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Green metropolis : why living smaller, living closer, and driving less are keys to sustainability

著者: David Owen
出版商: New York : Riverhead Books, ©2009.
版本/格式:   图书 : 英语查看所有的版本和格式
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Upending the environmentalist viewpoint that urban areas are "anti-green, " New Yorker staff writer David Owen argues that sustainability is achieved in areas like New York City, while open space, backyard compost heaps, locavorism and high-tech gadgetry like solar panels and triple-paned windows are formulas for wasteful sprawl and green-washed consumerism.
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附加的形体格式: Green metropolis [Enregistrement sonore] : [what the city can teach the country about true sustainability] / David Owen
[Old Saybrook, Conn.] : Tantor Audio, cop. 2009
8 disques compact audio (10h00.)
978-1-400-11371-2
(ABES)147702291
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所有的著者/提供者: David Owen
ISBN: 9781594488825 1594488827 9781594484841 1594484848
OCLC号码: 609974701
描述: 357 p. ; 22 cm.
内容: More like Manhattan --
Liquid civilization --
There and back --
The great outdoors --
Embodied efficiency --
The shape of things to come.
责任: David Owen.

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Upending the environmentalist viewpoint that urban areas are "anti-green, " New Yorker staff writer David Owen argues that sustainability is achieved in areas like New York City, while open space, backyard compost heaps, locavorism and high-tech gadgetry like solar panels and triple-paned windows are formulas for wasteful sprawl and green-washed consumerism.

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