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Overall evaluation including Net Zero aspects: Formal rating systems used for evaluating design and energy performance of the buildings, include using Energy Target Finder to establish minimum technical performance and then exceeding it by cross-checking simple hand calculations and using computer simulations such as ECOTECT™, Energy 10, HEED, eQuest, and Energy Plus. These six principles contribute to an attitude that respects nature as a teacher and views design decisions within a larger environmental, technical, economic, and social context.

Writing in Harvard Design Magazine in 2003 [1], Susannah Hagan points out that there are intellectual, practical, technical, economic, and pedagogical reasons for schools and architectural practices to adopt sustainable design principles. The following paragraphs have incorporated some of her thoughts. Architects are beginning to intellectually appreciate nature and to apply its processes. For example, a tree’s blooms appear to be alike, yet every flower is different. We can learn from nature’s capacity to repeat itself without appearing identical.

Energy Future Beyond Carbon, Scientific American (9/2006). R. McNeill, Something New Under the Sun (New York: Norton, 2000). Rocky Mountain Institute, Green developments (Westminster, CO: Rocky Mountain Institute, 2001). James Womack and Daniel Jones, Lean Thinking (New York: Simon & Schuster, Inc, 1996). US Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration (EIA) (May–July 2008). com/timestopics/kyoto_protocol Exercises 1 Find articles for and against global warming. Which arguments do you believe and why?

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