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November 06 Symposium  Sustainability as it relates to San  Bernardino Intermodal Transit Center
Context          The US produces 22% of the          world’s total carbon          emissions.          We consume 27% of t...
Key elements of a sustainable development Transportation     Energy        Water       Waste                  Biodiversity...
TransportationThese three images show the same number of people in the same street scene
Energy Hierarchy                   • Energy Hierarchy                     as defined by                     AB32          ...
Planning            Operations                       Alternative                       technologies Passive               ...
Planning                  Operations                              AlternativePassive                              technolo...
Planning            Operations                        AlternativePassive                        technologies &            ...
Planning            Operations                        AlternativePassive                        technologies &            ...
Planning             Operations                         AlternativePassive                         technologies &         ...
Planning            Operations                        AlternativePassive                        technologies &            ...
Solar technologies             Solar thermal image
Social and Economic Considerations                     • AB32 Compliance                     • Jobs/Housing Balance       ...
Rating and Recognition • LEED® Rating – Silver, Gold or Platinum? • Carbon Net Zero    • Climate Action Registry Protocols...
Key Performance Indicators • How do we measure and   report the success of the   Intermodal Center?    • CO2e per person? ...
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LTC, Jack R. Widmeyer Transportation Research Conference, Going to San Bernardino A Symposium on Intermodal Transit Stations and Transit-Oriented Design, 11/06/2009, Steve Dunn

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LTC, Jack R. Widmeyer Transportation Research Conference, Going to San Bernardino A Symposium on Intermodal Transit Stations and Transit-Oriented Design, 11/06/2009, Steve Dunn

  1. 1. November 06 Symposium Sustainability as it relates to San Bernardino Intermodal Transit Center
  2. 2. Context The US produces 22% of the world’s total carbon emissions. We consume 27% of the world’s total energy and 25% of its total petroleum. We control 19.6% of the world’s total income. We own 48.6% of the world’s cars and trucks. We make up 4.5% of the world’s population.
  3. 3. Key elements of a sustainable development Transportation Energy Water Waste Biodiversity Parks and Economic Community & Recreation Balance Landscape
  4. 4. TransportationThese three images show the same number of people in the same street scene
  5. 5. Energy Hierarchy • Energy Hierarchy as defined by AB32 • Defines approach to reducing energy/carbon impact due to buildings
  6. 6. Planning Operations Alternative technologies Passive & renewables ActiveSustainability Strategy
  7. 7. Planning Operations AlternativePassive technologies & renewables Active Heat island effectPlanning
  8. 8. Planning Operations AlternativePassive technologies & renewables ActivePassive
  9. 9. Planning Operations AlternativePassive technologies & renewables ActiveActive
  10. 10. Planning Operations AlternativePassive technologies & renewables ActiveAlternative technologies & renewables
  11. 11. Planning Operations AlternativePassive technologies & renewables ActiveOperations
  12. 12. Solar technologies Solar thermal image
  13. 13. Social and Economic Considerations • AB32 Compliance • Jobs/Housing Balance • Walkability – health benefits • Reduced household costs • Green job creation • Early adopters attract investment • Third party investment opportunities
  14. 14. Rating and Recognition • LEED® Rating – Silver, Gold or Platinum? • Carbon Net Zero • Climate Action Registry Protocols • Scope I and II for buildings Global Leader • Further scope for transportation boundaries Market Leader Regional LeaderLegal Compliance
  15. 15. Key Performance Indicators • How do we measure and report the success of the Intermodal Center? • CO2e per person? • Green space per resident? • Miles traveled before and after? • Need a collaborative decision on how we measure success over and above the rating system(s). “In order to reach California’s green house goals we must re- think how we plan our communities” – Governors Office referring to SB375

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