Chabot College  Cli t A ti Pl

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Chabot College Cli t A ti Pl
Climate Action Planning Process
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Facilities and Sustainability Committee Meeting
March 25, 2010
Tiffany Batac
Parsons Brinckerhoff
[email protected]
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Agenda
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Recap of Meeting #1
Continue discussion of potential mid‐ and Continue discussion of potential mid
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long‐term actions for consideration
Discuss preliminary analysis of GHG benefits
Discuss preliminary analysis of GHG benefits for near‐term strategies Oh
Other progress updates and next steps
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Planning Timeframe
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February
March
• Overview
Overview of Draft GHG Emissions Inventory
of Draft GHG Emissions Inventory
• Discuss Early Actions and Near‐Term Potential Actions for Consideration
• Discuss Mid‐ and Long‐Term Potential Actions for Consideration
• Develop Draft Climate Action Plan
April
• Discuss Research and Cost/Benefit Analysis
• Review and Discuss Draft Climate Action Plan
May
• Bring Draft Climate Action Plan to Board for Review/Approval
Early Action Measures
Buildings and Energy
•Minimum LEED Silver for all new construction and renovated facilities
•Motion detecting lights
•Energy Star Procurement (incl. new energy saving computers)
energy saving computers)
•Solar panels on parking decks
•Cool Roofs
•Co‐generation plant
•Energy Management System
Water and Waste
•Comprehensive recycling and •Comprehensi
e re lin and
composting program
•Reduced use of plastic water bottles
•E‐gradebooks
•Weather system for soccer fields
Transportation
•Replace gas‐powered vehicles with alternative fuels (4 District vehicles replaced with electric)
•Redesign of parking lot to improve transit accessibility to campus
accessibility to campus
Education and Community Outreach
•Facilities and Sustainability Committee
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ilities and S stainabilit Committee
•Distance learning (i.e. Nursing Program + 3 new distance learning classrooms)
•Tri‐CED Recycling Program
GHG R d i C
GHG Reduction Categories
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Transportation
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Energy
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Recycling and Waste
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Water
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Research, Education and Community Outreach
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Near‐Term GHG Reduction Strategies
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Ridesharing Program
Carpool Spaces
Improve Bike Facilities and Infrastructure
Improve Bike Facilities and Infrastructure
Express Shuttle to/from BART
Express Shuttle to/from BART
Increase Ave. Fuel Efficiency
Teleconference/Videoconference Mtgs
“Switch it Off” Campaign
Seasonal Building Temperature Control
Wind and Solar Power
Wind and Solar Power
“Sustainable
Sustainable Scheduling
Scheduling”
Campus Security Lighting Controls
Energy Audits
E‐Timesheets and Filing
Reusable Office Supply Exchange
Regular E‐Recycling Events
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Reduce Waste in Food Services and Packaging
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Double‐Sided Default Printing
Purchase and Install Water Meters (in all buildings and irrigation lines to track monthly usage)
Waterless Urinals and/or Low Flow High Efficiency Toilets
Waterless Urinals and/or Low‐Flow, High Efficiency Toilets
Incorporate Sustainability in Labs, Courses, Certification Programs
Enhance Distance Learning
Web Communications
Sustainability Events and Workshops
Mid‐ to Long‐Term GHG Reduction Strategies Transportation
• Car‐sharing for Campus
• Explore bringing food services on or closer to campus
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• Zero emission District vehicles
Energy
• Replace current lighting fixtures with LED • Wind Power
Purchase Offsets or
• Purchase Offsets or Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)
• Explore other technological Explore other technological
improvements to the classroom
Mid‐ to Long‐Term GHG Reduction Strategies
Education, Research, Community Outreach • Incorporate sustainability in labs, courses, certification tifi ti
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• Create full‐time position for sustainability management
Recycling and Waste
• Reduce waste in food services & packaging
Outline of Climate Action Plan
Outline of Climate Action Plan
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Acknowledgements
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Letter from the President
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Executive Summary
Introduction
Baseline Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory
Early Action Measures
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Mitigation Strategies
Near‐Term Strategies
o Long‐Term Strategies
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Tracking and Measuring Progress
Conclusions
BAU Baseline and Reduction Target
BAU Baseline and Reduction Target
20,000.0
18,000.0
15% Reduction
below 2008 Levels
16,000.0
14,000.0
MtCO2e
12,000.0
10,000.0
Business As Usual Baseline
8,000.0
2020 GHG Reduction Target
6 000 0
6,000.0
2008 Gross Baseline = 17,984.6 MtCO2e
2020 BAU Baseline = 18,745.8 MtCO2e
4,000.0
2,000.0
2020 Target = 15 286 9 MtCO2e
2020 Target = 15,286.9 MtCO2e
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2005
2010
2015
Year
2020
Composting/Mulching: Assumptions
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Organic material (does not include food p
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composting)
Linear projection
Implementation date: Pre 2005
Implementation date: Pre‐2005
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Photovoltaic Panels: Assumptions
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~1.1 Megawatts of power generated
1 606 288 kWh produced annually
1,606,288 kWh produced annually
Implementation date: 2009
Increased Fuel Efficiency: Assumptions
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Eco Driving: Up to 33.3% increase in fuel Eco‐Driving:
Up to 33 3% increase in fuel
efficiency*
Increase ave MPG from 24 7 to 32 9 by 2020
Increase ave. MPG from 24.7 to 32.9 by 2020 (i.e. different vehicles, fuels, eco‐driving, etc.)
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All other commuting characteristics held i
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constant to 2009 data
Implementation date: 2010**
*As quoted by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Implementation date stated only to identify assumptions for analytical purposes. Does not date stated only to identify assumptions for analytical purposes. Does not
**Implementation
reflect actual implementation or adoption date.
“Sustainable
Sustainable Scheduling
Scheduling” ‐
Assumptions/Considerations
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Commuter savings
Building energy savings
Time Savings
Load shifting
Implementation date: 2010**
Implementation date: 2010
**Implementation
Implementation date stated only to identify assumptions for analytical purposes. Does not date stated only to identify assumptions for analytical purposes Does not
reflect actual implementation or adoption date.
GHG Baseline and Potential Cumulative Reductions GHG
Baseline and Potential Cumulative Reductions
to Achieve 2020 Target
20,000.0
18 000 0
18,000.0
16,000.0
14,000.0
MtCO2e
12,000.0
Business As Usual Baseline
Increased Fuel Efficiency Reductions
10,000.0
Solar Power Reductions
8,000.0
Composting Reductions
Sustainable Scheduling Reductions
6,000.0
2020 GHG Reduction Target
4,000.0
2,000.0
0.0
2005
2010
2015
Year
*Preliminary Analysis – Subject to Change
2020
Summary of Preliminary Analysis for Summary
of Preliminary Analysis for
Near‐Term GHG Reduction Strategies
Reduction Strategies
Increased Fuel Efficiency
Solar Panels
Sustainable Scheduling - Energy
Sustainable Scheduling - Transp
Composting
BAU Emissions Baseline
Total Offsets
Net Emissions Baseline
2020 Target Baseline Goal
Additional Reductions
2005
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-13.5
17,652.6
-13.5
17,639.1
2010
0.0
-528.5
-134.0
-20.8
-16.9
16,869.4
-700.2
16,169.2
2015
-1,819.1
-528.5
-134.0
-18.6
-20.5
17,805.7
-2,520.7
15,285.0
2020
-3,264.2
-528.5
-134.0
-17.0
-24.1
18,745.8
-3,967.8
14,778.0
15,286.9
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508.9
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Note: Emissions expressed in terms of metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalents (MtCO2e)
*Preliminary Analysis – Subject to Change
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Next Steps
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Complete analysis for the following strategies:
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Campus Shuttle Service
Seasonal Building Temperatures
Wind Power
Assess costs and/or cost savings of measures
Discuss Final GHG Emissions Inventory and y
updates to analysis
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