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454 Housing of the future References and additional reading Ausgrid. Smart Grid Smart City project. Australian Greenhouse Office (AGO). 2003. Global warming cool it. Department of the Environment and Heritage, Canberra. BioRegional, Beddington Zero Energy Development (BedZED). Carbon Neutral carbon calculator. CSIRO. 2012. State of the climate. Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts (DEWHA). 2008. Energy use in the Australian residential sector 1986–2020. Canberra. Dunstan, C. 2008. UTSpeaks: Getting about green? What will life be like in Sydney after the oil age? Fairtrade Australia New Zealand. Good Environmental Choice (GECA). Horne, R, Morrissey, J, O’Leary, T, Berry, M, Hamnett, S, Kellett, J and Irvine, S. 2011. Lifetime affordable housing in Australia — assessing life cycle costs. Centre for Design RMIT, AHURI- RMIT/NATSEM Research Centre RMIT, University of SA. Lazarus, N. 2003. Toolkit for carbon neutral developments. BioRegional Development Group, London. LivingGreener. Moore, T, Morrissey, J and Horne, R. 2010. Cost benefit pathways to zero emission housing: implications for household cash-flows in Melbourne. Centre for Design RMIT, Melbourne. References and additional reading Moore, T, Morrissey, J and Horne, R. 2010a. Future policy directions from zero emission housing in Australia: implications from an international review and comparison. Centre for Design RMIT, Melbourne. Noble, K and Martinelli, A. 2009. Towards climate safe homes. The case for zero emissions and water saving homes and neighbourhoods. Environment Victoria. Olivier, J, Janssens-Maenhout, G and Peters, J. 2011. Trends in global CO 2 emissions: 2012 report. PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, The Hague. Riedy, C, Lederwasch, A and Ison, N. 2011. Defining zero emission buildings — review and recommendations: final report. Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council. Vale, B and Vale, R. 2000. The new autonomous house. Thames and Hudson, London. Vale, B and Vale, R. 2009. Time to eat the dog? The real guide to sustainable living. Thames and Hudson, London. Authors Author: Jodie Pipkorn Updated by Chris Reardon, 2013 Carbon neutral offset. Carbon zero, carbon positive
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