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The renewable city; a comprehensive guide to an urban revolution.


The renewable city; a comprehensive guide to an urban revolution.

Droege, Peter.



309 pages




This title sets out the fundamental logic and philosophical framework of the urban energy revolution, looking at how cities attempt adaptation to accelerating, anthropogenic climate change by mitigating it and fighting its root causes. Topics include the logic if the urban energy revolution; how to cope with Peak Oil by preparing for climate change; renewable geography; tools, trades, and technology for building the renewable city; guidance and learning for renewable city buildings; and guides for local government. The book overall is intended for urban builders and planners.

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