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Sustainable Energy Mix in Fragile Environments

Frameworks and Perspectives

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  • © 2018

Overview

  • Identifies real project experience and lessons learned from sustainable energy mix projects in the Galapagos and Internationally
  • Uses a social ecological framework for understanding sustainable energy mix needs in fragile environments
  • Sustainable energy mix themes identified and explored arose from the World Summit on Sustainable Energy Mix held in the Galapagos and sponsored by the Inter-American Development Bank

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The purpose of this book is to present a range of cases and comparison of the issues, insights and cases emerging from the Sustainable Energy Mix Summit in the Galapagos that offer a better understanding of energy mix in fragile environments from a variety of International locations and contexts including the Galapagos. 

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Editors and Affiliations

  • Faculty of Environmental Design, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada

    Mary-Ellen Tyler

About the editor

Mary-Ellen Tyler, holds interdisciplinary Masters and PhD degrees in environmental science and resource management from the University of Calgary.  She has taught in the MSc in Sustainable Energy Development degree program in Quito, Ecuador and a key organizer of the World Summit on Sustainable Energy Mix held in the Galapagos. Dr. Tyler has previously worked with the Government of Canada and is an honorary member of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects.  She is currently Professor of Environmental Design at the University of Calgary and involved in sustainable energy research.

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