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Local government influence on energy conservation ambitions in existing housing sites—Plucking the low-hanging fruit?
Greater energy efficiency can be achieved in existing dwellings thanks to longer lifecycles, slow replacement rates, and technical innovations. Many such dwellings are located in dense urban neighbourhoods, where urban renewal projects are undertaken. Local government can encourage the setting of ambitious goals as a stepping stone to realizing energy efficiency goals that achieve high levels of energy efficiency. The research question which this paper addresses is: to what degree do local governments influence ambitions to conserve energy in existing housing sites? To examine this issue, thirty-three sites in the Netherlands were studied using a quantitative analysis. The results show that collaboration between...
EAGLE-TUMBLEWEED DRAW WATERSHED, EDDY AND CHAVES COUNTIES, NEW MEXICO (FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT)
DETROIT WELCOME CENTER AND ASSOCIATED ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS NEAR I-75 AND THE AMBASSADOR BRIDGE, DETROIT, WAYNE COUNTY, MICHIGAN.
SPRING CREEK CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT, LOCAL FLOOD PROTECTION PROJECT, SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS (FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT)