ecological architecture

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ecological architecture. Aims to respond to declining energy resources, e.g. using energy conservation, efficient insulation, rainwater, solar radiation, and wind-power, and recycling as much as possible. The term was coined in the 1970s.

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Anno Domini, xliv/11 (1974), 681–9;
Cuito (ed.) (2000);
K. Daniels (1997);
Goldstein (ed.) (1977);
Ryn & and Cowan (1996);
Stitt (ed.) (1999);
Yeang (1995)