Sustainable Preservation

Sustainable Preservation Author Jean Carroon
ISBN-10 0470882158
Release 2011-02-15
Pages 416
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Sustainable Preservation takes a nuanced look at the hundreds of choices that adaptive reuse requires architects to make—from ingenious ways to redeploy existing structural elements to time-honored techniques for natural ventilation to creation of wetlands that restore a site's natural biological functions. In addition, Sustainable Preservation presents 50 case studies of projects—schools, houses, offices, stores, museums, and government buildings—that set new standards for holistic approaches to adaptive reuse and sustainability. The author covers design issues, from building location to lighting systems, renewable power options, stormwater handling, and building envelope protection and integrity. The book also reviews operational issues, including materials choices for low lifetime maintenance, green housekeeping, and indoor air quality.



Sustainable Preservation

Sustainable Preservation Author Barry Stiefel
ISBN-10 1138812196
Release 2017-08-31
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Sustainable Preservation: Where Heritage Preservation and Environmental Conservation Overlap brings together ecological conservation theory and heritage preservation theory and shows how these two realms have common purpose. Through theoretical discussion and illustrative examples the book reframes the history of multiple movements within preservation and sustainable design strategy into cross-disciplinary themes. Through the topics: Human Relationships with Ecology and Biodiversity; Energy Use, Production, and Efficiency; Architecture and Building Design; Community Design and Planning; Landscapes and Regions; Law and Economic Policy; and Social and Cultural Behaviors the book explores contemporary ecological and heritage ethics as a strategy for improving the livability of the built environment. The book provides a holistic critique of the challenges we face in light of climate and cultural changes occurring from the local to the global level. It synthesizes the best practices offered by separate disciplines as one cohesive way forward toward sustainable design. Sustainable Preservation considers strategies for increasing the physical and cultural longevity of the built environment, why these two are so closely paired, and the potential their overlap offers for sustained and meaningful inhabitation. The book unites students and professionals in a wide range of disciplines with one common language and more closely aligned sets of objectives for preservation and sustainable design.



Stewardship of the Built Environment

Stewardship of the Built Environment Author Robert A. Young
ISBN-10 1610912365
Release 2012-07-18
Pages 256
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When we think of green building, we tend to picture new construction. But Robert A. Young argues that the greenest building is often the one that has already been built. In Stewardship of the Built Environment, he shows howrehabilitating and reusing existing structures holds untapped potential for achieving sustainable communities. Students and professionals alike will discover the multifaceted benefits of reuse. Young begins by describing how historic preservation in the United States, often overlooked because of the predominant focus on new construction, is actually an important sustainable design strategy. He then examines thesocial, environmental, and economic benefits of preservation—from the societal value of reusing existing buildings to financial incentives available for rehabilitation. Young concludes with insights into the future of reusing buildings as a sustainability strategy.He also provides several informative appendices,including a glossary of key terms and acronyms and recommendations for further reading. Readers will become familiar with essential terminology; sustainability and historic preservation metrics; government oversight processes; and opportunities for smart growth afforded by rehabilitation. This knowledge is key to preserving the past while building a sustainable future.



Sustainable Preservation

Sustainable Preservation Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:603814111
Release 2009
Pages 21
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The world's rich and diverse cultural assets are under threat from neglect, encroaching development and natural causes. There is clearly a global need to care for the heritage of the past, and to do so in a responsible manner that provides for present and future generations. For many people living in poor and remote areas of the world, cultural and natural assets provide one of the few paths to development. From tourism to conservation, investments in cultural heritage and related industries have the capacity to generate a wide range of local and regional economic activities that create prosperity, generate pride and improve quality of life.



Independence Days

Independence Days Author Sharon Astyk
ISBN-10 9781550924404
Release 2009-11-01
Pages 368
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Declare food security in your own backyard.



Sustainable Preservation

Sustainable Preservation Author GHF (Palo Alto, CA).
ISBN-10 OCLC:705933209
Release 2009
Pages 21
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Sustainable Preservation has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Sustainable Preservation also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Sustainable Preservation book for free.



IPI s Guide to Sustainable Preservation Practices for Managing Storage Environments

IPI s Guide to Sustainable Preservation Practices for Managing Storage Environments Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:808031963
Release 2012
Pages 112
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This project was designed to enable collections care staff in cultural institutions to avoid risks to collections while they support sustainability efforts and pursue opportunities for energy cost reduction.



Ipis Guide to Sustainable Preservation Practices for Managing Storage Environments

Ipis Guide to Sustainable Preservation Practices for Managing Storage Environments Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:824488939
Release 2012
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Ipis Guide to Sustainable Preservation Practices for Managing Storage Environments has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Ipis Guide to Sustainable Preservation Practices for Managing Storage Environments also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Ipis Guide to Sustainable Preservation Practices for Managing Storage Environments book for free.



A Guide to Good Stewardship

A Guide to Good Stewardship Author Mary Estelle Vega
ISBN-10 OCLC:875179756
Release 2013
Pages 200
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"The stewardship of cultural and natural resources have been goals in our society for generations and have manifested themselves in movements for historic preservation and the sustainable use of our planet's resources. In the United States the sustainable movement took shape during the 1960's and 70's in response to damage done by corporations of the time and to a growing energy crisis. Only recently have the concepts of sustainability been embraced en mass by our society yet, few understand how they intertwine with the conservation of historic resources. Historic preservation, at first, set out to preserve structures that were monuments of our nation's development but, preservation has grown to incorporate societal and cultural values, as well as entire landscapes. In addition to these values preservationists have, over the last ten years, begun stressing environmental sustainability. This incorporation is seen in all governmental levels from federal to certified local governments through numerous publications and projects. Recommendations however, are necessarily broad and provide little stylistic context. My thesis examined recommendations being made from local, city, state, and national governing bodies and public sources, and then deciphered how these could best be applied to common residential styles found in National Register Historic Districts within the state. These districts were the focus for this study because many do not have local design guidelines to provide reference for the homeowners. Information from the nominations, along with sustainable recommendations, was then fused to create an illustrated historic homeowner's guide to good stewardship of both cultural and environmental resources for the most common residential styles within the state."--Abstract from author supplied metadata.



Building Reuse

Building Reuse Author Kathryn Rogers Merlino
ISBN-10 0295742348
Release 2017-12-01
Pages 224
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The construction and operation of buildings uses more energy and results in more carbon emissions than in any other sector, and the impact of the demolition and removal of an older building can greatly diminish the advantages of adding green technologies to new construction. Reusing existing buildings can be a challenge to accomplish, but changing the way we think about environmentally conscious architecture has the potential to significantly reduce carbon emissions. Merlino calls for a more expansive view of historic preservation that goes beyond keeping only the most distinctive structures and requiring that they remain fundamentally unchanged, instead embracing the creative reuse of even unremarkable buildings.



Historic Cities and Sacred Sites

Historic Cities and Sacred Sites Author Ismail Serageldin
ISBN-10 082134904X
Release 2001-01-01
Pages 420
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This book contributes to a better understanding of why historic cities and sacred sites are important, and how cultural roots may influence and improve urban futures. It emphasises the need to include social and cultural dimensions in economic development and offers cases of best practice.



Economic Theory and Sustainable Development

Economic Theory and Sustainable Development Author Vincent Martinet
ISBN-10 9780415544771
Release 2012
Pages 203
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Is development sustainable? When addressing the sustainability issue, decision-makers are faced with two challenges: taking into account conflicting issues, such as economic development and environmental preservation, while also ensuring intergenerational equity. Tackling these challenges amounts to deciding what should be bequeathed to future generations, especially in terms of natural resources.



Hurdle Technologies Combination Treatments for Food Stability Safety and Quality

Hurdle Technologies  Combination Treatments for Food Stability  Safety and Quality Author Lothar Leistner
ISBN-10 0306472635
Release 2002-08-31
Pages 194
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Since centuries foods have been preserved by heating, chilling, drying, salting, conserving, acidification, oxygen-removal, fermenting, adding various preservatives, etc., and often these methods were applied in combinations. More recently the underlying principles of these traditional methods have been defined (i.e., F, t, aw, pH, Eh, competitive flora, various preservatives), and effective limits of these factors for microbial growth, survival, and death were established. Food preservation and also food quality depends in most cases on the empirical and now more often on the deliberate and intelligent application of combined preservative factors, i.e. on so-called hurdle technology. It also became obvious that futuristic food preservation methods (e.g., high hydrostatic pressure, high-intensity pulsed electric fields, high-intensity pulsed light, oscillating magnetic fields as well as food irradiation) are most effective in combination with additional hurdles. Thus, hurdle technology is also the key of food preservation in the future. Furthermore, basic aspects of hurdle technology (i.e., homeostasis, metabolic exhaustion, and stress reactions of microorganisms as well as the multitarget preservation of foods) have been recognized to be of fundamental importance and are increasingly studied in relation to hurdle technology. Different aspects of improvements of traditional foods and in the development of novel foods via hurdle technology have been covered recently in numerous articles and book chapters. However, Hurdle Technologies: Combination Treatments for Food Stability, Safety and Quality is the first work on hurdle technology in which all aspects, the possibilities and limitations of hurdle technology, are comprehensively outlined and evaluated. World-renowned on the subject, Leistner and Gould were instrumental in the development of the hurdle technology concept and in the last decades have obtained much practical experience in the application of this successful approach in the food industry worldwide.



Scientific Conservation and Master Planning for Sustainable World Heritage Preservation in Developing Economies

Scientific Conservation and Master Planning for Sustainable World Heritage Preservation in Developing Economies Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:593437934
Release 2009
Pages 36
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This paper sets out the methods and techniques that Global Heritage Fund has adopted in respect of the international charters and guidelines that have been adopted for the administration, technical conservation and on-going care of inscribed, tentative and potential World Heritage Sites. "Sustainable preservation" requires a long-term view of projects, with due consideration of proper conservation techniques, appropriate consideration of the economic concerns, and the need to build the social awareness for management and care.



Sustainability Historic Preservation

Sustainability   Historic Preservation Author Richard Longstreth
ISBN-10 9781461662709
Release 2011-02-24
Pages 136
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Sustainability and Historic Preservation: Towards a Holistic View broadens the horizons of the mushrooming drive to correlate the objectives of these two spheres. To date, discussions of the relationship between historic preservation and sustainability have generally focused on the energy consumption of buildings. The nine chapters in this book show how that agenda can and should be expanded by examining many other facets of the environment, including agricultural lands, urban waterworks, irrigation systems, natural settings, an arboretum, and post-World War II suburbs. Written by specialists from a variety of disciplines—anthropology, architecture, landscape architecture, and urban history among them—the contents explore new realms in which historic preservation and sustainability can have common purpose. This book addresses subjects of concern to many persons engaged in both fields and argues the case for creating a greater spectrum of common ground between them.



The Green Museum

The Green Museum Author Sarah S. Brophy
ISBN-10 0759112258
Release 2008-08-07
Pages 224
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Global climate conditions demand a response by institutions that are here for the long haul—as museums are—to collect, preserve, and interpret in perpetuity. Environmentally friendly practices are crucial to the mission of our museums, which, as houses of preservation, are uniquely suited to modeling green behavior and sustainability. In The Green Museum, authors Sarah Brophy and Elizabeth Wylie offer a complete handbook to guide museum staff in incorporating green design into new construction and day-to-day operations. Sustainable practices can save on operating costs and even make museums attractive to new fundraising sources, as Brophy and Wylie show in case studies of museums that have already taken steps to become green. In this easy-to-read book, the authors demystify the process of going green, including detailed explanations of the basics of recycling, options for environmentally friendly exhibit design, and how to conduct energy audits. The Green Museum is full of practical information for museums of any size and a vital resource for every museum that wants to remain relevant in an increasingly green world. The Green Museum is printed with soy-based ink on recycled stock.



Digital Preservation for Libraries Archives and Museums

Digital Preservation for Libraries  Archives  and Museums Author Edward M. Corrado
ISBN-10 9781442278738
Release 2017-01-12
Pages 402
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This new edition of Digital Preservation in Libraries, Archives, and Museums is the most current, complete guide to digital preservation available today. For administrators and practitioners alike, the information in this book is presented readably, focusing on management issues and best practices. Although this book addresses technology, it is not solely focused on technology. After all, technology changes and digital preservation is aimed for the long term. This is not a how-to book giving step-by-step processes for certain materials in a given kind of system. Instead, it addresses a broad group of resources that could be housed in any number of digital preservation systems. Finally, this book is about “things (not technology; not how-to; not theory) I wish I knew before I got started.” Digital preservation is concerned with the life cycle of the digital object in a robust and all-inclusive way. Many Europeans and some North Americans may refer to digital curation to mean the same thing, taking digital preservation to be the very limited steps and processes needed to insure access over the long term. The authors take digital preservation in the broadest sense of the term: looking at all aspects of curating and preserving digital content for long term access. The book is divided into four part: 1.Situating Digital Preservation, 2.Management Aspects, 3.Technology Aspects, and 4.Content-Related Aspects. Digital Preservation will answer questions that you might not have even known you had, leading to more successful digital preservation initiatives.