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Christidis, G.E. (2010) Industrial Clays.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Use Energy Efficiency, Eco-Design, and Eco-Friendly Materials to Support Eco-Tourism

    AUTHORS: Essam Metwally

    KEYWORDS: Adaptation to Climate, Natural Ventilation, Sick Buildings, Sustainability, Thermal Insulation

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, Vol.7 No.12, December 10, 2019

    ABSTRACT: The term “Eco-lodge” is used to identify a type of nature-based tourism facility that will respond to the principles of ecotourism. The research aims to study, develop and design such types of facilities in an environmentally sensitive manner, using local materials or recycled materials, with a design that serves the environment and is consistent with the nature and cultural background of the place, through Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energies. This leads us to the ideas and foundations of seeking to preserve natural energy, respect the environment and reduce the impact of construction thereon. The research applies environmental and sustainable design standards to a proposed model designed by the Author for desert lodges, and the most important advantages of supporting ecotourism, by observing the principles of good design consistent with the local environment and culture, preventing the use of internal pollution sources, adapting to the climate, using alternative environmentally friendly materials, the efficiency of production and use of energy to promote the use of clean renewable energy. As important elements in the development of tourism and to help to preserve natural heritage and biodiversity. Such architectural solutions aim to achieve the objectives of eco-design, in terms of reducing the cost of energy in buildings, using natural energy instead of mechanical power systems, in addition to creating a healthy and comfortable environment.