University of Oregon Resilient Energy System Planning in Oregon Paper Question
How can resilience planning and design help Oregon’s transition to a low-carbon resilient energy system along with the implementation of renewable energy? Articulate opportunities and challenges for urban, suburban, rural, and natural landscapes. Mention specific theories, cases, and lessons learned from each required readings and the lecture.
Ko, Y., Barrett, B.F.D., Copping, A.E., Sharifi, A., Yarime, M., and Wang, X. Energy Transitions Towards Low-Carbon Resilience: Evaluation of Disaster-Triggered Local and Regional Cases. Sustainability 2019, 11, 6801. https://doi.org/10.3390/su11236801 (Links to an external site.) – Theoretical background of resiliency and international case studies including Puerto Rico and Oregon Coast W4_Ko et al_2019_Energy transition to low carbon resilience.pdf
Pevzner, N. 2020. Speculative designs for energy democracy. Scenario Journal – An in-depth case of Puerto Rico and how landscape design and planning can respond https://scenariojournal.com/article/speculative-energy-democracy/
W4_Pevzner_2020_Speculative Designs for Energy Democracy _ Scenario Journal.pdf
Pevzner, N. 2019. GND, Landscape, and Public Imagination. Landscape Architecture Magazine
https://landscapearchitecturemagazine.org/2019/07/23/the-green-new-deal-landscape-and-public-imagination/ (Links to an external site.)
W4_Pevzner_2019_THE GREEN NEW DEAL, LANDSCAPE, AND PUBLIC IMAGINATION _ Landscape Architecture Magazine.pdf