Although climate change is recognized as an urgent concern, local and national governments, nonprofits, and private interests often work at cross purposes in attempting to address it. The Carbon Efficient City's focus on concrete, achievable measures that can be implemented in a market economy gives it broad appeal to professionals and engaged citizens across the political spectrum.
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|Publisher:||University of Washington Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
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Table of Contents
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7911 7 Spaces fo
10 Delight 13611 11 Maki
16901 Index 175
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We have to change the human systems that affect how we generate and consume energy. It can be done and this book tells us how.
The Hurds' comprehensive approach covers a continuum of strategies for addressing sustainable environments across a truly broad range of public policies, building construction, land use patterns, and transportation issues. Their book will make a difference in the way we plan, design, finance, construct, and use our built environment.
This is an excellent and essential primer for public officials, progressive developers, and students of sustainability and public policy programs.