2 edition of Energy and cities found in the catalog.
Energy and cities
|Statement||edited by John Byrne and Daniel Rich.|
|Series||Energy policy studies,, v. 2|
|Contributions||Byrne, John, 1949-, Rich, Daniel.|
|LC Classifications||HD108.2 .E525 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||173 p. :|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||84024074|
The case studies in this book illustrate how cities, of differing climates, lifestyles and income-levels, have implemented policy innovations that promote the application of blue-green infrastructure in managing water, wastewater and stormwater sustainably to reduce environmental degradation and enhance resilience to climate change. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: Energy and cities.
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He is editor of Transaction’s book series Energy and Environmental Policy. Daniel Rich is professor of urban affairs and public policy.
He holds a joint appointment in the department of political science, and is a senior research associate in the Center for Energy and Urban Policy Research at the University of : John Byrne.
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In the first book of its kind, this volume addresses the problem of the future cooling energy demand, the global frame defining the actual and future cooling energy consumption in the building sector. Pages Abstract Energy is the lifeblood of cities, and oil is the power that drives urban transport systems, with 98% of global transport still fossil-fuel based, and emissions from the transport sector set to double by mid-century.
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Sustainable Communities Design Handbook: Green Engineering, Architecture, and Technology, Second Edition, brings together the major players responsible for sustainable development at both community and metropolitan book aims to explain and demonstrate the practice, planning, design, building and managing of the engineering, architectural and economic development of cities and.
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