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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

MA
Materials & Artifacts
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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
Req-1
Req-3
COMPREHENSIVE ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR A LIVING PRESENT & FUTURE
MA MATERIALS & ARTIFACTS
Poly-Req 1 Minimum Material Effectiveness & Life Cycle Planning Required Multiple
Storage & Collection of Recyclables LEED V4
SC
Req-2
Construction & Demolition Waste Management Planning LEED V4
Project Material Selection & Use Planning RELi
Develop a plan during conceptual design that identifies the main 10 to 15 materials and / or product needs on the project. Identify materials, products or components that are socially, ecologically and environmentally responsible to fill those needs.
Material Selection & Planning Attributes List:
Important product attributes for consideration and evaluation include:
Products manufactured with supply chains that are socially and ecologically responsible.
Products containing notable quantities of Recycled Content, preferably post-consumer.
Products containing notable quantities of locally extracted, harvested or recovered materials.
Products that are salvaged and / or are presently on-site and can be reused or refurbished.
Products that are designed for / or can be adapted, used flexibly, reused, recycled or composted. Products with developed Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). Products with developed Health Product Declarations (HPDs).
Products that reduce or have a positive environmental and human health impacts.
Products with Leadership and Next Generation third party certifications and programs (FSC, SMaRT, etc.)
Identify products to avoid with known significant negative environmental and / or social impacts
S C Credit 1 Safer, Non-Toxic Materials (SMaRT or Equivalent Certified) Y RELi
Use SMaRT and / or equivalent products that effectively reduce ecological and human health toxin exposures through a combination of hazard and risk methods for at least 5% of the products by cost used on the project.
S C Credit 2 Material & Artifact Effectiveness: Full Life Cycle Design for Durability, Adaptability, Flexibility Y Adapted - Autodesk
Select products or design systems with an appropriate service lifetime for the project and align durability with the potential for recyclability, reusability, desconstructability and reparability for 10% or 20% of project needs.
Select products and design assemblies that exhibit a combination of at least (3) of the following properties during their use phase:
High degree of serviceability and repairability, mendability, replaceability. Upgradable, movable, scalable, extendable, expandable.
High degree of wear, resistant and / or hides scuffs.
Construction has strong joints and reinforcing.
Gains character with wear and weather / timeless, classis aesthetics. Loose fit and / or modular, variability, customability, convertible, Partitionable, segementability, variability.
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S C Credit 3 Material & Artifact Effectiveness: Design for Disassembly, Reuse, Recycling & Composting Y Adapted - AutoDesk
Select products or design assemblies / systems with that can be easily disassembled, reused, recycled and / or composted for 10% or 20% of the project needs.
Select products and design assemblies / systems that exhibit a combination of at least (3) of the following properties:
Choose recycling-compatible materials.
Avoid using materials which require separating before recycling (re-use is ok, subject to performance testing).
Use as few components and component types as possible (without compromising the structural integrity or function of the product).
Integrate components (which relate to the same function).
Standardize the use of fasteners – use commonly available parts and maintain consistency within the design.
Make components easily separable.
Apply non-contaminating markings (e.g. through etching or moulding) to materials for ease of sorting.
Maintain good access to components and fasteners. Consider making the plane of access to components the same for all components.
Do not paint plastic parts or other coatings which may contaminate other plastics when recycled. Consider the use of ADSM technology for non-temperature-critical products.
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SC
SC
Poly-Credit 4 Material Effectiveness: Use Recycled Content Materials, Salvaged Materials & Local Materials LEED
Credit 4.1
Credit 4.2
Recycled Content (10% or 20%) LEED NC 2009
Materials Reuse (5% or 10%) LEED NC 2009
SC
SC
Credit 4.3
Credit 4.4
Regional Materials (10% or 20%) LEED NC 2009
Certified Rapidly Renewable & Sustainable Bio-Based Materials (2.5%) Adapted - LEED
S C Credit 5 Use Legally Logged Wood from Ecologically Managed Forests (FSC Certified) Y RELi | LEED
Written certification of compliance to National Consensus Lacey Due Care Standard providing bona fide defenses to
Lacey Act strict criminal liability. FSC Certification meets this criteria. Provide Certified Forest Products for 50% of RELi new wood permanently installed in the project.
Guidance: Certified Forest Products LEED NC 2009
S C Credit 6 Reduce Net Embodied Energy & Carbon, Water, and Toxins Y Adapted LEED | SMART
Use products for at least 25%, by cost, of the permanently installed products in the project that reduce their Life Cycle Embodied Energy, Carbon, Environmental Pollutants and Toxins through any combination of the following documentation and disclosure methods: HPD's, Full Disclosure LCA / EDP's and Leadership 3rd Party Certifications.
Point of Use Chemical Inventory Disclosure and Greenscreen Benchmark 1 Hazard Reductions documented via HPD's (Health Product Declarations). Contributing products will have fully inventoried GreenScreen v1.2 chemical ingredients to 100 ppm and no Benchmark 1 hazards.
Full Disclosure Life Cycle Analysis and Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs): Full Disclosure LCA and EPD's include a disclosure matrix that lists all EPA TRACI LCA Impact Categories and Life Cycle Stages. The matrix is to indicate which Impact Categories and Stages are included in the EPD and which are not included. EPD's that include toxicity modeling + all life cycle stages count double.
3rd Party Material and Product Certifications are to be best in class, consensus-based with performance-based entry thresholds that require meaningful improvements across all categories and life cycle stages as identified by the U.S. EPA TRACI 2.1 w/ USEtox and UNEP.
Adapted - LEED V4
Adapted - LEED V4 / SMART
Adapted - LEED V4 / SMART
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 7 Divert Waste from Landfills, Reduce Excavated Soils Removed from Site LEED | Envision
Credit 7.1
Credit 7.1
Construction and Demolition Waste Management 50% / 75% Y LEED BD+C V4
SC
Reduce Excavated Materials Taken Off-Site 80%+ / 95%+ (Envision RA1.6) Envision
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PANORAMIC APPROACH
RISK ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR ACUTE EVENTS
COMPREHENSIVE ADAPTATION & MITIGATION FOR A RESILIENT PRESENT & FUTURE
AC Applied Creativity & Contextural Factors for Resiliency
• Applied Creativity, Innovative Exploration • Contextural Specific Responses
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AC
Applied Creativity
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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
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
Credit 1.5
Credit 1.6
Credit 1.7
Credit 1.8
Credit 1.9
Credit 1.10
Credit 2.3
Credit 2.4
Credit 2.5
Credit 2.6
Credit 2.7
Credit 2.8
Credit 2.9
Credit 2.10
APPLIED CREATIVITY AND CONTEXTURAL FACTORS FOR RESILIENCY + LIVING DESIGN
AC Applied Creativity, Innovation & Exploration
SC
SC
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 1 Applied Creativity in Resiliency
Credit 1.1
Credit 1.2
Credit 1.3
Credit 1.4
Applied Creativity: Newly Developed Resilient Economics, Equity, Education and / or Ecology Indicators
Applied Creativity: Newly Developed Resilient Economics, Equity, Education and / or Ecology Indicators
Applied Creativity: Newly Developed Resilient Economics, Equity, Education and / or Ecology Indicators
Applied Creativity: Leadership Indicators, Metrics + Measures from Referenced Sources (not includied in RELi; excluding those adapted by RELi)
Applied Creativity: Leadership Indicators, Metrics + Measures from Referenced Sources (not includied in RELi; excluding those adapted by RELi)
Applied Creativity: Leadership Indicators, Metrics + Measures from Referenced Sources (not includied in RELi; excluding those adapted by RELi)
Applied Creativity: Leadership Indicators, Metrics + Measures from Referenced Sources (not includied in RELi; excluding those adapted by RELi)
Applied Creativity: Leadership Indicators, Metrics + Measures from Referenced Sources (not includied in RELi; excluding those adapted by RELi)
Applied Creativity: Leadership Indicators, Metrics + Measures from Referenced Sources (not includied in RELi; excluding those adapted by RELi)
Applied Creativity: Leadership Indicators, Metrics + Measures from Referenced Sources (not includied in RELi; excluding those adapted by RELi)
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 2 Contextual Factors & Project Responsive Topics
Credit 2.1
Credit 2.2
Contextual Factors: Resilient Response to Influential Regional, District or Site Specific Contextual Factors
Contextual Factors: Resilient Response to Influential Regional, District or Site Specific Contextual Factors
Contextual Factors: Resilient Response to Influential Regional, District or Site Specific Contextual Factors
Contextual Factors: Resilient Response to Influential Regional, District or Site Specific Contextual Factors
Contextual Factors: Climate + Weather Region-Specific Resilient, Regenerative, Restorative, Sustainable and Healthy Indicators
Contextual Factors: Climate + Weather Region-Specific Resilient, Regenerative, Restorative, Sustainable and Healthy Indicators
Contextual Factors: Bioregional-Specific Resilient, Regenerative, Restorative, Sustainable and Healthy Indicators
Contextual Factors: Bioregional-Specific Resilient, Regenerative, Restorative, Sustainable and Healthy Indicators
Contextual Factors: Location or Community-Specific Resilient, Regenerative, Restorative, Sustainable and Healthy Indicators
Contextual Factors: Location or Community-Specific Resilient, Regenerative, Restorative, Sustainable and Healthy Indicators
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SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
Poly-Credit 3
Credit 3.1
Credit 3.2
Credit 3.3
Credit 3.4
Credit 3.5
Credit 3.6
Credit 3.7
Credit 3.8
Credit 3.9
Credit 3.10
Exemplary Performance by Indicator + Through Integrative Living Design
Exemplary Performance: Performance Exceeding the Credits Identified in the RELi Action List or as Applied Creativity Referenced Credits
Exemplary Performance: Performance Exceeding the Credits Identified in the RELi Action List or as Applied Creativity Referenced Credits
Exemplary Performance: Performance Exceeding the Credits Identified in the RELi Action List or as Applied Creativity Referenced Credits
Exemplary Performance: Performance Exceeding the Credits Identified in the RELi Action List or as Applied Creativity Referenced Credits
Exemplary Performance: Performance Exceeding the Credits Identified in the RELi Action List or as Applied Creativity Referenced Credits
Exemplary Performance: Interactive and / or Co-Benefit Resilient, Regenerative, Restorative, Sustainable and Healthy Indicators (3 Minimum)
Exemplary Performance: Interactive and / or Co-Benefit Resilient, Regenerative, Restorative, Sustainable and Healthy Indicators (3 Minimum)
Exemplary Performance: Interactive and / or Co-Benefit Resilient, Regenerative, Restorative, Sustainable and Healthy Indicators (3 Minimum)
Exemplary Performance: Interactive and / or Co-Benefit Resilient, Regenerative, Restorative, Sustainable and Healthy Indicators (4 Minimum)
Exemplary Performance: Interactive and / or Co-Benefit Resilient, Regenerative, Restorative, Sustainable and Healthy Indicators (5 Minimum)
Great River Energy, Headquarters, 1st MN LEED Platinum, Maple Grove, Minnesota
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