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Building Sustainability

  1. 1. BuildingSustainability 1 Wali Memon
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  21. 21. ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability6 Continents15 Offices68 Countries1200 Local Governments Mitigation Adaptation Sustainability Wali Memon
  22. 22. ICLEI USA7 Offices40 Staff Members600 Local Governments Mitigation Adaptation Sustainability Wali Memon
  23. 23. 5 Milestone Process Wali Memon
  24. 24. Measuring Up Wali Memon
  25. 25. Leveraging the Network Wali Memon
  26. 26. AdaptationICLEI USA’s Adaptation Milestones• Conduct a Climate Resiliency Study• Set Preparedness Goals• Develop Preparedness Plan• Implement Preparedness Plan• Measure Progress & Evaluate Plan Wali Memon
  27. 27. Homes inThe Cost of Sprawl to Outlying Areas Mean:American Taxpayers New Roads New Public Buildings $84M Daily Higher Fuel $31B Annually Consumption Increased Government Services Wali MemonSource: Sprawl Costs
  28. 28. 25% Less Sprawl Over 25 Years ? Projected Financial Impact on Americans $2.6B Saved in Water and Sewer Costs 4.6M less hookups $110B Saved in Road Costs 188,000 lane miles $420B Saved in Development Costs $16,000 drop in average home price $219B Saved in Driving Costs 56M fewer miles driven daily Wali MemonSource: Sprawl Costs
  29. 29. The Infrastructure GapThe [Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Needs Gap] provides a useful way to gauge what additional infrastructure investment will be required over a 20 year period for public sewer and water systems to comply with existing law. Many organizations and commentators suggest that the gap is somewhere between $500 billion and $1 trillion.-Mayors Water Council Local Government Expenditures for Sewer and Water – 1991 to 2005 Wali Memon
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  32. 32. Paseo del Volcan Source: NM DOT Wali Memon
  33. 33. WestBrazos Jr. High Wali Memon
  34. 34. Joel Pett’s Editorial CartoonsWali Memon
  35. 35. Thank You 35 Wali Memon

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