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Record number 360290
Title Re-Energize South Limburg: Designing sustainable energy landscapes
Author(s) Etteger Ma, R. van; Stremke, S.
Source Wageningen : WUR, Landscape Architecture Group - 127
Department(s) Landscape Architecture
Publication type Book or proceedings aimed at a professional audience (editor)
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) landschap - landschapsarchitectuur - klimaatverandering - energiebehoud - energiebeleid - regionale planning - nederland - landschapsplanning - energiebesparing - duurzame energie - zuid-limburg - landscape - landscape architecture - climatic change - energy conservation - energy policy - regional planning - netherlands - landscape planning - energy saving - sustainable energy
Categories Land Use Planning / Energy
Abstract Designers, architects and planners must begin to anticipate the far reaching changes we are facing in connection with climate change. What if we take action and actively participate in the transition from fossil-fuel driven society towards a more sustainable society? This Wageningen University paper intends to discuss some of the spatial opportunities and consequences of a sustainable energy transition in relation to climate change and depletion of fossil-fuels. At the same time, it provides a broad overview of issues and challenges at hand whilst designing sustainable energy landscapes on a regional scale
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