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IMPLEMENTING
RESILIENCE
LAKE COMO
S T E V E M O D D E M E Y E R | C O L L I N S W O E R M A N
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Implementing Resilience
• New Technology
• Climate Change
• Flood
• Earthquake
• Hazardous materials
• Landslide
• Extreme...
Implementing Resilience
New people last week.
This week.
Next week.
Every week for the next 4 decades.
800,000
https://dhs...
Implementing Resilience
ECONOMIC RESET US 2008
Implementing Resilience
ECONOMIC RESET EUROZONE 2008-2016
NYTimes, 2016 April 30
Ireland
Germany
France
Eurozone
Spain
Ita...
Implementing Resilience KIROTV blog
IMPACTS FROM CLIMATE CHANGE:
DROUGHT
Implementing Resilience
EARTHQUAKE
Implementing Resilience
RESILIENT TO WHAT?UNDERWATER LANDSLIDES
Implementing Resilience
SEICHE
Implementing Resilience (© All Rights Reserved by Simone Luciani July 7, 2008)
FLOOD
Implementing Resilience
• They outlive the
nations that claim
them
FORTUNATELY, CITIES ARE NATURALLY
RESILIENT
Implementing Resilience Blue Funnies‘ on Flickr
1,227 years
Implementing Resilience
2,676 years
Implementing Resilience Dalbera from Flickr
5,000 years
Implementing Resilience
4,000+ years
Implementing Resilience
RESILIENCE IS BOTH GROWTH AND
DISTURBANCE
Implementing Resilience
RESILIENCE
Implementing Resilience
RESILIENCE
Implementing Resilience
THE MEASURE OF RESILIENCE?
How quickly a system recovers
• Sometimes systems
never recover and
shi...
Implementing Resilience
Can we design systems that never
break?
Or can we design systems that can
quickly be repaired when...
Implementing Resilience
We have three choices
1. Build systems for engineered resilience that break
when conditions exceed...
Implementing Resilience
DARPA chose adaptive capacity
Implementing Resilience
Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience
From “The biological basis of resilient cities”
- ...
Implementing Resilience
Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience
From “The biological basis of resilient cities”
- ...
Implementing Resilience
Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience
From “The biological basis of resilient cities”
- ...
Implementing Resilience
Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience
From “The biological basis of resilient cities”
- ...
Implementing Resilience
Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience
From “The biological basis of resilient cities”
- ...
Implementing Resilience
Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience
From “The biological basis of resilient cities”
- ...
Implementing Resilience
Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience
From “The biological basis of resilient cities”
- ...
Implementing Resilience
Interconnected, overlapping and
adaptable patterns
From “The biological basis of resilient cities”...
• Nested semi-autonomous
– Buildings
– Neighborhoods
– Cities
RESILIENT CITIES
Implementing Resilience
SEMI-AUTONOMOUS BUILDINGS
• Use renewable resources
– Sun
– Rain
– Soils
– Food
– Shade
– Vegetati...
Implementing Resilience
SEMI-AUTONOMOUS
NEIGHBORHOODS
• Link together green semi-autonomous buildings
• Increase livabilit...
Implementing Resilience
OUTLINE
1. Cities of the Future must adapt
2. Uncertainty is high
3. Shift to incremental investme...
Implementing Resilience
1. CITIES OF THE FUTURE
• The world has changed
– Economic “reset”
– Urbanization and growth
– Cli...
Implementing Resilience
• Reliability is the standard that we use to
design roads, bridges, water supply systems,
wastewat...
Implementing Resilience
We are In a Time of Extreme Uncertainty
All of our urban systems are designed using a model
of sta...
Implementing Resilience
2009: “STATIONARITY IS DEAD”
Thanks to climate change we can no longer
safely use the historical r...
Implementing Resilience
Today’s 100-
year
drought
Today’s 100-
year flood
Drier Wetter
Common
Average Annual Rainfall
Rare...
Implementing Resilience
Today’s 100-
year
drought
Today’s 100-
year flood
Drier Wetter
We built infrastructure for 98 out ...
Implementing Resilience
Today’s 100-
year
drought
Today’s 100-
year flood
Drier Wetter
What if it gets wetter?
RareRare
To...
Implementing Resilience
Today’s 100-
year
drought
Today’s 100-
year flood
Drier Wetter
What if it gets drier?
RareRare
Tom...
Implementing Resilience
Drier Wetter
What if we get both?
RareRare
Range of possible
100-year
droughts?
Range of possible
...
Implementing Resilience
Drier Wetter
We have to be adaptable and flexible
RareRare
Range of possible
100-year
droughts?
Ra...
Implementing Resilience
Likelihoodofevents
Today’s 100-
year
drought
Today’s 100-
year flood
Drier Wetter
Common
RareRare
...
Implementing Resilience
Uncertainty
• Without equilibrium there is no way to
measure probabilities
• Without probabilities...
Implementing Resilience
2. UNCERTAINTY
• Uncertainty is higher than we admit or
recognize
Implementing Resilience
3. INCREMENTAL INVESTMENTS
• When the range
of possible
futures is broad,
make
incremental
investm...
Implementing Resilience
• Diversity
• Modularity
• Connectivity
• Storage
• Feedback
• Story
• Trust
• Self-Organizing
CHA...
Implementing Resilience
EXAMPLES: COMMONALITIES
- Use resilience as a framework to achieve real
sustainability
- Join land...
Implementing Resilience
EXAMPLE: BOULDER CDBG-DR
COLLABORATIVE, COLORADO USA
Implementing Resilience
EXAMPLE: BOULDER CDBG-DR
COLLABORATIVE, COLORADO USA
Boulder County, cities, and towns
PROBLEM: Ne...
Implementing Resilience
Resilient Design Performance
Standard
• Sets performance goals: time-to-recovery
• Identifies prio...
Implementing Resilience
EXAMPLE: OSAGE NATION
Governmental campus for
the Osage Nation
PROBLEM: Create an
advanced sustain...
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Rainwater Har
T
Geo-exchange water to water heat pumps
Radiant heat
100-YEAR BUILDING
Implementing Resilience
EXAMPLE: SUSTAINABLE LIVING
INNOVATIONS
Implementing Resilience
Winner “People’s Choice Award” for urban design – Seattle Design Commission
www.sustainablelivingi...
Implementing Resilience
SUSTAINABLE LIVING INNOVATIONS
Sustainable Living
Innovations (SLI)
• Half the time, half the
wate...
Implementing Resilience
• Built in flat pieces in a
warehouse in Seattle
• Shipped in containers/trucks to
be assembled on...
Implementing Resilience
EXAMPLE: SUSTAINABLE LIVING
INNOVATIONS
• Solar hot water for
showers and
heating
• Natural ventil...
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
SLI
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
YESLER TERRACE
Implementing Resilience
EXAMPLE: YESLER TERRACE
Seattle Housing Authority
38 acres
5,000 apartments
1 million sq ft of off...
Implementing Resilience
Vibrant metabolic landscapes - Seattle
COLLINSWOERMAN SEATTLE, USA
Seattle, USA Yesler Terrace
Implementing Resilience
• Evaluated district scale
opportunities
• Meet or beat levels of service
of business-as-usual … a...
Implementing Resilience
COLLINSWOERMAN SEATTLE, USA
METABOLIC LANDSCAPE FLOWS
Implementing Resilience
RESULTS: WATER
• 45% reduction in
potable water use
• 70% reduction in
wastewater flows
• $300,000...
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Geo-Exchange/Solar Hot Water System preferred:
• Over 90% of energy for heating and cooling from o...
Implementing Resilience
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE THERMAL
LOOP
• Buildings balance
uses between them
• Thermal loop system
temp ...
Implementing Resilience
Chonggyechon Seoul, Korea
Implementing Resilience
Chonggyechon Seoul, Korea
Implementing Resilience
Chonggyechon Seoul, Korea
Implementing Resilience
Chonggyechon Seoul, Korea
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Hammerby Sjostad
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Graphic: SWECO
Implementing Resilience
Implementing Resilience
Star City, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, Korea
Implementing Resilience
Star City, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul,
Korea
Graphic: Mooyoung Han, Seoul National University
Implementing Resilience
Star City, Energy Savings
Graphic: Mooyoung Han, Seoul National University
Implementing Resilience
Star City, Centralized Management
of Rainwater Tanks
Graphic: Mooyoung Han, Seoul National Univers...
Implementing Resilience
Paragon res earch an d d es ign center, McL aren , L on d on
Implementing Resilience
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QUIGDAO: SEMIZENTRAL
Implementing Resilience
QUIGDAO: SEMIZENTRAL
• District scale wastewater treatment and reuse
• Gray water is used for toil...
Implementing Resilience
• 30%-40% reduction
in water use
• Supplies energy for
treatment from
biogas
• Reduces transport
c...
Implementing Resilience
Qingdao, China (eco-blocks)
Implementing Resilience
Qingdao, China (eco-blocks)
Implementing Resilience
STOCKHOLM RESILIENCE CENTRE
image: Q-book Albano 4
Implementing Resilience
Implementing ResiliencePhoto: Q-book Albano 4
STOCKHOLM RESILIENCE CENTRE
Implementing ResilienceImage: Q-book Albano 4
Implementing ResilienceImage: Q-book Albano 4
ATILIER DREISEITL, GERMANY
Singapore Watersheds
ATILIER DREISEITL, GERMANY
ATELIER DREISEITL
Singapore watersheds
Bishan ParkATELIER DREISEITL
This means:
Overlapping of Territories River – Park
Overlapping of Responsibilities PUB - NP
Overlapping of Maintenance an...
ATELIER DREISEITL
ATELIER DREISEITL
Bishan Park 2009Bishan Park 2011Bishan Park 2021Bishan Park 2031At Re-inception10 Years Later20 Years Later Today
ATELIER ...
Implementing Resilience
EXAMPLES: COMMONALITIES
- Use resilience as a framework to achieve real
sustainability
- Join land...
DISCUSSION
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Lectures Moddemeyer - Resilience

  1. 1. IMPLEMENTING RESILIENCE LAKE COMO S T E V E M O D D E M E Y E R | C O L L I N S W O E R M A N s m o d d e m e y e r @ c o l l i n s w o e r m a n . c o m Cities of the Future, resilience and sustainability May 9, 2016
  2. 2. Implementing Resilience • New Technology • Climate Change • Flood • Earthquake • Hazardous materials • Landslide • Extreme heat • Winter Storm • Bomb Threat • Pandemic • Power Outages • Radiation • Terrorism • Seiche • Extreme Wind CITIES NEED TO BE RESILIENT
  3. 3. Implementing Resilience New people last week. This week. Next week. Every week for the next 4 decades. 800,000 https://dhs.stanford.edu/spatial-humanities/comparing-population-density-and-wikipedia-density-on-gis-day/
  4. 4. Implementing Resilience ECONOMIC RESET US 2008
  5. 5. Implementing Resilience ECONOMIC RESET EUROZONE 2008-2016 NYTimes, 2016 April 30 Ireland Germany France Eurozone Spain Italy Greece Ireland 2008 20162010 2012 2014
  6. 6. Implementing Resilience KIROTV blog IMPACTS FROM CLIMATE CHANGE: DROUGHT
  7. 7. Implementing Resilience EARTHQUAKE
  8. 8. Implementing Resilience RESILIENT TO WHAT?UNDERWATER LANDSLIDES
  9. 9. Implementing Resilience SEICHE
  10. 10. Implementing Resilience (© All Rights Reserved by Simone Luciani July 7, 2008) FLOOD
  11. 11. Implementing Resilience • They outlive the nations that claim them FORTUNATELY, CITIES ARE NATURALLY RESILIENT
  12. 12. Implementing Resilience Blue Funnies‘ on Flickr 1,227 years
  13. 13. Implementing Resilience 2,676 years
  14. 14. Implementing Resilience Dalbera from Flickr 5,000 years
  15. 15. Implementing Resilience 4,000+ years
  16. 16. Implementing Resilience RESILIENCE IS BOTH GROWTH AND DISTURBANCE
  17. 17. Implementing Resilience RESILIENCE
  18. 18. Implementing Resilience RESILIENCE
  19. 19. Implementing Resilience THE MEASURE OF RESILIENCE? How quickly a system recovers • Sometimes systems never recover and shift into a new “steady state”
  20. 20. Implementing Resilience Can we design systems that never break? Or can we design systems that can quickly be repaired when they inevitably DO break? Or can we design systems that are flexible and adaptable to a changing world?
  21. 21. Implementing Resilience We have three choices 1. Build systems for engineered resilience that break when conditions exceed design parameters 2. Build systems that have higher design standards (and can still break when conditions exceed design parameters) 3. Build systems that have adaptive capacity to all kinds of change and that have multiple ways to provide and quickly return functionality.
  22. 22. Implementing Resilience DARPA chose adaptive capacity
  23. 23. Implementing Resilience Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience From “The biological basis of resilient cities” - The Ecologist, Jan 25, 2014 Drawing by Nikos Salingaros Designed to be “marvelously stable within their design parameters” Designed to bounce back quickly from all kinds of change
  24. 24. Implementing Resilience Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience From “The biological basis of resilient cities” - The Ecologist, Jan 25, 2014 Drawing by Nikos Salingaros
  25. 25. Implementing Resilience Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience From “The biological basis of resilient cities” - The Ecologist, Jan 25, 2014 Drawing by Nikos Salingaros
  26. 26. Implementing Resilience Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience From “The biological basis of resilient cities” - The Ecologist, Jan 25, 2014 Drawing by Nikos Salingaros
  27. 27. Implementing Resilience Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience From “The biological basis of resilient cities” - The Ecologist, Jan 25, 2014 Drawing by Nikos Salingaros
  28. 28. Implementing Resilience Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience From “The biological basis of resilient cities” - The Ecologist, Jan 25, 2014 Drawing by Nikos Salingaros
  29. 29. Implementing Resilience Engineered resilience vs. ecological resilience From “The biological basis of resilient cities” - The Ecologist, Jan 25, 2014 Drawing by Nikos Salingaros
  30. 30. Implementing Resilience Interconnected, overlapping and adaptable patterns From “The biological basis of resilient cities” - The Ecologist, Jan 25, 2014 Drawing by Nikos Salingaros Diversity of scale, actors, and processes
  31. 31. • Nested semi-autonomous – Buildings – Neighborhoods – Cities RESILIENT CITIES
  32. 32. Implementing Resilience SEMI-AUTONOMOUS BUILDINGS • Use renewable resources – Sun – Rain – Soils – Food – Shade – Vegetation – Wind • Close loops – Air to air heat exchangers – Geo-exchange heat/cool • Smart systems – Real time monitoring – Feedback loops Zhomes, Issaquah photo by Moddemeyer
  33. 33. Implementing Resilience SEMI-AUTONOMOUS NEIGHBORHOODS • Link together green semi-autonomous buildings • Increase livability and resilience while reducing demand for outside services • Design for recovery from change such as economic shifts, technological change and natural disasters • Close loops and use onsite renewable resources – Sun – Rain – Soils – Shade – Vegetation – Food • Install smart systems – Real time monitoring – Feedback loops • Design places that people love and will care for over time
  34. 34. Implementing Resilience OUTLINE 1. Cities of the Future must adapt 2. Uncertainty is high 3. Shift to incremental investments with a portfolio of options 4. Plan for resilience - both growth and disturbance 5. Learn from good examples and create more 6. Discussion
  35. 35. Implementing Resilience 1. CITIES OF THE FUTURE • The world has changed – Economic “reset” – Urbanization and growth – Climate change – Energy costs – Infrastructure costs • Need to – Stop building brittle infrastructure – Start building adaptable and resilient infrastructure at multiple scales – Leverage current spending to create more value – Be strategic with our long range planning for land use, development and capital spending for infrastructure.
  36. 36. Implementing Resilience • Reliability is the standard that we use to design roads, bridges, water supply systems, wastewater systems, stormwater systems • Reliability is based on the historic weather record • Climate scientists tell us that the uncertainty of future weather is greater than ever before DOES CLIMATE CHANGE = END OF RELIABILITY?
  37. 37. Implementing Resilience We are In a Time of Extreme Uncertainty All of our urban systems are designed using a model of stability. Every road, bridge, shoreline, water supply, wastewater, stormwater, energy, land use and building code
  38. 38. Implementing Resilience 2009: “STATIONARITY IS DEAD” Thanks to climate change we can no longer safely use the historical record and risk-based probabilities for calculating the reliability of our legacy urban infrastructure systems. - Milly, et al, 2009
  39. 39. Implementing Resilience Today’s 100- year drought Today’s 100- year flood Drier Wetter Common Average Annual Rainfall RareRare
  40. 40. Implementing Resilience Today’s 100- year drought Today’s 100- year flood Drier Wetter We built infrastructure for 98 out of 100 years RareRare
  41. 41. Implementing Resilience Today’s 100- year drought Today’s 100- year flood Drier Wetter What if it gets wetter? RareRare Tomorrow’s new 100- year flood?
  42. 42. Implementing Resilience Today’s 100- year drought Today’s 100- year flood Drier Wetter What if it gets drier? RareRare Tomorrow’s new 100- year drought?
  43. 43. Implementing Resilience Drier Wetter What if we get both? RareRare Range of possible 100-year droughts? Range of possible 100-year floods?
  44. 44. Implementing Resilience Drier Wetter We have to be adaptable and flexible RareRare Range of possible 100-year droughts? Range of possible 100-year floods?
  45. 45. Implementing Resilience Likelihoodofevents Today’s 100- year drought Today’s 100- year flood Drier Wetter Common RareRare The old probabilities don’t work anymore! Its all about variability now
  46. 46. Implementing Resilience Uncertainty • Without equilibrium there is no way to measure probabilities • Without probabilities there is no measure of risk (risk = probability X consequences) • Without probabilities there is no measure of reliability
  47. 47. Implementing Resilience 2. UNCERTAINTY • Uncertainty is higher than we admit or recognize
  48. 48. Implementing Resilience 3. INCREMENTAL INVESTMENTS • When the range of possible futures is broad, make incremental investments that create flexibility and adaptability 90 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Plausible worst case scenario
  49. 49. Implementing Resilience • Diversity • Modularity • Connectivity • Storage • Feedback • Story • Trust • Self-Organizing CHARACTERISTICS OF RESILIENT SYSTEMS Image: USGS
  50. 50. Implementing Resilience EXAMPLES: COMMONALITIES - Use resilience as a framework to achieve real sustainability - Join land use planning with infrastructure planning - Emphasize multi-scale solutions/strategies - Blend smart buildings with smart semi-autonomous districts into resilient eco-cites - Design for multi-modal, multi-scale adaptability that add to resilience during extreme events - Encourage technologies that create with multiple benefits instead of sector-only benefits
  51. 51. Implementing Resilience EXAMPLE: BOULDER CDBG-DR COLLABORATIVE, COLORADO USA
  52. 52. Implementing Resilience EXAMPLE: BOULDER CDBG-DR COLLABORATIVE, COLORADO USA Boulder County, cities, and towns PROBLEM: Nearly $300 million in infrastructure recovery funds from the federal government Feds require resilient performance standard SOLUTION: Develop a locally tailored resilient design performance standard
  53. 53. Implementing Resilience Resilient Design Performance Standard • Sets performance goals: time-to-recovery • Identifies priority infrastructure and buildings • Identifies dependencies between buildings and infrastructure • Uses a checklist and minimum score as the standard • Creates integrated, sustainable and resilient projects • Uses business case to document results
  54. 54. Implementing Resilience EXAMPLE: OSAGE NATION Governmental campus for the Osage Nation PROBLEM: Create an advanced sustainable campus for the Nation’s next 100 years SOLUTION: Develop a campus plan and buildings that float like a cloud on the horizon and sip energy like a bird.
  55. 55. Implementing Resilience
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  59. 59. Implementing Resilience Rainwater Har T Geo-exchange water to water heat pumps Radiant heat 100-YEAR BUILDING
  60. 60. Implementing Resilience EXAMPLE: SUSTAINABLE LIVING INNOVATIONS
  61. 61. Implementing Resilience Winner “People’s Choice Award” for urban design – Seattle Design Commission www.sustainablelivinginnovations.com
  62. 62. Implementing Resilience SUSTAINABLE LIVING INNOVATIONS Sustainable Living Innovations (SLI) • Half the time, half the water, less than half the energy • Virtually zero waste • Bathed in natural light www.sustainablelivinginnovations.com
  63. 63. Implementing Resilience • Built in flat pieces in a warehouse in Seattle • Shipped in containers/trucks to be assembled on site in half the time
  64. 64. Implementing Resilience EXAMPLE: SUSTAINABLE LIVING INNOVATIONS • Solar hot water for showers and heating • Natural ventilation • 0.4 watts/sf energy use • Monthly electric bill: $7/unit www.sustainablelivinginnovations.com
  65. 65. Implementing Resilience
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  70. 70. Implementing Resilience SLI
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  73. 73. Implementing Resilience YESLER TERRACE
  74. 74. Implementing Resilience EXAMPLE: YESLER TERRACE Seattle Housing Authority 38 acres 5,000 apartments 1 million sq ft of office PROBLEM: Nearly $100 million in infrastructure costs Lots of pressure to be a greenest of green SOLUTION: Look at alternatives that meet or beat levels of service for the same or less cost
  75. 75. Implementing Resilience Vibrant metabolic landscapes - Seattle COLLINSWOERMAN SEATTLE, USA Seattle, USA Yesler Terrace
  76. 76. Implementing Resilience • Evaluated district scale opportunities • Meet or beat levels of service of business-as-usual … at the same or lower costs • Measured benefit/cost and triple bottom line • Emphasized designs that promote sustainability and resilience. YESLER TERRACE SUSTAINABLE DISTRICT STUDY
  77. 77. Implementing Resilience COLLINSWOERMAN SEATTLE, USA METABOLIC LANDSCAPE FLOWS
  78. 78. Implementing Resilience RESULTS: WATER • 45% reduction in potable water use • 70% reduction in wastewater flows • $300,000 per year lower than SPU rates • Private capital available to build infrastructure
  79. 79. Implementing Resilience
  80. 80. Implementing Resilience Geo-Exchange/Solar Hot Water System preferred: • Over 90% of energy for heating and cooling from onsite renewable energy • 25% reduction in energy from the grid • 40% reduction in peak demand • 4,200 metric tons reduction of CO2e/year. • Smallest land use requirement • Least expensive • Scalable over time RESULTS: ENERGY
  81. 81. Implementing Resilience AMBIENT TEMPERATURE THERMAL LOOP • Buildings balance uses between them • Thermal loop system temp maintained by onsite energy • Same or lower cost • Decouple from energy price rises by using: – Solar hot water – Sewer heat recovery – Geo-exchange
  82. 82. Implementing Resilience Chonggyechon Seoul, Korea
  83. 83. Implementing Resilience Chonggyechon Seoul, Korea
  84. 84. Implementing Resilience Chonggyechon Seoul, Korea
  85. 85. Implementing Resilience Chonggyechon Seoul, Korea
  86. 86. Implementing Resilience
  87. 87. Implementing Resilience Hammerby Sjostad
  88. 88. Implementing Resilience
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  91. 91. Implementing Resilience Graphic: SWECO
  92. 92. Implementing Resilience
  93. 93. Implementing Resilience Star City, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, Korea
  94. 94. Implementing Resilience Star City, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, Korea Graphic: Mooyoung Han, Seoul National University
  95. 95. Implementing Resilience Star City, Energy Savings Graphic: Mooyoung Han, Seoul National University
  96. 96. Implementing Resilience Star City, Centralized Management of Rainwater Tanks Graphic: Mooyoung Han, Seoul National University
  97. 97. Implementing Resilience Paragon res earch an d d es ign center, McL aren , L on d on
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  102. 102. Implementing Resilience QUIGDAO: SEMIZENTRAL
  103. 103. Implementing Resilience QUIGDAO: SEMIZENTRAL • District scale wastewater treatment and reuse • Gray water is used for toilets • Black water is treated and reused • Remaining solids are augmented with organic household waste • Methane gasses are created for energy production
  104. 104. Implementing Resilience • 30%-40% reduction in water use • Supplies energy for treatment from biogas • Reduces transport costs • Reliable water 24 hours a day/7 days a week
  105. 105. Implementing Resilience Qingdao, China (eco-blocks)
  106. 106. Implementing Resilience Qingdao, China (eco-blocks)
  107. 107. Implementing Resilience STOCKHOLM RESILIENCE CENTRE image: Q-book Albano 4
  108. 108. Implementing Resilience
  109. 109. Implementing ResiliencePhoto: Q-book Albano 4 STOCKHOLM RESILIENCE CENTRE
  110. 110. Implementing ResilienceImage: Q-book Albano 4
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  112. 112. ATILIER DREISEITL, GERMANY Singapore Watersheds
  113. 113. ATILIER DREISEITL, GERMANY ATELIER DREISEITL Singapore watersheds
  114. 114. Bishan ParkATELIER DREISEITL
  115. 115. This means: Overlapping of Territories River – Park Overlapping of Responsibilities PUB - NP Overlapping of Maintenance and Service PUB - NP Thinking in Sectors Integrated Thinking ATELIER DREISEITL
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  117. 117. ATELIER DREISEITL
  118. 118. Bishan Park 2009Bishan Park 2011Bishan Park 2021Bishan Park 2031At Re-inception10 Years Later20 Years Later Today ATELIER DREISEITL
  119. 119. Implementing Resilience EXAMPLES: COMMONALITIES - Use resilience as a framework to achieve real sustainability - Join land use planning with infrastructure planning - Emphasize multi-scale solutions/strategies - Blend smart buildings with smart semi-autonomous districts into resilient eco-cites - Design for multi-modal, multi-scale adaptability that add to resilience during extreme events - Encourage technologies that create with multiple benefits instead of sector-only benefits
  120. 120. DISCUSSION S T E V E M O D D E M E Y E R | C O L L I N S W O E R M A N s m o d d e m e y e r @ c o l l i n s w o e r m a n . c o m 2 0 6 . 2 4 5 . 2 0 3 4

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