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Buckeye Bridges: Smart cities - Form follows energy also on the urban scale
Cities need an incredible amount of energy - two thirds of the world's total - to function. While the immediate thought goes to renewables for decreasing their enormous carbon footprint, the design of our cities and buildings is equally important. How can we reduce our cities' carbon footprint while designing cities that both use less energy and activate every available square inch to produce their own in a sustainable manner? This lecture will use the case study of EnergyLab Nordhavn in Copenhagen - a smart city concept transformation of a former harbor area of the Danish capital.

Nov 19, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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