IDS 6233-201:Concept and Principles of Sustainability Fall 2017 Reduce Reuse Recycle and Refuse in the City of Milwaukee Brewery Ecological Building Ashley Snyder Ashton Clark Eva Pabon Reduce Reuse Recycle and Refuse in the City of Milwaukee Brewery Ecological Building The Brewery community that has been in development since January 2007 has been an extensive project in sustainability in the city of Milwaukee by its developer and primary investor Joseph J. Zilber. It was designated as a LEED Platinum Neighborhood Development project. The two principles of sustainability that have helped the project reach its designation are the recycling and reuse of demolition waste and current infrastructure. They have also established enforceable guidelines for all projects in the neighborhood to reduce the need for new construction materials and energy consumption by implementing high-efficiency LED lighting technology in many of the renovated structures. Introduction The Brewery project is located in Milwaukee healthy Milwaukeeans. Moreover healthy food reduces development diseases such as obesity. The end residents are that the Milwaukee city will have a clean environment adequate resources and enough resources to sustain the current population and the future generations. References Benton R. (2014). Reduce Reuse Recycle … and Refuse. Journal Of Macromarketing 35(1) 111-122. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0276146714534692 Burger P. Frecè J. Scherrer Y. & Daub C. (2014). Strategies for Sustainability: Institutional and Organisational Challenges. Sustainability 6(11) 8342-8347. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su6118342 Charytonowicz J. & Skowroński M. (2015). Reuse of Building Materials. Procedia Manufacturing 3 1633-1637. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.promfg.2015.07.456 Hughes C. Semeijn J. & Caniëls M. (2017). The sustainability skew. Current Opinion In Environmental Sustainability 28 58-63. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2017.08.004 Nulman E. & Özkula S. (2016). Environmental nongovernmental organizations’ digital media practices toward environmental sustainability and implications for informational governance. Current Opinion In Environmental Sustainability 18 10-16. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2015.04.004 The Brewery Project LLC. (2007). Sustainability Guidelines. Milwaukee: The Brewery Project LLC [...]
Here are the instructions for the final project. But all I need is part V. Recommendations for the project and part VI. Conclusion Additional Instructions: make an overall assessment of whether you think Brewery community is on track or not to achieving its goals and why = please cite specific measures/metrics to back up your assertions. Second, remember that cities/communities achieve their goals through codes/ordinances and/or incentive programs tied to their overall sustainability plan. Please ensure that whatever recommendations you come up with are tied to the Plan. Third, please provide specific recommendations to address the shortcomings noted in your assessment – please outline how the recommendations would be implemented by the city (in form of a proposed codes/ordinances/incentive programs), and how you would measure the benefits/progress of the recommendations. I am attaching the project and some journals that I think can be helpful and here is the site for the actual area http://www.thebrewerymke.com/sustainability.html Description: The Final Report will present the analysis of the chosen project or problem based on sustainability principles. It will also provide recommendations for ensuring the project or operation runs more sustainably in the future. Challenges and limitations of proposed solutions should also be addressed. The Final Report should contain the following sections: I. Executive Summary (5 points) II. Introduction (20 points) III. Sustainability Principle - Literature Review (30 points) IV. Overview of the Project (30 points) a. Background information of the project/activity b. Sustainability efforts already included in the project c. Strength and weakness of the applied sustainability strategies V. Recommendations for the Project (30 points) a. What is missing and what do you propose for improvement? b. What are the limitations to address your proposed ideas? VI. Conclusion - Reflections on the Sustainability Principle (20 points) VII. References (15 points) Purpose: To help students learn how to analyze practices of sustainability principles in the operation and management of municipal activities, projects, processing of products and/or services from a systems perspective. I need help with expanding recommendations and with conclusion and reflection part of the project.