Across the globe, fossil fuels are giving way to renewable sources of energy, bringing energy provision closer to our homes than ever before. The development of new energy landscapes based on techno-economic choices often meets with resistance. Is there a better way to bridge the growing gap between urgency and action? What if energy transition is not about technologies, but rather one of the driving forces behind a changing living environment, the places where we live, work, and recreate? The Power of Landscape explores various energy landscapes in Europe and the United States in the past, present, and future.
304 pages, 24 x 32 cm, hardcover, Nai 010 (Rotterdam).