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Transformation Towards Sustainability at Chulalongkorn University, Korb Limsuwan, Chulalongkorn University

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This presentation was part of the ProSPER.Net Leadership Programme 2017 'Building Transformational Leadership Towards the SDGs'

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Transformation Towards Sustainability at Chulalongkorn University, Korb Limsuwan, Chulalongkorn University

  1. 1. Transformation towards Sustainability at Chulalongkorn University 2017 ProSPER.Net Leadership Programme 1
  2. 2. Chulalongkorn University 2  Located in the center of Bangkok  0.93 square kilometer campus area  38,941 students  8,008 staffs
  3. 3. 3 Chulalongkorn University Chulalongkorn University A city center university Screen shot courtesy of Google Map
  4. 4. The Chulalongkorn University 100th Anniversary Master Plan This plan focuses on sustainable development and the importance of maintaining the quality of the university’s grounds and environment. The development strategy for this plan comprises five main points as follows: 1. Land Use 2. Space Allocation and Landscape 3. Building Maintenance and Art &Cultural Promotion 4. Traffic and Parking 5. University Central Service Center 4 Setting & Infrastructure
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  7. 7. 7 UI Greenmetric 1. Setting & Infrastructure 2. Energy & Climate Change 3. Waste 4. Water 5. Transportation 6. Education
  8. 8. Land Use • Use the university grounds appropriately as there is very limited open space. • Land should be allocated to answer the demands of the majority and needs of the university as a whole. • As an institute of higher learning, Chula must also work to serve and integrate well with the surrounding community. • New buildings should be designed to best relate to and interact with nearby buildings to create the most impressive esthetics. Academic Admin.&Green Axis Research Academic Academic SciencePark Academic GreenAxis Sports Land Use Plan (2016) 12 Setting & Infrastructure
  9. 9. Space Allocation Green Axis (2016) 13 Chula 100th Anniversary Park Setting & Infrastructure The university’s campus has been divided into two areas: East Side and West Side of Phayathai Road. The new plan includes more links between the two campuses while preserving open areas and implementing a plan that will provide maximum benefits for all.
  10. 10. 14 Setting & Infrastructure
  11. 11. Landscape Improvements 18 Setting & Infrastructure
  12. 12. Landscape Improvements 19 Setting & Infrastructure
  13. 13. 20 Landscape Improvements Setting & Infrastructure Former 25 meters swimming pool Chulachakrabongse Plaza: public park&activity area
  14. 14. 21 Chula Loves the Planet Project – “Chamchuri Park” Setting & Infrastructure
  15. 15. 22 Setting & Infrastructure Chula Loves the Planet Project – “Chamchuri Park”
  16. 16. 2. Energy & Climate Change 23 N Categories and Indicators Points Weighting 2 Energy and Climate Change (EC) 21% EC 1 Energy efficient appliances usage 300 EC 2 Renewable energy usage policy 300 EC 3 Total electricity use/total people 300 EC 4 Energy conservation program 300 EC 5 Green building 300 EC 6 Climate change adaptation and mitigation program 300 EC 7 Greenhouse gas emission reduction policy 300 Total 2100
  17. 17. Renovations to Save Energy 24 Maha Thirarachanusorn Building (Center of Academic Resources): Building Energy Awards of Thailand 2010 Improvement of High Rise Building Energy Efficiency Energy & Climate Change
  18. 18. Solar Energy Project 25 Energy & Climate Change
  19. 19. Solar Roof Top at Chamchuri 5 Building 26 Energy & Climate Change
  20. 20. Center of Central Administration Building at Chula Saraburi GREEN BUILDING 27 Energy & Climate Change Center of Central Administration Building, Chula Saraburi Developed the Chula Green Building Standards for New Construction and Major Renovation Project in Campus
  21. 21. 3. Waste 28 N Categories and Indicators Points Weighting 3 Waste (WS) 18% WS 1 Recycling program for university waste 300 WS 2 Toxic waste recycling 300 WS 3 Organic waste treatment (garbage) 300 WS 4 Inorganic waste treatment (rubbish) 300 WS 5 Sewerage disposal 300 WS 6 Policy to reduce the use of paper and plastic on campus 300 Total 1800
  22. 22. Hazardous Waste Management Chemical Waste 26 29.62 34.28 38.55 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 2012 2013 2014 2015 Chemical & Hazardous Waste… A central waste management system (Online-Based Program) for chemical waste from teaching and researching activities WasteTrack
  23. 23. 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Batteries (kg.) Hazardous Waste Management Hazardous Waste
  24. 24. Hazardous Waste Management Electronic Waste
  25. 25. Recyclable Waste, Organic Waste, General Waste 32 1600 ton/yr.400 ton/yr.430 ton/yr. Recyclable Waste Organic Waste General Waste
  26. 26. 33 Recyclable Waste Management Central Recycling Center
  27. 27. 34 Organic Waste Management Food Waste to Biogas
  28. 28. 35 General Waste Styrofoam Reduction
  29. 29. 36 Organic Waste Management Vegetation Recycling Project to produce fertilizer for university grounds
  30. 30. Green Culture & Student Activities CU LET IT GREEN Campaign
  31. 31. 4. Water 42 N Categories and Indicators Points Weighting 4 Water (WR) 10% WR 1 Water conservation program WR 2 Piped water Total 1000
  32. 32. 43 Water Rain Water & Treated Wastewater to Water Campus Greenery
  33. 33. 5. Transportation 45 N Categories and Indicators Points Weighting 5 Transportation (TR) 18% TR 1 Total cars entering/total people 200 TR 2 Total bicycles/total people 200 TR 3 Transportation policy on limiting vehicles on campus 400 TR 4 Transportation policy on limiting parking space 400 TR 5 Campus buses 300 TR 6 Bicycle and pedestrian policy 300 Total 1800
  34. 34. The Chulalongkorn University 100th Anniversary Master Plan: Transportation System in Campus Pedestrian System Plan Driveway and Parking System Plan46 Transportation
  35. 35. 48 Transportation Capacity: 546 Parking Spaces Capacity: 562 Parking Spaces Capacity: 558 Parking Spaces Capacity: 691 Parking Spaces เปิดบริการ 1 สิงหาคม 2560 To Encourage students and staffs to park their cars at the parking garages, instead of driving into the campus areas, in order to reduce the traffic and air pollution in the campus. Parking Garages Project
  36. 36. 49 Transportation University Shuttle Bus
  37. 37. 51 Transportation ELECTRIC BUS 6.8 m. Seat 20 Seat Top speed 60 km/h Range/charge 80 km. Charge time 6-8 hrs. ELECTRIC BUS 8.5 m. HYBRID Seat 22 Seat Top speed 80 km/h Range/charge 100 km. Charge time 6-8 hrs. Hybrid Diesel or LPG ELECTRIC BUS 8.5 m. Seat 22 Seat Top speed 80 km/h Range/charge 50 km. Charge time 6-8 hrs. University Shuttle Bus
  38. 38. Covered Walkways to Encourage Walking 53 Transportation Covered walkway Covered walkway (under construction) Skywalk
  39. 39. Bicycling Campaign Project to help reduce Global Warming 54 Transportation
  40. 40. Public Bike Sharing System: CU Bike 55 5 Stations 120Bicycles
  41. 41. 6. Education 56 N Categories and Indicators Points Weighting 6 Education (ED) 18% ED 1 Sustainability courses/total courses 300 ED 2 Sustainability research funding/total research funding 300 ED 3 Sustainability publications 300 ED 4 Sustainability events 300 ED 5 Sustainability organizations (student) 300 ED 6 Sustainability website 300 Total 1800
  42. 42. • In 2015, Chulalongkorn University offered a total of 1,095 courses dealing with the environment or sustainability of a total 11,800 courses that were offered. • In the same academic year, there were grants totaling 588,502,915 TH baht allocated to research on the environment and sustainability. Among the different cluster and research groups, the university has one dedicated solely to energy and climate change. 58 Education
  43. 43. 59 Education
  44. 44. 60 Research/Outreach
  45. 45. GREEN  SUSTAINABLE UNIVERSITY Chulalongkorn University be came a member of the International Sustaianable Campus Network (ISCN) on July 10, 2014 Sustainability at Chula 61
  46. 46. International Sustainable Campus Network 1. Buildings and their sustainability impacts 2. Campus-wide planning and target setting 3. Integration of research, teaching, facilities, and outreach Principal: 62 (Operation) (Plan&Target) (Community)
  47. 47. Sustainability 63 Our Ultimate Goal !!! GREEN Campus Energy Waste Water Trans. Education Safety + Social Education & PR
  48. 48. Sustainable University? Our Common Future: “- to ensure that it meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of the future generations to meet their own needs.” Reference: “Brundland Report” of the World Commission on Environment and Development, 1987
  49. 49. Sustainable University? Why university? 1. Future Leaders / Citizens 2. Humanity’s best hope
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  51. 51. Future Generations 69 ด.ช.ณนน ด.ช.ณพล
  52. 52. Sustainability in progress : ) www.green.chula.ac.th 70

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