There is little dispute over the position that architecture must respond to the environmental crisis and pursue stewardship as a central theme in its theory and practice. At the same time, there is widespread skepticism that the present spate of accredited buildings actually represents the only or even the best way of achieving the goals of a carbon-neutral and environmentally responsible architecture.
Living Cities: Vision and Method for Regenerative Design provides an opportunity for architects and experts from other academic fields to discuss and debate alternate courses for the future of the North American city as it faces the need to achieve its post-carbon state.
Vision and Method for Regenerative Design
Edited by Philip Beesley
Copy Editor: Robin Paxton, Design and Production: Victoria Beltrano
Published by Resource Positive Architecture and Waterloo Architecture, 2011