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1 Creating a Greener Campus Tracie Hall Executive Director U.S. Green Building Council New York Upstate Chapter State University of New York Physical Plant Administrators Association And New York Association of Physical Plant Administrators of Universities and Colleges

2 What is a Green Campus? [grEn kām'pəs] n. a higher education community that is improving energy efficiency, conserving resources, and enhancing environmental quality by educating for sustainability and creating healthy living and learning environments. U.S. Green Building Council Higher Education Update

3 Test USGBC is a Membership Based, Not-for-Profit Organization Promoting Buildings That Are: Environmentally Responsible Economically Profitable Healthy Places to Live, Work, Learn, and Shop U.S. Green Building Council

4 Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design ® A Leading-Edge System for Designing, Constructing, Operating and Certifying the World’s Greenest Buildings. LEED® Green Building Rating System™ LEED Registered Projects: 32,210 | LEED Certified Projects: 7,522 | LEED APs: 155,000

5 LEED® Projects in Higher Ed 634 certified 3,179 registered

6 LEED on Campus The Princeton Review and USGBC release first-ever Guide to 286 Green Colleges 68% of the 12,718 surveyed students are looking for a school that makes the environment a priority, and schools are responding According to the “Hopes and Worries Survey” conducted by The Princeton Review in 2009

7 USGBC C ONGRATULATIES G REEN G UIDE S CHOOLS WITH LEED C ERTIFIED B UILDINGS

8 SUNY University at Buffalo Buffalo Life Sciences Complex LEED NC 2.1 Silver Cornell University Bio-Fuels Research Lab LEED NC 2.2 Gold SUNY Cortland Glass Tower Hall LEED NC 2.1 Certified Adelphi University Sports & Arts Center LEED NC 2.2 Certified Weill Hall - Life Sciences Tech. Bldg. LEED NC 2.1 Gold West Campus Residential Initiative LEED NC 2.1 Certified Buffalo State College Burchfield-Penney Art Gallery LEED NC 2.1 Silver Daemen College Center for Information Research LEED NC 2.1 Gold Columbia University Columbia LDEO LEED NC 2.2 Silver Roberts Wesleyan College Golisano Library LEED NC 2.1 Silver The College of Saint Rose Massry Center for the Arts LEED NC 2.2 Gold Monroe Community College PAC Center LEED NC 2.2 Gold Wolk Center Addition to Bldg. 9 LEED NC 2.2 Silver Paul Smith College LEED NC 2.2 Silver Hamilton College Skenandoa House LEED NC 2.1 Silver Ithaca College Dorothy D. and Roy H. Park Center LEED NC 2.1 Platinum

9 Use LEED for Existing Buildings Operations & Maintenance as a Tool for Student Engagement

10 The Paid-From-Savings GUIDE TO GREEN EXISTING BUILDINGS

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12 Why LEED? Why now? Your facility is an asset – make it work for you LEED for Existing Buildings Operations & Maintenance Indoor Environmental Quality 15 Points Prereq 1 Minimum IAQ Performance Required Prereq 2 Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control Required Prereq 3 Green Cleaning Policy Required Credit 1.1 IAQ Management Program 1 Credit 1.2 Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring 1 Credit 1.3 Increased Ventilation 1 Credit 1.4 Reduce Particulates in Air Distribution 1 Credit 1.5 Construction IAQ Management Plan: During Construction 1 Credit 2.1 Occupant Comfort: Occupant Survey 1 Credit 2.2 Controllability of Systems: Lighting 1 Credit 2.3 Occupant Comfort: Thermal Comfort Monitoring 1 Credit 2.4 Occupant Comfort: Daylight and Views, 50% Daylight / 45% Views 1 Credit 3.1 Green Cleaning: High Performance Cleaning Program 1 Credit 3.2 Green Cleaning: Custodial Effectiveness Assessment - Score of ≤ 3 1 Credit 3.3 Green Cleaning: Sustainable Cleaning Products & Materials Purchases 1 Credit 3.4 Green Cleaning: Sustainable Cleaning Equipment 1 Credit 3.5 Green Cleaning: Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Source Control 1

13 1.Scope: Processes to which the policy applies 2. Performance Metric: How performance will be measured or evaluated 3. Goals: Sustainability goals for the building (note: high goals are encouraged, actual achievement is not required) 4. Procedures: outline of strategies to meet the goals 5. Responsible Party: Teams and individuals involved and key tasks 6. Time Period: time period over which the policy applies Components of LEED EBOM Policy Model

14 Warming/Campus-Solutions.aspx ative.org/Document.Doc?id=380

15 Alfred State College SUNY College of Technology -John M. Anderson, President Alfred University -Charles M. Edmondson, President Bard College - Leon Botstein, President Baruch College/City University of New York -Stan Altman, President Broome Community College -Kevin E. Drum, President Cazenovia College -Mark J. Tierno, President Colgate University - Lyle Roelofs, President College of Saint Rose - R. Mark Sullivan, President Concordia College-New York -Viji George, President Cornell University - David Skorton, President Dutchess Community College- D. David Conklin, President Finger Lakes Community College -Barbara Risser, President Hamilton College - Joan Stewart, President Hobart and William Smith Colleges - Mark Gearan, President Houghton College -Shirley Mullen, President Ithaca College -Thomas R. Rochon, President Jamestown Community College -Gregory T. DeCinque, President Jewish Theological Seminary of America - Arnold Eisen, Chancellor Manhattanville College -Molly Smith, President Marymount Manhattan College- Judson Shaver, President Monroe Community College -Anne M. Kress, President Morrisville State College - Raymond Cross, President Nassau Community College - Donald P. Astrab, President New York University -John Sexton, President Onondaga Community College- Debbie Sydow, President Paul Smith's College of Arts and Sciences -John Mills, President Polytechnic University - Jerry M. Hultin, President Pratt Institute - Thomas Schutte, President Purchase College, State University of New York -Thomas Schwarz, President Rochester Institute of Technology - William W. Destler, President Sarah Lawrence College -Karen R. Lawrence, President St. Lawrence University -William L. Fox, President State University of New York at Albany - George Philip, President State University of New York at Binghamton -Lois B. DeFleur, President State University of New York at Buffalo -John Simpson, President State University of New York at Fredonia -Dennis Hefner, President State University of New York at New Paltz - Steven Poskanzer, President State University of New York at Stony Brook - Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. MD, President State University of New York College at Cortland - Erik Bitterbaum, President State University of New York College at Geneseo -Christopher Dahl, President State University of New York College at Oswego - Deborah Stanley, President State University of New York College at Potsdam -John F. Schwaller, President State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry -Cornelius Murphy, President State University of New York Empire State College - Alan R. Davis, President State University of New York Upstate Medical University -David Smith, President Sullivan County Community College - Mamie Howard-Golladay, President SUNY Canton-College of Technology - Joseph Kennedy, President SUNY Orange - William Richards, President SUNY Rockland Community College - Cliff Wood, President Syracuse University - Nancy Cantor, Chancellor & President The City College of New York - Robert Paaswell, Interim President The New School -Bob Kerrey, President Tompkins Cortland Community College -Carl Haynes, President Union College -Stephen Ainlay, President Union Theological Seminary - Serene Jones, President Wagner College-Richard Guarasci, President Wells College - Lisa Ryerson, President Westchester Community College -Joseph Hankin, President Yeshiva University -Richard Joel, President Signatories in NYS

16 Columbia University Registered Ithaca College Registered State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry Registered State University of New York at Fredonia Registered State University of New York at Oswego Registered days remaining to register as a Charter Participant

17 Benefits of Greening a Building

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19 Green Campus Resources American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) Association of University Leaders for a Sustainable Future (ULSF) Campus Ecology Program Clean Air Cool Planet (CACP) College and University Recycling Council (CURC)

20 Tracie Hall, Executive Director New York Upstate Chapter Berkshire County Branch Hudson Valley Branch


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