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Green Buildings for a Green Future                                  Guy Dauncey                                    April 2...
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If everyone lived like Canadians,                        wed need two more Earths  to provide all the resources and energy...
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Is our whole world being contaminated?Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Cell-phones - the danger in childrenGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Climate ChangeGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
AsWhen we the fossil fuels…                        we burn burn fossil fuels…Guy Dauncey 2011             2010www.earthfut...
CO2              CO2  CO2                        CO2         CO2       CO2                      As we burn the fossil fuel...
CO2            CO2  CO2                      CO2   CO2      CO2         100 million tonnes a day             = 4 million t...
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+ 2˚C riseGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com                      www.globalwarmingart.com
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20,000 years                      This 10,000                                            10,000 years past                ...
The Sun is rapidly setting                      on the Age of Fossil Fuels.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Alberta’s oil sands…Guy Dauncey 2011             2007www.earthfuture.com
Only producing 1.2 million barrels a day.               We consume 89 million barrels a day.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfutur...
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Do you sometimes feel                        that it’s all getting                      out of control?Guy Dauncey 2011www...
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… and our grandchildrenGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com              ©Antonia Dreamstime.com
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The Universe took 13 billion years               to create the miracle that is youGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
There are                      100,000 trillion                      trillion atoms                       in your body    ...
There are 100 trillion cells in your bodyGuy Dauncey 2011                 … all co-operating to create   YOUwww.earthfutur...
There are 100 billion neurons in your brain                         … all cooperatingGuy Dauncey 2011     to enable YOU to...
We need…                      A Green Economy                          Harmony                         with Nature        ...
Eight    Green Building    ThemesGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
1: EfficiencyGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Guy Dauncey 2011                      Super INefficientwww.earthfuture.com
Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com                      www.hotmapping.co.uk
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Passivhaus     Winter: -10 oC outside, no heat needed                      inside   Summer: 35 oC outside, only 26 oC insi...
Germany’s Passivhaus, Darmstadt (1991)Guy Dauncey 2011                      Super Efficientwww.earthfuture.com
Passive House                       near St. Jacob                        in Frankfurt.                          “Factor 1...
2: Zero Net Energy Housing  Every home in California must be zero net energy by 2020 -       emit no carbon and give power...
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In Britain,              By 2016, every new home must be zero-carbon.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
BedZED                                     Super-efficient,                                      smart metered            ...
Pearl River Tower                 Guangzhou, China Will produce more energy than it uses.       Wind, solar, natural cooli...
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Bahrain                      World Trade CentreGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Energy                                                       Centre   Beddington Zero Energy Housing (BedZED), Sutton, Lo...
Victoria - Dockside Green            100% of the heat from gasified wood-wastesGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Dockside Green                                 26 LEED Platinum                                     Buildings             ...
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3: District HeatingGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Pre-insulated piping used to                                                          heat most homes and                 ...
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Solar Thermal District Heating                       Drake Landing                      Okotoks, Alberta.Guy Dauncey 2011w...
Solar Thermal Heating 12 months a year                           The Energy Centre                                 Communi...
800                                     solar hot water                                         panels                    ...
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Solar Thermal Housing, Rostock, Germany                                              Sorce: SolvisGuy Dauncey 2011www.eart...
In Sweden, Stockholm sends heat from treated sewage effluent to 80,000 apartmentsGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
District Heating Plant, Vienna                        Heats 60,000 apartments                      Friedensreich Hundertwa...
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4. Earth-Built                      Straw Bale BuildingGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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Cob House, made from mud and strawGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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Cob house, 500 years oldGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Solar heated cob house                      The Highlands, VictoriaGuy Dauncey 2011                          Anne & Gord B...
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www.eco-sense.caGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Ann & Gord Baird                      Eco-Sense, Highlands of VictoriaGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
5: Nature-Source                       Heat Exchange  Solar Air-Source  Ground-Source   Water-Source   Sewer-Source    Ice...
Solar Air Source HeatGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Ground Source Heat                      2 million installations in 30 countries                               $16,000 to $...
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Geothermal Radial Drilling                        Austrian geo-drilling technique                      http://geothermic.t...
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Water Source HeatGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Ice Source Heat                      Richmond Olympic Skating OvalGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
6: Solar Energy                                                             Solar hot water                               ...
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www.solarbc.caGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com                       A project of the BCSEA
Lindau Hospital, GermanyGuy Dauncey 2011             2007www.earthfuture.com
Guy Dauncey 2011                      Rizhao, Chinawww.earthfuture.com
Rizhao, China                      Population 3 million   99% of city centre households use solar hot water.        60,000...
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Solar Wall HeatingGuy Dauncey 2007www.earthfuture.comGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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Welsh Development Agency             Technology Center, St. Asaph, North WalesGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
The Solar Age.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com               Rolf Disch Solar Architecture
Ota Solar City, JapanGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Solar Stadium, TaiwanGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Guy Dauncey 2011                      Les-Mees, Francewww.earthfuture.com
Paris-Amsterdam Railway - 16,000 solar panelsGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Dow’s Solar ShinglesGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Guy Dauncey 2011                      Thin film solarwww.earthfuture.com
Guy Dauncey 2011                      Thin film solar productionwww.earthfuture.com
Data from Stephen ORourke, senior analyst for semiconductor equipment and materials,    Deutsche Bank Securities, via www....
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7: Green Roofs, Green WallsGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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Guy Dauncey 2011                      Icelandwww.earthfuture.com
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8,000 sq ft zero carbon home designed for               Manchester United soccer player Gary NevilleGuy Dauncey 2011www.ea...
Toyko, JapanGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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Vertigreen                      www.zinco-greenroof.comGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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Musee du quai Branly in ParisGuy Dauncey 2011      designed by Patrick Blanc Le Mur Vegetalwww.earthfuture.com
Patrick Blanc                        Madrid’s vertical                      garden is made up of                        mo...
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Children’s Library, San Vicente del Raspeig, SpainGuy Dauncey 2011    Architect Jose Maria Chofrewww.earthfuture.com
Athenaeum Hotel, LondonGuy Dauncey 2011                            Patrick Blancwww.earthfuture.com
Organic Building, Osaka,JapanGuy Dauncey 2011             Gaetano Pescewww.earthfuture.com
Le 56/Eco-interstice                      An urban garden in Paris                      St. Blaise neighborhoodGuy Dauncey...
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Chicago City HallGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Vancouver Public LibraryGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Ann Demeulemeester Shop                       Gangham district of Seoul                      Korean architect Minsuk ChoGu...
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ACROS Fukuoka building in Fukuoka, Japan.                         35,000 plants, 76 speciesGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture...
University Library, Warsaw, Poland                          www.zinco-greenroof.comGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
United Bank of Switzerland                                BaselGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Munchner Technologiezentrum                           Munich, GermanyGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Namba Parks                      Osaka, JapanGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Virgo Road, Oakland Hills, San Francisco                             Robert Nebolon architectGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfutu...
Hundertwassers Waldspirale, AustriaGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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Hunderwassers village modelGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Rogner Spa and Hotel Hot Springs                        Friedensreich Hundertwasser                         Bad Blumau, St...
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Art College, SingaporeGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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Artificial floating island containing gardens and a spa          proposed for Amsterdam’s Ijburg neighborhood.            ...
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8: Transformation                      Boring Middle School, OregonGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Brooklyn Public School 216 Arturo Toscanini, New YorkGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Edible School Yard New York                              www.esyny.orgGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, Korea                                Early 1960s                                A 5.8 km creek     ...
Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, Korea                               Late 1960sGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, Korea                                                1970 - 1990Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, Korea                                 1990 - 2003Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, Korea   In July 2003, Seoul’s Mayor initiated a $384 million project    to remove the elevated high...
Cheonggyecheon todayGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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Seoul then-Mayor, Lee Myung-bak                          Cheonggyecheon todayGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Les Champs d’Elysees, ParisGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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Le Place de la République, Paris            A Story of ChangeAssembled by Guy Dauncey (www.earthfuture.com), fromwww.place...
1759: Authorization of buskers and small theaters         brings the Boulevard du Temple.      It becomes ”The Boulevard o...
August 1811, a fountain is opened on the                square.
La Fête a Place de la République, Paris            Christa Kieffer
1890: Place de la République, Paris
Guy Dauncey 2007                  1904-1935, Development of the Metrowww.earthfuture.com
Early 20th century
1942: Occupation
2011: 60% of the space is dedicated to the car
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2008: Taxi drivers protest
2006: Rush Hour   Flickr, Mippzon
2011: The City of Paris unveils plans to create a convivial                          space           www.placedelarepubliq...
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Green Homes Outselling the                            Market                     Certified green homes                  ma...
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Green Homes Outselling the      Market  “Remarkably, green homes carried a $92,175 price  premium, were 12.3% smaller and ...
Green Homes Outselling the       Market   At the point of sale, the transfer of information to buyers   can be challenging...
Certified Green Home Programs     2008: 17% of all home permits issued qualified under the         ENERGY STAR program (up...
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We need to roll up the past.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com                      By Nattanicha Kongsathitporn, age 14,...
We need to sail away from our old, polluting ways        and build a green, sustainable world.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfut...
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What matters most to you in life?Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
What are the values that you                            want to live by?Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
Do you believe you                      can make a difference?Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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How do we                        change the world?                      By working for a host of                       pra...
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  1. 1. Green Buildings for a Green Future Guy Dauncey April 2013Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  2. 2. We’ve come a long way from this….Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  3. 3. To this …Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  4. 4. but…Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  5. 5. We’ve also come to this…Guy Dauncey 2011 ©Smithore Dreamstime.comwww.earthfuture.com
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  11. 11. If everyone lived like Canadians, wed need two more Earths to provide all the resources and energy we’d need.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  20. 20. Is our whole world being contaminated?Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  21. 21. Cell-phones - the danger in childrenGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  22. 22. Climate ChangeGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  23. 23. AsWhen we the fossil fuels… we burn burn fossil fuels…Guy Dauncey 2011 2010www.earthfuture.com
  24. 24. CO2 CO2 CO2 CO2 CO2 CO2 As we burn the fossil fuels…Guy Dauncey 2011 2007www.earthfuture.com
  25. 25. CO2 CO2 CO2 CO2 CO2 CO2 100 million tonnes a day = 4 million tonnes an hour = 67,000 tonnes a minute As we burn the fossil fuels… = 1,000 tonnes a secondGuy Dauncey 2011 2007www.earthfuture.com
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  27. 27. Guy Dauncey 2011 IPCC 2007www.earthfuture.com
  28. 28. + 2˚C riseGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com www.globalwarmingart.com
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  31. 31. 20,000 years This 10,000 10,000 years past years future is the Age of Fossil FuelsGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  32. 32. The Sun is rapidly setting on the Age of Fossil Fuels.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  33. 33. Alberta’s oil sands…Guy Dauncey 2011 2007www.earthfuture.com
  34. 34. Only producing 1.2 million barrels a day. We consume 89 million barrels a day.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  39. 39. Do you sometimes feel that it’s all getting out of control?Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  41. 41. It’s all about sustainability, leadership…Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  42. 42. … and our grandchildrenGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com ©Antonia Dreamstime.com
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  44. 44. The Universe took 13 billion years to create the miracle that is youGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  45. 45. There are 100,000 trillion trillion atoms in your body …and they are all co-operating to create YOUGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  46. 46. There are 100 trillion cells in your bodyGuy Dauncey 2011 … all co-operating to create YOUwww.earthfuture.com
  47. 47. There are 100 billion neurons in your brain … all cooperatingGuy Dauncey 2011 to enable YOU to functionwww.earthfuture.com
  48. 48. We need… A Green Economy Harmony with Nature True SustainabilityGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  49. 49. Eight Green Building ThemesGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  50. 50. 1: EfficiencyGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  51. 51. Guy Dauncey 2011 Super INefficientwww.earthfuture.com
  52. 52. Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com www.hotmapping.co.uk
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  56. 56. Passivhaus Winter: -10 oC outside, no heat needed inside Summer: 35 oC outside, only 26 oC insideGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  57. 57. Germany’s Passivhaus, Darmstadt (1991)Guy Dauncey 2011 Super Efficientwww.earthfuture.com
  58. 58. Passive House near St. Jacob in Frankfurt. “Factor 10” Petra Genz and Folkmer Rasch 6,000 Passive Houses builtGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  59. 59. 2: Zero Net Energy Housing Every home in California must be zero net energy by 2020 - emit no carbon and give power back to the grid.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  61. 61. In Britain, By 2016, every new home must be zero-carbon.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  62. 62. BedZED Super-efficient, smart metered CHP power and hot water from local tree wastes Space heat: 88% less Hot water: 57% less Electricity: 25% lessGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  63. 63. Pearl River Tower Guangzhou, China Will produce more energy than it uses. Wind, solar, natural cooling Heat from rainwater and humidity. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, ChicagoGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  66. 66. Bahrain World Trade CentreGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  67. 67. Energy  Centre Beddington Zero Energy Housing (BedZED), Sutton, London, UKGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  68. 68. Victoria - Dockside Green 100% of the heat from gasified wood-wastesGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  69. 69. Dockside Green 26 LEED Platinum Buildings 2,500 people $350 million Residential, live-work, hotel, retail, office and light-industrial uses.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  72. 72. 3: District HeatingGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  73. 73. Pre-insulated piping used to heat most homes and commercial buildings in Scandinavia. Insulation allows the delivery of hot water at 200o C to customers up to 15 miles away, with a net loss of only a few degrees. Photo and text by Jayson AntonoffGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  75. 75. Solar Thermal District Heating Drake Landing Okotoks, Alberta.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  76. 76. Solar Thermal Heating 12 months a year The Energy Centre Community solarSolar hot water heat panels panelsGuy Dauncey 2011 2007www.earthfuture.com
  77. 77. 800 solar hot water panels on the garages 90% of residential space heating needs met by solar thermal energy (40-50o C) Reduction - 5 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions per home per year.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  79. 79. Solar Thermal Housing, Rostock, Germany Sorce: SolvisGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  80. 80. In Sweden, Stockholm sends heat from treated sewage effluent to 80,000 apartmentsGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  81. 81. District Heating Plant, Vienna Heats 60,000 apartments Friedensreich HundertwasserGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  83. 83. 4. Earth-Built Straw Bale BuildingGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  90. 90. Cob house, 500 years oldGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  91. 91. Solar heated cob house The Highlands, VictoriaGuy Dauncey 2011 Anne & Gord Bairdwww.earthfuture.com
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  93. 93. www.eco-sense.caGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  94. 94. Ann & Gord Baird Eco-Sense, Highlands of VictoriaGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  95. 95. 5: Nature-Source Heat Exchange Solar Air-Source Ground-Source Water-Source Sewer-Source Ice-SourceGuy Dauncey 2011 A heat exchange floor being laidwww.earthfuture.com
  96. 96. Solar Air Source HeatGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  97. 97. Ground Source Heat 2 million installations in 30 countries $16,000 to $24,000Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  100. 100. Geothermal Radial Drilling Austrian geo-drilling technique http://geothermic.tracto-technik.comGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  102. 102. Water Source HeatGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  103. 103. Ice Source Heat Richmond Olympic Skating OvalGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  104. 104. 6: Solar Energy Solar hot water on a restaurant in Sweden Photo by Hamilton Hazlehurst/VulcanGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  106. 106. www.solarbc.caGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com A project of the BCSEA
  107. 107. Lindau Hospital, GermanyGuy Dauncey 2011 2007www.earthfuture.com
  108. 108. Guy Dauncey 2011 Rizhao, Chinawww.earthfuture.com
  109. 109. Rizhao, China Population 3 million 99% of city centre households use solar hot water. 60,000 greenhouses, all solar powered. Whole city plans to become carbon neutral.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  110. 110. Guy Dauncey 2011 CSIROwww.earthfuture.com
  111. 111. Solar Wall HeatingGuy Dauncey 2007www.earthfuture.comGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  113. 113. Welsh Development Agency Technology Center, St. Asaph, North WalesGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  114. 114. The Solar Age.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com Rolf Disch Solar Architecture
  115. 115. Ota Solar City, JapanGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  116. 116. Solar Stadium, TaiwanGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  117. 117. Guy Dauncey 2011 Les-Mees, Francewww.earthfuture.com
  118. 118. Paris-Amsterdam Railway - 16,000 solar panelsGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  119. 119. Dow’s Solar ShinglesGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  120. 120. Guy Dauncey 2011 Thin film solarwww.earthfuture.com
  121. 121. Guy Dauncey 2011 Thin film solar productionwww.earthfuture.com
  122. 122. Data from Stephen ORourke, senior analyst for semiconductor equipment and materials, Deutsche Bank Securities, via www.energyandcapital.com, February 2008Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  124. 124. 7: Green Roofs, Green WallsGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  125. 125. Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  126. 126. Guy Dauncey 2011 Icelandwww.earthfuture.com
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  131. 131. 8,000 sq ft zero carbon home designed for Manchester United soccer player Gary NevilleGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  132. 132. Toyko, JapanGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  134. 134. Vertigreen www.zinco-greenroof.comGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  137. 137. Musee du quai Branly in ParisGuy Dauncey 2011 designed by Patrick Blanc Le Mur Vegetalwww.earthfuture.com
  138. 138. Patrick Blanc Madrid’s vertical garden is made up of more than 15,000 plants, from 250 different species.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  143. 143. Children’s Library, San Vicente del Raspeig, SpainGuy Dauncey 2011 Architect Jose Maria Chofrewww.earthfuture.com
  144. 144. Athenaeum Hotel, LondonGuy Dauncey 2011 Patrick Blancwww.earthfuture.com
  145. 145. Organic Building, Osaka,JapanGuy Dauncey 2011 Gaetano Pescewww.earthfuture.com
  146. 146. Le 56/Eco-interstice An urban garden in Paris St. Blaise neighborhoodGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  148. 148. Le 56/Eco-interstice, ParisGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  151. 151. Chicago City HallGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  152. 152. Vancouver Public LibraryGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  153. 153. Ann Demeulemeester Shop Gangham district of Seoul Korean architect Minsuk ChoGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  154. 154. Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  155. 155. ACROS Fukuoka building in Fukuoka, Japan. 35,000 plants, 76 speciesGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  156. 156. University Library, Warsaw, Poland www.zinco-greenroof.comGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  157. 157. United Bank of Switzerland BaselGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  158. 158. Munchner Technologiezentrum Munich, GermanyGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  159. 159. Namba Parks Osaka, JapanGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  160. 160. Virgo Road, Oakland Hills, San Francisco Robert Nebolon architectGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  161. 161. Hundertwassers Waldspirale, AustriaGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  165. 165. Hunderwassers village modelGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  166. 166. Rogner Spa and Hotel Hot Springs Friedensreich Hundertwasser Bad Blumau, Styria, AustriaGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  168. 168. Art College, SingaporeGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  169. 169. Guy Dauncey 2007www.earthfuture.com
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  173. 173. Artificial floating island containing gardens and a spa proposed for Amsterdam’s Ijburg neighborhood. Patric BlancGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  184. 184. 8: Transformation Boring Middle School, OregonGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  185. 185. Brooklyn Public School 216 Arturo Toscanini, New YorkGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  186. 186. Edible School Yard New York www.esyny.orgGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  187. 187. Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, Korea Early 1960s A 5.8 km creek that flows through downtown SeoulGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  188. 188. Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, Korea Late 1960sGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  189. 189. Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, Korea 1970 - 1990Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  190. 190. Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, Korea 1990 - 2003Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  191. 191. Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, Korea In July 2003, Seoul’s Mayor initiated a $384 million project to remove the elevated highway and restore the stream, to re-introduce nature to the city and promote a more eco-friendly urban designGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  192. 192. Cheonggyecheon todayGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  193. 193. Cheonggyecheon todayGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  194. 194. Cheonggyecheon todayGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  195. 195. Cheonggyecheon todayGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  196. 196. Cheonggyecheon todayGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  197. 197. Seoul then-Mayor, Lee Myung-bak Cheonggyecheon todayGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  198. 198. Les Champs d’Elysees, ParisGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  199. 199. Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  200. 200. Le Place de la République, Paris A Story of ChangeAssembled by Guy Dauncey (www.earthfuture.com), fromwww.placedelarepublique.paris.fr TVK and other sources
  201. 201. 1759: Authorization of buskers and small theaters brings the Boulevard du Temple. It becomes ”The Boulevard of Crime".
  202. 202. August 1811, a fountain is opened on the square.
  203. 203. La Fête a Place de la République, Paris Christa Kieffer
  204. 204. 1890: Place de la République, Paris
  205. 205. Guy Dauncey 2007 1904-1935, Development of the Metrowww.earthfuture.com
  206. 206. Early 20th century
  207. 207. 1942: Occupation
  208. 208. 2011: 60% of the space is dedicated to the car
  209. 209. www.squareproject.blogspot.com
  210. 210. 2008: Taxi drivers protest
  211. 211. 2006: Rush Hour Flickr, Mippzon
  212. 212. 2011: The City of Paris unveils plans to create a convivial space www.placedelarepublique.paris.fr
  213. 213. tvk-architecture.tumblr.co
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  225. 225. www.ted.com - search on ‘Ingels’Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  227. 227. Guy Dauncey 2007www.earthfuture.com
  228. 228. Green Homes Outselling the Market Certified green homes made up 33% of the new home market, sold for a 9% premium per sq ft and were on the market for 24% less time. From November 2009 through January 2010, King County non- certified homes continued to decrease in value as certified home values increased. In July 2009, two years of steady growth in market share of green homes culminated in over 49% of new homes being sold that month with a certification. Over 50%, and appraisers will be required to discount any home that is not green, as that will have become the new market norm.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  230. 230. Green Homes Outselling the Market “Remarkably, green homes carried a $92,175 price premium, were 12.3% smaller and continued to sell in less time than a non-certified home. In Seattle, third-party verified homes, which are often a “deeper green” home, sold for 23.5% more per square foot in 10% less time, and make up 6% of the market.”Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  231. 231. Green Homes Outselling the Market At the point of sale, the transfer of information to buyers can be challenging. A 2009 report by Sterling Hamilton, who studied green home marketing in Puget Sound, notes that there was a 14% difference in sales price between green properties actively marketed green by real estate agents versus green homes not actively marketed as green by real estate agents. As agents learn to market e-certified homes, premiums will continue to grow, home buyers will continue to learn of the benefits of green building and the cycle will continue.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  232. 232. Certified Green Home Programs 2008: 17% of all home permits issued qualified under the ENERGY STAR program (up from 12% in 2007). ENERGY STAR: 1,000,000 homes LEED for Homes (2007): 4,000 certified units + 19,200 registered units NAHB’s Green Building Program (2009): 800 green homes.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  236. 236. www.talkgreentous.caGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  237. 237. This is an amazing opportunityGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  238. 238. to build a Solar WorldGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  239. 239. … or give up,and tell yourselfyou can’tmake a differenceGuy Dauncey 2011 ©Smithore Dreamstime.comwww.earthfuture.com
  240. 240. We need to roll up the past.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com By Nattanicha Kongsathitporn, age 14, Thailand
  241. 241. We need to sail away from our old, polluting ways and build a green, sustainable world.Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com By Iskren Rumenov Petrov, age 14, from Bulgaria
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  243. 243. What matters most to you in life?Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  244. 244. What are the values that you want to live by?Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
  245. 245. Do you believe you can make a difference?Guy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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  247. 247. How do we change the world? By working for a host of practical changes… www.bcsea.orgGuy Dauncey 2011www.earthfuture.com
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