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van der Nat, Annika (author), Nagy, E. (author), de Ruiter, Esmée (author), Osusky, Jan (author), Boot, Tijmen (author)
The EU Green Deal aims to ensure a socially just energy transition, but the shift towards renewable energies often replicates the centralized, top-down approach of traditional fossil fuel systems, negatively impacting rural areas. This report reimagines this paradigm by advocating for decentralized energy communities, particularly in regions...
student report 2024
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Kalligeri Skentzou, Anna (author)
The beginning of the 21st century is defined by geopolitical tensions around resources, an expected shortage of fossil fuel resources and the emerging climate crisis, amplifying the urgency of the transition to renewable energy sources. This energy transition has been at the forefront of public discussion, framed by the 2016 Paris Agreement and...
master thesis 2023
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van der Rest, Iris (author)
exploitative energy production to meet the demand (Our World in Data, 2021). The current energy system causes climate change, pollution, and pressure on space (Our World in Data, 2021) (Withagen, 1994) (KNMI, 2020)(NOS, 2017). The energy transition begins to take shape, companies are investing in large-scale wind farms at sea, and people are...
master thesis 2023
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Cipriani, L. (author), Beretta, Silvia (author), Longo, Antonio (author), Geroldi, Chiara (author), Wirth, Matti (author)
REL22 was an international summer school program launched by the Institute of Landscape Architecture of RWTH Aachen University (Prof. Frank Lohrberg, Silvia Beretta) together with the Master’s Programme in „Landscape Architecture and Landscape Heritage“ of Politecnico di Milano (Prof. Antonio Longo) and<br/>the Master’s Programme in “Landscape...
book 2023
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Eggink, Jan (author)
With the climate change and energy transition becoming evident and ever so relevant, industrialised regions focussed on fossil fuels need to rethink their socio-economic plan. Furthermore, urban designers are obliged to rethink the energy paradigm. This report combines energy landscape and resilient region theory and applies it on the peri-urban...
master thesis 2022
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López Silva, Hugo (author)
The relation to energy is what carries humanity through every new spatial possibility. The context of the European Green Deal that triggers decarbonisation of many industries and faster energy transition to the latest technologies of renewable energy production is only one among many past and future transitions. All in all, it brings different...
master thesis 2022
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Stolk, Jessica (author), Nguyen, Kimberley (author), Douma, Douwe (author), Hofman, Jasmijn (author), van der Drift, Bjarne (author)
In the past decades, the port of Rotterdam has been considered as one of the main engines of the Dutch national economy, since it is the largest hub for fossil fuels in Europe. The province of South-Holland and the Port of Rotterdam hereby form the heart of the economic centre of the Netherlands, contributing to 21% of the national GDP. However,...
student report 2021
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Kaik, Maria Kaik (author)
The project seeks to bridge the gap between the disciplines of the Ecology Restoration and Architecture. It is a result of the research, which shows that restoration does not mean bringing the environment to the state of the default. Instead, this time based, prone to disturbances process, should strive for the intensification of novelty...
master thesis 2019
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Wang, Yueting (author)
This research aims to test how energy could be used in landscape and then in which means energy landscape could solve the social and cultural issues.<br/>The energy transition is a spatial issue because it is forms of sustainable energy inherently entail new demands on space. A regional spatial vision on energy, based on which issues like...
master thesis 2019
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Ma, Tianyue (author)
Located in the large urban area named Randstad, the Rotterdam-The Hague metropolitan area (MRDH) has the largest European port and the majority of Dutch greenhouse sector residing within its borders. Accounted for only 2.7% of the area in the Netherlands, the MRDH consumes 17.3% of the total energy use. However, the MRDH is almost impoverished...
master thesis 2019
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Balasubramanian, Preetika (author)
The era of energy transition has brought to the front, the incredible potential of designing the reciprocal relationship between energy and space. The transition to renewable sources of energy like wind, solar and geothermal energy, uses space in a different way- its altered spatial qualities have blurred the boundaries between technical space ...
master thesis 2019
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Cui, Xue (author)
As petroleum depletion and climate change becoming evident, it is relevant for urban designers and planners to think within a new energy paradigm contextualized by post-petroleum era. This report combines drosscape and energy landscape theory with post-petroleum planning, and tests this proposed method in Daqing, an oil city located in the...
master thesis 2019
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Wiggers, Annemiek (author)
Through the perspective of Urban Metabolism, that focuses on the design of flows, this project researches the flow of energy in regards to the Paris climate agreement of 2015. The energy transition towards renewable resources is considered in the terms of spatial impact and public acceptance. The energy landscape is used as a design concept that...
master thesis 2017
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Klein, M. (author), Chandradoss, S.D. (author), Depken, S.M. (author), Joo, C. (author)
MicroRNA (miRNA) interferes with the translation of cognate messenger RNA (mRNA) by finding, preferentially binding, and marking it for degradation. To facilitate the search process, Argonaute (Ago) proteins come together with miRNA, forming a dynamic search complex. In this review we use the language of free-energy landscapes to discuss...
journal article 2017
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Norkunaite, G. (author)
The nuclear energy landscape is characterized by city large industrial sites, transmission corridors cutting through the forested landscape, a new town with specific type of population (multiethnic highly educated nuclear power plant workers, artists and sportsmen) and the lifestyle, buffer landscape which is part of international nature...
master thesis 2016
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Galama, A. (author)
Many parties are required to activate the energy transition. It’s a challenge for everybody: citizens, businesses, governments and civil society organizations at all levels. Not just at (inter) national level, but renewable energy should also, especially, be given shape on the regional and local scale. To realize local opportunities of energy in...
master thesis 2016
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Chladova, E. (author)
This research seeks to understand what underused industrial landscapes spatially mean to the city regions they occupy and how they can be better integrated into the daily lives of the thousands of people living or working nearby. By utilizing the transition to sustainable energy sources as the backbone for new interventions in the city fabric...
master thesis 2014
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