Architecture 2030 in the News
May 2022 | announcements
The Renewables Gambit: Putin Loses, the West Unites, and the Gambit Pays Off
By Edward Mazria
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has generated the headlines of the fossil fuel industry’s dreams, with articles claiming that the transition to green energy will be more difficult, or that the 1.5-degree goal is all but dead—or even calling for more drilling and fossil fuel development. But these assessments are clouding the extraordinary progress currently taking place worldwide: the development of sustainable, resilient, and zero-carbon built environments; and the unprecedented and explosive growth of renewable energy generation, a promising solution for both ecological and political stability in the 21st century…
This article was originally published in Architectural Record, and also appears in Common Edge.
Evolving the Embodied Carbon Landscape
By Vincent Martinez
We are all in this together. When we talk about the imperative for climate action from the built environment community, we are talking about architects and all allied professionals: engineers, planners, landscape architects, and many others. That we are all in this together is true for the community of all living things, and it is true for all the disciplines that participate in making the built environment…
This article was originally published in ARCHITECT.
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