Post-fossil future of the Port of Antwerp
After decades of warnings and debate, it is clear that we are at the start of the post-fossil era. The whole of society will have to become circular and climate neutral. This also applies to the port as a global hub for goods and energy flows and as a catalyst for the transition. But what does this mean? How can we get a grip on the various transitions and how does this revolution translate into new economies and relationships, but also into projects and spatial interventions?
This article was created as a result of the Port of Antwerp design studio at the Rotterdam Academie van Bouwkunst.
Source: This article is originally from the magazine RUIMTE (nr. 49, 2021) Vlaamse Vereniging voor Ruimte en Planning (VRP) www.vrp.be/ruimte