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Firman Irmansyah 25209024 Dosen: Wiwik D. Pratiwi, Ir, MES, Pd.D


BACKGROUND

Mt. Kilimanjaro

Mt. Hood, Oregon

1970

2005

2002

1984

Muir and Riggs Glaciers

Katrina (Aug 28 ’05)

Rita (Sep 21 ’05)

Wilma (Oct 19 ’05)


THE ORIGINS OF THE REVOLUTION 

“ Each Generation is responsible to making decisions  that  ensure  survival of the seventh generation”  i l f th th ti ” 1980s

L t 1980 Late 1980s

Montreal Protocol,  limited the use of  Chlorinated   hl d Flourocarbons‐ For  Industry

Group of architect  and AIA formed  committee of the committee of the  environment  and  began steering  profession toward  sustainable design

early 1990s l 1990

USGBC USGBC growth th

U.N. conference  Environment and Environment and  Development (EARTH  SUMMIT) ‐ Brazil 

late 1990s Kyoto Protocol , on Climate Change that represented the first attempt to regulate greenhouse gas  emissions on a global scale. More than 170  countries, which together produce more than 55  h h h d h percent of global greenhouse gas emissions

2000 the USGBC unveiled the  Leadership in Energy and  Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building  ( ) ld Rating System for public use. 


GREEN BUILDING & LEED

A green building is a high‐performance property that considers and reduces its  impact on the environment and human health. A green building is designed to  use less energy and water and to reduce the life‐cycle environmental impacts of  the materials used

LEED FOR NEW  CONSTRUCTION LEED FOR CORE AND  SHELL BUILDING LEED FOR  LEED FOR COMMERCIAL  INTERIOR LEED FOR EXISTING  BUILDING


SAVING ENERGY = SAVING MONEY AFTER LEED SERTIFICATION AFTER  LEED SERTIFICATION


BENAFITS FOR PEOPLE AND GOOD FOR BUSSINESS Reduce operating cost Reduce Maintenance Cost Increase Building Value Tax Benefits Health Benefits Environmental Stewardship Environmental Stewardship PR and Marketing Benefits M More competitive product titi d t Recruitment and Retention Benefits


GREEN BUILDING AND COST

Green building Design

C   o  s  t 

Traditional Design


GREEN BUILDING NOT ALWAYS COST MORE


THE LARGER PICTURE

Canada China India Australia Spain p Singapore Etc. Etc Indonesia GBCI 


ARCHITECTURE, CULTURE AND DEVELOPMENT Re Plant Re cycle Water Re cycle Waste Recycle material Used Natural Used Natural  Energy EEnviron i ment

Reduce Reuse Recycle

Green Building &  Culture  Revolution Jobs Health More Food productivity

Building ( (commercial B,  Masterplan,  Housing, Mixed  Use‐D, Etc) Transportation

Alternative Energy Public Transportation Bike Walk, etc

Business

TTax Benefits B fi Long term business Market Size More people to work,  p p , etc

Government

people

Material Orientation Water Efficiency Ai h dli Air handling Innovation, etc

Education

Policy Incentives More saving Efficiency, etc Must Have Must Have A Mandate for Action A Standard and  Code,etc


“ l “ culture is a respons i f from the issues” h i ” ‐firman Irmansyah‐

Green Building and Culture  

this my presentation review the Green Building Revolution and Connected to Culture