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ISCN 2016: Working Group 2: Campus-wide Planning and Target Setting


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Heather Henriksen, Director, Office for Sustainability, Harvard University
Eugenio Morello, Assistant Professor in Urban Design, POLIMI

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ISCN 2016: Working Group 2: Campus-wide Planning and Target Setting

  1. 1. ISCN 2016 WORKING GROUP 2
  2. 2. Working Group 2 Campus wide planning and target setting. Research Agenda: Principle 2 of the ISCN-GULF Sustainable Campus Charter… To ensure long-term sustainable campus development, campus- wide master planning and target-setting should include environmental and social goals. ISCN 2016
  3. 3. WG2 Co-Chair introduction WG2 Main Topic: Campus-wide strategic planning and target setting for sustainability 1. Different models for promoting strategic planning for sustainability at institutional level: how do you see your strategy? 2. Evolving topics for strategic planning: towards an holistic approach to sustainability Mark Dooris, Health Promoting & Sustainable Universities Selected speakers reporting about campus strategic planning experience 3. Hot topics we want to discuss today:  Table 1 topic: the evolution of campus-wide strategic planning  Table 2 topic: applications of physical solutions and technologies ISCN 2016
  4. 4. Promoting strategic planning for sustainability: How? ISCN 2016 Case 1 Environmental office grows over time and incorporates energy, waste and mobility management. Then, it becomes a sustainability office (or an independent sustainability office is established). The alignment of community members to sustainability principles is promoted through a long process of engagement.
  5. 5. 1. Promoting strategic planning for sustainability: How? ISCN 2016 Case 2 The direct involvement of the top governance in promoting sustainability as a key strategy accelerates communication and engagement, sharing of objectives, and enables a more rapid alignment of the community.
  6. 6. Promoting strategic planning for sustainability: How? ISCN 2016 Case 3 The president commits to sustainability as one of the key strategies for his/her governance mandate. In the best cases sustainability is the leading strategy that directs all the actions at institutional level. The alignment of the community and the reach out is very strong and rapid and all community members get involved in the process.
  7. 7. Promoting strategic planning for sustainability: How? ISCN 2016
  8. 8. Hot topics for 2016 Identification of relevant topics from last year’ discussion and from WG2 online survey ISCN 2016
  9. 9. Working tables TABLE 1 THE EVOLUTION OF CAMPUS-WIDE STRATEGIC PLANNING campus-wide strategic planning and management, sustainability metrics and assessment methods, living lab as a strategy, action plans University of São Paulo, University of Gothenburg, National Institute of Technology, Fukushima College, Politecnico di Torino, The University of British Columbia, Hokkaido University, University of Southampton, University of Gothenburg, Cyprus University of Technology , Milano Bicocca University TABLE 2 APPLICATIONS OF PHYSICAL SOLUTIONS AND TECHNOLOGIES campus-wide applications of: architectural solutions and green and blue technologies (water, waste), energy transition solutions, smart technologies (apps, sensors) Universidad Internacional del Ecuador, Nanyang Technological University, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Warp It in partnership with University of London, City University of Hong Kong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, University of Torino, Cyprus University of Technology , Milano Bicocca University ISCN 2016
  10. 10. Evolving topics in strategic planning for sustainability ISCN 2016
  11. 11. Floor to our presenters! Mark Dooris, University of Central Lancashire, College of Health & Wellbeing Health Promoting & Sustainable Universities Alessia Calafiore, University of Torino Social Networking between the University and the City James Tansey, The University of British Columbia UBC Campus as a Living Laboratory: Lessons Learned from a Decade of Implementation Henrich Johanna, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Sustainability at Technische Universität Darmstadt: A contribution towards implementing the turnaround in energy policy. Takayuki Nakamura, National Institute of Technology, Fukushima College Showcases in Japan on holistic campus strategic planning ISCN 2016
  12. 12. Key Issues Discussed ISCN 2016
  13. 13. Goals for 2016-2017 ISCN 2016