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Sustainable Architecture Timeline

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Brook Muller

on 11 February 2014

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Transcript of Sustainable Architecture Timeline

1960 World population 3 billion
1962 Rachel Carson: Silent Spring
1960
1972 Club of Rome: Limits to Growth
1980
1972 Bottle bill passes in Oregon
1973 E.F. Schumacher: Small is Beautiful
1986 Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster
1970
1990
1987 UN Brundtland Report: Our Common Future
2000
1987 Exxon Valdez Oil Spill
1992 Earth Summit, Rio de Janiero
1999 World population 6 billion
2006 Al Gore: An Inconvenient Truth
2010
2011 Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown
2012 Deepwater Horizon Oil Disaster
Bateson Building, Sacramento, CA USA
(Sim Van der Ryn) 1979
Menara Mesiniaga Tower, Subang Jaya, Malaysia (Ken Yeang) 1992
Commerzbank, Frankfurt, Germany
(Sir Norman Foster) 1997
Beddington Zero Energy Development (BedZED), London, UK
(Bill Dunster Architects) 1999
Adam Joseph Lewis Center for Env. Studies, Oberlin, OH
(McDonough & Partners) 2001
Council House 2 (CH2), Melbourne, Australia (Mick Pearce) 2006
California Academy of Sciences
San Francisco, CA USA
(Renzo Piano Bldg Workshop) 2008
1982 China's population 1 billion
1994 China's Agenda 21
Buildings
Events
1968 Biosphere UNESCO International Conference


Institute for Forestry and Nature Research in the Netherlands
(Behnsich Architects) 1998
Genzyme Center, Cambridge, Mass (Behnsich Architects) 2004



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