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RELi Resilience Action List v1.2.1

The RELi Resilience Action List Credit Catalog includes over 190 indicators and metrics for creating resilient communities, neighborhoods, buildings and homes.
© Capital Markets Partnership and The C3 Living Design Project

Keywords: Resilience

Reference Brief
Resilience Action List & Credit Catalog
Principal lnvestigator:
Douglas Pierce, AIA, LEED® FellowTM
PILOT VERSION 1.2.1


WelcometoRELi. (say“rely”) RELi is a comprehensive response to the urgent need for resilience in
design and planning. Sustaining a reasonable level of safety and quality in our day-to-day lives now requires that we collectively respond to weather extremes, economic disruptions, and resource depletions that are becoming commonplace globally, regionally, and locally. Resilience involves interactive social, economic, and environmental elements
that respond to both acute short-term and systemic long-term topics related to the well-being of our society and planet. We hope your exploration of RELi yields actionable measures that are truly salient to your project, community, or organization.
NAVIGATING YOUR WAY THROUGH RELi
We suggest starting with the “How to Use RELi” section, then move on to reading the RELi Resilience Action List. After reading through the Resilience Action List, skim through the Credit Catalog. Once you are familiar with the RELi requisites and credits, work back and forth between the Credit Catalog and the Project Tally spreadsheet to develop Basic, Advanced, and Revolutionary level resiliency scenarios for your project.
PLEASE NOTE: RELi is in its pilot phase. The Credit Catalog is an abbreviated version of the RELi National Consensus Standard. Points have not yet been allocated for specific credits. We recommend using the Project Tally spreadsheet as a tracking tool, not a scoring tool.
PILOT V1.2.1 – 06.05.2017: Modifications to primary usage of ‘Resiliency’ and ‘Resilience’ for dialectic harmonization with industry norms (non-substantive revisions).
Previous Pilot Versions: V1.2 – 05.02.2017: Non-Substantive Revisions, V1.1 – 05.02.2015: Format Revisions, V1.0 – 12.01.2014: Initial Pilot, V1.0 – 08.29.2014: Public Review
ON THE COVER: Living With Water, Fort Point’s Living Basin, Boston, Massachusetts
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Using RELi 5
Resilient Design Pattern 6
Consensus Standard 7
About RELi 8 Use Agreement 9 Working with the RELi Action List & Credit Catalog 10
RELi RESILIENCE ACTION LIST 15
RELi CREDIT CATALOG 19 Panoramic Approach 20 Panoramic Approach to Planning, Design, Maintenance, & Operations 22 Expanded Integrative Process 23
Risk Adaptation & Mitigation for Acute Events 24
Hazard Preparedness 26 Hazard Adaptation & Mitigation 28
Comprehensive Adaptation & Mitigation for a Resilient Present & Future 34
Community Cohesion, Social, & Economic Vitality 36 Productivity, Health, & Diversity 40 Energy, Water, & Food 46 Materials & Artifacts 50
Applied Creativity & Contextual Factors for Resilient Present & Future 54
Applied Creativity, Innovation, & Exploration
56
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Living With Water, Fort Point’s Living Basin, Boston, Massachusetts
Sea level rise implications for the Greater Boston region are significant, as a substantial percentage of these communities not only are bound by water but were also built on former marshlands which are susceptible to instability when saturated with water. Some or all of these areas may well be flooded twice daily during high
tide by the end of the century, and more frequently during severe storms in the coming years. Strategies were developed that create social and ecological assets out of living flood infrastructure. They tune new development to the cycles of the sea. They provide existing owner’s models for retrofitting and developing assets in ways that add social, cultural, environmental, and economic value. Living in water. Living near water. Living with water.
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Using RELi
Welcome to the RELi Reference Brief.
RELI IS COMPRISED OF THREE BASIC PARTS:
1. The RELi Resilience Action List
A two page summary of the RELi Credit Catalog
2. The RELi Credit Catalog
A comprehensive selection of resilient + living design measures
3. The RELi Project Tally (download at C3 Living Design Project, in the RELi section)
An Excel spreadsheet for tracking project resilient, living design scenarios
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The Resilient Design Pattern
Resilient Design pursues buildings and communities that are shock-resistant, healthy, adaptable, and regenerative through a combination of diversity, foresight, and the capacity for self-organization and learning. Resilience is one of the five metapatterns that make up design inspired by ecology, sociology, and biology. We call this inclusive approach to problem solving and creative innovation, Living Design.
THE 5 INTERWOVEN LIVING DESIGN PATTERNS
01 02 03 04 05
Resilience
Adapt
Shock-Resistant & Flexible
Restoration
Repair
Revitalize after Damage
Regeneration
Replenish
Self-Reconstructing & Producing
Sustainability
Endure
Maintain Capacity & Potential
Wellness
Thrive
Multi-Dimensional Vitality
Living Design has five metapatterns. Each pattern has its own area of focus. Each pattern embodies the other patterns.
Graphics + Living Design Concept courtesy of the C3 Living Design Project


Consensus Standard
RELi is a National Consensus Standard democratically developed through the Capital Markets Partnership, Washington, D.C. It was distributed for public review and comment in August of 2014 and unanimously approved by consensus vote on December 1, 2014.
THE RELI DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE:
Principal Investigator, Doug Pierce, Co-Chair AIA Minnesota COTE Janice Barnes, Perkins+Will
Thomas Domitrovich, Eaton Corporation Kristen Sullivan, Deloitte Consulting John Williams, Impact Infrastructure
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About RELi
RELi integrates a comprehensive package
of resiliency criteria with the latest in proven design methods for developing next-generation communities, neighborhoods, buildings, homes, and infrastructure. This Action List is a resource included in the RELi Green + Resilient Property Underwriting Standard and developed through a National Consensus process formally recognized by the American National Standards Association (ANSI).
WHO DEVELOPED RELi?
The RELi Resilience Action List was developed through the generous participation of professionals, experts and graduate students at
the following organizations: C3 Living Design,
The Capital Markets Partnership’s National
Safety & Resiliency Committee, AREA Research, Perkins+Will and the University of Minnesota School of Architecture. A wide range of experts and institutions participated in development during the Fall 2014 RELi public comment
period (technically named the “Safety &
Resiliency Underwriting Standard Amendment”) administered by The Institute for Market Transformation to Sustainability (MTS) located
in Washington, D.C. MTS is an ANSI accredited standards developer following the ANSI approved National Consensus Process. The Principal Investigator for the RELi Acton List and Catalog is Douglas Pierce, AIA, LEED Fellow.
We hope you will join us in taking an important step towards creating not only a restorative and regenerative world, but one that is also resilient by using the RELi Resilience Action List to guide your projects.
WHY A LIST?
Atul Gawande, Harvard surgeon and author of “The Checklist Manifesto” offers a TED Talk perspective
on the use of lists. (Fast forward
to minute 13:00)
WHAT IS RESILIENCE?
The following definition of resilience has guided our selection of metrics and measures for inclusion in the RELi Resilience Action List and Catalog: Resilient Design pursues Buildings and Communities that are shock- resistant, healthy, adaptable and regenerative through a combination of diversity, foresight and the capacity for self-organization and learning. A Resilient Society can withstand shocks and rebuild itself when necessary. It requires humans to embrace their capacity
to anticipate, plan and adapt for the future.
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Use Agreement
FOR THIS DOCUMENT AND THE RELi ACTION LIST + CREDIT CATALOG
Thank you for considering RELi as a source of design inspiration for more resilient communities, buildings, homes, and infrastructure. Use of the RELi Resilience Action List implies that the user understands and accepts the following: the RELi Action List & Credit Catalog was developed to elevate the potential for living design and comprehensive resilience above common practice in communities, building, homes and infrastructure; however, the use of RELi does not and cannot guarantee safety or resilience. Use of the information is voluntary. The contents are provided ‘as is’ and they could contain typographical errors or technical inaccuracies. Reliance on the content should only be undertaken after you have independently verified the accuracy, completeness and timeliness for any given project.
The RELi developers and participants make
no representations or warranties, expressed or implied, of any kind with respect to this Action List or its contents. The RELi committee cannot and does not warranty or guarantee the safety, resilience or fitness of the RELi requisites, credits or measures for specific projects, organizations
or individuals using this Action List. Neither RELi nor any participants will be liable for damages that may develop arising out of or in connection with the use of this Action List.
The RELi Action List requisites and credits identified as ‘Tangible’ offer the most readily
measurable economic return to projects and they are explicitly identified as value-added elements.
This RELi Action List + Credit Catalog Reference Brief document carries a Creative Commons Plus © Copyright License that allows for sharing of this document with attribution. The license does not allow for the distribution of derivatives.
A conventional © copyright applies to all other RELi related documents that do not include a Creative Commons statement including, but not limited to the
RELi Standard(s).
Sharing: Users may share, copy, and redistribute the material in any medium or format.
Attribution: You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.
No Derivatives: If you remix, transform, or build the material, you may not distribute the modified material.
Special Privileges: The following entities have special privileges relating to the use of RELi and this document: C3 Living Design · Capital Markets Partnership · UMN Arch 8561 · AREA Research · Perkins+Will.
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Working with the RELi Resilience Action List & Credit Catalog
The RELi Resilience Action List complements and expands on popular, leadership sustainable rating systems such as LEED,® Envision® and Living Building Challenge. RELi’s formatting is intentionally similar to that of LEED, making it quickly recognizable by thousands of professionals. Knowledge and experience with any of the leadership sustainable design programs
will be valuable in working with RELi.
RELi contains newly developed resilience requisite and credit criteria publicly reviewed in 2014. RELi also references existing measures from LEED, LBC, Envision, 2030 Palette, The Fortified Standards, AASHE Stars, FEMA, Minnesota B3, The American Red Cross Ready Rating Program and more. The technique of referencing other guidelines, measures and metrics is commonly used by consensus standards, including LEED.
RELi is designed in a menu format
with basic requirements that stretch the status quo while being inclusive and achievable by most projects. To maintain the upward movement of green metrics, measures that far exceed the basic requirements are included and if selected, they set aspirational goals
that can collectively establish revolutionary potential in projects and design teams.
RELi includes a rating system calculator (Project Tally) that is similar to other leadership
®
systems such as LEED or SMaRT. Points have
not yet been allocated to Credits. Scoring criteria and point allocation for credits will be established during the RELi Pilot Phase. Credits can be treated like menu items and each is optional, though a minimum score will be established to meet various ratings levels. Prerequisites are required and not optional.
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Living Systems + Pattern Thinking:
RELi’s inclusive, yet robust approach to resilient design couples a comprehensive Action List & Credit Catalog with living systems-oriented pattern thinking (simultaneously considering multiple elements and their interactive relationships within a holistic context to achieve salient, living solutions). RELi requisites and selected project credits act as 'sub-patterns' or 'elements' that are selectively combined to make up larger 'system patterns'. In-turn, system patterns act as subpatterns that nest together making up a projects even larger 'master pattern' or 'system-parti'. The interactive relationships between subpatterns and system patterns can be difficult to see and quantify, however, relationships are what bring a project to life, making it truly resilient.
WHAT IS SYSTEMS THINKING? 5-Minute Video “A Systems Story”
WANT MORE INFORMATION ON LIVING SYSTEMS + PATTERN THINKING? Visit C3LivingDesign.org’s “The Living Design Approach”
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Working with the RELi Resilience Action List & Credit Catalog (continued)
RECOMMENDED PROCESS
RELi invites teams to iteratively develop a vision and design drivers for their project by going back and forth between the project goals, opportunities and the Action List & Credit Catalog. Once a list of likely actions is identified, we recommend developing rapid prototypes and using whole system scenarios that test those actions within the design context. The project designers, inventors and creators use what is learned from each prototyping session to influence the next prototype or scenario. The process forms a series of ‘feedback’ loops allowing the team to amend the action list [patterns or elements] and leverage that list to integratively achieve higher levels of performance. This works best by creating opportunities within the design process to add, delete, or swap elements + patterns [credits] in and out as a way to develop the most resilient system(s).
Systems Thinking is essential to resilient living designers and planners. A range of talented people are working with applied systems thinking. Here are 2 examples:
WHAT IS A WHOLE SYSTEMS SCENARIO?
Dawn Danby at Autodesk applies “whole systems thinking” to design a clothes dryer in this entertaining 6-minute video.
SYSTEMS PROTOTYPING WITH ELEMENTS + PATTERNS [CREDITS]
This 9-minute TED video “Got a Wicked Problem?” with Tom Wujec offers an intuitive design approach connecting + organizing
nodes [elements] into patterns.
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Teams can use the RELi Project Tally Sheet to identify credits [elements + patterns] for inclusion in their project. Points have not yet been allocated to credits, so we suggest that teams simply place a [1] in credits they plan to pursue. T
Projects are encouraged to develop three RELi Action List scenarios that raise the BAR on resilience, moving from (1) Basic to (2) Advanced to (3) Revolutionary. Credits that are of interest to a project, but warrant further thought before identifying them for a project’s scenario BAR can be parked in the “Bike Rack” for later consideration.
Projects can be developed as a Structure (with the primary focus at the
building or home scale) or as a Community project (with the primary focus
being at the neighborhood, district, campus or urban planning scale). The “S” or “C” signifies if an item applies primarily to the Structure and / or Community scale. Scale jumping (bridging across geometric + spatial size differences) is encouraged and many projects are likely to utilize credits from both scales.
The RELi Project Tally sheet can be downloaded from the RELi homepage at C3 Living Design.
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Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Charlestown, Massachusetts
The Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, a project that began in 2005 and opened in 2013, was a catalyst for our research into resilience. Built on a low-lying brownfield site, the project takes into account future climate changes and resulting risks, like
sea level rise. It’s the first building on the Boston waterfront to voluntarily raise the elevation of its ground floor in anticipation of sea level rise and storm surges. Unlike most buildings, critical mechanical and electrical infrastructure is located on the roof, well above flood levels.
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RELi Resilience Action List
For Communities, Buildings, Homes, and Infrastructure
The Action List is a two page summary of the RELi Requisite & Credit Catalog. The multiple sub-requisites and sub-credits that make up the RELi “Poly- Requisites” and “Poly-Credits” are not listed in the Action List. This makes the summary faster to read and easier to absorb than a review of the entire catalog. We recommend reading the Action List before moving onto the Credit Catalog.
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DEFINITIONS Community
Applies to organizations, neighborhoods, districts, infrastructure, urban, and campus projects.
Points
Points have not been allocated
and will be established as part of the RELi Pilot Phase.
Poly-Reqs + Poly-Credits Contain sub-requisites and credits.
Sub-requisites are required. Sub-credits are optional.
Reference
The RELi Credit Catalog is inclusive
and comprehensive, drawing from multiple leadership sources.
Structure
Applies to buildings, homes and artifacts.
Tangible Value
If “Y” (yes), the requisite or credit
is a line-item in the RELi Green & Resilient Finance Standards.
SC
SC
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 5
Poly-Credit 6
Poly-Credit 7
Poly-Credit 8
PANORAMIC APPROACH
PA PANORAMIC APPROACH TO PLANNING, DESIGN, MAINTENANCE, & OPERATIONS
S C Req 1 Study: Project Short-Term Hazard Mitigation and Adaptation Needs Including Climate Required Y RELi
S C Req 2 Integrative Process, Development & Community Stakeholder Involvement Required Y IP | LEED | Envision
SC
SC
Poly-Req 3
Poly-Credit 1
Commissioning & Long-Term Monitoring / Maintenance Required Y LEED | Envision
Business & Community Case Analysis, Post-Development Evaluation and Reporting TBD Varies
S C Credit 2 Establish a Sustainability & Resiliency Management System TBD Envision
S C Credit 3 Address Conflicting Regulations & Policies TBD Envision
S C Credit 4 Third Party Leadership & Next Generation Certifications and Programs TBD RELi
Credits 5-8 Below Expand the Integrative Process Required by Requisite 2 Above
Study & Design for By-Product & Underutilization Synergies TBD Adapted - Envision
Study & Design for Improved Project Element & Infrastructure Integration TBD Adapted - Envision
Study & Design for Long-Term Adaptability, Diversity & Redundancy TBD RELi
Study & Living Design for Advanced Resiliency Using a Diversity of Ecology-Based Perspectives TBD RELi
RISK ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR ACUTE EVENTS
HP HAZARD PREPAREDNESS
S C Req 1 Fundamental Emergency Planning & Preparedness for Common Hazardous Events Required Y RELi
S C Req 2 Fundamental Access To: First Aid, Emergency Supplies, Water, Food, Communications Required Y RELi
SC
Poly-Credit 1
Enhanced Emergency Planning for Common Hazards & Extreme Events TBD Y RELi
S C Credit 2 Enhanced Access: Emergency Care & Supplies, Water, Food, Communications TBD Y RELi
SC
Poly-Credit 3
Additional Emergency Provisions For the Community & for Longer Timeframes TBD Y RELi
S C Credit 4 Community Education: Authentic Dialogues on Ever-Increasing Weather, Safety & Resiliency Risks TBD RELi
HA HAZARD ADAPTATION & MITIGATION
S C Req 1 Sites of Avoidance & Repair: 500-Year Flood Plain, Storm Surge & Sea Rise Required Y RELi S C Req 2 Fundamental Emergency Operations: Back-Up Power & Operations Required Y RELi
S C Req 3 Fundamental Emergency Operations: Thermal Safety During Emergencies Required Y RELi
S C Req 4 Safer Design for Extreme Weather, Wildfire & Seismic Events Required Y Fortified
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 2
Poly-Credit 3
Poly-Credit 4
Poly-Credit 5
Poly-Credit 6
Adaptive Design for Extreme Rain, Sea Rise, Storm Surge & Extreme Weather, Events & Hazards TBD Y RELi
Advanced Emergency Operations: Back-Up Power, Operations, Thermal Safety & Operating Water TBD Y RELi
Passive Thermal Safety, Thermal Comfort & Lighting Design Strategies TBD Y 2030 Palette
Transit & Transportation System Protection & Continuous Operations TBD Y RELi
Provide Environmental Protection & Remediation for Parks & Preserves TBD RELi
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NUMBER
POINTS TANGIBLE VALUE
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SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
Poly-Req 1
Poly-Credit 1
Poly-Credit 2
Poly-Credit 3
Poly-Credit 4
Poly-Credit 5
Poly-Credit 6
Poly-Credit 7
Poly-Credit 8
Poly-Req 2
Poly-Credit 1
Poly-Credit 2
Poly-Credit 6
COMPREHENSIVE ADAPTATION + MITIGATION FOR A RESILIENT PRESENT + FUTURE
CV COMMUNITY COHESION, SOCIAL & ECONOMIC VITALITY
Improve Community Quality of Life Required Envision
Incorporate Important Community Views and Aspects of Local Landscape TBD Envision
Community Connectivity: Walkability, Public Transit, Non-Motorized Transit TBD Y LEED V4
Community Connectivity: Mixed-Use Commercial, Housing & Public / Community Space TBD Y LEED | RELi
Expand Citizen Participation: Public Amenities, Councils, Organizations, Communication TBD RELi
Resilient Organizations: Cooperative & B-Corporation(s), Non-Profits & Social Equity Measures TBD RELi
Develop or Expand Local Skills, Capabilities & Long-Term Employment & Mix TBD Envision
Use Regionally Sourced & Manufactured Materials and Products TBD LEED | Envision
Stimulate Sustainable Growth and Development TBD Envision
SC
Poly-Req 1
PH PRODUCTIVITY, HEALTH & DIVERSITY
Minimum IAQ & Views to the Exterior Required Y LEED | RELi
Minimum Protection for Prime Habitat & Floodplain Functions Required Y LEED | Envision
Human PHD: Expanded IAQ, Daylight & Views, Fresh Air TBD Y LEED NC V4
Human PHD: Active Design for Buildings, Communities and Urban Environments TBD Active Design
S C Credit 3 Human PHD: Provide for Social Equity: Interdisciplinary / Intercultural Opportunities TBD RELi | Stars
SC
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 4
Poly-Credit 5
Poly-Credit 6
Human & Eco PHD: Reduce Pesticides, Prevent Surface & Groundwater Contamination TBD Y Envision
Ecological PHD: Protect Wetlands & Avoid Slopes and Adverse Geology TBD Y Envision
Ecological PHD: Biodiversity, Habitat & Soil TBD LEED | Envision
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
Poly-Req 1
Poly-Req 2
Poly-Credit 1
Poly-Credit 2
Poly-Credit 3
Poly-Credit 4
Poly-Credit 5
EW ENERGY, WATER & FOOD
Minimum Water Efficiency & Resilient Water and Landscapes Required Y LEED
Minimum Energy Efficiency & Atmospheric Impacts Required Y LEED
Plan For Rainwater Harvesting , Resilient Landscapes & Food Production TBD Y RELi
Plan the Site and Orientation For Sun & Wind Harvesting, Natural Cooling TBD Y Multiple
Water-Use Reduction, Near Zero / High-Efficiency Water Flows and Resilient Landscapes TBD Y LEED | RELi
Energy Optimization, Near Zero / Carbon Neutral, Net Zero, Net Positive Energy Flows TBD Y Multiple
Edible Landscaping, Urban Agriculture & Resilient Food Production TBD Y RELi
Reduced Site Environmental Impacts: Lighting, Heat-Island, Airborne Toxins TBD Y LEED | Envision
MA MATERIALS & ARTIFACTS
SC
Poly-Req 1
Minimum Material Effectiveness & Life Cycle Planning Required Multiple
S C Credit 1 Safer, Non-Toxic Materials (SMaRT or Equivalent Certified) TBD Y RELi
S C Credit 2 Material & Artifact Effectiveness: Full Life Cycle Design for Durability, Adaptability, Flexibility TBD Y Adapted - Autodesk S C Credit 3 Material & Artifact Effectiveness: Design for Disassembly, Reuse, Recycling & Composting TBD Y Adapted - AutoDesk
SC
Poly-Credit 4
Material Effectiveness: Use Recycled Content Materials, Salvaged Materials & Local Materials TBD LEED
S C Credit 5 Use Legally Logged Wood from Ecologically Managed Forests (FSC Certified) TBD Y RELi | LEED
S C Credit 6 Reduce Net Embodied Energy & Carbon, Water and Toxins TBD Y Adapted - LEED | SMART
SC
Poly-Credit 7
Divert Waste from Landfills, Reduce Excavated Soils Taken from Site TBD LEED | Envision
SC
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 1
Poly-Credit 2
Poly-Credit 3
APPLIED CREATIVITY AND CONTEXTURAL FACTORS FOR RESILIENCY
AC APPLIED CREATIVITY, INNOVATION & EXPLORATION
Applied Creativity in Resiliency & Integrative Design
Contextual Factors & Project Responsive Topics
Exemplary Performance
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Brownfield Opportunity Area Step 3, Kingston, New York
Located at the intersection of the Rondout Creek and the Hudson River, the Kingston waterfront has a storied industrial past prime for remediation and reimagining. Many sites have contamination issues and are prone to flooding and rising water levels. The actionable Final Brownfield Opportunity Area Plan includes transformational yet feasible ideas and implementation strategies which capitalize on existing assets and build towards a cohesive, connected, and vibrant waterfront.
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RELi Credit
Catalog
For Communities, Buildings, Homes, and Infrastructure
The Credit Catalog is a multiple-page listing of all requisites and credits included in the RELi Resilience Standard. The catalog includes a brief description of each requisite and credit uniquely developed for RELi. The full RELi Standard includes more complete descriptions and metrics. Requisites and credits, referenced from other leadership sources are provided with hyperlinks to their descriptions. Other sources include the Red Cross, LEED, Envision and more. We recommend selecting a balanced set of credits from each of the eight RELi categories
(PA, HP, HA, CV, PH, EW, MA, AC) as a way to develop project-specific resiliency scenarios. Projects can use the Project Tally spreadsheet to develop and track up to three project scenarios.
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PA Panoramic Approach
• Pre-Planning & Discovery • Systems Thinking Design
RISK ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR ACUTE EVENTS
COMPREHENSIVE ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR A RESILIENT PRESENT & FUTURE
APPLIED CREATIVITY & CONTEXTUAL FACTORS FOR RESILIENCY
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PA
Panoramic Approach
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DEFINITIONS
Community
Applies to organizations,
neighborhoods, districts, infrastructure, urban, and campus projects.
Points
Points have not been allocated
and will be established as part of the RELi Pilot Phase.
Poly-Reqs + Poly-Credits Contain sub-requisites and credits.
Sub-requisites are required. Subcredits are optional.
Reference
The RELi Credit Catalog is inclusive
and comprehensive, drawing from multipleleadership sources.
Structure
Applies to buildings, homes and artifacts.
Tangible Value
If “Y” (yes), the requisite or credit
is a line-item in the RELi Green & Resilient Finance Standards.
SC
SC
Req 3.3
Credit 1.1 Select One
Credit 1.2
PANORAMIC APPROACH
PA PANORAMIC APPROACH TO PLANNING, DESIGN, MAINTENANCE, & OPERATIONS
S C Req 1 Study: Project Short-Term Hazard Mitigation and Adaptation Needs Including Climate Required Y RELi
S C Req 2 Integrative Process, Development & Community Stakeholder Involvement Required Y IP | LEED | Envision
SC
SC
Poly-Req 3 Commissioning & Long-Term Monitoring / Maintenance Required LEED | Envision
Req 3.1
Req 3.2
Fundamental Commissioning Y LEED NC V4
SC
Building Level Metering Y LEED NC V4
Enhanced Commissioning & Monitor Based (LEED Credit Path 2) Y LEED NC V4
SC
Req 3.4
Plan for Long-Term Monitoring and Maintenance [Envision 2.0 LD3.1 Conserving Level] Y Envision
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 1 Business & Community Case Analysis, Post-Development Evaluation and Reporting Varies
Business Case RELi
SC
Comprehensive Business Case RELi
Health Impact Assessment (HIA) RELi
Follow guidance provided by U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC). The project HIA should address the triple bottom line of Economics, Environment and Equity. Update during design and after occupancy based on actual building performance.
Credit 1.3
Local & Regional Economic and Socio-Economic Equity Study NEF / JUST
Evaluate the Project Based on the NEF Local and Non-Local Sourcing Model + the JUST Social Justice Label.
NEF Sustainable Local Economy Analysis
JUST Social Justice Label
SC
Credit 1.4
Post-Development Evaluation & Reporting RELi
Perform a Post-Occupancy Evaluation covering: Image, Comfort, Serviceability, Operational Management, Physical Systems (lighting, heating, ventilation + acoustics), Environmental Systems (Energy, Water + CO2), Resiliency (adaptability, durability, system diversity + redundancy).
S C Credit 2 Establish a Sustainability & Resiliency Management System Envision
S C Credit 3 Address Conflicting Regulations & Policies Y Envision
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Credits 4-7 Below Expand the Integrative Process Required by Requisite 2 Above.
SC
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 4 Study + Design for By-Product & Underutilization Synergies Adapted - Envision
Credit 4.2
Credit 4.2
Part 1 - Study: Explore Potential By-Product & Utilization Synergies Relevant to the Projects Adapted: Envision
Part 2 - Design: Develop and Execute Strategies from the Opportunities Studied in Part 1 Y Adapted: Envision
Capture for use underutilized, undervalued or wasted resources including but not limited to energy, water, structures, sanitation, food, transportation, community common space, amenities, services, and resources.
SC
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 5 Study & Design for Improved Project Element & Infrastructure Integration Adapted - Envision
Credit 5.1
Credit 5.2
Part 1 - Study: Explore Improved Infrastructure & Element Integration Relevant to the Project Adapted: Envision
Part 2 - Design: Develop and Execute Strategies from the Opportunities Studied in Part 1 Y Adapted: Envision
Utilize interlocking, diverse systems to optimize resource use, including but not limited to energy, water, buildings and structures, sanitation, food, transportation, community common space, amenities, services, and resources.
SC
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 6 Study + Design for Long-Term Adaptability, Diversity, & Redundancy RELi
Credit 6.1
Credit 6.2
Part 1 - Study: Explore Opportunities for Long-Term Adaptability Relevant to the Project RELi
Part 2 - Design: Develop and Execute Strategies from the Opportunities Studied Y RELi
Utilize adaptability, diversity, redundancy, shock resistance, optimization, efficiency and interlocking systems to improve resilience over multiple timelines: crisis, near-term, and long-term. Consider extreme weather and regional crisis risks, increasing ambient temperatures, sea level rise and flood intensity, water/ food / energy and climate security, transportation access, community cohesion, and local self-reliance.
SC
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 7 Study & Living Design for Advanced Resiliency using a diversity of ecology based perspectives RELi
Credit 7.1
Credit 7.2
Part 1 - Study: Explore Opportunities for Advanced Resiliency RELi
Part 2 - Design Execution: Develop and Execute Strategies from the Opportunities Studied Y RELi
Develop wholistic, living design scenarios that work across system scales (site, community, and region), realms (social, economic, and environmental) and timelines (crisis, short-term, and long-term) using a mix of ecology-based lenses such as Green, Sustainable, Resilient, Restorative & Regenerative, Healthy, Just, Net-Zero / Net-Positive, Living.
S C Credit 8 Third Party Leadership & Next Generation Certifications and Programs Y RELi
Leadership Programs are developed using a democratic, consensus processes incorporating the opinions of a truly diverse set of stakeholders are best. They require and promote elevated levels of performance. Next Generation Programs encourage very high-levels of performance.
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PANORAMIC APPROACH
Risk Adaptation & Mitigation for Acute Events
• HP Hazard Preparedness
• HA Hazard Adaptation & Mitigation
COMPREHENSIVE ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR A RESILIENT PRESENT & FUTURE
APPLIED CREATIVITY & CONTEXTUAL FACTORS FOR RESILIENCY
Rapidly Deployable Health Clinic (RDoC), San Francisco, California 24 RELi Resilience Action List & Credit Catalog / v.1.2
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HP
Hazard Preparedness
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DEFINITIONS
Community
Applies to organizations,
neighborhoods, districts, infrastructure, urban, and campus projects.
Points
Points have not been allocated
and will be established as part of the RELi Pilot Phase.
Poly-Reqs + Poly-Credits Contain sub-requisites and credits.
Sub-requisites are required. Sub-credits are optional.
Reference
The RELi Credit Catalog is inclusive
and comprehensive, drawing from multiple leadership sources.
Structure
Applies to buildings, homes and artifacts.
Tangible Value
If “Y” (yes), the requisite or credit
is a line-item in the RELi Green & Resilient Finance Standards.
SC
Credit 1.1
RISK ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR ACUTE EVENTS
HP HAZARD PREPAREDNESS
S C Req 1 Fundamental Emergency Planning & Preparedness for Common Hazardous Events Required Y RELi
Implement a Fundamental Common Hazards Emergency Preparedness Plan for the facility using the American Red Cross SMB (Small Business) Prepared Playbook.
Implement Common Hazards Emergency Planning for: Fire, Hazardous Material Incidents, Technological Emergencies, Critical Business Systems, Communications and Community Outreach. Based on geographic location include: Wildfire, Floods and Flashfloods, Hurricanes, Tornadoes, Severe Winter Storms and Earthquakes.
S C Req 2 Fundamental Access to: First Aid, Emergency Supplies, Water, Food, Communications Required Y RELi
SC
Poly-Credit 1
Provide a First Aid Kit: Meet OHSA and ANSI NSI Z308.1-2003 Minimum Requirements, include the items listed in the ANSI standard and items recommended by the Red Cross.
Provide First Aid Training and CPR Training for at least 10-15% of staff for First Aid and CPR.
Provide 96 hours of emergency supplies including water and food. Compressed food bars are ok. Emergency Sanitation. Min: 5 gal pals w/ heavy duty plastic bags for waste and sanitary wipes / gel.
Fundamental Communication: One telephone land-line; text messaging; emergency alert radio; walkie-talkies. Options to a telephone landline include Satellite Phone, CB Radio, HAM Radio.
Enhanced Emergency Planning for Common Hazards & Extreme Events RELi
Enhanced Emergency Planning for Common Hazards & Extreme Events Y RELi
Achieve an American Red Cross Ready Rating Program "Strong Preparedness" level.
Follow the Planning Process Steps and Considerations in FEMA Guide 141, Emergency Management Guide for Business and Industry; "Hazard-Specific Information" see page 51.
Develop an Evacuation Plan. Post maps and procedures.
Plan and provide training and supplies for Shelter-In-Place strategies.
Map Hazardous Materials locations using EPA tools and provide planning for incidents
Planning for Radiological Events (Nuclear Reactor Incidents). For facilities and communities within 50 Miles of a Nuclear Power Plant / Reactor: Obtain Potassium Iodide (KI) kits and / or tables w/ use directions from health authorities. Within a 20 miles: Develop an Emergency Preparedness plan and educate facility and community occupants. .
Plan for Discordant Action Emergencies (Civil Disturbance): Civil and Authority
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Credit 1.1
Project Organization Actively Participates in or Starts a United We Serve Team Y RELi
Self-organize a United We Serve Community Renewal - Community Preparedness Team using the Five Steps on the United We Serve website.
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S C Credit 2 Enhanced Access: Emergency Care & Supplies, Water, Food, Communications Y RELi
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Provide Automated External Defibrillators.
Stockpile essential emergency care supplies not included in the fundamental First Aid Kit. Address Hazards specific to the project location and the occupant special needs.
Provide and maintain First Aid, CPR and AED training classes for at least 85% of occupants. Provide and maintain Certifications for at least 35% of Occupants.
Coordinate Emergency Response with local caregivers and provide enhanced on or near-site care. Sanitation: Provide Biodegradable and sanitizing compounds to encapsulate waste.
Provide Satellite Phone, CB or Ham Radio; Portable Emergency Lighting; Emergency Pack-Up Power for Communications and Portable Emergency Lighting.
Poly-Credit 3 Additional Emergency Provisions For the Community & for Longer Timeframes
SC
Credit 3.1
4 Days of Additional Provisions provided for the Community Y RELi
Provide water, food and sanitation for 2X the project occupancy. Compressed food bars are ok. Rotate food stock as required for freshness by donating older stock to food shelves prior to expiration.
SC
Credit 3.2
4 Days of Additional Provisions and Shelter Provided for the Community Y RELi
Provide water, food, sanitation and shelter for 2X project occupancy. Compressed food bars are ok. Rotate food stock as required for freshness by donating older stock to food shelves prior to expiration.
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Credit 3.3
10 Days of Additional Provisions Provided for the Community Y RELi
Provide water, food and sanitation for 2X the project occupancy. Compressed food bars are ok, however, provide low- glycemic and special-needs options. Rotate food stock as required for freshness by donating older stock to food shelves prior to expiration.
SC
Credit 3.4
10 Day of Additional Provisions and Shelter Provided for the Community Y RELi
Provide water, food, sanitation and shelter for 2X the project occupancy. Compressed food bars are ok, however, provide low- glycemic and special-needs options. Rotate food stock as required for freshness by donating older stock to food shelves
prior to expiration.
SC
Credit 3.5
10 Day of Additional Provisions Provided for the Facility(s) Occupants Y RELi
Provide water, food, sanitation and shelter. Compressed food bars are ok, however, provide low-glycemic and special-needs options. Rotate food stock as required for freshness by donating older stock to food shelves prior to expiration.
S C Credit 4 Community Education: Authentic Dialogues on Ever-Increasing Weather, Safety & Resiliency Risks RELi
Host and facilitate quarterly, no or very low cost education events open to the public covering safety and resiliency topics. Presentations should be provided by persons and organizations that are knowledgeable in the topic. The information is to include non-biased forecasts developed using the best available authentic science and data.
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PANORAMIC APPROACH
Risk Adaptation & Mitigation for Acute Events
• HP Hazard Preparedness
• HA Hazard Adaptation & Mitigation
COMPREHENSIVE ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR A RESILIENT PRESENT & FUTURE
APPLIED CREATIVITY & CONTEXTUAL FACTORS FOR RESILIENCY
Brownfield Opportunity Area Step 3, Kingston, New York 28 RELi Resilience Action List & Credit Catalog / v.1.2


HA
Hazard Adaptation
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DEFINITIONS
Community
Applies to organizations,
neighborhoods, districts, infrastructure, urban, and campus projects.
Points
Points have not been allocated
and will be established as part of the RELi Pilot Phase.
Poly-Reqs + Poly-Credits Contain sub-requisites and credits.
Sub-requisites are required. Sub-credits are optional.
Reference
The RELi Credit Catalog is inclusive
and comprehensive, drawing from multiple leadership sources.
Structure
Applies to buildings, homes and artifacts.
Tangible Value
If “Y” (yes), the requisite or credit
is a line-item in the RELi Green & Resilient Finance Standards.
RISK ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR ACUTE EVENTS
HA HAZARD ADAPTATION & MITIGATION
S C Req 1 Sites of Avoidance & Repair: 500-Year Flood Plain, Storm Surge & Sea Rise Required Y RELi
Flood Plains: Building on green field sites below the 500 year flood plain is not permitted. For previously developed locations located below the 500-year flood plain: Provide permanent flood control mitigation. Locate key functions and service areas above the 500-year flood plain.
Sea Level Rise: Avoid coastal zones inundated by 2'-6" of sea level rise and greater, or provide engineering solutions that offer the following: Projects complete by 2016: Protect areas inundated by more than 2’-6" and up to 3' sea level rise / 2018: More than 3' up to 4’ / 2020: More than 4’ up to 5’ / 2022+: More than 5’ up to 6’.
Storm Surge: Accounting for sea level rise, provide for a Category (2) hurricane w/minimal interruption to services provided by the facility and protect key functions from a Category (4) Hurricane (high-risk / mission critical projects accommodate Category (3) and (5) storms).
S C Req 2 Fundamental Emergency Operations: Back-Up Power & Operations Required Y RELi
Provide emergency back-up power, switching gear and / or power hookups and infrastructure for temporary generators & boilers. New Facilities: Locate above the 500-year flood plain. Existing facilities below 500-year flood plain: Develop a flood protection plan w/on-site modifications, supplies and infrastructure.
S C Req 3 Fundamental Emergency Operations: Thermal Safety During Emergencies Required Y RELi
Hot Seasons: Indoor temp. at or below outdoor temp. Cold Seasons: Interior building temp. above 50 deg. for up to 96 hrs. w/O grid supplied power / fuel (Hospitals 80 deg. max. heat index /60 deg. min.) And /OR provide a "Thermal
Safe Zone" for Shelter-in-Place Emergencies. Provide 20 SF min. of space per regular occupant. For Hospitals provide 30 SF of space per regular occupant.
S C Req 4 Safer Design for Extreme Weather, Wildfire & Seismic Events Required Y Fortified
Required Criteria: (All Projects): Electrical Surge Protection. (location or region-specific): Wildfire, Floods, Wind (Hurricane, High Wind, Tornado / Hail Areas), Hurricanes, Hail and Tornadoes, Severe Winter Storms, Earthquakes. Recommended Criteria: Fire Protection System and Monitored Burglary Alarm.
Follow the 2014 For ed for Safer Business Standard Design Criteria, Volume 1 and Appendices
The following Hazards apply to all structures and communities (criteria is abbreviated):
Interior Fires (Recommended): NFPA 13 fire protection system, fire alarm and detection, more.
Burglary (Recommended): Burglar-resistant door, window and hardware construction, theft protection plan, security
lighting, more.
Electrical Surge Protection: Screw-wired outlets, 80KA Surge protection, lightning protection based on geography.
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S C Req 4 (cont.) Safer Design for Extreme Weather, Wildfire & Seismic Events (continued) Required Y Fortified
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Poly-Credit 2
The following Hazards apply based on geographic location (criteria is abbreviated);
Iden fyRisksbyRegion:Ins tuteforBusiness&HomeSafetyOn-LineRiskLocatorbyZipCode(see"Discoverthe Risks You Face" at the bo om of the page)
Wildfire: Defensible space, vegetation management, roof coverings, fire-ember and heat-resistive construction, Class A fire-rated roofing, much more.
Floods: Meet FEMA building criteria, ASCE 24 foundation criteria; sewer check valve, elevated MEP, more. Wind: ASCE7 (or locally adjusted) basic wind speed plus 20 mph, more.
Hurricanes: Wind-borne debris protection for windows and openings; water intrusion resistant windows, doors and skylights; high wind-rated roof covering, steep sloped roof to have sealed roof deck.
Hail: Roofing to Meet FM, UL and ASTM testing per Fortified Standard, more.
Tornadoes: Tornado Shelter recommended meeting FEMA 320, FEMA 361 or ICC-500, more.
Severe Winter Storms: Snow loads 1.2 X ASCE 7, low-slope drains to have heat strips, more.
Earthquakes: 20% increase in mapped spectral response acceleration parameters, no construction on known faults, all tempered glass, much more.
Adaptive Design for Extreme Rain, Sea Rise, Storm Surge & Extreme Weather, Events & Hazards RELi
SC
Credit 2.1
Credit 3.3
Credit 3.4
Credit 3.5
Adaptive Design for Resilient Management of Extreme Rain Events Y RELi
Meet the 500-year flood plain criteria for requisite HA1 and provide for extreme rainwater events. Account for linear increases in extreme rain events over a 30-year period.
Base the increase on the Observed Change in Very Heavy Precipitation data available of the U.S. National Climate Assessment Report. Refer to figure 2.18.
Increase the amount of anticipated precipitation falling during a very heavy event by a factor of 1.45 times the observed change that has occurred over the past 54 years between 1958 and 2012.
U.S. National Climate Assessment Report. Change in Very Heavy Precipitation Figure 2.18
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SC
SC SC
SC
Credit 2.2
Adaptive Design for Sea Rise, Storm Surge Y RELi
Poly-Credit 3 Advanced Emergency Operations: Back-Up Power, Operations, Thermal Safety & Operating Water RELi
Credit 3.1 Credit 3.2
Advanced Emergency Operations: Back-Up Power & Operations: Critical Services, Lighting Y RELi Advanced Emergency Operations: Thermal Safety During Emergencies Y RELi
Advanced Emergency Operations: On-Site Water Storage for Operations Y RELi
Thermal Safety: Moderate to Large Cooling Center Y RELi
Thermal Safety: Advanced Cooling Center Y RELi
SC
Poly-Credit 4 Passive Thermal Safety, Thermal Comfort & Lighting Design Strategies 2030 Palette
SC
Credit 4.1
Landscape-based Passive Cooling Y 2030 Palette
Heat Island Mitigation
Parks
Street Width and Orientation Vegetative Cooling
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Credit 4.2
Passive Lighting Y 2030 Palette
Form for Daylighting Side Daylighting
Side Daylighting Controls Top Daylighting
Top Daylighting Controls Daylighting from Multiple Sides
Intermediate Light Shelves
SC
Credit 4.3
Passive Heating Y 2030 Palette
Form for Heating Direct-Gain: Glazing Clerestories and Skylights Direct-Gain Storage Thermal Storage Wall Indirect-Gain: Sunspace Solar Greenhouse
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
Credit 4.4
Credit 5.1
Credit 5.2
Credit 5.3
Credit 5.4
Passive Cooling Y 2030 Palette
Form for Cooling
Shading Devices
Solar Shading
East / West Shading
Cross Ventilation
Night Vent Cooling Evaporative Cooling Towers Double Roof
Cool Roof Building Facades
Poly-Credit 5 Transit & Transportation System Protection & Continuous Operations RELi
Protect Below-Ground System Vents and Entrances from Flooding Y RELi
Plan Systems for 500-Year Floods Y RELi
Plan Systems for Extreme Rain Events Y RELi
Provide Distributed Generation Power Sources Y RELi
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 6 Provide Environmental Protection & Remediation for Parks & Preserves RELi
Credit 6.1 Select One
Option 1: Develop Action Plans and Stow Needed Supplies On-Site for Flood Protection RELi
SC
SC
SC
Credit 6.2
Credit 6.3
Option 2: Protect, Restore and Develop Flood Protection (including natural systems) RELi
Provide Buffer Zones Protecting from Development and Supporting Bio-Diversity and Biophilia RELi
Provide Wildlife Corridors Between Parks and Preserves to Support Bio-Diversity and Biophilia RELi
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1st RELi Pilot Project Christus Spohn Hospital, located on the Gulf of Mexico in Corpus Christi, Texas
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PANORAMIC APPROACH
RISK ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR ACUTE EVENTS
Comprehensive Adaptation & Mitigation for a Resilient Present & Future
• CV Community Cohesion, Social & Economic Vitality
• PH Productivity, Health & Diversity • EW Energy, Water & Food
•MA Materials&Artifacts
APPLIED CREATIVITY & CONTEXTUAL FACTORS FOR RESILIENCY
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CV
Community Vitality
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DEFINITIONS
Community
Applies to organizations,
neighborhoods, districts, infrastructure, urban, and campus projects.
Points
Points have not been allocated
and will be established as part of the RELi Pilot Phase.
Poly-Reqs + Poly-Credits Contain sub-requisites and credits.
Sub-requisites are required. Sub-credits are optional.
Reference
The RELi Credit Catalog is inclusive
and comprehensive, drawing from multiple leadership sources.
Structure
Applies to buildings, homes and artifacts.
Tangible Value
If “Y” (yes), the requisite or credit
is a line-item in the RELi Green & Resilient Finance Standards.
COMPREHENSIVE ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR A RESIILIENT PRESENT & FUTURE
CV COMMUNITY COHESION, SOCIAL & ECONOMIC VITALITY
SC
Poly-Req 1 Improve Community Quality of Life Envision
SC
Select One
Option 1: Broad Community Alignment (Envision QL1.1 Superior Level) Required Envision
Option 2: Holistic Assessment and Collaboration (Envision QL1.1 Conserving Level) Envision
Credit 1.2
Option 3: Community Renaissance (Envision QL1.1 Restorative Level) Envision
SC
Poly-Credit 1 Incorporate Important Community Views and Aspects of Local Landscape Envision
Credit 1.1
Understanding and Balance - (Envision QL3.2 Improved Level / Required for this Credit) Envision
Alignment with Community Values - (Envision QL3.2 Enhanced Level / Required for this Credit) Envision
Option 1: Community Preservation and Enhancement - (Envision QL3.2 Superior Level) Envision
SC
Credit 1.3 Select One
Option 2: Community Connections and Collaboration - (Envision QL3.2 Conserving Level) Envision
Option 3: Restoration of Community and Character - (Envision QL3.2 Restorative Level) Envision
SC
S
Poly-Credit 2 Community Connectivity: Walkability, Public Transit, Non-Motorized Transit LEED V4
Credit 2.1
Surrounding Density & Diverse Uses (Option 1. Surrounding Density) Y LEED NC V4
S
S
S
C
Credit 2.2
Credit 2.3
Credit 2.4
Credit 2.5
Access to Quality Transit Y LEED NC V4
Bicycle Facilities Y LEED NC V4
Reduced Parking Footprint LEED NC V4
Preferred Location Y LEED NC V4
C
C
C
C
Credit 2.6
Credit 2.7
Credit 2.8
Credit 2.9
Access to Quality Transit Y LEED NC V4
Bicycle Facilities Y LEED NC V4
Walkable Streets Y LEED ND V4
Compact Development Y LEED ND V4
C
C
Credit 2.10
Credit 2.11
Connected and Open Community: Surrounding Connectivity (Case 1.) Y LEED ND V4
Connected and Open Community: Internal Connectivity (Case 2.) Y LEED ND V4
SC
Poly-Credit 3 Community Connectivity: Mixed-Use Commercial, Housing & Public / Community Space LEED | RELi
SC
Credit 3.1
Surrounding Density & Diverse Uses (LEED NC, Option 2. Diverse Uses) Y LEED BD+C V4
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Credit 3.2 Surrounding Density & Diverse Uses (RELi Resilient Use Categories) Y RELi
Locate and / or include within the project (1)+ of the following uses within a 0.5 mile walkable radious of the project entrance or project center.
Categories: Crisis + Health Services, Green Centric, Social Equity + Vitality
Crisis + Health Services
Provide a Small Emergency Shelter Space for Surrounding Facilities and Areas (Storm and / or Cooling Shelter)
Hospital or Emergency Clinic Health Clinic / Medical Clinics
Green-Focused Services
Natural food / Health Food Cooperative with Local + Organic Options
Garden Store / Nursery with Local + Organic Options
Restaurant with Local + Organic Options
Hardware Store with Tools + Products Made in the Country, Low-Emitting Products + FSC Wood Biofuel Stations
Resuse Retail Shops Repair Shops
Social Equity + Economic Vitality
Homeless Shelter
Affordable Housing
Cooperative Housing
Intergenerational Housing
Affordable Daycare / Cooperative Daycare Affordable Retail Space
Affordable Live / Workspace
Affordable Maker Space
Light Industrial, Assembly + Clean-Tech Manufacturing Research & Development Facilities
Co-Work Space
Retail (Consumer) Cooperative
Local, Independent Book Store
Credit Union
Other Compatible Uses
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Credit 3.3 Provide Community Access to Useful Space Y RELi
Provide community access to (1)+ useful spaces either free of charge or at nominal expense. Others can manage or operate the space. See Credit 4 for Management + Operation of Space + Resources.
Categories Include: Transportation, Knowledge + Society, Community Production, Communication
Transportation
Provide a Bus or Transit Shelter
Community Car + Bike Share Space(s)
Community Bike Repair Space and / or Day Stowage Space
Knowledge + Society
Community Meeting Room for at Least 8 People Community Education Space For at Least 12 People Community Information Library and / or Seed Library Community Useable Open Space
(For guidance see LEED ND V4 Access to Civic and Public Space)
Community Indoor / Outdoor Recreation Space
(For guidance see LEED ND V4 Access to Recreation Facilities)
Space for a Farmers Market / Community Support Agriculture (Exchange Space) (For guidance see LEED ND V4 Local Food Production, Option 3.)
Community Production
Community Garden Space
Community Work Space (indoor or covered) Community Tool Share Space
Community Resource Reuse / Swap Space
Kitchen Space - Available to the Community at Harvest Periods
Communications
Community Radio Space
Community Local Mesh Computer Network Hub
Facilities for Community New Letter Staff (space, furniture, phone, data, internet)
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Credit 3.4
Credit 3.5
Open Space Y LEED BD+C V4
Joint Use of Facilities Y LEED Schools V4
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SC
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Credit 3.6
Credit 3.7
Credit 3.8 Select One
Housing and Jobs Proximity Y LEED ND V4
Mixed-Use Neighborhoods Y LEED ND V4
Option 1: Access to Civic and Public Space Y LEED ND V4
Option 2: The 2030 Palette - Parks Swatch Y 2030 Palette
SC
Credit 3.9
Access to Recreation Facilities Y LEED ND v4
SC
SC
Credit 3.10
Access to Public Schools & Public Libraries Y RELi
Locate and / or include within the project a tuition-free public school or a free-access public library within a walk / bike distance of 1 mile or by transit within 3 miles.
SC
Poly-Credit 4 Expand Citizen Participation: Public Amenities, Councils, Organizations, Communication RELi
Credit 4.1
Public Amenities: Manage & Operate a Community Space & Resource RELi
Operate a community space and / or resource free of charge or at nominal expense. Others may provide the space used - see Credit CSE 3. Provide Community Access to Useful Space.
Categories Include: Transportation, Knowledge & Society, Community Production
SC
Credit 4.2
Actively Participate in Local Disaster Recovery Programs RELi
Actively participate in a Local, Regional or National Disaster Recovery Program(s) including but not limited to one organized under the National Recovery Framework.
SC
Credit 4.3
Actively Participate in a Local, Regional or National Groups & Organizations RELi
Actively participate in a Local, Regional or National groups, councils, government and other organization(s) that contribute primarily to the public commons, social commons and economic public good. If officially organized they should be not-for-profit and / or democratically governed with open participation.
SC
Credit 4.4
Organize and Develop a Community Communication Tool RELi
Manage or co-manage and operate a Community Communication Tool (radio, print and mesh networks). Others may provide the space used. See Credit CSE 3. Provide community access to useful space.
SC
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 5
Credit 5.1
Credit 5.2
Resilient Organizations: Cooperative & B-Corporation(s), Non-Profits & Social Equity Measures RELi
Develop a Resilient Organization: Producer / Consumer / Worker Cooperative Corporation, B-Corporation, Non-Profit Corporation RELi
Human PHD:Social Equity Within the Community LEED V4 Pilot Credit
SC
Credit 5.3
Credit 5.4
Human PHD:Social Equity Within the Supply Chain LEED V4 Pilot Credit
SC
Human PHD:Social Equity Within the Project Team LEED V4 Pilot Credit
SC
Poly-Credit 6 Develop or Expand Local Skills, Capabilities & Long-Term Employment & Mix Envision
SC
Select One
Option 1: Hire Locally - (Envision QL1.3 Enhance Level) Envision
Option 2: Specific Skills Outreach - (Envision QL1.3 Superior Level) Envision
Option 3: Local Capacity Development - (Envision QL1.3 Conserving Level) Envision
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SC
Option 4: Long-Term Competitiveness - (Envision QL1.3 Restorative Level) Envision
Poly-Credit 7 Use Regionally Sourced & Manufactured Materials and Products LEED | Envision
Credit 7.1
Regional Materials LEED MRc5 LEED V2009
SC
SC
Credit 7.2 Select One
Option 1: Regional Materials - 60% Soils, Aggregates & Materials (Envision RA1.1 Enhanced Level) Envision
Option 2: Regional Materials - 95% Soils, Aggregates & Materials (Envision RA1.1 Conserving Level) Envision
Poly-Credit 8 Stimulate Sustainable Growth and Development Envision
SC
Select One
Option 1: Improve Local Productivity - (Envision QL1.2 Superior Level) Envision
Option 2: Business and People Attractiveness - (Envision QL1.2 Conserving Level) Envision
Option 3: Developmental Rebirth - (Envision QL1.2 Restorative Level) Envision
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PANORAMIC APPROACH
RISK ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR ACUTE EVENTS
Comprehensive Adaptation & Mitigation for a Resilient Present & Future
• CV Community Cohesion, Social & Economic Vitality
• PH Productivity, Health & Diversity
• EW Energy, Water & Food •MA Materials&Artifacts
APPLIED CREATIVITY & CONTEXTUAL FACTORS FOR RESILIENCY
Lake Calhoun-Harriet Park Master Plan, Minneapolis, Minnesota 40 RELi Resilience Action List & Credit Catalog / v.1.2


PH
Productivity, Health, & Diversity
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SC
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Req 2.3
Req 2.4
Credit 1.1
Credit 1.2
Credit 1.4
COMPREHENSIVE ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR A LIVING PRESENT & FUTURE
PH PRODUCTIVITY, HEALTH, & DIVERSITY
SC
SC
Poly-Req 1 Minimum IAQ & Views to the Exterior Required LEED | RELi
Req 1.1
Minimum Indoor Air Quality Performance Required Y LEED NC V4
SC
Req 1.2
Environmental Tobacco Smoke Control Required Y LEED NC V4
SC
SC SC
SC
Req 1.3
Req 2.1
Req 2.2
Low-Emitting Materials Required Y LEED NC V4
Req 1.4
Views to Exterior for 25% of Occupied Space Required Y Adapted LEED NC 2009
Adapt LEED NC V2009 Credit 8.1 Criteria: Sightline 30 to 90 Inches Above the Floor
Poly-Req 2 Minimum Protection for Prime Habitat & Floodplain Functions LEED | Envision
Construction Activity Pollution Prevention Required LEED BD+C V4
SC
Preserve Prime Habitat (Adapted: Envision NW1.1 Superior Performance Level) Required Adapted Envision Prime Habitat as Defined by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)
Preserve Prime Farmland (Envision NW1.3 Superior Performance Level - 95% Protection) Required Envision
Preserve Floodplain Functions (Envision NW1.3 Improved Performance - Avoid or Mitigate Impacts) Required Envision
SC
Poly-Credit 1 Human PHD: Expanded IAQ, Daylight & Views, Fresh Air LEED NC V4
Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies Y LEED NC V4
S
Interior Lighting Y LEED NC V4
S
Credit 1.3
Daylight Y LEED NC V4
Quality Views Y LEED NC V4
S
Credit 1.5
Acoustic Performance Y LEED NC V4
SC
Poly-Credit 2 Human PHD: Active Design for Buildings, Communities and Urban Environments Active Design
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Credit 2.1
Active Design for Buildings (Design of Stairs, Walk-Routes, Exercise & Outdoor Access) Active Design
Include a minimum of (2) line-items from (2) or more Checklist Categories.
Active Design for Buildings Checklist
Active Design | Building Categories:
Designating Stairs for Everyday Use Prominent Stair Location and Visibility Stair Dimensions that Encourage Use Appealing Stair Environment
Visible Stair Prompts
Elevators and Escalators as Secondary Vertical Transport Methods Building Programming that Supports Physical Activity
Appealing and Supportive Walking Routes
Buildings Facilities that Support Exercise
Building Exteriors and Massing that Encourage Outdoor Use
C
Credit 2.2
Active Design for Community Groups (Transit, Recreation, Green Space, Healthy Food) Active Design
Include a minimum of (2) line-items from (2) or more Guideline Categories.
Active Design for Community Groups Guideline
Active Design | Community Group Categories:
Active Transportation Supporting Pedestrians
Supporting Bicyclists Active Recreation
Active Buildings
Green Space and Nature Healthy Foods and Beverages
C
Credit 2.3
Active Design for Urban Environments (Landuse Mix, Transit / Bikes, Open Space, Food, Streetscape) Active Design
Include a minimum of (2) line-items from (2) or more CDA Checklist Categories.
Active Design for Urban Environments Checklist
Active Design | Urban Environment Categories:
Land Use Mix
Transit and Parking
Parks, Open Spaces, and Recreational Facilities Children's Play Areas
Public Plaza's
Grocery Sales and Fresh Produce
Street Connectivity
Traffic Calming
Designing Pedestrian Pathways
Programming Streetscapes
Bicycle Networks and Connectivity
Bikeways
Bicycling Infrastructure
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SC
SC
Credit 3
Credit 5.1
Credit 5.2
Human PHD: Provide for Social Equity: Interdisciplinary / Intercultural Opportunities RELi | Stars
Provide any combination of (3) or more diverse, multi-lingual and / or multi-disciplinary communication, amenity and / or policy actions related to the facility or community infrastructure, operations + administration.
Diverse, Multi-Lingual & Multi-Disciplinary Action List:
SC
Credit 4.2 Select One
1. Provide diverse, multi-lingual and / or multi-disciplinary signage and communication.
2. Display diverse, multi-lingual and / or multi-disciplinary art, artifacts and symology.
3. Display diverse, multi-lingual and / or multi-disciplinary accurate historical accounting and context as a means for cultural bridging.
4. Provide Gender-Neutral Toilet Rooms, Mothers Rooms and Prayer Rooms.
5. Diverse, Multi-Cultural and / or Multi-Disciplinary Board and Staff representation.
6. Develop and implement an Insight Program exploring differences and similarities in perspectives, methods, values between groups with identified integrative outcomes.
7. Develop and implement an active Diversity Initiative. Adapt the following credits from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) Stars Rating Program to the project:
Diversity and Equity Coordination Assessing Diversity and Equity Support for Underrepresented Groups Support for Future Faculty Diversity
Stars Stars Stars Stars
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 4 Human & Eco PHD: Reduce Pesticides, Prevent Surface & Groundwater Contamination Envision
Credit 4.1
Reduce Pesticide & Fertilizer Impacts (Envision NW2.2 Conserving Level - No Pesticides, Herbicides) Y Envision
Option 1: Prevent Surface & Groundwater Contamination (Envision NW2.3 Conserving Level) Y Envision
Option 2: Prevent Surface & Groundwater Contamination (Envision NW2.3 Restorative Level) Y Envision
Poly-Credit 5 Ecological PHD: Protect Wetlands & Avoid Slopes and Adverse Geology Envision
Protect Wetlands and Surface Water (Envision NW1.2) Y Envision
Avoid Adverse Geology (Envision NW1.4) Y Envision
SC
SC
Credit 5.3
Credit 6.1 Select One
Avoid Unsuitable Development on Steep Slopes (Envision NW1.6) Y Envision
Poly-Credit 6 Ecological PHD: Biodiversity, Habitat & Soil LEED | Envision
Option 1. LEED NC V4 Site Development - Protect or Restore Habitat: Option 1 - Restoration
LEED NC V4
S
C
Option 1. LEED NC V4 Site Development - Protect or Restore Habitat: Option 2 - Financial Support LEED NC V4
Option 3. Preserve Species Biodiversity: Restore & Create Habitat (Envision NW3.1 Restorative Level) Envision
Option 1. LEED ND V4 Site Design for Habitat / Wetland /Water Body Conservation: Case 2. Option 1. LEED ND V4
Credit 6.1 Select One
Option 2. LEED NC V4 Site Development - Protect or Restore Habitat: Option 2 - Financial Support Adapt LEED NC V4
Option 3. Preserve Species Biodiversity: Restore & Create Habitat (Envision NW3.1 Restorative Level) Envision
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PANORAMIC APPROACH
RISK ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR ACUTE EVENTS
Comprehensive Adaptation & Mitigation for a Resilient Present & Future
•CV CommunityCohesion, Social & Economic Vitality
• PH Productivity, Health & Diversity • EW Energy, Water & Food
• MA Materials & Artifacts
APPLIED CREATIVITY & CONTEXTUAL FACTORS FOR RESILIENCY
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EW
Energy, Water, & Food
RELi Resilience Action List & Credit Catalog / v.1.2 47
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DEFINITIONS
Community
Applies to organizations,
neighborhoods, districts, infrastructure, urban, and campus projects.
Points
Points have not been allocated
and will be established as part of the RELi Pilot Phase.
Poly-Reqs + Poly-Credits Contain sub-requisites and credits.
Sub-requisites are required. Sub-credits are optional.
Reference
The RELi Credit Catalog is inclusive
and comprehensive, drawing from multiple leadership sources.
Structure
Applies to buildings, homes and artifacts.
Tangible Value
If “Y” (yes), the requisite or credit
is a line-item in the RELi Green & Resilient Finance Standards.
DIMENSION | COMPREHENSIVE ADAPTATION & MITIGATION
EW ENERGY, WATER, & FOOD
SC
SC
Poly-Req 1 Minimum Water Efficiency & Resilient Water and Landscapes Required LEED
Req 1.1
Indoor Water Use Reduction (20% < LEED Baseline) Required Y LEED BD+C V4
SC
SC
SC
Req 1.2
Req 1.3
Req 2.1
Outdoor Water Use Reduction (30% < Calculated Baseline) Required Y LEED BD+C V4
SC
Rainwater Management - Option 1. 95th Percentile of Rainfall Events Required Y LEED BD+C V4
Poly-Req 2 Minimum Energy Efficiency & Atmospheric Impacts Required LEED
Minimum Energy Performance (5% < ASHRAE 90.1 2010) Required Y LEED BD+C V4
SC
Req 2.2
Fundamental Refrigerant Management Required Y LEED BD+C V4
SC
Poly-Credit 1 Plan For Rainwater Harvesting, Resilient Landscapes & Food Production RELi
SC
Credit 1.1
Rainwater Management & Water Recycling / Reuse: Space and Planning Y RELi
Plan the structure and site to provide for roof and / or ground-level collection of rainwater and / or for project uses such as landscape irrigation, toilet flushing, process water of all kinds, and with proper filtration, potable use.
SC
Credit 1.2
On-Site Food Production: Space and Planning Y RELi / LEED ND V4
SC
S
Provide space and plan for on-site food production on at least 10% of the site area less building footprint.
For Communities refer to the LEED V4 ND Neighborhood Development "Local Food Production" Credit, Option 1. Neighborhood gardens to define space and planning criteria.
Poly-Credit 2 Plan the Site and Orientation For Sun & Wind Harvesting, Natural Cooling Multiple
Credit 2.1
Building Orientation (Refer to LEED V4 ND Credit: "Solar Orientation" Option 2.) Y LEED ND V4
C
Credit 2.2 Select One
Option 1: Block Orientation (Refer to LEED V4 ND Credit: "Solar Orientation" Option 1.) Y LEED ND V4
Option 2: Street Width & Orientation Y 2030 Palette
SC
Credit 2.3
Credit 2.4
Credit 3.2
Credit 3.3
Solar Access Y 2030 Palette
SC
Vegetative Cooling Y 2030 Palette
SC
SC
SC
SC
Credit 2.5
Credit 3.1
Wind Energy: Plan Space to Optimize Wind Access. Y RELi
Poly-Credit 3 Water-Use Reduction, Deep, Net Zero ,/ Positive Water Flows & Resilient Landscapes LEED | RELi
Indoor Water Use Reduction (NC 25% to 50%) Y LEEDBD+C V4
Outdoor Water Use Reduction (NC 50% or 100%) Y LEED BD+C V4
SC
Basic Rainwater Harvesting, Recycled Water, On-Site and / or Neighborhood Water Storage Y RELi
Provide on-site rainwater or recycled water storage to cover operations (toilet flushing, mechanical equipment, edible landscaping) for the following period: Option 1 - 96 hours; Option 2. 10 days
SC
Credit 3.4
Alternative Sewage Management Y RELi
Treat wastewater (blackwater) on-site to tertiary standards for reuse on-site. Option 1: 25%; Option 2: 50% using ecological treatment methods; Option 3: Use composting toilets for at least 50% of on-site demand.
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Credit 3.5
Credit 5.2
Deep, Net Zero and Net Positive Water Y RELi
Deep Water: 70% non-potable water* needs met on-site + 70% stormwater use / infiltration + min. 50% efficiency RELi Net Zero Water: 100% of project water use needs are met on-site. RELi Net Positive Water LBC
SC
Credit 3.6
Rainwater Management (for Extreme Rain Events: See HA Credit 2.1) Y RELi
Manage 98th Percentile Rain Event On-Site (Option 2. LEED NC V4 Rain Management)
Zero Lot-Line Projects: Manage 85th Percentile Rain Event On-Site (Option 2. LEED NC V4 Rain Management)
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 4 Energy Optimization, Near Zero / Carbon Neutral, Net Zero, Net Positive Energy Flows Multiple
Credit 4.1
Energy Optimization (NC 6% to 50%) Y LEED BD+C V4
SC
SC
SC
SC
Credit 4.2
Credit 4.3
Credit 4.4
Credit 4.5
On-Site or Neighborhood Renewable Energy Production Y Adapted LEED V4
Compliance with AIA 2030 Commitment or Minnesota SB 2030 Y 2030 C + MNSB2030
Renewable Energy - Distributed Generation & Production: Wind, PV & Polished Biogas Y Adapted LEED Pilot Cr
Deep, Net Zero & Net Positive Energy Flows Y RELi / IFLI / LBC
Deep Energy: Carbon Neutral via 70% Efficiency + Direct-Use Renewables + 20% RECs OR Solar Gardens RELi Net Zero Energy (International Living Futures Institute) ILFI Net Positive Energy: (Living Building Challenge Imperative 06) LBC
SC
District Heating and Cooling Y LEED ND V4
SC
Credit 4.6
Credit 4.7
Green Power & Carbon Offsets (50% / 100%) LEED BD&C V4: Y LEED BD+C V4
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 5 Edible Landscaping, Urban Agriculture & Resilient Food Production RELi
Credit 5.1
Amend or Implement Regulation Allowing On-Site Food Production Y RELi
On-Site Vegetable, Nut & Berry Production Y RELi
Fully develop the capacity and plan on-site food production for at least 10% of the site area less the building footprint in the form of vegetable gardens and / or site appropriate edible nut and fruit-bearing plants. Implement the plan. The production must meet organic or transitional criteria.
SC
Credit 5.3
On-Site Aquaponics & Poultry Production Y RELi
Develop the capacity for on-site food production that includes 2 of the 3: aquaponics (fish), free-range poultry, bees. Implement the plans. Waste nutrients must be utilized on-site. The production must meet organic or transitional
SC
SC
Credit 5.4
Transitionally Labeled or Organic Certification & Distributed Y RELi
Option 1. All food production qualifies for being labeled as Transitional (Refer to the USDA Transitional Recommendation). 25% min. is distributed to organizations beyond those involved in production.
Option 2. All food production is Organic Certified and at least 25% is distributed beyond the producers.
Poly-Credit 6 Reduced Site Environmental Impacts: Lighting, Heat-Island, Airborne Toxins LEED | Envision
SC
S
Credit 6.1
Light Pollution Reduction LEED BC+C / ND V4
LEED NC V4 Light Pollution Reduction LEED NC V4 LEED ND V4 Light Pollution Reduction LEED ND V4
C
SC
SC
S
Credit 6.2
Credit 6.3
Tree-Lined and Shaded Streetscapes LEED ND V4
Heat-Island Reduction - Roof and Non-Roof LEED BC+C / ND V4
LEED NC V4 Heat Island Reduction LEED NC V4 LEED ND V4 Heat Island Reduction LEED ND V4
C
SC
Credit 6.4
Reduce Air Pollutant Emissions - Negligible Air Quality Impact (Envision CR1.2 Conserving Level) Envision V2
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Comprehensive Adaptation & Mitigation for a Resilient Present & Future
•CV CommunityCohesion, Social & Economic Vitality
• PH Productivity, Health & Diversity • EW Energy, Water & Food
• MA Materials & Artifacts
APPLIED CREATIVITY & CONTEXTUAL FACTORS FOR RESILIENCY
VanDusen Botanical Garden Visitor Centre, Vancouver, Canada 50 RELi Resilience Action List & Credit Catalog / v.1.2


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