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Karen Coyne: Novartis Sustainability

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Karen Coyne: Novartis Sustainability

  1. 1. Karen Coyne Head, NIBR Global Health, Safety & Environment & Business Continuity, Novartis ISCN, June 2014 Novartis Sustainability: Translating Corporate Citizenship Strategy in Cambridge Research Environment
  2. 2. Novartis as Partner with Community Compact for Sustainable Future ! Why is Cambridge is an Important Environment for Us? •  World-class learning environment & innovation incubator •  Early adopter and trend setter •  Community which exhibits true collaboration ! Why is the Community Compact Important to Us? “Climate change is a crisis that requires a comprehensive and collaborative response” Henrietta Davis •  Building sustainable future for our company and our community •  Right stakeholders at the table with open dialogue •  Place where solutions come together •  Leverage ideas to leverage change | ISCN Conference | Karen Coyne | June 2014 | Novartis Sustainability | Business Use Only
  3. 3. | ISCN Conference | Karen Coyne | June 2014 | Novartis Sustainability | Business Use Only Who We Are as a Partner Novartis: A Leading Global Health Care Company ! Our medicine-based portfolio provides: •  Innovative pharmaceuticals •  High-quality, low-cost generics •  Eye care division !  Company key figures 2013: • Headquarters in Basel, Switzerland • 135,000 associates • USD 58 billion annual sales • USD 430 million energy costs
  4. 4. Drug Discovery at Novartis: NIBR !  Pharmaceutical research within Novartis is conducted primarily through the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research (NIBR) with global headquarters in Cambridge !  Unique research strategy driven by patient needs !  Intensifying focus on molecular pathways shared by various diseases !  Integration of clinical insights with mechanistic understanding of disease !  Research-to-Development transition redefined through fast and rigorous “proof-of-concept” trials !  Collaborations with academia and biotech strengthen preclinical pipeline | ISCN Conference | Karen Coyne | June 2014 | Novartis Sustainability | Business Use Only
  5. 5. | ISCN Conference | Karen Coyne | June 2014 | Novartis Sustainability | Business Use Only Our Linkage to Sustainability Four pillars of corporate citizenship at Novartis People and communities !  Diversity & inclusion !  Living wage !  Health & safety !  Community involvement !  Emergency aid Environment !  Risk prevention & management !  Resource management Patients !  Access !  Research !  Clinical trials !  Dialogue We want to discover, develop and successfully market innovative products to cure and prevent diseases, to ease suffering and to enhance the quality of life. We also want to provide a shareholder return that reflects outstanding performance and to adequately reward those who invest ideas and work in our company. Business conduct !  Integrity & Compliance !  Marketing practices !  Third-party management !  Integrity Line
  6. 6. Relevance to Theme of Sustainable Campuses Typical Usage of Energy | ISCN Conference | Karen Coyne | June 2014 | Novartis Sustainability | Business Use Only
  7. 7. • Air Change Rate Reduction -  Significant energy reduction potential due to legacy air change rates • Fume Hood Management -  Variable Air Volume and Setback Controls, Sash Management, Minimum Airflows • HVAC Set Points -  Set Points: Summer/Winter; Occupied/Unoccupied • Electric Motor Management -  Program to track age, load, and operating hours of all electric motors • Lighting Audit -  Focus on levels, fixtures and schedules Current NIBR Energy Conservation Measures Mid/LongTermQuickHits–O&M | ISCN Conference | Karen Coyne | June 2014 | Novartis Sustainability | Business Use Only7
  8. 8. | ISCN Conference | Karen Coyne | June 2014 | Novartis Sustainability | Business Use Only8 Future Energy Efficiency: Energy Efficient Buildings Cambridge Research Campus Expansion Project Buildings !  High Performance Glass/Facade !  USGBC LEED Certification Utility Plant !  Tri-Gen – Power, Heat, Cooling !  Variable Flow Pumping !  High Efficiency Frictionless Variable Speed Chillers Lighting !  High Efficiency Lighting Design !  Daylight Sensor Control !  Occupancy Sensor Control Waterside !  Rain, Grey, Condensate Water Collection/Reuse !  Chilled Beams - Radiant Heating !  Water Cooled Freezers !  Chemical Free Tower
  9. 9. ! Move to Open Concept Floor Plans ! Air Flow •  Fume hood densities are much lower •  Reduced levels of chemical volumes ! Plug Loads •  More computational activity; plug load energy efficiencies have increased, however significantly more equipment ! Lighting •  Higher lighting efficiencies & more day lighting | ISCN Conference | Karen Coyne | June 2014 | Novartis Sustainability | Business Use Only9 Changing Trends in Lab Design
  10. 10. Karen Coyne Head, NIBR Global Health, Safety & Environment & Business Continuity, Novartis ISCN, June 2014 Novartis Sustainability: Translating Corporate Citizenship Strategy in Cambridge Research Environment

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