Best New New Urban Books-Dan Slone-CNU17

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Best New New Urban Books-Dan Slone-CNU17

  1. 1. Dan Slone McGuireWoods LLP 901 East Cary Street Richmond, Virginia 23219 804.775.1041 dslone@mcguirewoods.com World Green Building Council
  2. 2. Green Plan and Code Language Dammit Jim, I’m a planner not a green coder!
  3. 3. REMOVE IMPEDIMENTS
  4. 4. School Size and Configuration
  5. 5. Utilities
  6. 6. EDUCATE AND DELIVER RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONSEQUENCES
  7. 7. Connections
  8. 8. Home Owner Associations
  9. 9. INTEGRATE SUSTAINABLE ECONOMICS TO STIMULATE NEW APPROACHES
  10. 10. Parks
  11. 11. UNDERSTAND YOUR AUTHORITY
  12. 12. Building Code -authority -preemption -practicality
  13. 13. UNDERSTAND YOUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES
  14. 14.  Original Green  Passive Survivability  Living Building/Living Communities  One Planet Living
  15. 15. COMMUNICATE SIMPLY, BUT SUSPECT ALL “SIMPLE” SOLUTIONS
  16. 16. PLANS
  17. 17. Sustainable Agriculture
  18. 18. The Triple Bottom Line- Sustainable Community Revitalization prosperity people planet
  19. 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. 20. Master Plan Elements Schools as centers of the community.
  21. 21. Master Plan Elements Noisette Preserve  Urban Park  Wetland Bank  Stormwater Management  Eco Tourism  Research and Classroom Resource  Recreation Facility
  22. 22. Sustainable Design Principles
  23. 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. 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. 25. CODES
  26. 26. Storm Water
  27. 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. 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. 29. Elements in a Green Code (Private Side)  Transportation  Biophelic design  Parking lots  Buildings  Orientation  Materials  reusability  Cultural resources  Transportation  Energy
  30. 30. GOING FROM GENERAL TO SPECIFIC  Arlington, Virginia  Washington, DC  Seattle, Washington  Atlanta, Georgia  Portland, Oregon  Taos, New Mexico  Sunnyvale, CA  Austin, Texas
  31. 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

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