on work for UCL MSc Urban Studies

Daniel publishes two articles in Opticon 1826

Daniel Lobo has two articles based on his work for the UCL Urban Studies MSc course in the Autumn edition of Opticon 1826, UCL’s journal run and edited by postgraduate students.


The first, Why is the environmental justice movement so much stronger in the USA than in Europe? is a research note which aims to contribute to the debate on international environmental justice by addressing the different relationships that the USA and Europe establish with the Environmental Justice Movement  (EJM). Report for planners on the urban politics of Deptford regeneration is an urban politics case study of the unjust process of recent regeneration initiatives in Deptford.


Daniel is an Architecture and Urbanism graduate of Technical University of Lisbon (FAUTL), and also studied at the Faculty of Civil Architecture in Milan. He has worked in architecture studios in Amsterdam, 2006 and London, 2007-08, and has worked as a freelance architect-urbanist since 2008.


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