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UWM Sustainability Chalk Board

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CLIMATE
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory

Scope 1-Direct emissions from all on-campus fuel combustion (Heat Plant) as well as emissions from fertilizer and from fuel used by UWM vehicles

Scope 2-Indirect emissions from UWM-purchased electricity and purchased steam

Scope 3-Other emissions linked to the campus such as student, faculty, and staff commuting, study abroad air travel, and landfilled waste.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction 2.11/14.00

UWM’s net emissions per square foot decreased
in the last four years due to:
Increased building energy efficiency (Performance Contracting)
Reduced natural gas consumption at the Heat Plant
Increased alternative transportation use (biking, walking, and busing)
Purchase of renewable energy credits.
Air Travel Emissions
Local Offsets Program
ENERGY
Energy Metering
Energy Management System


Vending Machine Sensors
Lighting Sensors
JCI Metasys System
Lucid Dashboard
LED Lighting

Timers for Temperature Control
34% of campus is occupancy based
heating, cooling, and lighting
Building Energy Consumption
UW-Milwaukee’s energy consumption per gross square foot has dropped nearly 27% since 2008, based on weather-adjusted data.


For Fiscal Year 2013, $4 million in energy savings went to the campus to assist the budget deficit.

Clean & Renewable Energy
BUILDINGS
Indoor Air Quality
All occupied building space is managed to meet ASHRAE STANDARD 90.1-2007
Building Operations & Maintenance
Meet Sustainable Facilities Standards
Building Design & Construction

LEED Gold Certified-
Zilber School of Public Health &
Cambridge Commons

WATER
Weather-Informed Irrigation
Xeriscaping
No automatic irrigation
Non-Potable Water Usage
Stormwater Management
Cambridge Commons Residence Hall
Building Water Metering
Residence Halls on the Lucid Dashboard
Water Consumption
Grounds
Native Plants
Snow & Ice Removal

Landscape Waste Composting

Wildlife Habitat
Tree Campus USA
Integrated Pest
Management
Natural Lawn care
Waste
Dining Services
Purchasing
Transportation
Materials Exchange-Surplus
Redistribute on campus
Sell to the Public
Donate
Recycle
Final-landfill
Electronic Waste Recycling Program
7-10,000 lbs/month recycled
Hazardous Waste Management

Chemical Reuse Inventory
Limiting Printing
Green Office Certification- Set double-sided printing as the default for each public printer.
Materials Online
Course catalogs available online
Construction & Demolition
Waste Diversion
Over 95% of construction and demolition waste from the Zilber School of Public Health was diverted from landfills
Waste Reduction
Waste Diversion
1446.8 Tons-Traditional Recycling
87 Tons-Surplus
40% Diversion Rate
Move-Out Waste Reduction
Move-In Waste Reduction
-Opportunity!
Recycled Content Napkins

Vegan Dining

Trans-Fats

Guidelines for Franchises
Dining Services has a 3-step approach for ordering:
1. Utilize all garden foods first
2. Utilize Midwest Foods for Local Wisconsin Farmers
3. Utilize Main distributor
Trayless Dining

Reusable Container Discounts
Pre-Consumer Food Waste Composting
3/09-2/14-Divert to Growing Power, all pre-cooked kitchen scrape and GRIND coffee grounds

3/14-Divert as much as possible to on-site composting operation
Post-Consumer Food Waste Composting
Biodegradable to-go plates, napkins, and cups
Food & Beverage Purchasing
14.2% of all purchases meet credit requirements
Grown & processed within 250 miles of UWM


Third-Party Certified
LOCAL-Living Operating Consuming & Acquiring Locally
Computer Purchasing
Vendor Code of Conduct

Historically Underutilized Businesses

Local Businesses
Cleaning Products Purchasing
Green-Seal Certified

Office Paper Purchasing
UWM Print & Copy Services

Green Office Certification participants will have 100% recycled content copy paper
Mass Transit Programs
Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan

Master Plan

BATForce

CDS Study

Transportation Study recommendations
Condensed Work Week

Telecommuting

Local Housing
Carpool/Vanpool Matching

Car Sharing
Student Commute Modal Split
Employee Commute Modal Split
Facilities for Bicyclists
Bike Lockers

Accessible Showers

Bike Fix-it Station
13 CNG Vehicles
52 E-85 Vehicles
0 Electric or Hybrid Vehicles
Bicycle Sharing
Campus Fleet
Cash-out of Parking

Carpool Discount

Prohibiting Idling
Coordination & Planning
Sustainability Coordination
-Environmental Sustainability Committee

-Designated Sustainability Position
Physical Campus Plan
2010 Master Plan
Sustainability Plan

Draft Plan Formulated in 2009
Strategic Plan
Academic Themes of climate change, water, food systems, and health

Thematic teams-sustainable prosperity and physical elements
Climate Action Plan
Many campuses set a Net-Zero or Restorative Goal
Diversity & Affordability
Affordability & Access Program
The UW-Milwaukee mission statement includes: " To further academic and professional opportunities at all levels for women, minority, part-time, and financially or educationally disadvantaged students."
Diversity & Equity Coordination
Committees
Council on Inclusion
Advisory Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues
African American Faculty & Staff Council
Americans with Disabilities Act Advisory Committee
Asian Faculty & Staff Association
The Office of Equity/Diversity Services
Diversity & Equity Coordinator
Measuring Campus Diversity Culture
2008-09 Campus Climate Survey

2011-Diversity & Climate at UWM: A Campus Conversation
Support Programs for Underrepresented Groups
Academic Opportunity Center (AOC)
African American Student Academic Services
American Indian Student Services
Black Cultural Center
Center for International Education
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center
Robert Hernandez Center
Southeast Asian American Student Services
Student Support Services (SSS)

Support Programs for Future Faculty
Diversity Fellows Program
Employee Training Opportunities
Educational Opportunities are open and advertised to all primarily through the Office of Equity/Diversity. Educational opportunities are through seminars, workshops, and online training.
Student Training Opportunities
Multiple programs are available to students through the campus Multicultural Center, Student Success Center, and a wide variety of specific cultural centers and student organizations
Gender Neutral Housing
UW-Milwaukee is proud to be the first university in the University of Wisconsin System to offer Inclusive Housing
Human Resources
Childcare
UWM Children's Center
Employee Satisfaction Evaluation
2008 Climate Survey
Employee Wellness Program
Symmetry

Work Life Balance

Best Places to Work
Socially Responsible Retirement Plan
Multiple social choice and awareness funds offered by several companies through the UW 403 (b) tax-sheltered annuity program

Access to TIAA-CREF's Socially Responsible Investing Report through UW System
Sustainable Compensation
Living Wage Calculator for City of Milwaukee

$9.48/Hour
Staff Professional Development
in Sustainability
-Online tools
-Workshops, resource fairs, and brown bags
-Currently underway with the UWM Green Office Certification
Sustainability in New
Employee Orientation

Employee Sustainability
Educators Program
Investment
Investment Disclosure

Committee on Investor Responsibility

Shareholder Advocacy
Sustainable Investment Policy
Student-Managed Sustainable
Investment Fund
Positive Sustainability Investments
Opportunity-Student Revolving Green Fund
Investments in sustainable industries , such as renewable energy or sustainable forestry
Businesses selected for exemplary sustainability performances
Sustainability Investment funds
CDFIs
Socially-responsible mutual funds with positive screens
Public Engagement
Farmers Market
North Avenue East Side Market
Trademark Licensing
Member of:
Worker's Rights Consortium
Fair Labor Association
Inter-campus Collaboration on Sustainability
UW System Sustainability Consortium

Assist with MATC curriculum & lab development for Sustainable Facilities Operations program

USGBC-Center for Green Schools
Sustainability Policy Advocacy
Public Health Impact Initiative

SARUP-MMSD, City of Milwaukee

Historic Preservation Institute

Center for Water Policy
Community Sustainability Partnerships
Community Service on Transcripts
CCBLLR-an official certificate is issued after completing at least 75 hours of approved service in the community
Community Service Participation
Community Service Hours
69% of graduating seniors took part in service during collegiate career
Conservative figure of 53,924 hours/year
Sustainability in Continuing Education
School of Continuing Education-
Water Technology Certificate

13 of 1000 courses related to sustainability
Graduation Pledge
Co-Curricular
Sustainability Outreach & Publication
Student Sustainability Outreach Campaign
Sustainability Events
Student Groups
WISPIRG
Ecotone
Engineers Without Borders
Emerging Green Builders
Conservation Club
Organic Gardens
Outdoors Program
Themed Semester or Year
Sustainability in New Student Orientation

Fall Green Fair
Fall Welcome
Sustainable Enterprise
8th Note
Themed Housing

Student Sustainability Educators Program
Environmental Sustainability & Biology-Mathematics Living Learning Community
Model Room in a Residence Hall
Curriculum
Research
Sustainability Courses by Department
38 of 75 departments
Undergraduate Program in Sustainability
Global Studies: Global Sustainability
Graduate Program in Sustainability
PhD in Freshwater Sciences
Masters of Architecture-Ecological Design Concentration
Masters of Sustainable Peacebuilding
Sustainability Course Identification
Sustainability-Focused Courses
Sustainability-Related Courses
Sustainability Learning Outcomes
List of degree programs, covers 753 graduates of 5,690 total
Sustainability Immersive Experience
Center for International Education (CIE)
Germany, Engineering: Environmental Engineering & Renewable Resources

Morocco, Global Health: Maternal & Infant Health in Morocco; Women's Rights and Family in Islam
Sustainability Literacy Assessment
Incentives for Developing Sustainability Courses
Third Coast Project- New Opportunity
Sustainability Research Identification
Sustainability research at UW-Milwaukee is carried out across campus: from climate research to sustainable brownfields redevelopment; green manufacturing of battery components to public health. Researchers forge relationships with numerous local and international partners to develop innovative solutions, service, and knowledge that support economic prosperity, social well-being, and ecological health. Sustainability research at UW-Milwaukee:

Focuses on key characteristics of sustainability (such as social equity or environmental stewardship)

Addresses numerous sustainability challenges (such as climate change or poverty)

Furthers our understanding of the interconnectedness of societal and environmental challenges.

Faculty Engaged in Sustainability Research
Departments Engaged in Sustainability Research
Sustainability Research Incentives
Food Donation
Reusable To-Go Containers
Interdisciplinary Research in Tenure & Promotion
Innovation
Mid-West Energy Research Consortium
UW-Milwaukee has played a founding and leading role in the Mid-West Energy Research Consortium
(MWERC). Chancellor Lovell, board chairman for the past two years, has overseen extensive growth
in MWERC’s partnerships, grant writing and research, including the design and implementation of a
micro-grid system on the UWM campus.

MWERC helps drive the Wisconsin/Midwest Region and the USA to be energy independent based
on usage of innovative solutions tied to energy-related activities such as; generation, transmission,
distribution, storage, automation, power conversion and energy efficiency / conservation.
SARUP-Institute for Ecological Design
Since the 1970s, UWM’s School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SARUP) has played a key role
in helping Milwaukee envision successful long-term initiatives, including the Lakefront, Park East,
and the Menomonee Valley.
UW-Milwaukee High School Sustainability Camp

In 2012, a newly designed 4-day overnight camp
sponsored by UWM’s Division of Student Affairs. 35 students from around the Midwest emerged on
campus to learn about sustainability through science, art, and humanities.
Meltwater-Solar Decathlon Participation
2009 in Washington DC
CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY
24% Reduction/Square Foot
10% Reduction Over All
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