INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE

INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE

International Climate Development Institute is a non-profit organization that focuses on climate change, human rights, intergenerational justice, and developing rights, and actively participates in international activities. Inspired by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), ICDI actively implement the SDG13 “Climate Action”. The core belief of the organization is the concern for climate change and the right to human development; that is, when we talk about the adjustment and transformation that human beings need in the face of climate change, developing rights are important as well. With professional knowledge in climate governance, the organization provides assistance of capacity building, energy transformation, and development of adaptation strategies to disadvantaged groups to help them move towards a sustainable life with climate resilience.

The Grow Smarter Project - Stockholm City

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Main issues:
Housing mobility
Infrastructure

〈The Grow Smarter Project〉
1 Low Energy District
I. Refurbishment
II. A centralized logistics depot
III. Measuring the energy usage and waste
IV. Promoting local energy and storage investment for a better control of electricity demand (such as vehicle to grid for EV)

2 Integrated Infrastructure
I. Implementing LED light (street lighting)
II. Developing a circular energy system to reduce consumed energy
III. Implementing automated waste collection, color-coded waste bags and smart technology to vacuum waste bags through underground collection portals.
IV. Developing an open data platform that monitors and analyses patterns for cities’ environmental status.

3 Sustainable Urban Mobility
I. Creating a smart integrated delivery system to solve the problem of more delivery trucks on the road.
II. Traffic management → install smart sensors that monitor traffic patterns
III. Alternative fuel driven vehicle → invest in charging points and infrastructure to encourage alternative fuel usage.
IV. Mobility solutions → compare bike sharing shuttle services, carsharing, and taxis to determine which is the most effective

Solutions

GreenBIM Program Case Introduction
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GreenBIM Program Case Introduction
Due to the effectiveness of climate change, extremely high temperature comes to be daily and causes a severe impact on living environment and energy consumption. It is important to know how to lower the impact without affecting crowd comfort. Not only in design phase that needs to consider energy consumption, but also in operation phase needs to consider. In fact, energy consumption in operation phase takes most part in building life cycle. GreenBIM Program - National Museum of Marine Science and Technology(NMMST) is the case that using high/low forecast temperature to adjust its air-conditioner operating timing. Precool the museum not only to decrease the peak load at noon, but also to make the indoor temperature reach the comfort zone earlier. The results are decreasing not only the penalty charges but also the rate of customer complaining about the indoor temperature.
Green BIM Micro-Climate Data Platform
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Green BIM Micro-Climate Data Platform
Life cycle of a building could be more than 60 years. If it could be designed and arranged by following local climate, it will decrease a lot of energy consumption in the after operating status. This website is sponsored by DELTA Company, Central Weather Bureau (CWB), National Building Centre and International Climate Development Institute. Establishing a TMY3 climate database with 4 types of format that are oftenly used in the building energy consumption software, also providing dependable weather data and statistic climate data for calculating yearly energy consumption. This website also provides many kinds of weather data to saving energy from design to operating phase.
Application of Recycled Aggregate-Taoyuan, Taiwan
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Application of Recycled Aggregate-Taoyuan, Taiwan
Since August 9, 2017, Taoyuan city has entrusted the Chinese Society of Pavement Engineering to carry out the Strategy and Specification Revision Service for the Regenerating and Reusing Materials in Public Works in Taoyuan City with a bid of NTD 898,000. The work items included seven meetings of experts and scholars (including normative discussions, feasibility of trial projects, pavement planning), supporting related experiments, seminars, and promotion of education and training. In order to solve the problem of millions of asphalt concrete remaining in asphalt plants for decades and the difficulty of re-construction of the asphalt plants, they will implement a procurement case of less than NTD1,000,000 over six months. Currently, it is common to use steel particles (oxidized slag) with a 30% substitution of the natural fractionation. Doing so saves about 6.24 Kg CO2e per ton in terms of carbon footprint. The Taoyuan City Office of Road and Accessory Maintenance conducted an oxidized asphalt concrete pavement trial project on Fengde Road, Bade District, Taoyuan City as a case study, using 1,300 tons of steel particles (oxidized slag). The carbon footprint was reduced by about 8,112 Kg CO2e, equivalent to one year of carbon dioxide absorption for 740 trees.
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