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What is the REconomy Project?. See www.reconomyproject.org The REconomy Project is here to help build the capacity of Transition Initiatives, and other community organisations doing similar work, to grow a new kind of local economy. It’s aimed at people active in Transition, or similar.

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Designers: Learn To Code! Here's How To Start.  Simple processing walkthrough for Co.D article. This is ment to show you some super basic things in processing, just to get you to the point...

Designers: Learn To Code! Here’s How To Start

MUST LEARN MORE CODING // Simple processing walkthrough for Co.D article by Scott Sullivan. This is ment to show you some super basic things in processing, just to get you to the point where you can start playing, have fun!

Landschaftspark Duisburg Nord

Conservation, Ruins, Theory, Buildings, Industrial, City, Ruin, Conservation Movement, Abandoned Places

ngorongoro conservation area - Google-Suche

Trying to pick the most important places in history is not easy but Andrew Marr, presenter of History of the World has narrowed it down to these five.

Ruhr Museum - Essen, Germany  The exhibit displays inside are crazy.

A Former Coal Washing Plant is Now The Ruhr Museum

Essen - Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex

Conveyor Belt, Coal Mining, Conservation, Angles, Theory, Industrial, Essen, Machinist Square, Conservation Movement

Inverkip Power Station | Transient Places

Inverkip power station, built in is a classic white elephant – by the time of the 1973 oil crisis, the idea of an oil-fired power station was looking slightly daft, and the station only…

Zeche Zollverein(Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex), Essen, Germany by Amselchen, via Flickr

Zeche Zollverein(Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex), Essen, Germany by Amselchen, via Flickr

https://flic.kr/p/hCum4y | Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord 11/11

Discover Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord in Duisburg, Germany: This former steel and coal plant is now a neon-lit industrial fantasia.

Trawsfynydd power station, Wales

Pulling down Snowdonia's power station would be a nuclear waste

Trawsfynydd, Snowdonia's Basil Spence-designed energy plant, is a triumph of modernist architecture – we should be celebrating it, not bringing in the bulldozers

Cockenzie

Let's keep Cockenzie, Scotland's modernist cathedral of power

It is a design classic which dominates the skyline of East Lothian like a medieval cathedral, but later this month Cockenzie power station will shut down: it should be fully preserved for future generations

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