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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort descending
Designing for Sustainable and Resilient Neighborhoods: The Case of Peacock Park in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) Ruben Garcia-Rubio (Tulane University), Taylor Scott (Tulane University) Oct 02, 2020
An Ectothermic Approach to Heating and Cooling in Buildings Alexandros Tsamis (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Theodorian Borca-Tascuic (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Youngjin Hwang (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Oct 02, 2020
The Footprint of Tight: Hinterlands, Landscape and Dense Cities John Doyle (RMIT University), Graham Crist (RMIT University) Oct 02, 2020
The New Normals: Architecture Under Climate Change Uncertainty Justin McCarty (The University of British Columbia), Adam Rysanek (The University of British Columbia) Oct 02, 2020
Reducing Carbon and Improving Thermal Comfort for an Orphan Village in Rural Liberia Joshua D. Lee (Carnegie Mellon University), Leila Sai Srinivasan (AECOM) Oct 02, 2020
Adaptive Reuse as Carbon Adaptation: Urban Food Production in the Underused Parking Garages of the Future Myer Harrell (Weber Thompson), Erin Horn (University of Washington), Adam Koehn (University of Washington), Alex Ianchenko (University of Washington), Gundula Prosksch (University of Washington) Oct 02, 2020
The Low-Carbon Life: The Pandemic and the Ponzi Scheme Thomas Fisher (University of Minnesota) Oct 02, 2020
Direct Air Capture Technology: An Investigation of Net Carbon Impacts Manan Singh (University of Florida), Ryan Sharston (University of Florida) Oct 02, 2020
There Goes the Neighborhood: How a NZE Passive House Changed the Culture of a Community Charles Macbride (University of Texas at Arlington) Oct 02, 2020
Labor Histories and Carbon Futures Jessica Garcia Fritz (South Dakota State University), Federico Garcia Lammers (South Dakota State University) Oct 02, 2020