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Convening Webinar Collaborative for Sustainable Transportation and Infrastructure Construction July 13, 2010 Jeff Dhont, U.S. EPA

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A commissioned community …to collaborate on projects and products to make infrastructure sustainable …and to make sustainable practices mainstream.

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One-on-One Networking & Materials Development Cohesion and Focal Projects Self-Sustaining Productivity

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What EPA would like to ask of you Creativity Initiative Collaboration and ultimately, Ownership Open Mind

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What does “Sustainable” mean? What is the focus? What’s in it for me us? What kind of collaborative? How will it work? What projects, products, as kernels? What directions? What next?

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A society is sustainable when the embodied impacts of its economic and social activities are minimized optimally throughout their lifecycle system such that the system can healthily provide and persist. System Lifecycle Conceptual Framework for Sustainability

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What does “Sustainable” mean? What is the focus? What’s in it for me us? What kind of collaborative? How will it work? What projects, products, as kernels? What directions? What next?

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How We Think And Behave How We Build Things How We Live How We Make Goods & Deliver Services How We Get Energy How We Get Food Lifecycle Systems Framework Product Design Product Stewardship Production Systems Supply Networks Packaging & Distribution Services Byproduct Synergy Shared Producer Responsibility Food Products Marketing Community Design MSW, Greens, Recycling Land Use Patterns & Zoning Development Green Space Transit Building Codes Taxes & Incentives Power Water Supply Sewer and Sanitation Public Awareness School Education Programs Green Labeling for Consumers Recognition & Certification Social Marketing Cost Integration Renewable Energy Alternative Technologies Alternative Fuels Energy Storage Technology Energy Transmission Ending Reliance on non- sustainable energy Agricultural Land Use Water Delivery Systems Water Subsidies, Rights & Policy Food Additives & Processing Fertilizers, Pesticides, Antibiotics Tilling & Planting Practices Runoff , Methane, & Waste Energy & Nutrient Cycling Buildings Highways Transportation Infrastructure Water Infrastructure Industrial Materials Reuse Specifications Demolition and Recovery Land Use & Development

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