Presentation on theme: "Working Group 1 Report Integrating Green Buildings*, Programs* and Disaster Resilient Design* *Expand! Disasters Roundtable Workshop #30 Disaster Resilient."— Presentation transcript:
Working Group 1 Report Integrating Green Buildings*, Programs* and Disaster Resilient Design* *Expand! Disasters Roundtable Workshop #30 Disaster Resilient Design Workshop National Academies’ Disasters Roundtable National Academy of Environmental Design October 26, 2010 Washington, DC
Main Messages More information, action, and implementation by target audience Resource availability suited to audiences Expand boundaries beyond what is normalized as “Green” Standards that are code-plus, performance based design Value-proposition of DRD/Green design
Target Audience Decision-makers – Government, Financial Institutions, Real Estate, Officials Do-ers – Design Professionals, Planners, Construction, Engineers, Facility Managers, Operations & Maintenance Inhabitants – Us Ecosystems – Us Plus
Application Information sharing as a foundational activity Testable and verifiable information Action – Case Studies; USGBC and EERI- LEED process Influencing Policy Creating space for dissent Code plus adoption BIM, GIS, Geodesign as tools New research agenda; cross-disciplinary data collection
Communication Consortium to share costs on data collection Connecting audiences to the right information at the right time and delivered in the right way to the right people Leading by example Education and training DRD/Green design as “cool”
Closing Statement Make room for dissent Collaboration Redirect primacy of technology to natural order All about ACTION: we don’t need more information we need action.
THANK YOU..onward and upward Disaster Resilient Design