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Sustainability at SHRL

Sustainability Introduction

Tom Snell

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of Sustainability at SHRL

Sustainability at SHRL 1) Sustainability Defined 2) Drivers & Benefits 4) Process 3) Envisioning the Future 5) Next Meeting & Action Items Sustainability, in a broad sense, is the capacity to endure. Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Development practices that are inclusive of business, social and environmental goals. What does this really mean for SHRL? Reducing Energy Usage
Reducing Water Usage
Procurement Criteria
Reducing Waste
Student Awareness Stakeholder Values The Environment Trends & Leadership in PSIs Technology & Media Connections to Strategy Increased Competitiveness Cost Savings Stronger Brand & Reputation Opportunities for Student & Staff Engagement Opportunities for Strategic Communty & Campus Partnerships Increased Innovation 'Feel Good' Apects Finding Opportunities
(assessment) Energy Usage
Water Usage
Other Designing the Future
(planning) Creating policies & initiatives
Setting goals and measurement systems
Assigning responsibilities
Creating Effective Action Launching initiatives/programs
Monitoring progress & results
Overcoming challenges
Communicating Results Creating a report on our progress
Determine other avenues of communication (townhalls, social media)
Share results with stakeholders
Continuosly Seek Improvement Seek feedback from stakeholders
Address shortcomings
Continue with sustainability education
1) Finding Opportunities 2) Designing the Future 3) Creating Effective Action 4) Communicating Results 5) Continuosly Seek Improvement
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