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If we want to build truly sustainable cities, we need to think about how women use energy and space

By Rihab Khalid, Research Fellow in Sustainable Energy Consumption, University of Cambridge
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Women and men balance their different responsibilities in different ways, something the pandemic has brought into sharp relief. But that isn’t always considered by those designing buildings. In fact, buildings designed without considering gender often benefit men and disadvantage women by default.

On top of this are sustainability concerns around how much energy buildings use. To meet

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