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Post-Oil-Cities - Postfossile Mobilität und Energieversorgung: Klimaneutrale Städte und Regionen. Rolle der Planung

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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    Im Zuge der sukzessiven Verknappung des Erdöls als Energierohstoff durch sinkende Fördermengen und steigende Nachfrage in Schwellenländern - dazu der drohende Klimawandel - findet bei Stadt- und Raumplanung eine verstärkte Auseinandersetzung mit dem Thema der post-fossilen Lebensweise statt. Sogenannte Post-Oil-Cities (POC) stellen ein Stadtentwicklungskonzept dar, das es möglich macht, moderne und hochentwickelte Strukturen in den hochindustrialisierten Ländern trotz reduzierter fossiler Energierohstoffe ohne Komfortverzicht beizubehalten... -- Due to impending shortage of oil, the corresponding decreased production rates of fossil fuels and increasing energy demand, urban and spatial planners are starting to concentrate on a new post-petroleum way of life. The so-called Post-Oil-City (POC) is a new urban planning concept combining the modern, highly developed post-industrial living standard with the lack of fossil fuels...

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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: Stadt der Zukunft; Energie; Stadtentwicklung; erneuerbare Energie; Mobilitätsmanagement; Elektromobilität; Gebäudesanierung; Post-Oil-City; Future City; energy; urban development; renewable energy; mobility management; e-mobility; building restoration; Post-Oil-Cities;


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