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Climate Change – Fact or Fiction? Is it of Real Concern to our Industry? BUILDING GREEN By Matthew Greene 30 April 2010
BUILDING GREEN 1.0 Why build ‘green’? 2.0 What is a ‘green’ building? 3.0 How to build ‘green’
1.0 Why build ‘green’? DRIVERS FOR CHANGE - Social Responsibility - Trendy (Corporate reputation) - Employer of Choice - Mitigate Risk - Legal compliance - Save the Environment - Save money
2.0 What is a ‘green’ building? - Green Rating systems
2.0 What is a ‘green’ building? - Green Rating systems - Exceeds industry benchmarks?
2.0 What is a ‘green’ building? - Green Rating systems - Exceeds industry benchmarks? - Exceeds your own benchmarks?
2.0 What is a ‘green’ building? - Green Rating systems - Exceeds industry benchmarks? - Exceeds your own benchmarks? - Uses Passive design techniques + available technology
3.0 How to build ‘green’ PASSIVE DESIGN - Orientation
3.0 How to build ‘green’ PASSIVE DESIGN - Local climate TOPOGRAPHYOVERSHADWING NATURAL FEATURES
3.0 How to build ‘green’ PASSIVE DESIGN - Thermal mass INSULATION & HEAT FLOW SHADING SLOW RELEASE OF HEAT
3.0 How to build ‘green’ PASSIVE DESIGN - Natural ventilation - Natural light
3.0 How to build ‘green’ TECHNOLOGY - Building automation & controls - Materials - Renewable energy - Sub-metering
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