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Title: GREEN BUILDING APPLICATIONS FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS IN YANGTZE RIVER DELTA OF CHINA
Authors: LU YUNFAN
Keywords: Building
Issue Date: 8-Oct-2009
Citation: LU YUNFAN (2009-10-08T02:14:47Z). GREEN BUILDING APPLICATIONS FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS IN YANGTZE RIVER DELTA OF CHINA. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: As a populous country in the world, China has a great responsibility to develop in a sustainable way. Since different regions in China have various climate, economic conditions and residential custom, it is impossible to use the same policies or building technologies in all places. This paper focuses on Yangtze River Delta region with hot summer and cold winter climate. In recent years, Greenhouse effect and other environmental problems arise with economic booming in this region, improving energy efficiency of residential building performance becomes more and more important to improve energy consumption efficiency and quality of life. Several possible feasible solutions for green building applications are discussed and recommended based on its regional climate, economic conditions and residential custom. Case study is used to provide fact supports from developed countries with a climate similar to Yangtze River Delta region. It is also been paid attention that it is impossible to simply copy the experience of developed countries, policies and standards in China and Yangtze River Delta region must be released with considerations of its own situations. It is necessary to educate people and provide compulsively implement.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/219602
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