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Co-designing energy landscapes: Application of participatory mapping and Geographic Information Systems in the exploration of low carbon futures

Un nuovo contributo  da parte di architetti del paesaggio nei processi di transizione verso forme di energia rinnovabile: servizi ecosistemci e progettazione partecipata con le comunità per il piano ed il progetto di paesaggi energetici sostenibili.

 

ABSTRACT

Renewable energy initiatives face opposition by local citizens, nature managers and others due to concerns over trade-offs between two groups of ecosystem services: provisioning (renewable energy supply) and cultural services (the right to the landscape). In order for any energy landscape to be considered sustainable, interventions must not cause critical trade-offs between the provision of renewable energy and the supply of other ecosystem services. Participative design processes are a promising strategy for facilitating a sustainable energy transition, especially in communities seeking self-sufficiency.

 

Stremke, S., & Picchi, P. (2017). 26. Co-designing energy landscapes: application of participatory mapping and Geographic Information Systems in the exploration of low carbon futures.Handbook on the Geographies of Energy, 368.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paolo Picchi

T. +39 349 4333 103

https://www.facebook.com/paolopicchipaesaggista/

 

Sezione Territoriale
Lazio Abruzzo Molise Sardegna

Tipologia
Socio Ordinario

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