Next Generation Infrastructure: Principles for Post-Industrial Public Works Kindle Edition
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Her book is a report from the front lines of a necessarily less wasteful future—quite literally "from the trenches" where we've previously buried the pipes and cables of our decaying infrastructure with little or no regard for tomorrow's consequences. Drawing on deep research and abundant travels for her professional presentations, she has compiled an array of creative, pioneering projects, worldwide, that point the way forward, not just to surviving the future, but to a thriving in the future.
Author Wallace Stegner famously declared the American West to be "the native home of hope." But it was from his attentive environmental philosophy that hope actually upwelled. Similarly, it is Ms. Brown's prescriptive analysis of a future infrastructure, working in harmony with rather than in opposition to natural systems, from which further hope springs.