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Amplifying	
  Impact	
  Through	
  
Collabora6on	
  
Ka6e	
  Lapp,	
  Execu6ve	
  Vice	
  President	
  
	
  
	
  
2014	
  ...
“Universi)es	
  have	
  a	
  special	
  role	
  and	
  a	
  special	
  
responsibility	
  in	
  confron)ng	
  the	
  chall...
Genera6ng	
  Solu6ons	
  to	
  Climate	
  Change	
  
Reduce	
  greenhouse	
  gas	
  emissions	
  
30%	
  by	
  2016,	
  including	
  growth	
  and	
  
renovaBon,	
  from	
  a	...
Building	
  on	
  Our	
  Progress	
  
1.  Launch	
  Climate	
  Change	
  SoluBons	
  Fund	
  
2.  ConBnue	
  aggressive	
 ...
One Harvard
Cul6va6ng	
  Partnerships	
  for	
  Global	
  Impact	
  
•  Leverage	
  individual	
  strengths	
  of	
  each	
  sector	
 ...
MA	
  Green	
  High	
  Performance	
  	
  
Compu6ng	
  Center	
  
90,000	
  square	
  foot,	
  10	
  MW	
  state-­‐of-­‐th...
Boston	
  Green	
  Ribbon	
  Commission	
  
	
  
Developing	
  shared	
  strategies	
  for	
  addressing	
  climate	
  
ch...
Climate	
  Preparedness	
  
•  Hosted	
  regional	
  summit	
  to	
  share	
  strategies	
  
•  Consistent	
  modeling	
  ...
Lessons	
  Learned	
  
•  Senior	
  leaders	
  drive	
  shared	
  vision	
  and	
  accountability	
  
•  Leverage	
  indiv...
•  Strengthen,	
  deepen	
  relaBonship	
  with	
  host	
  communiBes	
  
•  Opportunity	
  to	
  inform	
  policy	
  
•  ...
@GreenHarvard	
  
Connect	
  With	
  Us	
  
green.harvard.edu	
  
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Katie Lapp: Amplifying Impact Through Collaboration

  1. 1. Amplifying  Impact  Through   Collabora6on   Ka6e  Lapp,  Execu6ve  Vice  President       2014  ISCN  Conference   June  2,  2014      
  2. 2. “Universi)es  have  a  special  role  and  a  special   responsibility  in  confron)ng  the  challenges  of   climate  change  and  environmental   sustainability.”         -­‐  President  Drew  G.  Faust  (October  2008)  
  3. 3. Genera6ng  Solu6ons  to  Climate  Change  
  4. 4. Reduce  greenhouse  gas  emissions   30%  by  2016,  including  growth  and   renovaBon,  from  a  2006  baseline.  
  5. 5. Building  on  Our  Progress   1.  Launch  Climate  Change  SoluBons  Fund   2.  ConBnue  aggressive  GHG/energy  reducBon   3.  Signatory  to  UN  Principles  for  Responsible  Investment   Ban  Ki-­‐Moon,  UN  Secretary  General  
  6. 6. One Harvard
  7. 7. Cul6va6ng  Partnerships  for  Global  Impact   •  Leverage  individual  strengths  of  each  sector   •  Break  down  silos  across  sectors   •  Smarter,  more  effecBve  soluBons  
  8. 8. MA  Green  High  Performance     Compu6ng  Center   90,000  square  foot,  10  MW  state-­‐of-­‐the-­‐art   research  compuBng  center  
  9. 9. Boston  Green  Ribbon  Commission     Developing  shared  strategies  for  addressing  climate   change  including    reducing  greenhouse  gas  emissions  
  10. 10. Climate  Preparedness   •  Hosted  regional  summit  to  share  strategies   •  Consistent  modeling  and  approach  with  faculty  input   •  EffecBve  risk  management  &  planning  
  11. 11. Lessons  Learned   •  Senior  leaders  drive  shared  vision  and  accountability   •  Leverage  individual  strengths   •  Focus  on  common  goals  
  12. 12. •  Strengthen,  deepen  relaBonship  with  host  communiBes   •  Opportunity  to  inform  policy   •  Move  forward  farther,  faster  with  shared  soluBons   Partnerships  Deliver  Posi6ve  Change  
  13. 13. @GreenHarvard   Connect  With  Us   green.harvard.edu  

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