Carbon emissions & spatial connections (via The power of the network)

The extension of Space Syntax’s methodology within this presentation from Tim Stonor, especially in regards to Beijing highlighting the role of green open space is noteworthy , I am still unsure whether this adequately addresses the problems of the cities footprint – does the model proposed leverage enough possibilities with regards to water and energy – or are these assumed to be addressed by the disciplines who build the infrastructure and buildings, as a matter of course?
Also repeated is in graphics if not in words are the comments from TIm’s earlier post on Landscape Urbanism and New Urbanism.

Carbon emissions & spatial connections I spoke today to Dr Joyce Rosenthal’s “Environmental Planning & Sustainable Development” class at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. My presentation “Carbon emissions & spatial connections” can be downloaded from Slideboom. … Read More

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