Guillaume Habert: Katalogdaten im Herbstsemester 2016
|Name||Herr Prof. Dr. Guillaume Habert|
ETH Zürich, HIL F 27.3
|Telefon||+41 44 633 05 60|
|Departement||Bau, Umwelt und Geomatik|
|101-0577-00L||An Introduction to Sustainable Development in the Built Environment||3 KP||2G||G. Habert|
|Kurzbeschreibung||This year the UN Conference in Paris will shape future world objectives to tackle climate change.|
This course provides an introduction to the notion of sustainable development when applied to our built environment
|Lernziel||At the end of the semester, the students have an understanding of the term of sustainable development, its history, the current political and scientific discourses and its relevance for our built environment.|
In order to address current challenges of climate change mitigation and resource depletion, students will learn a holistic approach of sustainable development. Ecological, economical and social constraints will be presented and students will learn about methods for argumentation and tools for assessment (i.e. life cycle assessment).
For this purpose an overview of sustainable development is presented with an introduction to the history of sustainability and its today definition as well as the role of cities, urbanisation and material resources (i.e. energy, construction material) in social economic and environmetal aspects.
The course aims to promote an integral view and understanding of sustainability and describing different spheres (social/cultural, ecological, economical, and institutional) that influence our built environment.
Students will acquire critical knowledge and understand the role of involved stakeholders, their motivations and constraints, learn how to evaluate challenges, identify deficits and define strategies to promote a more sustainable construction.
After the course students should be able to define the relevance of specific local, regional or territorial aspects to achieve coherent and applicable solutions toward sustainable development.
The course offers an environmental, socio-economic and socio-technical perspective focussing on buildings, cities and their transition to resilience with sustainable development. Students will learn on theory and application of current scientific pathways towards sustainable development.
|Inhalt||The following topics give an overview of the themes that are to be worked on during the lecture.|
- Overview on the history and emergence of sustainable development
- Overview on the current understanding and definition of sustainable development
- Case Study 1: Sustainable construction, the role of construction industry (national/international)
- Case Study 2: Cities, forms of settlements
- Case Study 3: Material resources, scenarios, energy, construction materials, urban metabolism
- Case Study 4: Buildings, heating/cooling, consumers, prosumers and other stakeholder, cooperations
- Method 1: Life cycle assessment (planning, construction, operation/use, deconstruction)
- Method 2: Economics for sustainable construction
- Method 3: Construction, flexibility, modularity
- Synthesis 1: Climate Change mitigation and adaptation in cities
- Synthesis 2: Transition to sustainable development
|Skript||All relevant information will be online available before the lectures. For each lecture slides of the lecture will be provided.|
|Literatur||A list of the basic literature will be offered on a specific online platform, that could be used by all students attending the lectures.|