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CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE. AND SUSTAINABILITY AT MALASPINA. Campus Master Planning Committee. CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE. Presentation Outline. History and Structure Policy Membership Mandate Initiatives Sustainability. CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE. History.

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CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE

AND SUSTAINABILITY AT MALASPINA

Campus Master Planning Committee

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CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE

Presentation Outline

  • History and Structure
  • Policy
  • Membership
  • Mandate
  • Initiatives
  • Sustainability
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CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE

History

  • 1996: Campaign Against Parking Fees
  • 1998: Green Campus Committee
  • 1999: Environmental Trust Pay Parking
  • 2000: TASMI
  • 2007: Campus Sustainability Committee
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Policy and Procedures

  • TASMI (44.09)
  • Environmental Trust (44.10)
  • Parking Services (44.11)
  • Terms of Reference
  • No Procedures
  • http://mala.ca/policies/
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Membership

  • 2 Students - appointed by MSU
  • 2 Faculty - one from each MFA and BCGEU
  • 1 Support Staff – appointed by CUPE
  • 1 Administrator – appointed by President
  • 1 Board Member – appointed by Board
  • Director of Communications or Designate, ex-officio and non-voting
  • Director of Facilities, ex-officio and non-voting
  • Vice-President Administration, ex-officio and non-voting
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Current Membership

  • Students: Sheridan Clemson, Steven Beasley
  • Faculty: Jean Maltesen, Steve Earle
  • Support Staff: Steve Hughes
  • Administrator: David Drakeford, Assoc, VP Ac.
  • Board Member: Dawne Grant (outgoing)
  • Debra Jacklin, Communications Officer
  • Ric Kelm, Facilities Director
  • Maria Frost, Vice-President Administration (Interim)
  • Diane Shipclark, Committee Secretary
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CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE

Mandate

Advise the Board on the development and execution of a campus sustainability plan to increase levels of sustainable development, reduce waste created by University-College operations, and maximize energy efficiency and effectiveness of University-College facilities.

Work with the campus community to encourage and promote sustainable transportation methods for members of the campus community in travelling to and from Malaspina campuses.

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Mandate (cont…)

Support initiatives to raise awareness about sustainability issues among the campus community and encourage dialogue and discussion of related matters.

Make recommendations on the allocation of funding to initiatives in the campus sustainability plan and recommended priorities for investment of the Environmental Trust on an annual basis.

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Mandate (cont…)

Promote the University-College’s commitment to sustainability to the campus community and the community at large as a means to encourage greater public commitment to issues of sustainability.

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Past Initiatives

  • Bike Lockers
  • Transit Planning
  • Transportation Demand Management
  • Parking Facilities
  • Green Space Enhancement
  • Call Boxes
  • Other
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CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE

Current Initiatives

  • SYC Campus Sustainability Assessment (action)
  • Communications Plan (action)
  • Best Practices Assessment (action)
  • Policy Review and Updates (action)
  • Biodiesel plant (action)
  • Transit Planning (discussion)
  • Campus Master Planning (discussion)
  • Carbon Neutrality Mandate (discussion)
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Campus Sustainability

Based on the current mandate of the CSC, sustainability is interpreted as reducing the ecological footprint and climate-change impact of the University-College and ensuring that each generation of faculty, staff and students does not deplete the social, economic and environmental capital left for the next generation.

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Ecological footprint – Reducing our contribution to climate change

Electricity and gas usage data supplied by Facilities Services, personal car data based on information on parking use and assumptions about trip length (avg. 10 km each way) and vehicle types.

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Expand Sustainability - Environment

  • Bioregionalism – Unifying Purpose and Place:
  • Integrate operation and curriculum with the region
  • Model global leadership through local actions
  • Participate in community ecology
  • Ecological footprint – Preserving our Environmental Capital:
  • Malaspina’s Operations
  • Transit vs commuting
  • Home and work
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Expand Sustainability - Social

  • Shared Governance – Cooperation and Responsibility:
  • All stakeholders responsible for finding solutions
  • Interdisciplinary approach to sustainability
  • Integrated environmental, academic planning
  • Built Environment - Sense of Place:
  • Built environment should reflect values, ideas
  • Should be unique and interesting
  • Should be consistent with environment/ecosystem
  • Mixed use planning
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Expand Sustainability – Social (cont.)

  • Access to Education – Sharing Knowledge:
  • Sharing knowledge through publication, participation
  • Keeping Education public
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Expand Sustainability – Economic

  • Economic Self-Sufficiency – Maitre Chez Nous!:
  • Less dependent on government funds
  • Consistency in budgeting and funding