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Regionale Mobilität - erneuerbar und klimafreundlich

In: Schneller, öfter, weiter? Perspektiven der Raumentwicklung in der Mobilitätsgesellschaft. 13. Junges Forum der ARL 13. bis 15. Oktober 2010 in Mannheim

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    Weltweit streben immer mehr Regionen Energieautonomie an. Angesichts der Zukunftsrisiken Klimawandel und Erdölverknappung beabsichtigen sie, ihren Energiebedarf zu 100 % aus eigenen erneuerbaren und daher CO2-neutralen Quellen zu decken. Während viele Regionen bei der Produktion von Elektrizität und Wärme große Erfolge erzielen, gibt es hinsichtlich der Deckung des Verkehrsenergiebedarfs noch großen Forschungsbedarf... -- A growing number of regions throughout the world aim at energy autonomy. In order to avoid climate and energy risks, they try to cover their energy demand to 100 % by regional, renewable and hence carbon-neutral sources. Many of these regions are very successful in providing electricity and caloric energy, but as far as the energy demand of transport is concerned, there is still a big need for basic research...

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  • Hege, Hans-Peter & Knapstein, Yvonne & Meng, Rüdiger & Ruppenthal, Kerstin & Schmitz-Veltin, Ansgar (ed.), 2011. "Schneller, öfter, weiter? Perspektiven der Raumentwicklung in der Mobilitätsgesellschaft," Arbeitsberichte der ARL, Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung (ARL) - Leibniz-Forum für Raumwissenschaften, volume 1, number 1, December.
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    Keywords: Nachhaltige Raumentwicklung; Nachhaltige Mobilität; Energieautonomie; Erneuerbare Energie; Elektromobilität; Biokraftstoffe; Bodensee; Sustainable development; Sustainable mobility; energy autonomy : renewable energy; e-mobility; green fuel; Lake Constance;

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