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SUSTAINABILITY IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT What is next for Green Star. Andrew Aitken, Director Green Star Green Building Council of Australia. Current Green Star Tools. What’s next?. Operations. Communities Categories. Communities Timeline. Stage 1// Framework. Stage 2// Tool Development.

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sustainability in the built environment what is next for green star

SUSTAINABILITY IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENTWhat is next forGreen Star

Andrew Aitken, Director Green StarGreen Building Council of Australia

what s next
What’s next?

Operations

communities timeline
Communities Timeline
  • Stage 1// Framework

Stage 2// Tool Development

JUN-JUL10

AUGUST10

2012/13

MARCH-APRIL10

NOV09-FEB10

MAY-JUNE10

2011/12

JUNE10-2011

Draft Framework

Research

Industry consultation

Finalise Framework

Pilot tool

Tool development

Release Tool

Launch Final Framework +

Tool Scoping Paper

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Green Star - Operations will:

  • address building operations and maintenance, including performance benchmarking;
    • incorporate NABERS certificates where available
    • incorporate other reporting standards where appropriate
  • address many different building types;
  • be comparable to / compatible with Green Star Design and As Built;
  • allow individual building as well as portfolio level assessments;
  • be cost-efficient and user friendly in its delivery;
  • reward environmental benefits that exceed standard practice;
  • recognise market leadership in holistic building operations and management.
green star operations timeline
Green Star - Operations Timeline
  • Stage 1// Scoping the tool

Stage 2// Tool Development

JAN 11

FEB 2011

MARCH - DEC 2011

JAN 2012

FEB 2012

Mid 2012

AUG-NOV10

JULY 2010

DEC10

Concept development

DRAFT Scoping Paper

Public Consultation

Tool development

Sponsorship procurement

FINAL Scoping Paper

TWG assembly

Sponsorship procurement

Tool development

Pilot tool

Release Tool Version 1

Stakeholder Reference Group Established

the single green star tool
The single Green Star tool
  • An integrated online rating tool and technical manual
  • One tool – customised to suit the project
  • Integrated submission templates and examples
  • Links to online resources and standards
  • Instantly updated with new rulings and corrections
  • Online submissions
  • More flexible assessment options
material credit reviews
Material Credit Reviews
  • Reviews of four Materials Category credits have been undertaken over the past two years.
    • Timber
    • PVC
    • Steel
    • Concrete
  • Aim:
  • To keep these credits abreast of emerging industry benchmarks for environmental performance
  • To provide clarity to a diverse range of stakeholder concerns which have been collected over time in relation to these credits.
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Material Credit Reviews

Material Credit Review projects focus on:

  • Broadening recognition of best practice initiatives being developed and used across different building materials industries which go beyond the measures currently recognised in Green Star.
  • Encouraging industries to innovate in pursuit of positive environmental outcomes.
  • Using Green Star to stimulate positive outcomes in the material industries and reflect this in the built environment.