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

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Takayuki Nakamura, National Institute of Technology, Fukushima College

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

  1. 1. 1 Takayuki NAKAMURA President, National Institute of Technology, Fukushima College (NIT-FC) Executive Director, Campus Sustainability Network in Japan (CAS-Net JAPAN) 30 Nagao, Kamiarakawa, Taira, Iwaki, Fukushima 970-8034, Japan nakamura@fukushima-nct.ac.jp Showcases in Japan on holistic campus strategic planning Working Group 2 at the ISCN 2016 at the University of Siena in Italy June 14, 2016
  2. 2. Architectural Institute of Japan Nagoya University Kyoto University Hokkaido University The University of Tokyo Chiba University MEXT Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Tohoku University Mie University Although each organization makes characteristic efforts on campus sustainability, cross-cutting view-exchanges including assessment method are not active. It is imperative to establish an organization in Japan such as AASHE or EAUC !! Ministry of the Environment Eco League Japan Youth Ecology League HESD Forum ( Higher Education for Sustainable Development ) Establishment of CAS-Net JAPAN(Campus Sustainability Network in Japan) Osaka University Kyushu University Ritsumeikan University Tokyo Metropolitan University Waseda University 2 Fukushima National College of Technology (FNCT) Inaugural General Meeting for the establishment of CAS- Net was held at Kyoto University on March 26, 2014.
  3. 3. 3 Themes to be targeted by CAS-Net JAPAN ( Necessary items to create CS at Japanese universities ) ・Establishment of the organization for CS ・Creating action plan to implement CS ・Acquiring necessary budget ・Activating the publicity on CS etc. ・Promotion of environmental education ・Development of the curriculum on CS ・Promoting students’ voluntary activities on CS etc. ・Installing energy saving facilities ・Reducing energy consumption and CO2 emission ・Utilization of renewable energy etc. ・Collaboration with communities, local governments and private companies ・Networking with domestic and foreign universities ・Developing evaluation systems on CS etc. ・Management of 3R (waste) ・Water ・Food ・Environmental friendly procurement and transportation ・ Conservation of ecological environment etc. 2. Facilities and Operations 1. Administration and Planning 4. Engaging Students 5. Collaboration and Partnerships 3. Change Management
  4. 4. Good Practices on Campus Sustainability in Japan 2016 4 University Number of Contents Hokkaido University 3 Iwate University 1 Chiba University 1 Kyoto University 3 Kyoto University CO-OP 1 Ritsumeikan University 3 Naruto University of Education 1 Ehime University 1 Fukushima College 2 Total: 9 Institutions, 16 Contents
  5. 5. GHG and CO2 reduction goal Our goal is to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emission by 2 percent per unit area every year. ■1% Reduction through Facility energy efficiency renovation ■1% Reduction through Energy conservation and behavior change Using the environmental tax system: 1st phase: 2008-2012 2nd phase: 2013-2015 1. Environmental Tax System (Kyoto University)
  6. 6. Flowchart of tax system Dept.1 A Dept. 2 B Environmental Tax Dept.1 A Dept. 2 B Dept. 1 Dept. 2 Dept. 1 Energy saving construction Result Inspection and Publication Office for a Sustainable Campus Dept. 2 Energy saving construction 50% (1.2 million USD) + + Financial funds Fund Distribution (2.4 million USD) From Dept. From Central Administration Flow of Money Flow of Service Central Administration H Project choice, investigation support Points: ○ Benefits for both the headquarter and the faculties of Kyoto University ○ Incentive to reduce the total amount of energy consumption ○ Creation of the budget for campus sustainability Tax is calculated based on the energy consumption of each department 50% (1.2 million USD)
  7. 7. Renovation from Fire-tube packaged boiler to Once-through packaged boiler ・Reduction of primary energy : 15,951 GJ/year ・Reduction of CO2 : 801.2 t-CO2 /year ・Reduction of energy cost : 270,170 USD/year ・Rate of reduction: 20% down Once-through packaged boiler(2.5t) 4unitfire-tube packaged boiler(10t) 1unit Introduction of Photovoltaic power generation ・Reduction of primary energy : 65 GJ/year ・Reduction of CO2 : 1.8 t-CO2 /year ・Reduction of energy cost : 970 USD/year iCeMS(5.6kW) Faculty of Education(3.7kW) Introduction of Inverter of pump ・Reduction of primary energy : 466 GJ/year ・Reduction of CO2 : 134 t-CO2 /year ・Reduction of energy cost : 6,970 USD/year ・Rate of reduction: 54% down The cool /warm water pump Inverter control machine Examples for energy-saving ( at Yoshida Campus in 2012) Renovation Introduction 7 (1 USdollar=100yen)
  8. 8. 2. 10 years experience of Student-led EMS (Chiba University) Points: ○ Students are involved into the management bodies of Chiba University ○ Students plan and implement the strategic policies on campus sustainability ○ Chiba University acquired ISO50001 in 2013 Offered by Chiba University
  9. 9. Students can get the credits by implementing environmental management activities Offered by Chiba University
  10. 10. 3. Assessment System for Sustainable Campus (ASSC) (Hokkaido University) 10 Items Points Contents 1. Management 86 Policy, Organization, Financial resource, Networks, Training, Procurements, Assets, etc. 2. Education & Research 32 Education, Research, Activities of students 3. Environment 154 Ecosystem, Land, Public space, Energy use, Facilities, Transportation, Wastes, Historical assets, etc. 4. Local community 68 Collaboration with the industry, Community service, Disaster prevention, etc. 5. Special 2 Special characteristics Point: ASSC= Japanese Evaluation System on Campus Sustainability Rank Percentage of Points Bronze less than 45% Silver 45%~65% Gold 65%~85% Platinum more than 85% 86pt 32 pt 154 pt 68 pt 2pt I Management IV Local community Special II Education and Research III Environment Offered by Hokkaido University
  11. 11. 4. Training Project on Regional Rehabilitation for safer and more secure society in Fukushima without nuclear energy (Fukushima College) Point: Importance of raising younger generation on sustainable development toward our sustainable and bright future in Fukushima (1)Education and Training for Regional Rehabilitation in the fields of Renewable Energy, Nuclear Safety and Disaster Mitigation ① Establishment of a special course in the advanced course (plus 10 students) ② Opening of additional subjects related to regional rehabilitation in the regular course ③ Establishment of special training programs for the community and the regional private companies ④ Organizing seminar, forum, symposium, consultation, etc. on the above- mentioned three fields 11 (2)Research and Development on Technologies for Regional Rehabilitation  Renewable Energy (Smart-grid facilities, Solar/Wind/Thermal energy, etc.)  Nuclear Safety (Technologies to terminate the Fukushima reactor, Technologies to measure radiation, etc.)  Disaster Mitigation (Urban design for damaged area, Disaster prevention against earthquakes and tsunamis, etc.)
  12. 12. Explosion of Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant 12 National Institute of Technology, Fukushima College (NIT-FC) is located at a distance of 45 km from Fukushima No1 Reactor
  13. 13. Regular Course (1,000 students) ①Department of Mechanical Engineering ②Department of Electrical Engineering ③Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry ④Department of Civil Engineering ⑤Department of Communication and Information Science Advanced Course (50 students) Special Course for Regional Rehabilitation (10 students) Center for Environment Technology and Community Liaison ①Department of Renewable Energy ②Department of Nuclear Safety ③Department of Disaster Mitigation National Institute of Technology, Fukushima College (NIT-FC) Local government, NPO, Local community, etc. Local private companies and their research institutions, etc. Other Universities: Other Institutions: Ibaraki University, etc. Academic Consortium of Fukushima, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, etc. Support for regional rehabilitation Collaboration collaboration Enrollment or Employment Employment of completed and skillful students Office for Regional Rehabilitation Contribution Special Program for the community Support for smart-grid technology, measurement of radiation, urban safety planning, etc. Diagram of this Project ①System Engineering for Industrial Technology (32 students) ②Business Communication (8 students) 13 Contribution
  14. 14. Thank you for your attention Aerial Photo of Institute of Technology, Fukushima College (NIT-FC) 14

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