Proximity 2.0: Cutting transport costs and emissions through local integration

Jun 16, 2011 Comments Off on Proximity 2.0: Cutting transport costs and emissions through local integration by

In this chapter from Fleeing Vesuvius, Emer O’Siochru describes how different activities should be situated beside each other to be more energy and carbon efficient. This flies in the face of current development planning which tends to focus on bringing similar activities closer together to reap the benefits of scale and agglomeration.

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