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This conversation is part of the Climax Change! Series, curated and hosted by Pedro Gadanho, in the context of his book Climax Change! How architecture must transform in the age of ecological emergency, published by Actar Publishers.



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This series has been produced and edited by Candela De Bortoli.

The Challenges of Decarbonization

Jesse M. Keenan, Associate Professor of Sustainable Real Estate within the faculty of the School of Architecture at Tulane University describes the challenges that decarbonizing the built environment entails. He discusses how construction and building science are key in demoralizing the architectural agenda towards green capital and green growth. Keenan highlights some major contributions of Climax Change! by Pedro Gadanho and how the book has helped to fill some historical gaps as well as providing references and prototypes to rethink climate change adaptation.

 

This conversation is part of the Climax Change! Series, curated and hosted by Pedro Gadanho, in the context of his book Climax Change! How architecture must transform in the age of ecological emergency, published by Actar Publishers.



Learn more:

urbanNext (May 27, 2024) The Challenges of Decarbonization. Retrieved from https://urbannext.net/the-challenges-of-decarbonization/.
The Challenges of Decarbonization.” urbanNext – May 27, 2024, https://urbannext.net/the-challenges-of-decarbonization/
urbanNext January 24, 2023 The Challenges of Decarbonization., viewed May 27, 2024,<https://urbannext.net/the-challenges-of-decarbonization/>
urbanNext – The Challenges of Decarbonization. [Internet]. [Accessed May 27, 2024]. Available from: https://urbannext.net/the-challenges-of-decarbonization/
The Challenges of Decarbonization.” urbanNext – Accessed May 27, 2024. https://urbannext.net/the-challenges-of-decarbonization/
The Challenges of Decarbonization.” urbanNext [Online]. Available: https://urbannext.net/the-challenges-of-decarbonization/. [Accessed: May 27, 2024]

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