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High School of the Future- A Sustainable World

Prezi for School of the Future, High School Initiative presentation in Chicago, IL. June 7-8 2013
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Transcript of High School of the Future- A Sustainable World

A Sustainable World
Ariel Hasse, Courtney Monroe, & Zac Neubauer
Teachers
Getin’ DIRTTy with DIRTT
Foundation & Walls
Allows 30 kwh primary energy use per square meter per year

7 times less than average school
Passive House Standard
Breathe Walls
DIRTT WALLS
Rigid fungal insulation
Cellulose batt insulation
Exterior
Design

Manufacturing is done on demand
Technology
DIRTT expands possibilities
Interior Modular Construction
IF Resources use is Sustainable =
=
Resources Used
World Population
X
Resources
Person
TBC Simplified:
TBC Materials
Life Cycle Cost Analysis
$10.5 million to $12 million
0% to 14%
1,000 KW Renewable Energy System
$290,000 to $726,000
120 kwh/square meter/year
LCCA
HEAT EXCHANGE
THERMAL MASS
HEAT RECOVERY VENTILATOR
HVAC System
Legacy High School
IF: Evaluation Score is > or = 1, then The Ten Billion Certification is issued!
Extrapolated Resource Use<1 & 2> / Sustainable Resource Limits = Evaluation Score
Resource Rates (Extrapolated World Peak Population) = Extrapolated Resource Use
Land Used/ Local Population = Land Use Rate & Material Use/Local Population =Material Use Rate
Peak Rate (Current World Population) = Extrapolated World Peak Population
(Local Population Peak -- Current Local Population ) / Current Local Population= Peak Rate
Local Population Peak
Population Functions ( ) =
Local Population Growth
Ten Billion Certification
Supporters
Eliminates waste & product wait time
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