Adelaide – Christie Walk

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Country Australia
City Adelaide
Name Christie Walk
Date 1999
Description Christie Walk was born in the context of Urban Ecology Australia, as an independent project, in order to concretely realize the “Eco-City” paradigm. Christie Walk is a small demonstration of how the vision of an eco-city can concretely come to life. It is a 2000 square meters area with an average of 200 people for hectar, with shared green space and built with criteria that grant high environmental performances: use of renewable energies (fotovoltaic panels, water warming with the sun heat…), use of rainwater and water recycle, organic agricultural production, use of recyclable materials in construction phases.
Urban Co-Governance Weak
Enabling State Weak
Pooling Moderate
Experimentalism Weak
Tech Justice Weak
Website http://www.urbanecology.org.au/eco-cities/christie-walk/
References, sources, contact person(s) Interview to Paul Downtown (Ecopolis Architects director, creator of Christie Walk); website

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