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  • 1. Dan Slone McGuireWoods LLP 901 East Cary Street Richmond, Virginia 23219 804.775.1041 dslone@mcguirewoods.com World Green Building Council
  • 2. Green Plan and Code Language Dammit Jim, I’m a planner not a green coder!
  • 3. REMOVE IMPEDIMENTS
  • 4. School Size and Configuration
  • 5. Utilities
  • 6. EDUCATE AND DELIVER RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONSEQUENCES
  • 7. Connections
  • 8. Home Owner Associations
  • 9. INTEGRATE SUSTAINABLE ECONOMICS TO STIMULATE NEW APPROACHES
  • 10. Parks
  • 11. UNDERSTAND YOUR AUTHORITY
  • 12. Building Code -authority -preemption -practicality
  • 13. UNDERSTAND YOUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES
  • 14.  Original Green  Passive Survivability  Living Building/Living Communities  One Planet Living
  • 15. COMMUNICATE SIMPLY, BUT SUSPECT ALL “SIMPLE” SOLUTIONS
  • 16. PLANS
  • 17. Sustainable Agriculture
  • 18. The Triple Bottom Line- Sustainable Community Revitalization prosperity people planet
  • 19. Master Plan Process  A vision, not a plan – developer as integrator  Creating the Noisette brand  Role of developer as planner/zoning/ community organizer/ economic development/ educator  Establishing the self- worth of the community
  • 20. Master Plan Elements Schools as centers of the community.
  • 21. Master Plan Elements Noisette Preserve  Urban Park  Wetland Bank  Stormwater Management  Eco Tourism  Research and Classroom Resource  Recreation Facility
  • 22. Sustainable Design Principles
  • 23. Sustainable Design Principles OVERLAY ZONES • conservation • historic district • pedestrian • transportation • watershed and storm • parking • school • parks • energy performance • commercial standards • residential standards • landscaping
  • 24. Conclusions Stop Selling “Sustainability” and Start Selling the Benefits:  Durability  Health  Efficiency  Comfort We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow the earth from our children.
  • 25. CODES
  • 26. Storm Water
  • 27. Elements in a Green Code  Pedestrian oriented elements for all codes  Public Side:  Sustainable parks, right of way, street trees  Sustainable utilities  Green infrastructure  Green roof  Green wall  Micro grid  Distributed elements  Sustainable buildings  Sustainable operations
  • 28. Elements in a Green Code  Restoration  Location of uses and density  Transportation  Private Side  Lighting  Trees and plants  Roofs  Water storage  Water reuse  Demolition  Restoration
  • 29. Elements in a Green Code (Private Side)  Transportation  Biophelic design  Parking lots  Buildings  Orientation  Materials  reusability  Cultural resources  Transportation  Energy
  • 30. GOING FROM GENERAL TO SPECIFIC  Arlington, Virginia  Washington, DC  Seattle, Washington  Atlanta, Georgia  Portland, Oregon  Taos, New Mexico  Sunnyvale, CA  Austin, Texas
  • 31. RESOURCES  AIA’s Local Leaders in Sustainability  SmartCode Modules  Environmental  Natural Drainage  Lighting  Sustainability Tables  Light Imprint Storm Drainage  Sustainable Urbanism  Materials from EPA’s Green Building Code Barrier Workshop