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Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008
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Green Building Be2camp Pecha Kucha 2008

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Pecha Kucha presentation about Green Building across the globe. The presentation was given remotely at Be2Camp 2008. Anyone can use the slideshow as long as credit is given to the Public Works Group.

Pecha Kucha presentation about Green Building across the globe. The presentation was given remotely at Be2Camp 2008. Anyone can use the slideshow as long as credit is given to the Public Works Group.

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  • Simple introductory presentation focusing on existing green building councils across the world and building rating tools used to signify and certify green buildings.
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    • 1. Greening the Globe
    • 2. Is there an overall global organization? www.worldgbc.org
    • 3. <ul><li>Countries with councils under development: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Argentina </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Columbia </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Poland </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>South Africa </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Vietnam </li></ul></ul>
    • 4.  
    • 5. Licensed assessor Assessed under one of two versions - standard or bespoke – depending on building type Rating is Pass, Good, Very Good, Excellent
    • 6. A ratio is determined based on internal elements (the actual project site) and external to the site (the public space) The ratio is plotted on a graph indicating the relation between these two components and a rating determined Possible ratings are class C (poor), class B-, class B+, class A, and class S (Excellent)
    • 7. DGNB = Deutsche Gesellschaft für nachhaltiges Bauen Per a recent article in Building Sustainability, this system will have Bronze, Silver, and Gold levels
    • 8. Rating or Certificate system administered in Taiwan by The Architecture and Building Research Institute, Ministry Of the Interior
    • 9. Built on the LEED and BREEAM systems along with local input The Building Council of Australia commissions a third-party Certified Assessor to validate the documentation Project receives a score that determines certification achievement
    • 10. Green Star NZ rating tools are in the process of being developed for different building types such as offices, retail, industrial, etc. For new office designs, possible ratings are 4 Star, 5 Star, and 6 Star
    • 11. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LEED = LEED certification available for new construction, existing buildings, commercial interiors, retail, schools, and for core & shell rating systems Rating levels are certified, silver, gold and the highest level of platinum
    • 12. Adapted from LEED LEED Canada Prerequisites and credits organized into five principal LEED categories along with one additional category: the Innovation & Design Process Rating levels are certified, silver, gold and the highest level of platinum
    • 13. Adapted from LEED LEED India Prerequisites and credits organized into five principal LEED categories Programs only relate to new construction and core and shell construction Rating levels are certified, silver, gold and the highest level of platinum
    • 14. Sustainable Building Rating Tool still under development Focus will begin on low income housing and commercial buildings
    • 15. One of the tools that is not developed or administered by a national green building council – instead this system is owned and operated by the HK-BEAM Society Rating levels are Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinum Appears to focus on Hong Kong buildings
    • 16. HQE = Haute Qualité Environnementale Rating levels of Base, Performant, Tres performant
    • 17. Rating levels ranging from A through G as shown in the image to the left
    • 18. Standards appear to focus on energy consumption A registered brand and trademark that is used to certify buildings that meet the brand’s established standards
    • 19. Green Globes Assessment tool that grades on six categories based on about 150 questions Possible levels include 1 Globe, 2 Globes, 3 Globes, and 4 Globes with 4 Globes signifying the highest score of achievement
    • 20. Web sites and resources

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