• How is Sustainability Measured ?
• What Does Sustainability Mean ?
• What the Current Problems ?
• Where are These Probl...
2 – Energy Gurus
• Net carbon
• Total carbon
• Zero energy
• Passive energy
• Net-zero energy
• Alternative Energy
1 – Gre...
4 – Holistic Engineers
• Longevity
• Better Durability
• Disaster-resistance
• Using less to do more
• Best cost/performan...
• There is no impact free material
• There is no impact free building
• There is no impact free consumption
• Rich nations...
• Rich & Poor See Different Environmental Culprits
• Identify Their Problems to find Their Solutions
• Rich Nations
– Have...
Where is material usage
greatly increasing ?
Where will be the
greatest consumption ?
Is the Population
Explosion the resu...
• 7 Billion current world population
• 2 Billion without housing, food, & water (29%)
• 75 Million annual population growt...
• IF everyone on the planet consumed like
– Americans, it would take 9.3 planets to sustain them;
– British, it would take...
• Newer - Approaches & Methods
• Better - Materials & Utilization
• Faster - Systems & Production
• Lower - Energy Waste
•...
• Re-thinking
• Better Analysis
• Supply Relationships
• Overcoming Traditions
• Concerns for the Planet
• Re-education an...
• Deforestation
– Trees
(Lumber)
• Strip Mines
– Coal
(Steel)
• Pit Mines
– Minerals
(Concrete)
• Find Alternatives Energies
– For: Wood, Oil, Steel,
– Concrete, Coal, Gas
• 20 Million New Homes/Year
– Build stronger
– Inventory to build
• Three 2,000 sq ft (193 sq m) homes
• Replace lumber wi...
• More Accurate Methods
– Assemble on Jigs
– Under Supervision
• Least Cost Production Line
– 2 sides for assembly
– Worke...
• Faster Assembly
• Least Expensive
• Stronger - Safer
• Longer-lasting
• Simpler
• Quicker
• Perfect
• Unsurpassed Accuracy
• Affordable Anywhere
• www.CBS-Homes.com
– info@CBS-homes.com
By Re-thinking – Materials, Methods, Systems, Resiliency, & Cost-Performance
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Population sustainability

Can population growth be sustained ?
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: News & Politics      Technology      
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Transcripts - Population sustainability

  • 1. • How is Sustainability Measured ? • What Does Sustainability Mean ? • What the Current Problems ? • Where are These Problems ? • How to Solve Them ! • Global Effects ! • Rich & Poor Nation Differences !
  • 2. 2 – Energy Gurus • Net carbon • Total carbon • Zero energy • Passive energy • Net-zero energy • Alternative Energy 1 – Green Groups • Comfort • Living roofs • Living walls • Indoor air quality • Oxygen depletion • CO & CO2 Conversion
  • 3. 4 – Holistic Engineers • Longevity • Better Durability • Disaster-resistance • Using less to do more • Best cost/performance • Lowest embodied energy • Smart-change optimizing new materials-methods-systems • Offset constant increases in material usage 3 - Environmentalists • Recyclable • Less waste • Easily reused • Easy to regenerate • Low carbon footprint • Resource Conservation • Low impact on resources • Conservation for use by future generations
  • 4. • There is no impact free material • There is no impact free building • There is no impact free consumption • Rich nations must do more with less • Poor nations must consume wisely • The Largest populations have the greatest impact
  • 5. • Rich & Poor See Different Environmental Culprits • Identify Their Problems to find Their Solutions • Rich Nations – Have excessive consumption – Need less consumption - Difficult • Poor Nations – Have unwise consumption – Need efficient consumption - Easier
  • 6. Where is material usage greatly increasing ? Where will be the greatest consumption ? Is the Population Explosion the result of Higher birth rates, or Lower death rates ?
  • 7. • 7 Billion current world population • 2 Billion without housing, food, & water (29%) • 75 Million annual population growth (20 M Homes) • Insufficient food production by 2050 • There will never be impact-free consumption • Housing – A major offender, is overusing natural resources, can’t keep pace, and lacks enough trained workers – What can we do about this ?
  • 8. • IF everyone on the planet consumed like – Americans, it would take 9.3 planets to sustain them; – British, it would take 3.2 planets; – French, it would take 2.7 planets; – Chinese, it would take 0.9 planets • Greatest Rich Nation Excesses – Energy – Water – Food – Housing • Greatest Poor Nation Needs – Housing – Food – Water - Energy
  • 9. • Newer - Approaches & Methods • Better - Materials & Utilization • Faster - Systems & Production • Lower - Energy Waste • Less - Cost • Not Just Re-packaged or Cosmetic Do-overs
  • 10. • Re-thinking • Better Analysis • Supply Relationships • Overcoming Traditions • Concerns for the Planet • Re-education and Training • Redistributing Natural Resources • Conservation for Future Generations • Or, Rich Nations Win - Poor Nations Lose
  • 11. • Deforestation – Trees (Lumber) • Strip Mines – Coal (Steel) • Pit Mines – Minerals (Concrete)
  • 12. • Find Alternatives Energies – For: Wood, Oil, Steel, – Concrete, Coal, Gas
  • 13. • 20 Million New Homes/Year – Build stronger – Inventory to build • Three 2,000 sq ft (193 sq m) homes • Replace lumber with composites
  • 14. • More Accurate Methods – Assemble on Jigs – Under Supervision • Least Cost Production Line – 2 sides for assembly – Workers inside and outside • High production – Easy to start a new business
  • 15. • Faster Assembly • Least Expensive • Stronger - Safer • Longer-lasting • Simpler • Quicker • Perfect
  • 16. • Unsurpassed Accuracy • Affordable Anywhere • www.CBS-Homes.com – info@CBS-homes.com
  • 17. By Re-thinking – Materials, Methods, Systems, Resiliency, & Cost-Performance

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