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Region 5 Sustainability Network. Region 5 & 7 Joint Conference Indianapolis, IN June 4, 2009. Tony Nesky Horne Engineering Services, Inc. U.S. Army Office of Regional Environmental and Government Affairs--Northern. Mission.

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Region 5 Sustainability Network

Region 5 & 7 Joint ConferenceIndianapolis, IN

June 4, 2009

Tony Nesky

Horne Engineering Services, Inc.

U.S. Army Office of Regional Environmental

and Government Affairs--Northern


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Mission

The Region 5 Sustainability Network is a collaborative body of Federal and State agencies that advocates sustainable principles, practices, policies and projects within State and Federal government sectors. The Network serves as an open, neutral and objective forum to share successful projects and technologies and to take a multidisciplinary, regional approach to promote and facilitate sustainability.


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Agenda

  • Why is the Army involved?

  • History and Purpose of the Network

  • Activities, Outcomes, & Obstacles

  • Role of P2 in Sustainability


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Army Sustainability Goals

  • Foster a sustainability ethic

  • Strengthen Army operations

  • Meet test, training, and mission requirements

  • Minimize impacts and total ownership costs

  • Enhance well-being

  • Drive innovation


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Operational Sustainability

Incorporate sustainability into Army planning, training, equipping, and operations in order to enable future capabilities, lower life cycle costs, and conserve resources.


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Situation

Mission

Execution

Concept of Operations

Intent

Goals/Objectives

Lines of Operations

Administration and Logistics

Command and Control

Army Campaign Plan for Sustainability


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The Situation as the Army Sees It

Training

Restrictions

Public Concerns

Encroachment

Resource

Scarcity

Degradation of

Training Lands

  • 80% GHG reduction by 2050

  • Hundreds of endangered species

  • Need for moretraining area

  • Aging infrastructure

  • Inefficient use of resources

  • Well-beingconcerns

MISSION


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What is Sustainability?

“Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”


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The Triple Bottom Line


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Region 5 Sustainability Network Vision

“Federal and State government organizations and their partners conduct operations efficiently and effectively without endangering human health, degrading the environment, depleting natural resources, or deferring problems to future generations. Quality of services provided to the public is enhanced by leveraging the interdependence of mission, environment, and community needs.”


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Official Launch, April 2007


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Growth in Membership, 2008-2009


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Activities

  • Create and manage a clearinghouse to share information

  • Encourage training for members

  • Communicate ideas though conferences and meetings, either electronically or in-person

  • Seek linkages and partnerships to leverage resources

  • Showcase sustainable programs, projects, and initiatives

  • Recognize individuals and teams that champion sustainable initiatives

  • Explore processes, policy, and resourcing choices


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Teleconference Presentations

  • Sustainability Modeling with GIS, Professor Brian Deal, University of Illinois

  • Planning for a Sustainable Future: A Guide for Local Governments, Dr. Steven Cohen, Director, Earth Institute, Columbia University

  • Living Well in Minneapolis, Gayle Prest, Sustainability Coordinator, City of Minneapolis

  • Sustainable Power Systems, Dr. Valerie Lyons, Chief Power and In-Space Propulsion Systems, NASA Glenn

  • Development of an Energy Sustainability Plan at Rock Island Arsenal, David Osborn, Rock Island Arsenal


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Sharing information on FedCenter.gov


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November 2008 Workgroup Meeting


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Workgroup Meeting Conclusions

  • Priority Aspects

    • Energy conservation/renewable energy

    • Green procurement and construction

    • Solid waste reduction

  • Barriers to Sustainability

    • Lack of funds for up-front costs

    • Disjointed planning within organizations


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Workgroup Outcomes

  • Consensus on Sustainability

  • Approaches to Fostering Sustainability

    • Mandatory sustainability requirements

    • Education

    • Outreach and Partnerships

    • Incorporating requirements into strategic plans.


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Subgroups

  • Workgroup decided to launch priority subgroups

    • Resources

    • Metrics

    • Energy

    • Institutional Planning

  • Members can start their own workgroups


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P2 and Sustainability

“…conduct operations efficiently and effectively without endangering human health, degrading the environment, depleting natural resources, or deferring problems to future generations .”


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Army Concept of Operations – Operational Design

OUTCOMES

Meet statutory & regulatory requirements through enterprise execution & synchronization across LOOs

Lower total life-cycle costs

Continued access to land & resources necessary for training & testing

Doctrine & practices that instill a sustainability ethic

Partnerships leveraged to provide sustainable services & infrastructure

P2

P2

P2

Materiel

Sustain

Prepare

Reset

Transform

Readiness

Lines of Operation

Human Capital

Services & Infrastructure

Key Supporting Tasks

Commander’s Program

Governance Processes

Strategic Communications

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From “Cradle to Grave” to “Cradle to Cradle”

  • In older linear manufacturing processes, 94% of inputs end as waste or unwanted byproducts

  • 99% of original materials used in the production of, or contained in, the goods made in the US become waste within 6 weeks of sale.

  • P2 processes needed to turn waste into resources everywhere


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Conclusions

  • Great public interest in sustainability as an operational principle

  • P2 should also be an organizing principle in the selection of products and technologies

  • Structure of the Region 5 Sustainability Network has been well received


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CO-CHAIRS

Jim Hartman, Director, Office of Regional Environmental and Government Affairs—Northern,[email protected]

Mark McDermid, Director, Bureau of Cooperative Environmental Assistance, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources608-267-3125

COORDINATOR

Tony Nesky, Regional Environmental and Government Affairs Coordinator, Region [email protected]

Contacts


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