Urban Nexus // Unpacking and Re-assembling the Urban Nexus: A Socio-technical Perspective on Urban Infrastructures
By Tim Moss. Held at the Nexus Network Urban Nexus Workshop, 12-13 May 2016. Tim Moss spoke on the aspirations and critical questions of nexus thinking; the meanings of the urban nexus; the meanings and role of urban infrastructure and the nexus in socio-technical perspective. Using an example of treated wastewater used on degraded land to grow energy crops in the Berlin-Brandenburg region, Tim outlined the nexus aspirations: to connect wastewater disposal to energy provision and to connect urban modes of wastewater production to rural modes of energy production.
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