Objectifs d'apprentissage

1. Understand the environmental impact of building materials through the use of life-cycle assessment (LCA) and Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs)
2. Calculate carbon emissions of a building assembly through its entire life cycle, using various assessment tools.
3. Identify what to look for in a manufacturer’s production process and be able to request the right supporting documentation for their sustainability claims.
4. Evaluate the benefit of reusing existing buildings and materials from a carbon footprint perspective.

Comments

It was a good presentation. There were some technical difficulties though.

Seema

Great info

Cynthy

Very well informed with his 20 years of experience.

Charles

Tough questions

BEN

Very informative

Andy

well-paced and not too nerdy, just enough nerdy.

melissa

A lot of information delivered quickly. As an overview of the many issues and codes out there it worked.

Ann

Good content. Wish the slides weren't blurry (eg. charts).

Jane

very informative session

Frederick

No comment

Dale

Good course on a complex subject.

Jack

good format

Beth

Very relevant for design today. Thank you.

Galen

Codes & Standards on the Path to Zero Net Energy

$25

The changing landscape of codes and standards for "Net Zero Energy" goals have been shifting both at the international scale and down to our own backyards with local government agencies taking the lead on carbon free buildings.  This session will give you a primer on the latest developments in building energy efficiency standards and the variations of local "reach" code efforts that are impacting the design space.  We'll cover the major changes in Title-24 Part 6 for California, IECC, and touch on ASHRAE 90.1 for commercial buildings.  

Crédits: 1 AIA HSW + 1 GBCI (USGBC/CAGBC) + 1 AIBD Primary + 1 Net Zero (ZNCD) + 1 Sustainable Design + 1 AIBC Core LU + 1 AAA Structured LU + 1 OAA, OAQ, SAA, MAA, AAPEI, NWTAA

Durée: 1 hour


Vous devez être connectez pour prendre ce cours. Veuillez vous connecter ou créer un compte.

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Codes & Standards on the Path to Zero Net Energy

$25

The changing landscape of codes and standards for "Net Zero Energy" goals have been shifting both at the international scale and down to our own backyards with local government agencies taking the lead on carbon free buildings.  This session will give you a primer on the latest developments in building energy efficiency standards and the variations of local "reach" code efforts that are impacting the design space.  We'll cover the major changes in Title-24 Part 6 for California, IECC, and touch on ASHRAE 90.1 for commercial buildings.  

Crédits: 1 AIA HSW + 1 GBCI (USGBC/CAGBC) + 1 AIBD Primary + 1 Net Zero (ZNCD) + 1 Sustainable Design + 1 AIBC Core LU + 1 AAA Structured LU + 1 OAA, OAQ, SAA, MAA, AAPEI, NWTAA

Durée: 1 hour


Vous devez être connectez pour prendre ce cours. Veuillez vous connecter ou créer un compte.

Commandité par

Objectifs d'apprentissage

1. Understand the environmental impact of building materials through the use of life-cycle assessment (LCA) and Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs)
2. Calculate carbon emissions of a building assembly through its entire life cycle, using various assessment tools.
3. Identify what to look for in a manufacturer’s production process and be able to request the right supporting documentation for their sustainability claims.
4. Evaluate the benefit of reusing existing buildings and materials from a carbon footprint perspective.

Comments

It was a good presentation. There were some technical difficulties though.

Seema

Great info

Cynthy

Very well informed with his 20 years of experience.

Charles

Tough questions

BEN

Very informative

Andy

well-paced and not too nerdy, just enough nerdy.

melissa

A lot of information delivered quickly. As an overview of the many issues and codes out there it worked.

Ann

Good content. Wish the slides weren't blurry (eg. charts).

Jane

very informative session

Frederick

No comment

Dale

Good course on a complex subject.

Jack

good format

Beth

Very relevant for design today. Thank you.

Galen