Next Steps moving forward from 1st Annual Hawaii Sustainability in Higher Education Summit (HSHE13)
Next Steps for the UH System Initiative: revised 05-10-13
Presentation: Summit Outcomes Presentation to Council of Chancellors 05-01-13
Draft UH System Sustainability Policy: Revised draft 04-29-13
Draft UH System Sustainability Implementation Strategy: Revised draft 04-29-13
HSHE13 preparation materials:
- Background Information – this document provides an overview of the activities that have led to the Summit and the purpose, particularly as it relates to the development of the UH Sustainability Policy. It also includes an optional reading list of additional resources and background materials if you’d like to be fully informed.
- Draft University of Hawaii Sustainability Policy – this is the draft policy that we will be working with on Friday, April 12th at the Summit during two facilitated policy development sessions.
- UH Sustainability Policy – Purpose, Outcomes, Structure, and Process Map – this document provides some context for what the policy is trying to achieve and how.
Additional Documentation and Resources:
- Sustainability in University of Hawaii planning documents, strategies, and policies
- The “Outcomes, Agenda, and Participants” from the Fall 2012 Sustainability Planning Session
- The “Draft Policy Framework, Structure, and Summit Proposal” – ideas generated at the Fall 2012 Sustainability Planning Session
- Examples of University Sustainability Policies
- Final Report from the 2009 UH Sustainability Workshop
The 2002-2010 University of Hawaii System Strategic Plan, “Entering the University’s Second Century“, identifies “malama ‘aina sustainability” as a commitment and core value.
The 2011-2015 University of Hawaii at Manoa Strategic Plan, Achieving Our Destiny, identifies sustainability as one of five core values.
The 2012 University of Hawaii at Manoa Energy Strategic Plan identifies over $66M in potential energy efficiency and renewable generation projects and energy savings of over $37M per year.
The University of California Policy on Sustainable Practices provides an example of a “system-wide” sustainability policy.