Designing Energy Reform, with Erik Carver and Janette Kim

Course#: MET144
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This course is AIA/CES registered for 1 LU|HSW

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A Q&A with Erik Carver and Janette Kim about their new book, The Underdome Guide to Energy Reform
The problem with sustainability, architect-academics Erik Carver and Janette Kim write in their new book, is that it “defers to the invisible hand of the market and keeps its hands off Mother Nature.” But dealing with climate change requires a much more hands-on approach. Carver and Kim explain how architecture is central to these concerns, unpack the real meaning of resiliency, and find pragmatism in utopia.

Learning Objectives
–    Examine the interconnectedness between sustainability, climate change and human welfare.
–    Illustrate different approaches to dealing with climate change.
–    Underline the role of architecture in sustainability.
–    Identify the true meanings of resiliency.

 

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