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Green Campus Action Plan
Green Campus Action Plan
David A Driskill, AIA, LEED AP
Director of Urban Tech
Kevin Doyle, President
Green Economies
Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher
Education , October 11, 2010
GREEN CAMPUS ACTION PLAN
Going from “D” to “A”ction
 We are Texas Tech University
 Spring into Green
 The President’s Task Force for
Sustainability
– Recommendation 1: Appoint a sustainability
liaison to the President
– Recommendation 2: Make an assessment of
green practices on campus
– Recommendation 3: Use Spring into Green as a
Campus Sustainability Report Card
vehicle to publically announce the campus
2010 D+ (higher than last year)
green initiatives.
GREEN CAMPUS ACTION PLAN
We are Texas Tech University
WE ARE TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY
From here, it's possible.
Texas Tech University prides itself on being a major
comprehensive research university that retains the sense of a
smaller liberal arts institution with an enrollment of over
30,000 students.
 Created by legislative action in 1923.
 The major institution of higher education
in a region larger than 46 of the nation’s 50
states.
 The campus is home to a major university,
law school and medical school.
WE ARE TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY
Lubbock, Texas
pop. 300,000-
 Lubbock Lake Landmark: continuous
human habitation for 12,000 – 15,000 yrs.
 Texas annually produces about 25% of the
entire U.S. crop with over 9,000 square
miles of cotton fields!
 According to a study released by the nonpartisan Bay Area Center for Voting
Research, Lubbock is the second most
conservative city in the United States.
FROM HERE, IT IS POSSIBLE!
“I think of Lubbock as the energy capitol of the world: oil, natural gas, inexpensive
coal, biomass, wind and solar. We are water rich. Lubbock sets on a body of
water greater in size than the great lakes, the Ogallala Aquifer.”
David A. Driskill, AIA, LEED AP
GREEN CAMPUS ACTION PLAN
SPRING INTO GREEN
SPRING INTO GREEN
Good Stewardship!
Good Citizenship!
Good Business!
Vice Chancellor Michael Ellicott
Facilities Planning and Construction, TTU System
SPRING INTO GREEN
Green Campus Action Plan
 Fall 2008, College of Architecture receives
$17,000 grant from The CH Foundation
 Day 1: Symposium
• Michael Ellicott, Vice Chancellor for
Facilities Planning and Construction
• David Orr, Oberlin College
• Kevin Doyle, Green Economies
SPRING INTO GREEN
Green Campus Action Plan
 Day 2: World Cafes
• University Community
• Administrators and Managers
http://www.theworldcafe.com/
As a conversational process, the World Café is an
innovative yet simple methodology for hosting
conversations about questions that matter. These
conversations link and build on each other as people
move between groups, cross-pollinate ideas, and
discover new insights into the questions or issues that
are most important in their life, work, or community.
SPRING INTO GREEN
Morning:
Dialog and idea tables hosted
by selected individuals from
across campus. The process
generated notes on newsprint
posted on the Ballroom walls.
Afternoon:
Facilitated session for invited
administers and managers,
many of whom attended the
morning World Café.
SPRING INTO GREEN
Green Campus Action Plan
 Day 2: News Conference
(following the Admin & Mgrs workshop)
 Recommendations to the President
• Establish a position or task force at the University
level to guide the transition to a sustainable campus.
Vice Chancellor Michael Ellicott
• Conduct a assessment of sustainable practices for
the Texas Tech University Campus.
SPRING INTO GREEN
Green Campus Action Plan
 Day 2: Elo and Olga Urbanovsky
Poster Session, Graduate School
• Faculty
• Students
Poster by Urs Peter Flueckiger
SPRING INTO GREEN
US Green Building Council - Students
 First level bullet treatment
 First level bullet treatment
 First level bullet treatment
SPRING INTO GREEN
US Green Building Council - Students
 First level bullet treatment
 First level bullet treatment
 First level bullet treatment
SPRING INTO GREEN
Green Week
US Green Building Council – Students
good stewardship
Principal, The Beck Group, Dallas
SPRING INTO GREEN
Sustainable Business Conference
“The Will Rogers Approach to Real Green Building – by Design” Peter L Peiffer, FAIA
Barley & Pfeiffer Architects
good stewardship
good citizenship
good business
good stewardship
Principal, The Beck Group, Dallas
SPRING INTO GREEN
Second Annual Spring into Green Conference
2010
The Green Revolution, San Antonio’s
Experience Former Mayor Phil Hardberger
Our Children’s World
GREEN CAMPUS ACTION PLAN
President’s Task Force
for a Sustainable Campus
President Guy Bailey
President’s Task Force for a Sustainable Campus
Charge (November 2009)
Chair: David A. Driskill, AIA, LEED AP
Dean Fontenot, Ph.D., Engineering
John Zak, Ph.D., Biology
Robert Diaz, LEED AP, USGBC – students
Cory Chandler, Communications and Marketing
John Brockelhurst, Staff Senate
Josh Frost, SGA
Theresa Drewell, AIA, V-Chancellor, Facilities
Planning
Mike Faires, V-President, Operations
Deborah Crowder, Purchasing
Angela Forney, Housing
•
To conduct a review and assessment of current
sustainability practices at Texas Tech University;
Identify key areas of concern and areas impacted by
sustainable practices; identify opportunities for
sustainable education and research.
•
To present to the President appropriate
recommendations that support the criteria of
responsible stewardship and sustainability at Texas
Tech University.
President’s Task Force for a Sustainable Campus
Recommendations (Mar. 2010)
Chair: David A. Driskill, AIA, LEED AP
Dean Fontenot, Ph.D., Engineering
John Zak, Ph.D., Biology
Robert Diaz, LEED AP, USGBC – students
Cory Chandler, Communications and Marketing
John Brockelhurst, Staff Senate
Josh Frost, SGA
Theresa Drewell, AIA, V-Chancellor, Facilities
Planning
Mike Faires, V-President, Operations
Deborah Crowder, Purchasing
Angela Forney, Housing
•
Texas Tech University membership in the
Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in
Higher Education (AASHE).
•
Institutionalization of sustainable practices.
•
Take advantage of Earth Day and Green Week to
announce membership in the Association for the
Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
GREEN CAMPUS ACTION PLAN
From Here it is Possible!
From Here it is Possible
Arbor Day, April 2010
•
Texas Tech University membership in the
Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in
Higher Education (AASHE).
•
Institutionalization of sustainable practices.
August 2010
•
Michael Faires, Assoc. Vice-President/Operations
named Campus Sustainability Liaison
•
Sustainability Office created, Karen Hopkins hired
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