Beyond Zero Carbon Housing - Bill Gething

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A one day symposium on zero/low carbon sustainable homes took place at The University of Nottingham on the 24th October, 2012. The event offered professionals within the construction industry a unique opportunity to gain added and significant insight into the innovations, policies and legislation which are driving the construction of zero/low carbon energy efficient homes both here in the UK and elsewhere in Europe. It explored solutions to sustainability issues “beyond” the zero carbon agenda. BZCH followed on from the successful ‘Towards Zero Carbon Housing’ symposium the University hosted in 2007. This event is part of the Europe Wide Ten Act10n project which is supported by the European Commission Intelligent Energy Europe.

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Beyond Zero Carbon Housing - Bill Gething

  1. 1. Beyond ZeroCarbon Housingexploring solutions to sustainability issues beyond the zero carbon agenda2 4 th O c t o b e r 2 0 1 2 a t T h e U n i v e r s i t y o f N o t t i n g h a mDepartment of Architecture and Built Environment
  2. 2. © Copyright Notice A l l t h e m a te r i a l i n t h e s e s l i d e sm ay n o t b e u s e d o r re p ro d u c e d w i t h o u t t h e ex p re s s p e r m i s s i o n o f t h e a u t h o rs
  3. 3. Zero Carbon Housing in a Changing ClimateBill GethingBeyond Zero Carbon HousingUniversity of NottinghamOctober 2012http://www.innovateuk.org/_assets/pdf/other-publications/tsb-climatechangereport-0510_final1.pdf
  4. 4. http://www.innovateuk.org/_assets/pdf/other-publications/tsb-climatechangereport-0510_final1.pdf
  5. 5. Headlines Hotter drier summers Wetter warmer winters Extreme events more likely Sea level rise
  6. 6. Environment What kind of future? Health Water Food Land 6 Temperature: Global Mean – Change ºC 5 High (A1F1) New York, London, Tokyo etc threatened 4 450 million affected by coastal flooding Med (A1B) 3 20-50 % extinction Low (B1)2 1 0 1800 1900 2000 2100
  7. 7. Shaping the Future? Global GHG Emissions (Gt CO2 eq/ yr)160140 High120 (A1F1)10080 Med60 (A1B)40 Low20 (B1) World Stabilisation Scenario 2020 2030 2040 2050 2060 2070 2080 2090 2100 (-4%/ yr from 2016)
  8. 8. Twin ChallengesMitigation Reduce emissionsAdaptation Design for a changing climate Exploit the overlap Avoid the conflicts …and don’t forget the Delight
  9. 9. Design agenda: Comfort Construction WaterContext: Regional variation + geographic specifics Existing stock Low carbon imperative.Tactics: Behavioural adaptation Timing Scale Competition, consensus and regulation.
  10. 10. UK Climate Change Projections A probabilistic approach Median value (50%)Probability of change 1 2 3 4 5 Change in temperature (say) 10% “Very Likely” range 90% 33% “Likely” 67% range
  11. 11. Which Climate? ProCLiP: London summer mean daily max temp
  12. 12. Design your way out of the problem? Gale and Snowdon
  13. 13. Design your way out of the problem? Gale and Snowdon
  14. 14. Design your way out of the problem? Triangle Architects
  15. 15. Design your way out of the problem? Ground cooling with solar assisted extract Triangle Architects
  16. 16. Cooling tipping point Action or reaction?
  17. 17. Bill Gethingwith Katie Puckett bill@billgething.co.uk

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