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Title: Developing the sustainable building assessment tool for stadia
Authors: Sebake, TN
Keywords: Sustainable building assessment tool
Sustainability performance
2010 FIFA World Cup
South Africa
Green goal
Issue Date: Sep-2008
Citation: Sebake, TN. 2008. Developing the sustainable building assessment tool for stadia. World Sustainable Building Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 21-25 September 2008, pp 8
Abstract: South Africa will, in 2010 host the continent's first FIFA World Cup, and in so doing attempt to continue the legacy of the Green Goal, developed for its predecessor, Germany, for the FIFA World Cup 2006. In preparation for the event, South Africa's Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT) aims to ensure that like the German stadia, South Africa stadia are environmentally sustainable, particularly in terms of water, energy and waste aspects. A framework, specific to stadia, is required in order for the sustainability of each stadium to be rated. The Sustainable Building Assessment Tool (SBAT) has an existing structure; however its indicators are focused primarily on the assessment of commercial buildings. The paper investigates a selection of indicators relevant for stadia and undertakes the development of an SBAT for Stadia for the environmental assessment of the 2010 World Cup stadia
Description: World Sustainable Building Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 21-25 September 2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3232
ISBN: 978646503721
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