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Sustainability Cultural Indicators Program North Campus Sustainability Initiative. April 15, 2014. Agenda. Background to the Sustainability Cultural Indicators Program (SCIP ) Overview of  Year 1 f indings Using the Data - Current and F uture ideas Current S tatus of SCIP

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Sustainability Cultural

Indicators Program

North Campus

Sustainability Initiative

April 15, 2014

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Agenda

  • Background to the Sustainability Cultural Indicators Program (SCIP)
  • Overview of Year 1 findings
  • Using the Data - Current and Futureideas
  • Current Status of SCIP
  • Questions and Discussion
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Campus Sustainability

Integrated Assessment

The purpose of the Campus Sustainability Integrated Assessment was to collaboratively develop practicable ideas and goals to guide sustainable campus operations at U-M.

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Culture of Sustainability

What is it? How do we measure it? How do we know if its changing?

Knowledge, Awareness

Behaviors, Actions

Commitments

Values, Dispositions

general

U-M specific

Travel & Transportation

Waste Reduction & Conservation

Natural Environment

Sustainable Food

Climate Change

CLIMATE ACTION reduce GHG emissions by 25%; decrease GHG/passenger trip for UM trans. options by 30%

WASTE PREVENTION reduce waste tonnage to disposal facilities by 40%

U-M

Goals 2025

HEALTHY ENVIRONMENTS protect Huron River water quality by reducing volume of chemicals used in land management by 40%; purchase 20% of U-M food from sustainable sources.

COMMUNITY AWARENESS educational programs; monitoring/evaluating progress; reporting

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Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan

EAST CAMPUS

NORTH CAMPUS

MEDICAL CAMPUS

CENTRAL CAMPUS

SOUTH CAMPUS

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Invitation letter from Mary Sue Coleman and reminder video message from Basketball Coach John Beilein

2012 Results

2166staff and faculty responses

4018 student responses

Overall response rate = 43%

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Selected Findings-

  • 2012 Distributions - 1
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Selected Findings –

2012 Distributions - 2

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Cultural Sustainability Indicators

Primary Secondary

Sustainability Engagement

U-M (3)

General (4)

Sustainability Commitment (1)

Sustainability Disposition (3)

Evaluating U-M Sust. Initiatives (8)

Climate Action

Travel Behavior (1)

Conservation Behavior (4)

Waste Prevention

Waste Prevention Behavior (4)

Healthy Environments

Protecting the Natural Environment (3)

Sustainable Food Purchases (3)

Community Awareness

Travel and Transportation (4)

Waste Prevention (5)

Natural Environment Protection (4)

Sustainable Food s (7)

U-M Sustainability Initiatives (8)

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CULTURAL INDICATORS - BEHAVIORAL

Climate Action Waste Prevention Healthy Environments_________

Waste Prevention

Behavior

Travel Behavior

Conservation

Behavior

Sustainable Food

Purchases

Protecting

Nat. Env.

U-M Sustain.

Engagement

high

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

Students

Faculty

Staff

low

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CULTURAL INDICATORS - AWARENESS

______________________________Community Awareness______________________________________

Nat. Environment

Protection

Sustainable Foods

U-M Sustain.

Initiatives

Waste Prevention

Sustainable

Travel

high

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

Students

Faculty

Staff

low

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CULTURAL INDICATORS - OTHER

Sustain.

Disposition

Sustain.

Engagement

Sustain.

Commitment

Rating of U-M

Sustain. Initiatives

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

Faculty

Students

Staff

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CULTURAL INDICATORS – BEHAVIORAL

CAMPUS DIFFERENCES AMONG STAFF-FACULTY

Central North Medical Health South East

Campus Campus Campus Sciences Campus Campus

high

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

Waste Prevention Behavior

Conservation Behavior

Protecting Nat.

Environment

Sustainable Food Purchases

Travel Behavior

U-M Sustainability Engagement

low

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Current Status of SCIP

  • 2013 data collection completed
  • Still working on data cleaning and recoding but a few interesting changes
    • Awareness of Greenride/iShareaRide
      • Staff: 8%(2012) 17% (2013)
    • Use of Motion Sensor Power Strip
      • Staff: 10% (2012) 25% (2013)
  • On-going analysis
    • Meeting with multiple campus units
    • Examining other issues - non-respondents and platforms (computer, mobile device, etc.)

Questions / Discussion

John Callewaert, [email protected]

http://graham.umich.edu/leadership/scip

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