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IGBC Green Schools

The Concept & Benefits

Indian Green Building Council

Designing Green Schools


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17 April 2010
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CII – Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre,
Hyderabad
A unique Public – Private Partnership
(CII, Govt of Andhra Pradesh, USAID and Pirojsha Godrej Foundation)

Centre of “Excellence” for Green Buildings, Energy, Environment,


Water,
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Renewable energy & Climate change activities in India

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Indian Green Building Council
(IGBC)
™ Launched by Confederation of

Indian Industry (CII) in 2001

™ Pioneering Green Building

movement in India

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Vision of IGBC

™ To usher in a green building


movement in India
™ India to become one of the world
leaders in green buildings by 2015
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Green Building – The Definition
™ A green building is one which
uses
¾ Less water
¾ Optimises energy efficiency
¾ Conserves natural resources
¾ Generates less waste
¾ Provides healthier spaces for
people as compared to a
conventional building
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Green School

™ A school building or facility that


creates a healthy environment that
is conducive to learning while
saving energy, water and resources

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Sustainable Development

Use of Resources to meet our

needs without depriving the

resources for future generations

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Why Green Schools ?
™ Need to be green in all aspects
™ To address
¾ Productive learning environment
¾ Student’s health issues
¾ Ample natural light
¾ Fresh air ventilation
¾ High quality acoustics
¾ Environmental site assessment
¾ Master planning
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Green School Rating System – Focus areas
™ IGBC, a whole-building approach to sustainability
by recognizing performance in five key areas

Sustainable Sites

Water Efficiency

Energy Efficiency

Material & Resources

Indoor Environmental Quality


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The Indian Way
™ Rediscovery of the Indian ethos
¾ We worship the 5 elements of Nature (Panchabhutas)

Prithvi (Earth) Sustainable Sites


Jal (Water) Water Efficiency
Agni (Energy) Energy Efficiency
Vayu (Air) Indoor Environmental Quality
Akash (Sky) Daylight, Night Sky Pollution

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Water body Local materials Daylighting
Views
Green School Rating System - Categories
S No Credits Points
Mandatory Requirements 7
1 Site Selection and 21
Planning
2 Water Efficiency 18
3 Energy Efficiency 24
4 Material Conservation 14
5 Indoor Environmental 15
Quality
6 Green Education 4
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7 Innovation & Design 4
Total © Confederation of Indian Industry 100
Green Schools – The Need

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Schools and Educational
Institutions in India

™ Students & Faculty

¾ At least 20% of Indian population

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1. Daylight & Views
™ Improves student concentration and

performance

™ Adjustable blinds and shades help reduce

glare

™ Lightshelves bounce sunlight deep into the

room and provide even light distribution

™ Enhances the learning environment

™ Reduced Use of Artificial Light - Reduces

energy costs

® Enhances the learning environment


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2. Enhanced Ventilation

™ Increased Fresh Air – High indoor air quality

™ Students and faculty healthier

™ Reduces absenteeism

™ Minimised respiratory & other environmental

illnesses

® Reduces the health issues


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3. Acoustics
™ Improved acoustics create a more productive

learning environment for children

™ Allow teachers to be heard without straining

their voices

™ Enhance productivity and keep students more

alert

® Better understanding
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4. Low emitting materials

™ Low VOC - Paints & Coatings

™ Furniture

™ Dust-free chalk pieces

™ Eco-friendly House Keeping Chemicals

® Enhances indoor air quality


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5. Green Transportation

™ School Buses

™ Safe Cycle paths & side walks

™ Use of Eco-friendly Vehicles for

Commuting

Reduces CO2 emissions & smog


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6. Waste Segregation & Handling
™ Recycling programme
™ Segregation and dedicated space for
recycling
¾ Paper
¾ Plastic
¾ Food and liquid waste
™ Centralised storage space for
recyclables

Waste from the Wealth


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7. Water Efficiency
™ Rain water harvesting
™ Ultra low and low
flow & flush water
fixtures
¾ Water closets
¾ Lavatory faucets

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8. Master Planning
™ Integrated Design
™ Reduced Environmental Footprint
™ Restored habitat
™ Increased greenery

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Benefits of green schools

Energy &
Water Costs

Student health
& Test Scores

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Initiatives to promote Green Schools

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Green Schools - IGBC Initiatives

Green I Contest for School


Students (Young India of CII)

Architectural Design Competition

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Water awareness & conservation
program for school children
™ Program initiated at
schools in Hyderabad
™ Objective : to create
awareness on water
conservation through
the program
™ Completed 40 schools
¾ Over 2,500 students
participated in the
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program
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Water awareness & conservation program
for school children
™ Good response from
Government schools in
Hyderabad
¾ Joint initiative with Mahindra
Satyam foundation,
Hyderabad Government School, Hyderabad

¾ Conducted programme in
local language

™ Programme initiated in
Jaipur schools
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¾ Over 500 students
Army School, Jaipur
participated © Confederation of Indian Industry
Water awareness & conservation program
for school children
Students taking pledge to save water

Students participating in quiz

Time® table & stickers on water


conservation for school
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children
CII - Water Conservation Poster contest
™ 36 schools from
Hyderabad
participated
¾ Around 200 students
participated
™ Themes
¾ Water saving tips
¾ Causes for water
shortage & ways to
reduce
¾ Water pollution &
control measures
™ Participants
¾ 4 - 8 standard
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students
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® Award distribution function
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Green schools within a generation

™ Green Schools lead to Greener Community

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Ultimately towards the Better India
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Rating Programmes to Suit Different
Building Types
™ One single rating cannot be applied to suit all
building types
™ Launched
¾ IGBC Green Homes
¾ IGBC Green Factory Buildings
¾ LEED India NC
¾ LEED India CS
™ Other Programmes on the anvil
¾ IGBC Green SEZs *
¾ IGBC Green Schools *
¾ IGBC Green Cities *
¾ IGBC Existing Buildings *
® ¾ IGBC Landscape *
* Rating under development © Confederation of Indian Industry
Green Building Movement in India
S Criteria 2001 Till Date
No
1 CEOs & senior people 50 ≈ 5,000
involved
2 No. of professionals 10 ≈ 6,000
trained on Green
Building concepts
3 No. of registered 1 550
Green Buildings
Built – in Area (sq.ft) 0 371 Million
4 Green Building products 5 110
& equipment
5 IGBC Membership 0 836
(Founding Members) (77)
6 IGBC Local Chapters 0 9
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7 IGBC AP’s 0 137
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Green Building Movement

In 2001,
1 Green Building
20,000 sq. ft.

550 Green Buildings, 371 Million sq. ft.


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Green Building Journey
The Lessons Learnt

® IGP, Gulbarga

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Lesson Learnt # 1
Green Buildings pay for themselves
™ Green Buildings make business
sense
¾ Tangible benefits
‰ Energy, water
‰ Reduced investments on few equipment

™ Incremental cost : 2 - 6 %
™ Payback : 4 - 5 years

Incentives are only incidental ; Not the inspiration


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Lesson Learnt # 2
Get the best From Wherever
™ Get the best products, trends & technologies
from where ever they are
¾ Eg., High efficiency chillers, Sensors, IBMS
¾ Standards & Codes
‰ ASHRAE 62.1 (Fresh air),
IPMVP (Monitoring)

™ Will lead to market transformation


™ 2001 : High Performance glass imported
2010 : Best of glass manufactured in India

® Today the world is flat; Seek the best


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Lesson Learnt # 3
Architecture should be contemporary
™ Changing life styles, taste

™ Changing weather patterns

™ Designs also undergoing changes Wipro, Kochi

¾ Daylight assuming increasing


importance

™ Designers should know the


intricacies & benefits of using the
latest technology, equipment , etc.,
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Tradition & Technology should co-exist
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The Road Ahead

™ Major Goals by 2012

¾ Facilitate 1,000 Green buildings

¾ Enable 1.0 Billion sq. ft. of green footprint

¾ Train 5,000 Accredited Professionals

¾ Facilitate tapping Green building materials

market of USD 40 Billion

Ultimately contribute towards a Greener Planet


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‘A green building should create ITC Green Centre, Gurgaon

delight when entered,

serenity and health when occupied

and

regret when departed’

- Natural Capitalism
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Go Green . . .

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Directory on Green Building
Materials & Service Providers
™ Directory released
™ Single-point reference on
Green Building Material &
Equipment and professionals
in India
™ Reach out to 20,000+
professionals
™ 500 companies/consultants
participated
™® CD released during GBC
2009
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