Supercities On, Under, and Beyond the Earth - 
      Jeff Dondero

Supercities On, Under, and Beyond the Earth

Housing, Feeding, Powering, and Transporting the Urban Crowds of the Future

As more people inhabit the Earth and live longer, Super Cities, will explode with populations of tens and hundres of millions or more. Jeff Dondero imagines the super cities of the future and explores the ways in which they can be sustainably built, how transportation will move masses of people without cars, how people will be fed and what will be done with waste, how we will move to cities underground, under the sea, far into the sky, space and on to other planets. Les mer
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As more people inhabit the Earth and live longer, Super Cities, will explode with populations of tens and hundres of millions or more. Jeff Dondero imagines the super cities of the future and explores the ways in which they can be sustainably built, how transportation will move masses of people without cars, how people will be fed and what will be done with waste, how we will move to cities underground, under the sea, far into the sky, space and on to other planets. It describes some of the smart systems for buildings and homes and some of the new ways food and materials for such masses will be supplied.
The author believes that super cities are the answer to our bursting population, and how can we best sustain and supply them, and offers suggestions and a blueprint for the future.
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Forlag: Rowman & Littlefield
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781538126714
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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Jeff Dondero has diverse experience in writing, ranging from web content, B2B, books, hard news, and interviews to feature writing. He began his career as stringer and freelancer for the San Francisco Examiner, worked as a reporter and editor for several suburban newspapers, was the entertainment editor for The Marin Independent Journal, a writer and editor for various magazines, and wrote for KTVU-TV in the San Francisco Bay Area. He toiled in a trade magazine mill, and created a website dedicated to sustainable construction industries (http://www.greenbuildingdigest.net). He was invited as a writer-in-residence at the art colony in Rancho Vista, Arizona, in 2014, where he wrote a slim volume of poetry and researched book ideas. He continues to expand his national readership with books, social media, his own blogs and website. He is the author of The Energy Wise Home and The Energy Wise Workplace, as well as Throwaway Nation.