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michael and thank you paul knows uh what is fantastic opportunity to
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work together because it's a very much a working in an environment that it's useful for us because we're
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anyway the other at the beginning of a of a of a journey in a project which
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is the connected to i. so what what what's taking place here um so it's
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also been a privilege to work with the possible use non and and also be
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i'm a i'm not sure what the victim or been a
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fishery of their allows jess off the former super yeah
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in having received the uh uh actual financial support for this so that it's very important
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to us because we in the speech then have no money as you know ah
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well in this case we have no money because it's a it direct project
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uh and into rick most intimate projects except for one which is the
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alpine valley lake constance region the uh in the upper rhine
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um we we don't get funds from the you like switzerland uh
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mostly you programs a part to us for different reasons
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it's it's an it's because of the um inhumane immigration policy for us is because
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we don't give the you any money so they don't give us money that
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in this case we have partners though we can take part and i think it's important to know that to understand
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the logic of the project the financial dimensional but we're partners we are
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a major partner in this into rick project which looks at
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the um comment your keen sustainable build environment
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assessment framework that's been established for buildings
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but this is not being applied to spatial
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settings settlements communities regions cities
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i'm in a prototype um a a framework for the alpine region
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and so this project cars s. pops and with in that project
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uh we run a a initiative called atlas which is called
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up and territorial love lust assessment system we
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attempt to compare and contrast and map
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the various indicators in criteria that being to being developed in the sense pops project
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on a g. s. platform linked to to database so is and i'm not sure that that's it um
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i am what i wanna do just very quickly go through a smorgasbord
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that's the sweets colour the think what to use some of uh
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uh and postcards from sustainability issues in the up and regions
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and in the second half quickly highlight uh the the thinking of a baptist project uh where
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it's heading now and then i'll look forward to your feedback and so steamed got
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um this is a listing stein today well not today eighteen
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thirty three ah in the minds off the first
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um but he looks at the painting on his wall um this
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is of course a utopian vision this is eighteen thirty three
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listen stan look like there's from box or balls across the rhine
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but this is your ah in the throes of the industrial revolution this is not what
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thing that looked like what germany or or the rest of your does
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the blasted out one region and that's what it looks like today
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well there's austria but it it can get get a for the up closer to the round valley but this
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is a s. a a region which just didn't uh undergoing dramatic change sent it to thirty three
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um and the regional struggling like so many others between
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the traditionally and is steamed urban cores and images of of of of our
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work and the and the and the issues and challenges of right
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force a few insane um transpose system points
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or a a tube regulated or room
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development process uh this is our valley and this is a kind of a
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prestige of the future region outline um uh of the of the generic up and region but
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it i'll i'll at all goes down a centrally
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to the same on the line sustainability
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issues um that we have to keep in the forefront of all mines
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in order to maintain a sense of priority when it comes to the various
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sustainability aims a criteria what's the fundamental what's the ultimate underlying one
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and here we have ninety five percent of global transmit energy being
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all based ninety percent of industry production we have a a
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possibly a pollution bill in europe of a hundred billion you
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rooms health costs due to fossil fuel we've got to
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um blowout at four hundred parts per million achieved last yeah
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uh i'm the overseer to enact this we we got the general agreement that the
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old goals of one and fifty parts per million and two degrees celsius
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that should be abandoned ends the the parisian common agreement not to for the agree
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on that because they want and a chart knows that already point eight degrees
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we saw the stabilisation of the group likewise we and then we also know for ten years already
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that even if you believe in two degrees that foreign fifty parts per million is
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too much to aim at because we've got the over fifty percent risk
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of over shooting the two degrees and ends this new focus on
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less um it's more one point five degrees add to this
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i'm a phenomenon which is the feedback of melting karma frost
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observed in siberia but also in the ops yep so off guessing
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in major ways as the melting from a first line rises
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and so uh astrophysicist say worst case was case temperature
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increase on that maybe two hundred fifty degrees
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that that's the right from uh from the state of the venus which is the same size as
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but but much closer to the sounds of use subtract distance to get to one fifty
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cooler and use that's the good news that means um we have
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a sensible target or not for non fifty or three hundred fifty of to an eight
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because we we knew this was relatively stable peak office you two considerations for
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um teensy is uh that that of course means forty percent below the current that um that also
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means that the action horizons has to be relatively short we can't wait for twenty fifty because
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we know we all know when we look which others in it into a g. s. blue eyes
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that if the targets twenty fifty we start to think about it in twenty forty nine
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so a hundred percent carbon emissions free energy that includes everything except window
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um it's a kind of a countries you scenic one on without which we
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i can't even begin to talk about sustainability that's a fundamental premise then
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we can start out to discuss how we stable as things
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because we have to have emissions reductions one hundred and two hundred and forty percent
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that means we have to reduce below the current level to get back to three fifty or two eight
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and we can do that we have done a model a g. i. s. based model for the up and
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or quite as high foothill alpine region of the
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lake constance area uh which has a
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uh austria germany uh switzerland and uh the station as a as a uh as as
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members it's a pretty um place and show you spend some time to it
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it's a industrial region that's also region of a historical significance
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i'm off from by diversity it's uh also an interesting
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collection of cities and towns with very interesting
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a cultural traditions we've done the g. s. based model off the region as an energy system
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and try to find out by when and how and under
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what circumstances once it could achieve what level of
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self says sufficiency in this kit best case in
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decisions by twenty fifty we can achieve forty
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percent so my energy self sufficiency the good news is that by twenty thirty already
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sony but twenty fifty we can achieve a full supplying electricity in the speech just from
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local sources had the good that's a good news because we can use the
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surplus in uh and and so low wind and hydro power based electricity that's
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available from twenty thirty to store in out of gas or in
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in other means or convert directly into thermal heat to a point that we can achieve that by twenty fifty fall
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when over energy supply for thermal he had mobility if
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we convert be cough lead to electric drive just
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and even better news is that if we do basic things like our forefathers and mothers did it uh
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better agriculture but uh what are management forestry and so forth we can get below
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i'm a cop and neutrality we can begin to sequester c. or two
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from the apples here we go down um negative about problem
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balance but twenty fifty in this meeting it's quite quite doable with
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current actually available and financially not only feasible but rewarding
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measures playing a jobs already but twenty twenty to fifty three hundred
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saving ten minute ten dealing in a euros in the twenty forty to
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fifty time frame a when compared to current energy system investments
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uh and so what do do that just means converting our agriculture
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from this to that that's that will use an example for
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so cold climate region or climate landscape a vineyard but
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also focusing on the building and materials industry
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moving to would moving to carbon moving to a bar chart a mixed into cement
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to a way from some uncertainty and and and finding new ways of
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using the enormous him an investment in the ah great
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and construction off infrastructure to stork atlas record
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no that's a very relevant in the up envision because we have observed this rise in these uh quote
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c. to neutral zone that so that this is what's left of major course you to sink areas
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uh below that uh the ops are off gassing me thing
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uh as the temperature rises the purpose is not
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and so the glacial melting is uh is tragic put the real tragedy is of course the
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remote for smelting and and um within release through the trying of a woman's and so
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um so what about people what about our culture shock but about the we we
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interact with the on view of our architect that essentially to uh um
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two views on on the world one is a critical view or which says look we've got
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let's alps famous well we just what francis so here's an example nineteen
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eighty six the construction of a new arm was or what
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uh a lot plan said well you know it very well uh and
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then twenty sixteen and has a mushroom looked it's become a a
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larger town winter sports area but that's not the actual ecological damage
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has occurred be logged on a collateral damage is in the
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to rain where what tense being currently could convert it
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into tanks to store water to make artificial snow
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to maintain the real estate investment that's hang at the foothills
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and this uh interesting phenomenon easy to such an
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extent through the alps lehigh helps that
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that artificially she know here is exceed in surface area actually
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called surely do productive that in the alps today
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so we've got this um extraordinary work of maintaining what i
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call not a virtual reality but the real virtual reality
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sort of a green off a time that has passed us by
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and you see that cost the ops in all countries in bavaria this
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product before construction and does palm like as i say after destruction
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and this is the process
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uh and of course the process itself is very damaging is that what it does to them
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what a resume and so forth now hold you as i you sitting
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down especially the architects this is what also legislation has brought forth
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a settlement designed around the illusion off a ski slope
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the ski slope marches to the land like a river and the riverfront property
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is sold as a premium as a kind of a pastiche in june
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uh investment property of course almost to times of the year looks like this
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and that's what i was solicitations but for now this is the one side of the
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korean of what's currently being cushion the ops and i mean have really pushed
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i'm in universities in the planning a institutions and government
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yeah but that's the other side is a kind of a hopeful non question
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of many in increasing numbers of committees which trying to preserve within the yeah um
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ability uh the so called forbidden zone the natural zone surrounding non
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ski areas but hiking years for winter and summer sport
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like this uh the log out pine a region and its its base is nothing with the may very dramatic
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but it's usually successful i'm not very ambitious architectures you
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could see but financially successful you see me
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i'm driving forward a two courses and
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eight to retire we that's not me but it looks like there's like i looked at this mosaic
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well maybe that is a future for me after uh_huh uh_huh oh i looks wonderful doesn't it
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so um but the seaside is that this pretty picture
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of course a stance was something much more
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fundamentally yeah there's a the want to re she whatever
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machine beset by diversity regime and energy regime is
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fundamental also to live in the alps and and use a map of the same
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up there should be before the rise income of us but he see that
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seven major uh open cities um you know that's lee on as jean
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yves uh the apps eureka munich um at the very and
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uh the uh not on the new for loop yeah no and
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milan and you have four also what's that yeah um
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really know exactly so what do they have in common with all the
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other major towns to heavily dependent on open water flows the health
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reggie water freezing and several of them have a law um see
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all and chantal are already know what the crisis stick to
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of not being able to achieve uh what tracks and so that
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they you see this important um move and and that's being
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practised by our that's in the open area that that look
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at the sort of attraction of a biology organic
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or should that goes apples or comments but also kind of commitment to a cultural hum
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an architectural you know a call so that expresses that and holds it here
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in the communities and house also two chairs so um to move to
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the atlas project but just sort of trying to understand is um
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dilemma in the context of the the cesspool ups project
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the common u. p. insisted the the assisted um
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sustainable build environment project looking at regional and territorial development
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uh understanding that conduct classes so sustainability frameworks
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available for the good environment already
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um and applying it uh in a in a collaborative project across all seven
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countries and say what are people doing now to measure the sustainability
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how the does compare how they could how did clark could
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be used as process to improve their local territorial just
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a billy goat you and how can we learn from the efforts to create a kind of a hand alpine
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understanding of how people understand the sustainability
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goals criteria and success um indicate
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um i'll i'll industries i mean we are in industry uh been do
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development building architectural landscape infrastructure industry other indices of
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much further along versus the scheme just
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has organised itself already for some time in i
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attempt at creating a great as a state not just a system attractive score
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but and understanding of indicators that help them measure how well they perform
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i'm out of self defence you know atlases sits sitting inside this
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process as an as a as a project to to attempt
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uh to connect the data that come in in a
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usually reference fashion um and to do it um
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um by holding the data on the one hand as geographically referenced uh
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sets a but also then allowing a kind of a we
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initially rudimentary and then hopefully more sophisticated yes based
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mapping that's relevant for each territory whether the costa territory
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dynamic it cost time that's web accessible updated
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that don't steal the idea that because we have to be we yeah once the idea now
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no but it's wonderful to be able to work together on this that i am just that phoebe because i think
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be very important do not read do project or um
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the past that have already been trodden but to
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build on what's the and use framework that excess
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um so we wanna be semantically carrier will
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cost main issues you wanna be able to uh connect to the quantitative and qualitative data
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uh we wanted to friendship indicators in performance criteria wanna harmon nice data
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one uh uh do what is typical for many open
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space uh projects but in this case to that
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we don't look at the entire countries we don't look at the entire terrain we have picked
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typical model territories that represent the region in a in a fashion for instance makes much done
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it's like that because it's such a tiny country uh but we're connecting it
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to a region in switzerland and camped on some common getting back
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cycle region and then say well this is sort
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of prosper total representation of swiss participation
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and perhaps we can paint the entire country with that performance and i it it will
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be a scientifically incorrect but at least to be able to make some assumptions um
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but we can also then look at the territories that we actually study so
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therefore regions in italy there's several reasons uh show the minimum in france
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um and and austin so for them and so we can also
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understand what to these regions value winded talk about sustainability
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they all have different quite setting a sets of criteria can
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compare them an absolute term compared in relative terms
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comparing a performance um and measuring hopefully if this
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works and if it if it does
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maintain nipple a performance over time uh that would be a also quite important um
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and then uh mel how timidly asked what was gonna use that ideally this would
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be or done each country each charity is running workshops with the government
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and the community representatives and their civic society organisations
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to make sure that what is being done is actually relevant to
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what people to also ideally this would be useful planning um
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or reinforcing planning and then it's a volume two or some sort of second level
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where we look at existing you data for the happen region and then
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build those in or add them to it and perhaps related to socioeconomic data or two
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um other statistical information that's relevant to the output kind state and
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then i'm critically interested quality decide what a narratives stories um
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um observations that can be built into this database
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and images up in asking our partners
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to take lots of photographs and uh which you reference photographs of
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what they regard to be particularly good or bad examples of
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sustainability in the particular home homeland so characters
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and so we are fairly well advanced in raising funds
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to this but we're still um i think crystal
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uh in need of of of achieving the level required to carry this to uh the uh the
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get at a good success but we have a start me so there's a kind of a funding or should we using
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and then um there's a second dimension to this how do you how
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do you make sure that this actually uh would be all gone
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i'm run over by a possible does collapses no it's been it's been standing for long thirty is
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and tested this is about the best example of a a a structure of this kind of thing um
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how can it be automated how do we link it to the databases
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and the performance environments it takes is in the various tractors automatically
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so it updates itself so we starting with this up up up up up the scoop apartments
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a man stands for link up a network data
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because
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they'll all on and off i am operate repositories of data and update them
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and then if we apply a wood chain called link all day that
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cloud principles which can connect through a set of routines to
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actively manage data in government and private industry
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and uh infrastructure organisations and statistical
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um offices you can actually connect online and in real time to
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the updating of this data in a way that you couldn't
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infect maintain the date so that's the idea and these are
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the participants see 'cause that's the standards for italian groups
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ah directed of social cohesion social housing government of lombardi and so forth
00:25:11
austria two groups two groups of friends one group from germany munich
00:25:16
you know as it applied science and the slovenian organisation the institute and there

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PRÉSENTATION DE LA JOURNÉE DE SÉMINAIRE
Panos MANTZIARAS, Directeur, Fondation Braillard Architectes
8 Dec. 2016 · 9:10 a.m.
ALLOCUTION
Antonio HODGERS, Conseiller d’État chargé du département de l’aménagement, du logement et de l’énergie (DALE), République et canton de Genève
8 Dec. 2016 · 9:11 a.m.
INTRODUCTION
Panos MANTZIARAS, Directeur, Fondation Braillard Architectes
8 Dec. 2016 · 9:24 a.m.
ABRIS D’URGENCE À GENÈVE
Philippe BONHÔTE // Ivan VUARAMBON, Architecte, professeur, Joint Master of Architecture, HES/GE-HEPIA // Architecte, chargé de missions auprès de la DDC
8 Dec. 2016 · 9:46 a.m.
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VIVRE DEMAIN LA VILLE DE BASSE DENSITÉ
Nicolas TIXIER // Jennifer BUYCK, Architecte, professeur, École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Grenoble // Architecte, maître de conférences, Institut d’urbanisme de Grenoble
8 Dec. 2016 · 10:15 a.m.
RÉPONDANTS : VIVRE DEMAIN LA VILLE DE BASSE DENSITÉ & ABRIS D’URGENCE À GENÈVE
Dominique BOURG // Rémi BAUDOUI, Philosophe, professeur - Institut de géographie et durabilité, Faculté des géosciences et de l’environnement, Université de Lausanne // Sociologue, professeur - Département de science politique et relations internationales, Université de Genève
8 Dec. 2016 · 10:44 a.m.
SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT URBAN INFRASTRUCTURES - INSIGHT FROM CASE STUDIES
Katharina SCHNEIDER ROSS // Marco GROSSMANN, Deputy Executive Director - Global Infrastructure Basel // Director Implementation Services - Global Infrastructure Basel
8 Dec. 2016 · 11:42 a.m.
PROJET ATLAS - ATLAS DE DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE POUR L’ESPACE ALPIN
Peter DROEGE, Architect, professor, Liechtenstein Institute for Strategic Development
8 Dec. 2016 · 12:08 p.m.
RÉPONDANTS : PROJET ATLAS - ATLAS DE DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE POUR L’ESPACE ALPIN
Pascal ROLLET // Robert SADLEIR, Architecte, professeur, École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Grenoble // Économiste - Westminster University
8 Dec. 2016 · 12:35 p.m.
ATLAS ARCHITECTURAL D’ÉCONOMIES CIRCULAIRES
Grégoire BIGNIER // Peggy GARCIA, Architecte-ingénieur, chercheur, Laboratoire LIAT, ENSAPM // Architecte, postgrade EPFL - Maître assistant associé, ENSAPM
8 Dec. 2016 · 2:52 p.m.
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SCENARIOS FOR A COLLABORATIVE CITY SUSTAINABLE UTOPIA OF THE POLYCENTRIC RUHR REGION
Alexander SCHMIDT, Architecte, professor - Institute of City Planning + Urban Design, University Duisburg-Essen
8 Dec. 2016 · 3:18 p.m.
RÉPONDANTS : SCENARIOS FOR A COLLABORATIVE CITY SUSTAINABLE UTOPIA OF THE POLYCENTRIC RUHR REGION
Sabine BARLES // Gunther VOGT, Ingenieure, professeure - Universite Paris I, UMR Geo-Cites // Paysagiste, professeur?Institut fur Landschaftsarchitektur, ETHZ
8 Dec. 2016 · 3:49 p.m.
URBAN LIFE FOR SUBURBIA - THE TICINO CASE
Frédéric BONNET, Architecte, professeur - Académie d’architecture, Mendrisio
8 Dec. 2016 · 5:10 p.m.
ALPS - PROTOTYPES FOR THE ALPINE CITY-TERRITORY
PAOLA VIGANÒ, Architecte-urbaniste, professeure EPFL et IUAV, directrice du laboratoire Lab-U/ EPFL, membre fondateur de l’agence Studio 16, Milan
8 Dec. 2016 · 5:43 p.m.
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RÉPONDANTS : DENSUISSE - RECHERCHE PROSPECTIVE SUR LA DENSIFICATION DE L’ESPACE URBAIN SUISSE
Pascal ROLLET // Günther VOGT, Architecte, professeur, École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Grenoble // Paysagiste, professeur Institut für Landschaftsarchitektur, ETHZ
8 Dec. 2016 · 6:13 p.m.
CONFÉRENCE / KEYNOTE SPEECH // CURRENT PREOCCUPATIONS
Reinier DE GRAAF, Architect - Office for Metropolitan Architecture, Rotterdam 8 DÉCEMBRE 2016
8 Dec. 2016 · 6:39 p.m.
QUESTIONS // REPONSES
Reinier DE GRAAF, Architect - Office for Metropolitan Architecture, Rotterdam 8 DÉCEMBRE 2016
8 Dec. 2016 · 7:21 p.m.

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