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Priority Topics
These are the priority topics that are related to BUILDING DESIGN, according to SolveCasters.
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2 Average Priority MY WORLD 10 months ago
2 Average Priority SUSTAINABILITY 10 months ago
7 High Priority HEALTH 10 months ago
7 High Priority CANCER 10 months ago
7 High Priority ENERGY EFFICIENCY 10 months ago
7 High Priority EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS 10 months ago
7 High Priority RESILIENCE 10 months ago
2 Average Priority ENERGY 4 months ago
2 Average Priority AIR 2 months ago
2 Average Priority HVAC 4 months ago
2 Average Priority GREEN BUILDING 2 months ago
2 Average Priority ARCHITECT 2 months ago
2 Average Priority CARBON 2 months ago
2 Average Priority ARCHITECTURE 4 months ago
2 Average Priority CLIMATE CHANGE 4 months ago
2 Average Priority GLOBAL WARMING 2 months ago
2 Average Priority HEALTH CARE 2 months ago
2 Average Priority EFFICIENT ENERGY USE 2 months ago
2 Average Priority PANDEMIC 4 months ago
2 Average Priority HOLISM 4 months ago
2 Average Priority CONCRETE 2 months ago
2 Average Priority RESILIENCE 2 months ago
2 Average Priority COLONY 2 months ago
2 Average Priority ROI 2 months ago
2 Average Priority HYBRID 2 months ago
2 Average Priority BRAIN 2 months ago
2 Average Priority VIRUS 2 months ago
2 Average Priority LENS (OPTICS) 2 months ago
2 Average Priority ECOLOGICAL RESILIENCE 2 months ago
2 Average Priority BEAR 2 months ago
2 Average Priority AIR CONDITIONING 2 months ago
2 Average Priority CAREER 2 months ago
2 Average Priority METRIC 2 months ago
2 Average Priority PLANET 2 months ago
2 Average Priority TEMPERATURE 2 months ago
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SolveCasters (ME) Curated by SolveCast podcasters and editors.
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Cynthia Fishman Director and Founder of the Biomimicry Design Alliance
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Alan Scott Sustainability Connector and Architect at Intertek
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I think before the pandemic, a lot of people we would bring this topic to and suggest let's do, let's, have a resiliency conversation about potential shocks and stressors that might impact your business and your building and how we might plan for it in our building design. But also, how are you as an organization also planning for it. Strengthening relationships with your greater community partners, et cetera. Before COVID those conversations sometimes we'd have clients say, yeah, absolutely. That sounds great. Let's talk about it. Some would say, Oh, we actually have a resiliency expert or a hazard mitigation planning department, but we never talk really to the building department.... Whereas I think now we've seen with COVID that the stronger we can make all connections within our organizations, the stronger or the more able we're going to be to withstand these types of stressors or shocks COVID so I think we'll continue to see more and more interest in conversations around resilience because COVID has made us all realize just how important that is.
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And we're thinking about this library as a potential community hub in case of an emergency. So it becomes a resiliency hub. What does that look like if we're prioritizing the health of those people in a disaster situation, when they come to this space that may or may not have power, these are types of the the complex conversations that we're having. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail...

  • From SolveCasters posted by SolveCast
  • 10 months ago
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  • Starts 147 seconds

Sustainable Design + Resilience Planning with Ariane Laxo

Human health being one, we have all, I think many of us either experienced ourselves or know someone who has experienced not feeling well in a space for various reasons, whether it's there's mold or there's poor air circulation, or it's too hot or too cold, even that. Is a simple example of feeling either better or worse because of your built environment.

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