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Reshaping the Built Environment Ecology, Ethics and Economics

Edited By: Charles J Kibert
362 pages, B/w photos, tabs, figs
Publisher: Island Press
Reshaping the Built Environment
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Provides insights that can light the way to a new era in which a reshaped built environment will not only provide improved human living conditions, but will also protect and respect the earth's essential natural life support systems and resources.

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The promises and limits of sustainability; ecological challenge, human values and sustainability; environmental ethics; uneconomic growth and the built environment; renewable energy technologies; building materials; ecological design, living machines and pure water; landscape; construction and demolition waste; bulding values; architecture as pedagogy; urban planning; creating greener communities; environmentally superior buildings; environmental performance of buildings; sustainable new towns.

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Edited By: Charles J Kibert
362 pages, B/w photos, tabs, figs
Publisher: Island Press
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