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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Labor Histories and Carbon Futures Jessica Garcia Fritz (South Dakota State University), Federico Garcia Lammers (South Dakota State University) Oct 02, 2020
Sourcing Energy from Waste in the Circular City: Integrated Anaerobic Digestion Toward Long-Term Decarbonization of Cities Erin Horn (University of Washington), Gundula Proksch (University of Washington) 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
Advancing Construction through the Buildings Workforce Sarah Truitt (National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)), Madeline Salzman (U.S. Department of Energy Building Technologies Office (BTO)) Oct 02, 2020
Farmworks: Building as a Machine for Growing Food Eugenia Victoria Ellis (Drexel University), David Alan Kratzer (Thomas Jefferson University) Oct 02, 2020
ZERO HOUSING 1:1 Prototype + Process: Collaborative and Experiential Education in the Global Housing and Climate Crisis Cheryl Atkinson (Ryerson University) Oct 02, 2020
Post-Oil Environments: Responsive Design Strategies for Coastal City-Landscapes of Oil Oswald Jenewein (University of Texas at Arlington) Oct 02, 2020
Single-Use Plasters: Process and Waste in Gypsum Wallboard Systems Alyssa Kuhns (Auburn University) Oct 02, 2020
Can Increasing Energy Performance Be a Key to Unlocking Rural Home Affordability? David Hinson (Auburn University), Rusty Smith (Auburn University Rural Studio), Bruce Kitchell, Mackenzie Stagg (Auburn University Rural Studio), Elizabeth Farrell Garcia (Auburn University Rural Studio), Betsy Burnet Oct 02, 2020
Mapping the Built Environment Process (BEP) Ecosystem via a Data to Knowledge Framework Naomi Keena (Yale University), Anna Dyson (Yale University), Mohamed Aly Etman (Yale University) Oct 02, 2020