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Thursday, September 27, 2007
So who is designing the future? The examination of specific projects shows that change is achievable, and inspires us to consider more comprehensive solutions.
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The Innovation Studio @ the Rhode Island School of Design
This fall students from the fields of landscape architecture, industrial design, architecture and furniture are examining the consequences of trying to limit carbon emissions to 2005 levels.
Controlling Carbon is the 9th Innovation Studio, a design studio that brings together students from across RISD to work on large scale infrastructure and environmental problems.
Precedent: Genyzme Building
Precedent: Montana's Syn Fuel Initiative
Precedent: Emissions to Biofuels Technology
Precedent: Green Roofs
Precedent: Car Sharing
Precedent: Peak Oil
Precedent: Michael Singer
We designed our way into this mess, we will have t...
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Alternative: Educate Consumers
Alternative: Change Purchasing Patterns
Alternative: Curitiba's Bus Rapid System
Alternative: Adapt to Sea Level Rise
Alternative: Flood Control
In the News: What will happen in 2100....
Alternatives to the Wedge Strategy
In the News: The WalMart Environmental Moment
Wedge Strategy Boards
Wedge Strategy: BIOfuel
Wedge Strategy: Increasing Vehicle Efficiencies
Wedge Strategy: Conservation Tillage
Wedge Strategy: Building Efficiency - Methods+Factors
Increase Electricity Efficiency
Wedge Strategy: Increasing Solar Power for Electri...
Wedge Strategy: Switching from Coal to Small Scale...
Wedge Strategy: Transportation
Wedge Strategy: Wind Power
Wedge Strategy: Increase Electricity Efficiencies
Wedge Strategy: Nuclear
Wedge Strategy: Reduced Deforestation or Reforesta...
Wedge Strategy: Coal and Natural Gas
The Carbon Mitigation Initiative's Wedge Strategy
“The best way to predict the future is to design it."
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