Sarasota Summit 2007 Tim Center

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Published on August 19, 2008

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International design summit - Sarasota, Florida - USA

presents Sarasota – Florida USA

Human Centered Design Service Innovation and Decision Design Generational Design Social Entrepreneurship and the New Philanthropy Technology, Entertainment and Health

It’s hard to create a space that will not attract people, what is remarkable, is how often this has been accomplished. ─ William H. Whyte

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Moving Toward Sustainablility Designing the Future Designing for Life Sarasota International Design Summit November 2007

 

 

Remembering Florida 1970 – 2000 Population – 7 million to 16.5 million Land use – 5 million agricultural acres lost Transportation – miles traveled nearly tripled Labor – tripled from 2.6 mil to 7.9 mil Source: Urban Land Institute

1970 – 2000

Population – 7 million to 16.5 million

Land use – 5 million agricultural acres lost

Transportation – miles traveled nearly tripled

Labor – tripled from 2.6 mil to 7.9 mil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Florida Tomorrow 2000 – 2030 Population – 40% increase – 8 million more Land use – 2.6 mil acres agriculture to urban Transportation – miles will double Most of the built environment that will exist in 2030 has yet to be constructed. Source: Urban Land Institute

2000 – 2030

Population – 40% increase – 8 million more

Land use – 2.6 mil acres agriculture to urban

Transportation – miles will double

Most of the built environment that will exist in 2030 has yet to be constructed.

CAN FLORIDA ACCOMMODATE 36 MILLION??

Challenge How to prepare for growth and maintain a sense of community – a sense of place? How to ensure that we are sustainable – that future generations can enjoy a high quality of life, economic opportunities and healthy natural resources?

How to prepare for growth and maintain a sense of community – a sense of place?

How to ensure that we are sustainable – that future generations can enjoy a high quality of life, economic opportunities and healthy natural resources?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alternative 2010

Phase I: 2000 Trend Alternative

Phase I: 2010 Trend Alternative

Phase II: 2020 Trend Alternative

Phase III: 2030 Trend Alternative

Phase IV: 2040 Trend Alternative

Phase V: 2050 Trend Alternative

Source: Orlando Sentinel

Sustainability Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Balancing environmental quality with economic growth. Using, developing and protecting resources so as not to compromise the future.

Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

Balancing environmental quality with economic growth.

Using, developing and protecting resources so as not to compromise the future.

Process An attempt to provide the best outcomes for the human and natural environments both now and into the indefinite future. It relates to the continuity of economic, social, institutional and environmental aspects of human society, as well as the non-human environment.

An attempt to provide the best outcomes for the human and natural environments both now and into the indefinite future.

It relates to the continuity of economic, social, institutional and environmental aspects of human society, as well as the non-human environment.

Sustainable Community From generation to generation it has… Healthy and diverse ecological system Social foundation providing for Health Cultural diversity Equitable Prosperous economy for long-term (within social and ecological limits)

From generation to generation it has…

Healthy and diverse ecological system

Social foundation providing for

Health

Cultural diversity

Equitable

Prosperous economy for long-term (within social and ecological limits)

Sustainable Community Safe Healthy Livable Inclusive Participatory Environmentally sound Prosperous Green Walkable Cultural Vibrant Opportunity Choices A place where you and your children want to live

Safe

Healthy

Livable

Inclusive

Participatory

Environmentally sound

Prosperous

Green

Walkable

Cultural

Vibrant

Opportunity

Choices

Where Do We Focus? Energy Water Waste Land Use and Green Building Purchasing Affordable housing Historic/Cultural Preservation

Energy

Water

Waste

Land Use and Green Building

Purchasing

Affordable housing

Historic/Cultural Preservation

Strategic Habitat Conservation Areas FNAI Habitat Conservation Priorities Ecological Greenways Under-represented Natural Communities Landscape-sized Protection Areas Natural Floodplain

Aquifer Recharge Trails Network Sustainable Forestry Surface Water Protection Fragile Coastal Resources Functional Wetlands

Green Building 2006 Best Practices Awards No development on 2 – 500-acre natural lakes 11,000 acres – 70% as open space Energy Star Homes Harmony Institute

No development on 2 – 500-acre natural lakes

11,000 acres – 70% as open space

Energy Star Homes

Harmony Institute

Green Building 2007 Best Practices Awards

Business Partnership Best Practice Award Winner Create Town Centers Preserve Green Areas Develop Transit Corridors

How Do We Design the Future? We are linked and must work together Region - An area of distinct communities, cities and counties where residents share: Geographic identity Social, economic and cultural interdependence Capacity for planning and function Capacity to create competitive advantage Create a regional vision for how to grow

We are linked and must work together

Region - An area of distinct communities, cities and counties where residents share:

Geographic identity

Social, economic and cultural interdependence

Capacity for planning and function

Capacity to create competitive advantage

Create a regional vision for how to grow

www.SustainableFlorida.org

BOOK NOW FOR THE 2008 SARASOTA SUMMIT DESIGN October 27-29 www.sarasotadesignsummit.com/2008/

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