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AASHE Kellogg

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Charley Stevenson

on 16 October 2012

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Transcript of AASHE Kellogg

Williams
Environmental
Center Living Building Challenge at Williams Understanding Sustainability Energy
Water
Food
Materials
Culture Building Impacts behavioral research
permaculture activities
energy systems
water systems Learning Opportunities Process Purpose The building committee proposes:

To regenerate the historic Kellogg House as a home for the Center for Environmental Studies and the Zilkha Center for Environmental Initiatives
inspired by functionality, scientific principles and artistic vision, and the excitement of discovery

In a way that:
supports academic and operational missions
promotes learning about a holistic approach to building and process
attracts interest
strengthens the community

So that:
students, faculty, staff and our neighbors are inspired to engage in local and environmental issues to help bring positive change. Brundtland Commission of the United Nations, 1987: “Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” Grading Sustainability Project Context Center of campus site, rural New England History - Kellogg, CES, Zilkha Center classes
independent projects
extracurricular/club activities
college community and facilities learning Conclusions 8 – Categories,
8 – Pre-requisites, 56 credits 7 – Petals,
19 – Imperatives Positive environmental impact “not as bad” World class Top 5% of building Comprehensive Measures Selective Measures Prescriptive Performance Based Living Building Challenge LEED Platinum 8 Categories
8 Prerequisites, 56 credits 7 Petals,
20 Imperatives Positive environmental impact “not as bad” World class Top 5% of building Comprehensive Measures Selective Measures Prescriptive Performance Based Living Building Challenge LEED Platinum Topics Modes http://sustainability.williams.edu/category/student-project Net zero energy implications enthusiasm expansion
of
engagement Campus Context Committee Process Less Program Complexity Less Sustainable Kellogg?? Paresky Center Hollander and Schapiro
LEED Gold More Sustainable Greater Program Complexity Independent from curriculum Less innovative Kellogg?? Paresky Center Hollander and Schapiro
LEED Gold More innovative
Integrated in curriculum Building Guidelines – May 2011

No net increase in emissions – new building projects and major renovations
Establish energy goals for new buildings
Monitor energy use during construction and throughout life of building
LEED Gold or equivalent – minimum standard Broad Perspective connections between this project and campus culture
excitement
opportunities for learning
change that extends beyond this project
major shifts in thinking cost Time Future
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