Sustainable Campus Development and Management: Parallel session B3
- Thomas Parker (European Spallation Source ESS AB)
Dr Oliver Opel (Leuphana University)
Sustainability implementation affects all parts of an institution. Research institutes typically have high energy demands and traffic / mobility emissions, but buildings, paper, office supply, waste, the canteen and other segments are also of great importance. Energy savings and reduction of mobility emissions surely are key factors and need custom-tailored solutions. However, sustainability...
Mr Tomas Refslund Poulsen (University Copenhagen)
University of Copenhagen has via the Green Campus project invested considerable money and efforts in reducing CO2-emissions and energyconsumption. The project has been characterized by strong management support, short term ambitious targets, focused approach, willingness to invest and considerable communication activities. By 2012 UCPH had reduced CO2-emissions by 24.1 % pr. staff/student...
Dr Pitèra (Studio Vio)
33. CERN campus: mapping of the building versus energy consumption and an example of design and construction of a green building
Dr Luigi Scibile (CERN)
The CERN campus differentiates those facilities linked to the life at CERN with respect to those areas linked to the accelerators and experiments. In this context, the CERN campus comprises work facilities (offices, labs, workshops, etc.), social facilities (restaurants, hostels, banking services, post office, clubs and a kinder garden) and visitor facilities. To address the issues related to...