This project evaluated urban precinct assessment tools to identify the level of collaboration, standardisation of information, data and processes required to develop a 21st century design tool. The aim of such a tool is to evaluate the carbon imprint and sustainability of current and future built environments, and to provide a common environmental rating system for urban precincts. A standardised system will improve the current fragmented approach to precinct assessment.
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RP2001: Scoping Study - Precinct Design & Assess Tools
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Evidence continues to mount concerning the contribution that carbon emissions from human activity are making to climate change, the costs that this will impose on future generations if unabated and the challenging GHG mitigation targets and strategies required to minimize temperature increase...
Research Snapshot A3 size poster from Participants Annual Forum 2014
Report by: Peter Newton, David Marchant, John Mitchell, Jim Plume, Seongwon Seo & Rob Roggema, August 2013