Enabling Urban Resilience: Andy van den Dobbelsteen at TEDxWageningen

Andy is a professor of Climate Design & Sustainability at the Faculty of Architecture of TU Delft. He coordinates the Green Building Innovation research programme and responsible for the built environment theme within the Delft Energy Initiative. He founded the European Network for Sustainable Regions (ENSR). Already for quite some time he has been engaged with sustainable energy systems for buildings, neighbourhoods, cities and entire regions and therefore has developed methods to map the energy demand and potentials (Energy Potential Mapping, Heat Mapping). These can form the basis for a spatial plan based on a sustainable energy system or energy-neutral urban reconstruction (Rotterdam Energy Approach and Planning, Amsterdam Guide to Energetic Urbanism).

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

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