Current expectations and standards of comfort are almost certainly unsustainable and new methods and ideas will be required if there is to be any prospect of a significantly lower carbon society. This collection reassesses relationships between people and the multitude of environments they inhabit in the context of increasing carbon intensities of everyday life. In this bold and unconventional volume historians, sociologists, environmentalists, geographers, and cultural theorists provoke and stimulate debate about the future of comfort in a lower carbon society. These contributions are then subject to critical commentary from a range of academic and policy perspectives. The result is a book that promotes academic and policy discussion of the environmental consequences of indoor climate change around the world, and that offers new perspectives and strategies for moving towards a lower carbon future. This book was published as a special issue of Building Research a Information.Gobeille, J.L. (1885) Engineering and mechanical problems in cooksa#39; stove construction. ... to Manual of ClassificationofPatents(available at: http://www. ibiblio.org/ patents/) (accessed on 26 February 2008). ... an unusually economical wood-burning cook stove in Ohio and New York in the 1830s, and perfected it in Troy over the next three decades (Figure 3); Darius Buck, an itinerant mechanic and stoveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Comfort in a Lower Carbon Society|
|Author||:||Elizabeth Shove, Heather Chappells, Loren Lutzenhiser|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-09-13|