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                                     6th
                                     UC / CSU / CCC

                                     Sustainability
                                     2007 Conference
                                      Steering Committee List                                 2
                                      Sponsors                                                3
                                      University Center Map                                   4
                                      Overall Schedule                                        5
                                      Post Conference Training                                8
                                      Conference Greening and Accessibility Accomplishments   9
                                      Curriculum and Research Track                           11
                                      Energy Track                                            14
                                      Food Systems Track                                      18
                                      Green Building, EB/CI Track                             21
                                      Green Building, NC Track                                24
                                      Institutionalizing Sustainability Track                 29
                                      Procurement Track                                       34
                                      Waste Reduction and Recycling Track                     37
                                      Student Affairs Track                                   39
                                      Transportation Track                                    42
                                      Water and Landscaping Track                             46
                                      Plenary Sessions                                        49
                                      Best Practice Awards                                    52
                                      Exhibitors                                              53
                                      Advertisements                                          56
                                      Acknowledgements                                        60


university of california, santa barbara
   St e e r i n g C o m m i t t e e L i s t




  We
                                          Diane Behling                                   Paige Macias
                                          Educational Facility Planner                    Associate Vice Chancellor
                  would like to           Capital Planning & Space Management             Administrative and Business Services
                  acknowledge             UC Santa Cruz                                   UC Irvine
  our steering committee, which           Karl Brown                                      Charlotte Strem
  helped us immensely in design-          Deputy Director                                 Coordinator
                                          California Institute for Energy & Environment   Environmental Planning
  ing an inspiring program and            UC Office of the President                      UC Office of the President
  making this conference possible.
                                          Adam Green                                      Doug Treadway
                                          Assistant Professor                             President
                                          Biological Sciences                             Ohlone College
                                          Coordinator
                                          Environmental Studies Program                   Ernst Von Weizsäcker
                                          Santa Barbara City College                      Dean
                                                                                          Donald Bren School of Environmental
                                          Warren Jacobs, LEEDTM AP                        Science & Management
                                          University Architect                            UC Santa Barbara
                                          CSU Office of the Chancellor

                                          Aaron Klemm
                                          Energy Program Manager
                                          CSU Office of the Chancellor

                                          Mo Lovegreen LEEDTM AP
                                          Executive Officer
                                          Geography
                                          UC Santa Barbara

                                          Katie Maynard
                                          Sustainability Coordinator
                                          Geography
                                          UC Santa Barbara

                                          Margot McDonald, AIA
                                          Professor
                                          Architecture
                                          Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

                                          Mark Stemen
                                          Associate Professor
                                          Geography
                                          Coordinator
                                          Environmental Studies Program
                                          CSU Chico

                                          Matthew St.Clair, LEEDTM AP
                                          Sustainability Manager
                                          UC Office of the President

                                          Dave Weil
                                          Assistant Director
                                          Facilities Management, Building,
                                          Commissioning and Sustainability
                                          UC San Diego




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Sp o n s o r s


Special Thanks to:
UC/CSU/IOU Energy Efficiency Partnership
Gold Sponsors




Blue Sponsors




Green Sponsors




Departmental Sponsors




Additional In-Kind Sponsors
Barbara’s Cereal                  Follow Your Heart       Numi Tea                   Straus
Chino Valley Farms                Giessinger Vineyards    Renewable Choice Energy    Wholesome and HeartyFoods /
Daboon                            Growers Collaborative   Rudi’s Organic Bread       Gardenburger
Farfield Farm Kitchen/Moosewood   LA Tortilla Factory     Sierra Nevada
Fat Tire Brewing Company          Lundberg Rice           Silk


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   Un i v e r s i t y C e n t e r M a p



                                                          University Center
                                                          MAIN LEVEL                                                                                              UPPER LEVEL
                                                                                                                                                                  A S / G S A Environmental Affairs
                                                                                                                                                                                               Board Office

                                                                                 Associated
                                                                                 Students             Elevator   MultiCultural
                                                                                                                 Center Theater                                                          Elevator




                                                                                                                  MCC                                                                                   Graduate
                                                                                                                  Lounge                                                                                Students
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Association


                                                                                         Corwin
                                                                                        Entrance
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                             Music                                                     Corwin
                                                                                                                   Lagoon
                                                                                                                   Plaza
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Check out the
                                                                                       Pavilion                                                                                                          Signage about the
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Recycling Program
                                                                                                                                                                                                         in the Hub!




                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Lagoon Side
                                                           Rotunda                                                                                                                                  Elevator
                                                           Entrance                            FedEx Kinko's                                          Stairs to
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                                                                  Food Court                                                                                                   Panda    HUB
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                                                                                                                                  Nicoletti's
                                     Exhibitor Fair
                                                              Enterance                                                                                                                      Office/
                                                                                                                                  Coffee House

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                                                                                                Elevator                                                                                     Cashiers
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    Storke Tower




                                                            Registration/                                                         own Mug & get
                             Storke Plaza                   Information                                                               a Discount!

                                                                                        UCSB Bookstore                                                                                     UCSB Bookstore
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                       *   Wetland
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                                                                                            own logo for eco-
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                       Baby Changing Facility                                                                                                               www.ucen.ucsb.edu



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  Sc h e d u l e – S u n d a y, J u n e 2 4 th & Monday, June 25th

Time                  Sunday, June 24th, 2007                                              Location

8:00 am – 5:00 pm     USGBC Workshop: LEEDTM CI                                            UCen State Street Room

8:00 am – 5:00 pm     USGBC Workshop: LEEDTM EB                                            UCen Harbor Room

8:00 am – 3:00 pm     Sustainable Food Systems Workshop                                    Santa Barbara City College

9:00 am – 4:00 pm     Curriculum Development Workshop                                      UCen Flying A Room

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm     Field Trips                                                          Meet at Manzanita Bus Loop

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm     Student Orientation                                                  Storke Plaza

5:00 pm – 8:00 pm     Registration Open                                                    Storke Plaza

6:00 pm – 7:15 pm     Dinner for Participants Staying On-Campus ONLY                       Carrillo Dining Commons

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm     Opening Mixer at the Exhibitor Show                                  Storke Plaza


Time                  Monday, June 25th, 2007                                              Location

7:00 am – 8:15 am     Breakfast for Participants Staying On-Campus ONLY                    Carrillo Dining Commons

7:30 am – 5:00 pm     Registration Open                                                    Storke Plaza

8:30 am – 10:00 am    Opening Plenary                                                      Campbell Hall

10:00 am – 10:45 am   Coffee Break at the Exhibitor Show                                   Storke Plaza

10:45 am – 12:15 pm   Breakout Sessions

                      Curriculum and Research: Bringing Research to Action;                McCune Conference Room
                      Sustainable Food Systems

                      Energy: Energy Management for the 21st Century                       MCC Theater

                      Green Building, EB/CI: LEEDTM CI Case Studies                        Anacapa Formal Lounge

                      Green Building, NC: Best Practices in HVAC Design and                Santa Rosa Formal Lounge
                      Lighting Retrofit

                      Institutionalizing Sustainability: The Making of UC Berkeley’s       Buchanan 1910
                      Climate Action Plan

                      Procurement: Breaking Down the Silos: Collaboration,                 UCen Flying A Room
                      Communication, and Commitment

                      Waste Reduction and Recycling: Best Practices in                     UCen State Street Room
                      Construction and Demolition Recycling

                      Transportation: Marketing Sustainable Transportation                 Bren 1414

                      Water: Clean Water Program                                           Bren 1424

12:15 pm – 1:45 pm    Lunch for all Participants (ticket in name badge)                    Carrillo Dining Commons

                      Monday, June 25th continued on the next page




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   Sc h e d u l e – M o n d a y, J u n e 2 5th           (continued)


 Time                 Monday, June 25th, 2007                                                Location

 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm    Breakout Sessions

                      Curriculum and Research: Mapping Sustainable Curriculum                McCune Conference Room

                      Energy: Emerging Technology and Demand Response                        MCC Theater

                      Food: Next Steps Toward Green Dining Certification and                 UCen Harbor Room
                      Energy Savings Initiatives

                      Green Building, EB/CI: LEEDTM EB Case Studies                          Anacapa Formal Lounge

                      Green Building, NC: Best Practices in Overall Sustainable Design       Santa Rosa Formal Lounge

                      Institutionalizing Sustainability: Chancellor’s Sustainability         Buchanan 1910
                      Committees (2-4 pm)

                      Procurement: Purchasing toward LEEDTM: Green Building                  UCen Flying A Room
                      and Toxics Reduction

                      Student Affairs: Student Government                                    UCen State Street Room

                      Transportation: Advanced Fuels Panel                                   Bren 1414

 3:30 pm – 4:15 pm    Coffee Break at the Exhibitor Show                                     Storke Plaza

 4:15 pm – 5:45 pm    Breakout Sessions

                      Curriculum and Research: Case Studies on Infusing Sustainability       McCune Conference Room
                      into Curriculum

                      Energy: Best Practice Awardees; Green Campus Program                   MCC Theater

                      Green Building, EB/CI: Lab Assessment and Management;                  Anacapa Formal Lounge
                      Client Perspective

                      Green Building, NC: Community College Green Building                   Santa Rosa Formal Lounge
                      Case Studies

                      Institutionalizing Sustainability: Next Steps to Full Sustainability   Buchanan 1910

                      Procurement: A Vehicle for Sustainability; Electronic Procurement      UCen Flying A Room

                      Transportation: And the Winners Are…                                   Bren 1414
                      Sustainable Transportation Awards

                      Joint Session, Waste Reduction and Recycling and                       UCen Harbor Room
                      Foods Tracks: Food Services and Waste Reduction

 5:45 pm – 8:30 pm    Awards Dinner and Ceremony                                             Ocean Lawn
                      (Reception at 5:45pm – 6:30pm. Buffets open at 6:30pm.)

 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm   Sustainability Movie Showing                                           Anacapa Recreation Room




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  Sc h e d u l e – Tu e s d a y, J u n e 2 6th

Time                  Tuesday, June 26th, 2007                                                 Location

7:00 am – 8:15 am     Breakfast for Participants Staying On-Campus ONLY                        Carrillo Dining Commons

7:30 am – 5:00 pm     Registration Open                                                        Storke Plaza

8:30 am – 10:00 am    Breakout Sessions

                      Curriculum and Research: Climate Change; From Research to                McCune Conference Room
                      Education and the Media

                      Energy: Time to Get Serious; What UC Needs to Do to Achieve              MCC Theater
                      Carbon-Neutral by 2020

                      Food: Steps Toward Integrating Sustainability in                         UCen Harbor Room
                      Campus Dining Services

                      Green building, EB/CI: Ask the LEEDTM EB Expert                          Anacapa Formal Lounge

                      Green building, NC: Client Perspective                                   Santa Rosa Formal Lounge

                      Institutionalizing Sustainability: Putting Policies into Practice        Lotte Lehmann

                      Procurement: Cradle to Cradle; Effective Strategies for                  Buchanan 1920
                      Electronic Waste

                      Student Affairs: Residential Life and First Year Experience              UCen State Street Room

                      Transportation: Campus Bike Planning                                     Bren 1414

                      Water: Water Conservation and Metering w/Best Practice Awardees          Bren 1424

10:00 am – 11:00 am   Coffee Break at the Exhibitor Show                                       Storke Plaza

11:00 am – 12:00 pm   Plenary: Higher Education’s Role as a Leader in Climate Change           Campbell Hall

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm    Lunch for ALL Participants (ticket in name badge)                        Carrillo Dining Commons

1:45 pm – 3:15 pm     Breakout Sessions

                      Curriculum and Research: Lighting Technologies                           McCune Conference Room

                      Energy: Energy Efficiency Program: Best Practice Awardees                MCC Theater

                      Green Building, EB/CI: LEEDTM and USGBC Portfolio Program Update         Anacapa Formal Lounge

                      Green Building, NC: Project Management Day to Day within Budget          Santa Rosa Formal Lounge

                      Institutionalizing Sustainability: Benchmarking and Indicators           Chemistry 1171

                      Student Affairs: Student Fee Referendum                                  UCen Harbor Room

                      Waste Reduction and Recycling: Best practices; Moving towards            UCen State Street Room
                      Zero Waste

                      Transportation: Tackling Bigfoot; Carbon Footprint of Transportation     Bren 1414

                      Joint Session, Procurement and Food Systems Tracks: Distribution         UCen Flying A
                      and Sustainable Purchasing within Food Service

3:30 pm – 4:30 pm     Closing Plenary featuring Michael M’Gonigle                              Campbell Hall

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm     Contra (Folk) Dancing in Isla Vista – Open to the Public                 Hillel


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   Sc h e d u l e – We d n e s d a y, J u n e 27th

 Time                       Wednesday, June 27th, 2007                                             Location

 8:00 am – 3:00 pm          Using LEEDTM CI to Green Campus Renovation Projects                    UCen Harbor Room

 8:00 am – 5:00 pm          Student Convergence                                                    Meet at Girvetz Courtyard

 8:00 am – 5:00 pm          BeyondFire “Sustainable Utility Nodes” (SUN) Workshop                  Bren 1414



   Po s t C o n f e re n c e Tr a i n i n g


   Using LEED-CI to Green Campus
   Renovation Projects
   Wednesday, June 27th, 2007
   8:00am–5:00pm
   UCen Harbor Room
   This is an advanced level workshop that goes beyond the Technical Review of LEEDTM CI
   and delves deeper into how to accomplish the intent of the credit requirements and ideas
   to go beyond them. We spend 90% of our time indoors and more than a third of the day
   at work. It makes good common sense to have energy and water efficient interiors that
   also promote well-being, are better for the environment, and are easier to operate and
   maintain.

   Student Convergence
   Wednesday, June 27th, 2007
   8:00am–5:00pm
   Meet at Girvetz Courtyard
   The Student Convergence will be an opportunity for students from all campuses to come
   together, meet each other, share best practices, and learn about opportunities for state-
   wide organizing. There will be space set aside during the day for UC, CSU, and CCC cam-
   puses to split into breakout groups with students from their own systems as well as some
   opportunities to bring all three groups together.

   BeyondFire “Sustainable Utility Nodes”
   (SUN) Workshop
   Wednesday, June 27th, 2007
   8:00am–5:00pm
   Bren Hall
   Too long have we burned fuels for our community’s energy needs. We currently rely on
   hunting and gathering dwindling and volatile fossil fuels to provide the power we need for
   supporting our societies progress. The external costs of this system are too high. We envi-
   sion a world of buildings as distributed energy generation nodes that harvest electricity
   and power without the side effects of pollution, security threats, and price volatility. Each
   building can form an individual SUN and function within the grid infrastructure already
   built. With innovative financing and a dedicated mission, renewable energy can help all our
   communities’ progress into a sustained future of health, safety, and prosperity. Fossil fuels
   have long caused combustion in both energy and politics and it is time to move beyond
   this harmful addiction, BeyondFire.


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Conference Greening and Accessibility Accomplishments




T
            hrough this conference, we hope to both             Energy
          create a space to share best practices and            • We offset 40,000 kWh for the Sustainability Conference,
        to have that space in and of itself be part of            which prevents 55,680 pounds of CO2 pollution. That’s
the solution. These are some of our accomplishments:              the equivalent of not driving 60,786 miles in the average
                                                                  car, or planting 759 trees to absorb this much CO2.
Reduce Waste!                                                   • Participants had the opportunity to donate towards off-
                                                                  setting their own emissions and energy use through the
• Reduced unneeded use of resources in non-usable give-           Cleaner and Greener Program of the Leonardo Academy.
  aways and printed handouts.                                     http://www.cleanerandgreener.org
• Ensured that as much as possible produced by the              Transportation
  conference is recyclable or biodegradable and has high
  recycled content.                                             • Speakers were given the option to take the bus from
• Created a plan identifying all types of waste that will be      the airport to campus and given support in identifying
  created at the conference and how to reduce, reuse, or          the correct bus line. A hybrid vehicle, from our campus
  recycle.                                                        fleet, will be used for speakers who do not take the bus.
• Provided composting for pre-consumer materials.               • Majority of participants were housed on campus to
                                                                  avoid commutes between the hotel and the conference
• Provided tote bags made of recycled content material
                                                                  and to keep cost of housing low.
  instead of using plastic bags.
                                                                • A rideshare website designed by Ridelinks was used to
The Background Story                                              encourage participants to reduce single vehicle rider-
                                                                  ship. Please be sure to let us know at the registration
The University Center, where some of the sessions take place,
                                                                  desk if you carpooled to get to the conference and we
uses a “murphing” system where recyclable materials and
trash are co-mingled together in the trash bins and then          will give you tickets for the caught “green handed”
separated out at the waste collection site. This system has       drawing.
helped the University Center, since they have had difficulty    • Electric Vehicles from our campus fleet were used to
in getting users of the building to separate their trash          transport supplies between buildings on campus
appropriately. This has allowed the University Center to cut
down their waste stream by 25%.                                 Accessibility
Food and Beverage Service                                       • We selected an event location with adequate accessibility
                                                                  points for participants with disabilities and made modi-
• Provided 90% Organic food throughout the event.                 fications where necessary.
• Used Local sources of food whenever possible.                 • Followed American Disability Association standards
• Conference Services provided attendees with event               when making site changes.
  mugs, and volunteers will provide signage to remind           • Created an “accessibility map” of conference locations
  participants to use their mugs.                                 for participants.
• Used Reusable dishes wherever possible.                       • Ensured that all conference materials were accessible to
• Used biodegradable dishes and cutlery for all other             disabled participants with disabilities.
  events.                                                       • Supplied ASL/CART interpreters for hearing impaired
• All meals had a vegan option by request.                        participants.
• All eggs were Cage Free Eggs. For more information            • Provided referrals to child care facilities.
  about campuses that have gone cage free visit:                • Provided mothers with a place to feed their children and
  http://www.hsus.org/                                            access to bathrooms equipped with changing tables.
                                                                • Room locations were also provided in Braille where possible.



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   Conference Greening and Accessibility Accomplishments                                                    (continued)



       Hotels and Accommodations                                         • Provided greening information in pre-event informa-
                                                                           tion, conference programming, website, opening and
       • Participants were encouraged to stay on campus to avoid           closing sessions, publicity, and at a booth in the exhibi-
         further commuting and to keep the cost of housing low.            tion hall, etc.
       Hotels                                                            • Sustainable Campus Map created for the conference with
                                                                           key points of interest.
       We are working with our local hotels to implement a new
                                                                         • Local Bus and Bike Path Maps were made available at
       Santa Barbara Green Business Program and to encourage
                                                                           check-in and throughout the conference.
       participants to use the California Green Lodging Program
       http://www.ciwmb.ca.gov/EPP/GreenLodging/Program                  • Offer resources that we used to green the conference on
       to help them become more environmental and socially                 the website.
       responsible. We posted information on the registration page       • Kept track of what went right/wrong regarding waste
       about which hotels we recommend.                                    and energy use for the days of the conference and post
                                                                           the information on the website after the conference ends.
       UCSB Housing
                                                                         Feedback:
       Manzanita Residence Hall is set along the coastline and sur-
       rounded by native plant habitats, bioswales to catch rain water   • Asked participants what worked and what didn’t in
       run-off, and vernal pools. Manzanita Residence Hall provides        terms of greening on the evaluation forms, (utilizing
       the following as a function of its normal operations:               suggestions from the National Recycling Coalition).
       • Co-Mingled Recycling in each room, laundry room, and            • Created evaluation for exhibitors, event staff, hotels, etc.
         throughout the site, picked up by an electric vehicle and         so that they can give feedback on greening and offer
         taken to central receptacle.                                      new ideas.




                                                                         To
       • Energy Star front-loading Laundry Machines for resi-
                                                                                       make all this happen we will need your
         dents.
                                                                                       help! Even in areas of the campus with
       • Cards in rooms educating conference participants that
         towels will not be laundered unless they are placed on                        good access to recycling bins, lots of
         the floor.                                                      recyclables are going into the trash. Please remind
       • All trash bag liners are high-density using 2/3 less petro-     yourself and help others to remember to reduce,
         leum-based raw material than the low-density liners.            recycle, reuse.
       Manzanita also uses environmentally safe cleaning products.
       This is a big help as Manzanita moves towards LEEDTM EB             Eco Facts:
       certification.
                                                                           ONE TON OF RECYCLED PAPER USES: 64%
       Staff/Volunteers at Event
                                                                           LESS ENERGY, 50% LESS WATER, 74% LESS AIR
       • Provided training to all staff and volunteers on environ-
                                                                           POLLUTION, SAVES 17 TREES AND CREATES 5 TIMES
         mental policies of the Conference, particularly the clean-
         up crew.                                                          MORE JOBS THAN ONE TON OF PAPER PRODUCTS
        Recognition and Awareness                                          FROM VIRGIN WOOD PULP.

       • Gave away drawing tickets to participants who are
         caught “green handed” helping with recycling at the               ONCE YOU GET OUT OF THE HABIT OF GETTING
         event, giving advice to someone else about how to live
         more sustainably, etc. If you win, you could get prizes           INTO YOUR CAR, IT’S OFTEN ACTUALLY MORE FUN
         from the UCSB Bookstore!
                                                                           GETTING PLACES!




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Curriculum and Research Track



Curriculum and Research                                           Kristina Miller, Instructor, Butte Community College,
                                                                  Solid Waste Manager, County of Tehama

Track                                                             Lee Anne Kryder, Lecturer, Writing Program, UC Santa Barbara
                                                                  Katie Maynard, Sustainability Coordinator, Geography,
                                                                  UC Santa Barbara

Bringing Research to Action;                                      Moderator:
                                                                  Tom Kimmerer, Ph.D., Executive Director, Association for the
Sustainable Food Systems                                          Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)
Monday, June 25th
10:45am–12:15pm                                                   Case Studies on Infusing Sustainability
McCune Conference Room, 6th Floor, HSSB                           into Curriculum
Join Professor David Cleveland in defining what is organic,       Monday, June 25th
local, small-scale, and sustainable. How can we create policies   4:15pm–5:45pm
and practices that take into account the research on local        McCune Conference Room, 6th Floor, HSSB
small-scale agriculture? Cindy Douglas will then share her
experience teaching students about local agriculture and their    This session focuses on how faculty can integrate
role in the food system through the use of the Cal Poly San       sustainability into their classes. The three presenters will
Luis Obispo’s Organic Farm. Amie Frisch will tie up the session   offer strikingly different “best practices””” of integrating
by discussing her work as the student foods coordinator of the    sustainability into courses ranging from a first-year general
CSU Sustainable Foods campaign and how she has applied her        education course to a fourth-year upper division elective. All
understanding of sustainable food systems to changing the         three will also discuss the opportunities (and challenges) of
operations of the CSU dining commons.                             working with faculty from other disciplines. Participants will
                                                                  walk away with sample syllabi and a suite of ideas they can
Speakers:                                                         implement in the upcoming term.
David Cleveland, Ph.D., Professor, Environmental Studies,
UC Santa Barbara                                                  Speakers:
Cindy Douglas, Farm Manager, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo             Jim Pushnik, Rawlins Endowed Professorship, Environmental
Amie Frisch, Student, San Jose State University                   Literacy, CSU Chico
                                                                  George Tynan, Professor of Engineering Science, Department
Moderator:                                                        of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, UC San Diego
Mark Stemen, Ph.D., Coordinator, Environmental Studies            Brad Monsma, Ph.D., Professor of English, CSU Channel Islands
Program, CSU Chico
                                                                  Moderator:
Mapping Sustainable Curriculum                                    Mark Stemen, Coordinator, Environmental Studies Program,
                                                                  CSU Chico
Monday, June 25th
2:00pm–3:30pm                                                     Climate Change; From Research
McCune Conference Room, 6th Floor, HSSB                           to Education and the Media
Where is sustainability in higher education? In this session,     Tuesday, June 26th
Tom Kimmerer, Executive Director of AASHE, will set the tone      8:30am–10:00am
with a broad view of the current landscape of sustainability
within higher education, then we will drill down with             McCune Conference Room, 6th Floor, HSSB
Margot McDonald, who will share what Cal Poly San Luis            This session explores higher educations rich variety of
Obispo is doing to survey and assess student interest and         roles in addressing one of our greatest challenges: climate
faculty teaching of sustainability in design programs. Next,      change. The contribution of university research to the crucial
Kristina Miller from CSU Chico tell us about her evaluation       reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
of sustainability in curriculum throughout CA community           (IPCC) will be presented by one of the lead authors, Richard
colleges, and wrap-up with Katie Maynard who share what           Somerville. Professor Gautier will discuss approaches of
UCSB is developing as a campus-wide assessment tool-              infusing climate change into university curriculum and
that is being used as a component of the UCSB campus              Kate Cheney Davidson of the Graduate School of Journalism
Sustainability Plan.                                              at UC Berkeley will present an award-winning project that
Speakers:                                                         helped to inform the public and share the early human stories
Margot McDonald, AIA, Professor, Architecture,                    to increase the awareness level and understanding of this
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo                                          important topic.


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   Curriculum and Research Track                               (continued)



       Speakers:                                                          and scientific knowledge and practice in plant breeding and
       Richard Somerville, Ph.D., Professor, Scripps Institution of       crop genetic resources conservation, the genetic, ecological
       Oceanography, UC San Diego                                         and sociocultural impact of genetically engineered crop
       Catherine Gautier, Ph.D., Professor, Geography, UC Santa           varieties, and small-scale agriculture and changing land use.
       Barbara
       Kate Cheney Davidson, Freelance Journalist, U.S. Editor,           Kate Cheney Davidson
       China Dialogue
                                                                          Freelance Journalist, U.S. Editor, China Dialogue
       Moderator:                                                         Ms. Davidson is a freelance journalist and U.S. Editor for
       Karl Brown, Deputy Director, California Institute for Energy
       and Environment                                                    www.chinadialogue.net, a bilingual media outlet focused
                                                                          on environmental issues. Her work has appeared in
                                                                          Salon.com and National Geographic Adventure and has
       Lighting Session                                                   aired on Living on Earth, American Radio Works, and KQED.
       Tuesday, June 26th                                                 Davidson received a Master’s in Journalism from UC Berkeley.
       1:45pm–3:15pm
       McCune Conference Room, 6th Floor, HSSB                            Karl Brown
       This session focuses on lighting as a significant component
                                                                          Deputy Director, California Institute for
       of the built environment and a major driver of electric energy     Energy and Environment
       needs. Three presenters explore different aspects of the           Karl Brown is the Deputy Director of the California Institute
       university’s role in improving lighting efficiency. Enabling       for Energy and Environment, a part of the University of
       research in Light Emitting Diodes or LEDs is discussed by          California Office of the President. His work includes planning
       Steven DenBaars of the Solid State Lighting Center of the          and management of end-use energy RD&D, as well as energy
       UC Santa Barbara. The development and offering of leading-         planning, policy development, and efficiency program
       edge lighting design curriculum at UC Davis is described by        coordination for UC facilities. His efforts are currently focused
       Konstantinos Papamichael in a presentation also covering           on energy performance monitoring and benchmarking to
       other activities of the California Lighting Technology             assist the design and operation of campuses.
       Center. Student participation in implementation of campus
       lighting retrofit programs is discussed by Desirae early of        Steven DenBaars
       the Green Campus Program.                                          Ph.D., Professor, Materials, Co-Director,
       Speakers:                                                          Solid-State Lighting Center, UC Santa Barbara
       Steven DenBaars, Co-Director, Solid State Lighting Technology      Professor DenBaars currently holds the Mitsubishi Chemical
       Center                                                             Chair in Solid State Lighting and Displays. Prof. DenBaars
       Konstantinos Papamichael, Ph.D., Professor, Design                 was a member of the technical staff at Hewlett- Packard’s
       Department, Associate Director, California Lighting Technology
       Center, UC Davis
                                                                          Optoelectronics Division. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical
       Desirae Early, Student, Environmental Economics and Policy,
                                                                          Engineering from USC in 1988. He has been awarded a NSF
       UC Berkeley                                                        Young Investigator award and a Young Scientist Award of
                                                                          the ISCS, is an IEEE Fellow, and received the Distinguished
       Moderator:                                                         Alumni Award in Academia from USC in 2007.
       Karl Brown, Deputy Director, California Institute for Energy and
       Environment                                                        Cindy Douglas
                                                                          MS, Cal Poly Organic Farm Manager,
       Biographies:                                                       Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
       David Cleveland                                                    Cindy graduated from Cal Poly with a MS in Agriculture (Soil
                                                                          Science concentration) and began working on a local organic
       Ph.D., Professor, Environmental Studies,                           research farm. Organic inspection, policy and regulation
       UC Santa Barbara                                                   positions followed at California Certified Organic Farmers,
       David Cleveland is a human ecologist who has worked on             Oregon Tilth, and the Organic Materials Review Institute. She
       sustainable agriculture research and development with small-       was a US Composting Council board member and winner
       scale farmers around the world, including Bawku (Ghana),           of the Organic Trade Association’s “Grow the O” campaign.
       Oaxaca (Mexico), Santa Barbara County (USA) and with the           Her new passion is to educate the Cal Poly community about
       Zuni and Hopi tribes. His current research includes farmer         sustainable organic farming/landscaping techniques.


12 university of california, santa barbara
Curriculum and Research Track                              (continued)



Desirae Early                                                    Margot McDonald
Student, Environmental Economics and Policy,                     AIA, Professor, Architecture, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
UC Berkeley                                                      Margot McDonald is an Architecture Professor at Cal Poly-San
Desirae Early is an environmental economics and policy           Luis Obispo who teaches building science, preservation, and
major at the UC, Berkeley. During her three years with the       design. Her professional consulting and research experience
Green Campus Program, Desirae initiated several energy           includes design assistance for a “green campus” master plan
conservation and education projects on campus. She is a          at CSU Monterey Bay and development of the curriculum
founding member of the Green Room Committee which                project, Sustainable Environmental Design Education (SEDE).
created the award-winning Green Room, Green Apartment,           Professor McDonald is a Registered Architect in the State of
and Green Suite, projects that demonstrate environmentally-      Oregon.
friendly living for college students. Desirae also coordinated
the Global Environment Theme House for the past two years.       Kristina Miller
                                                                 Instructor, Butte Community College,
Catherine Gautier                                                Solid Waste Manager, County of Tehama
Professor, Geography, UC Santa Barbara                           Kristina graduated in 2006 with a MA in Geography from
Catherine received her Doctorat d’Etat from the Université       California State University, Chico. Kristina’s research interests
de Paris VI in 1983. She contributes broadly to climate          include place-based environmental education, service
research with over 200 scholarly publications and three          learning, and restoration ecology. Since graduation Kristina
upcoming books. She is deeply involved in climate education      has taught Introduction to Forestry and Natural Resources
and communication to the public and teaches innovative           part-time at Butte Community College and has a full-time
courses about Climate Change including: “Living with Global      position as the Solid Waste Program Manager for the County
Warming”, “Oil and Water” and “Environmental Summit”.            of Tehama.

Tom Kimmerer                                                     Brad Monsma
Ph.D., Executive Director, Association for the Advance-          Ph.D., Professor of English, Director of the Center for
ment of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)               Integrative Studies, CSU Channel Islands
Tom was a professor at the University of Kentucky for 18          Since joining the CSUCI faculty in 2005, Brad Monsma has
years. He has a BS in Forest Biology from Syracuse and           taught courses in American literatures as well as a course
a Ph.D. in Forestry and Botany from the University of            in environmental literature. Along with another faculty
Wisconsin-Madison. Tom was a Senior Fulbright Scholar at         members, he brought a group of students to coastal Mexico
Universiti Pertanian Malaysia and has worked on sustainable      to participate in mangrove research and community service
forestry and agriculture in Malaysia and Indonesia. Prior to     projects. He has also written The Sespe Wild: Southern
joining AASHE, Tom headed a technology firm and was a            California’s Last Free River (University of Nevada Press, 2004).
consultant in sustainable land management.
                                                                 Konstantinos Papamichael
Katie Maynard                                                    Ph.D., Professor, Design Department, Associate Director,
Sustainability Coordinator, Geography,                           California Lighting Technology Center, UC Davis
UC Santa Barbara                                                 Dr. Papamichael holds a B.Arch from the Aristotelian
Katie is a co-founder of the Education for Sustainable Living    University of Thessaloniki, Greece, an M.Arch from Iowa
Program (ESLP), a student-initiated courses program at the       State University and a Ph.D. in Architecture from UC Berkeley.
local and statewide level and main logistics organizer for       Prior to joining the UC Davis faculty, he spent 20 years as
the UC, CSU, CCC Sustainability Conference. She is Co-Chair      a Staff Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,
of the Curriculum and Research Committee of the Campus           conducting R&D of energy efficiency strategies and
Sustainability Plan and helped to craft faculty and student      technologies for buildings. He is author/co-author of over 60
surveys to assess sustainability of curriculum and research at   publications.
UCSB. She is also responsible for supporting student projects,
connecting students to internship and job opportunities, and
directly supporting student interns.




                                                                                     uc / csu / ccc sustainability conference 13
   En e r g y Tr a c k


       Jim Pushnik
                                                                          Energy
       Rawlins Endowed Professorship, Environmental Literacy,
       CSU Chico                                                          Track
       Jim Pushnik currently holds the Rawlins Endowed
       Professorship of Environmental Literacy at CSU Chico and is
                                                                          Energy Management for the
       charged with assisting with the integration of the principles
       of sustainability into the curriculum across academic              21st Century
       discipline. He is a professor of ecological plant physiology and   Monday, June 25th
       has for 25 years studied the impacts of climate change and         10:45am–12:15pm
       environmental pollution on natural and managed ecosystems.         MCC Theater, University Center
       Mark Stemen                                                        This session presents approaches to and results of energy
                                                                          benchmarking efforts within the university. Researchers at
       Ph.D., Coordinator, Environmental Studies Program,                 LBNL, together with the Energy Manager from UCSB, will
       CSU Chico                                                          present a structured approach to measuring laboratory and
       Dr. Stemen is the Coordinator of the Environmental                 data center efficiency and review best practice strategies to
       Studies Program at CSU Chico. He teaches environmental             improve performance. The Campus Energy Manager at UC
       sustainability and recently received a grant from the EPA to       Merced will present selected data collected from new campus
       partner students and community members on renewable                buildings during the first year of occupancy in comparison to
       energy projects. He is the Chair of the Campus Arboretum           benchmark-based energy performance targets. Researchers
       Committee, advisor to seven student groups at CSU Chico,           at LBNL will present metrics for measuring laboratory and
       and faculty mentor to the new Sustainability House in the          data center efficiency, and conduct an interactive session
       residence halls. Mark received his Ph.D. from the University       exploring metrics and best practice strategies for laboratory
       of Iowa.                                                           facilities. The Energy Manager of UCSB will present a case
                                                                          study highlighting the use of metrics to reduce energy use at a
       Richard Somerville                                                 UCSB laboratory facility.
       Ph.D., Professor, Scripps Institution of Oceanography,             Speakers:
       UC San Diego                                                       John Elliott, Campus Energy Manager, Facilities Management,
                                                                          UC Merced
       Richard Somerville is Distinguished Professor at Scripps           Paul Mathew, Ph.D., Staff Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley
       Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San         National Laboratory
       Diego. Somerville received his Ph. D. degree in Meteorology        Dale Sartor, P.E., Group Leader, Building Technologies
       from New York University in 1966. He has been a professor          Applications Team, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
       at Scripps since 1979 and specializes in climate science and       Jim Dewey, Associate Director, Energy and Utility Manager,
       climate policy. Somerville is a Coordinating Lead Author           UC Santa Barbara
       for the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental          Moderator:
       Panel on Climate Change (2007).                                    John Elliott, Campus Energy Manager, Facilities Management,
                                                                          UC Merced


         Eco Facts:                                                       Emerging Technology and
                                                                          Demand Response
         SINCE IRELAND PLACED A TAx ON PLASTIC BAGS,
                                                                          Monday, June 25th
         THE REVENUE OF MILLIONS OF EUROS HAS BEEN                        2:00pm–3:30pm
                                                                          MCC Theater, University Center
         POURED INTO RECYCLING FACILITIES.
                                                                          Building operators need to be aware of and understand
                                                                          the wide range of opportunities currently available from
         A GYRE IN THE NORTH PACIFIC HAS A MASS OF                        cutting edge technology and demand response programs.
                                                                          This information will enable you to select the most effective
         FLOATING PLASTIC GARBAGE THE SIzE OF TExAS.                      mix of new products and operating strategies. In this
                                                                          session, attendees will learn how PIER (Public Interest
                                                                          Energy Research) brings new energy services and products


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to the marketplace and creates state-wide environmental           some role in a carbon-neutral UC, our primary intent should
and economic benefits, and how to simultaneously protect          be direct action. We need to think big in terms of plans,
from grid emergencies and leverage your campus assets for         investments, funding strategies, new business concepts, and
monetary benefit through the Demand Response Program as           comprehensive efforts, because the goal is immense. It may be
administered for the UC/CSU System by EnerNOC.                    the most challenging goal we ever face in our career.
Speakers:                                                         Speakers:
Karl F. Johnson, Research Coordinator, California Institute for   Wendell C. Brase, Vice Chancellor, Administrative and Business
Energy and Environment                                            Services, UC Irvine
Scott McGaraghan, Business Development, EnerNOC                   Moderator:
Moderator:                                                        Aaron Klemm, Energy Program Manager, CSU Office of the
John Dilliott , LEEDTM
                         AP, Manager, Energy and Utilities,       Chancellor
UC San Diego
                                                                  Energy Efficiency Partnership Program:
Best Practice Awardees: Green                                     Best Practice Awardees
Campus Program                                                    Tuesday, June 26th
Monday, June 25th                                                 1:45pm–3:15pm
4:15pm –5:45pm                                                    MCC Theater, University Center
MCC Theater, University Center                                    This session will include presentations from winners of
The Green Campus program empowers students to stimulate           the Energy Efficiency Partnership Best Practice Awards
energy savings in campus buildings and educate the campus         competition for projects that demonstrate the best practices
community about the reasons and methods for saving energy.        in lighting design and/or retrofit, HVAC retrofit, renewable
Come see our terrific students present their recent projects!     energy and/or innovative energy generation or energy
Speakers:                                                         procurement, and monitoring based commissioning projects.
Jocelyn Orr, Green Campus Program Coordinator, Student,           Speakers:
CSU Humboldt                                                      Paul Black, Manager, Utility Engineering, UC Berkeley
Shyla Raghav, Green Campus Program Coordinator, Student,          Tom Brown, Energy Systems and Operations, CSU Northridge
UC Irvine
                                                                  Michelle Dyck-Turner, Administrative Support Coordinator
Amelia Gulling, Green Campus Program Lead Coordinator,            for the Chief Engineer and Energy Manager and Waste
Student, CSU Chico                                                Management Programs, CSU San Bernardino
Lauren Mills, Green Campus Program Coordinator, Student,          Tommaso Boggia, Green Campus Program Coordinator,
UC Santa Cruz                                                     Student, UC Santa Cruz
Ashley O’Neill, Green Campus Program Coordinator, Student,        Patrick Testoni, Energy Manager, UC Santa Cruz
CSU San Bernardino
                                                                  Dave Klein, IT Project Manager, UC Santa Cruz
Moderator:                                                        Moderator:
Andy Coghlan, Assistant Program Manager, Alliance to Save
Energy                                                            Paige Macias, Associate Vice Chancellor, Administrative and
                                                                  Business Services, UC Irvine

Time to Get Serious: What UC Needs to
                                                                  Biographies:
Do to Achieve Carbon-Neutral by 2020
Tuesday, June 26th                                                Paul Black
8:30am–10:00am                                                    Manager, Utility Engineering, UC Berkeley
MCC Theater, University Center                                    Paul has held various positions related to utilities and energy
Carbon-neutrality is a taller order than many people realize.     conservation since joining the campus in 1978. Over the last
It is two orders of magnitude more difficult than the Policy on   2 years, Paul and his group have implemented lighting and
Sustainable Practices UC has been pursuing. This requires far     HVAC efficiency measures resulting in an annual reduction
more than simply redoubling our efforts. Wealthy universities     of over 3 million kilowatt hours. Paul is a graduate of the
are taking the easy way out by buying emissions credits rather    Mechanical Engineering program at the State University of
than taking direct actions to reduce or offset their carbon       New York at Buffalo and is a registered professional engineer
emissions. Although emissions credits will no doubt play          in California.


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       Tommaso Boggia                                                    Jim Dewey
       Green Campus Program Coordinator, Student,                        Associate Director, and Energy and Utility Manager,
       UC Santa Cruz                                                     UC Santa Barbara
       Tommaso began his experience as an environmental                  Under Jim’s leadership, the UCSB energy team has reduced
       organizer by writing and campaigning with CalPIRG for a           campus energy by more than 30% over the past 6 years,
       successful ballot measure which raised funds for UCSC to          saving more than $35 million. Before serving at UCSB, Jim
       purchase enough Renewable Energy Credits to offset 100% of        was a Commercial Air Conditioning and Building Controls
       its electricity use. At UCSC he has conducted lighting audits,    contractor, designing control systems for many high-tech
       organized educational events and participated on the Campus       companies and government agencies, including the U.S.
       Sustainability Subcommittee. His work at UCSC culminated          Department of Energy. Jim is a graduate of the Universal
       in his involvement with the Education for Sustainable Living      Technical Institute, specializing in Heating, Ventilation and
       Program where he taught a class on energy efficiency and          Air Conditioning Technologies and has a BA in Business
       office energy audits.                                             Economics from UC Santa Barbara. Jim is a Certified Energy
                                                                         Manager with the Association of Energy Engineers, and
       Wendell C. Brase                                                  works regularly with researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley
       Vice Chancellor, Administrative and Business Services,            National Laboratory in the area of energy information
       UC Irvine                                                         systems and energy conservation.
       Vice Chancellor Brase has over 28 years of service in the         John Dilliott
       University. UC Irvine’s Administrative and Business Services      LEEDTM AP, Manager, Energy and Utilities, UC San Diego
       have been cited with eleven national awards. He has published
       several articles in Planning for Higher Education, has been       John has 15 years experience in steam and power plant
       a director of the Society for College and University Planning,    operations, Facilities Design and Construction, and Utilities/
       is active in NACUBO (National Association of College and          Energy Management. He is responsible for the 29MW
       University Business Officers), and received the NACUBO            Cogeneration Plant, Chilled and High Temp Water, Campus-
       Distinguished Business Officer Award in 2002.                     wide Energy Management Control System, Purchased
                                                                         Utilities. He has a BS in Marine Engineering Systems from the
       Tom Brown                                                         US Merchant Marine Academy, a Coast Guard Engineering
       Energy Systems and Operations, CSU Northridge                     License, and is a Register Professional Mechanical Engineer.
       Mr. Brown is a California licensed Professional Mechanical        Michelle Dyck-Turner
       Engineer. He specializes in all aspects of energy systems         Administrative Support Coordinator for the Chief
       and facilities operations. Tom has been a leading driver of
       alternative energy systems installations within the CSU           Engineer and Energy Manager and Waste Management
       system, having installed 692kW of Photovoltaic power and          Programs, CSU San Bernardino
       the first 1 mega-watt fuel cell power plant installation at any   Michelle has twelve years in regional and municipal waste
       College or University in the world.                               reduction and recycling, pollution prevention, disaster debris
                                                                         management, and soil and water conservation programs.
       Andy Coghlan                                                      She has a personal passion for environmentally responsible
       Assistant Program Manager, Alliance to Save Energy                products, green building and community design.
       Andy works at the ASE on the California Green Campus
                                                                         John Elliott
       Program, a grant-funded program on 12 California State
       University and University of California campuses that seeks       Campus Energy Manager, Facilities Management,
       energy savings through student-led energy efficiency and          UC Merced
       conservation campaigns. Mr. Coghlan received a BA in              Mr. Elliott is responsible for energy efficiency and renewable
       History from the University of Chicago in 2003.                   energy activities on campus and is the owner of the campus-
                                                                         wide building energy management system. John has previous
        Eco Fact:                                                        experience in energy efficiency consulting and as Vice
        THERE ARE NOW MORE SUVS AND TRUCKS THAN                          President of Professional Services at Nexus Energy Software,
                                                                         where he was responsible for implementation of analytical
        CARS ON THE ROAD IN THE U.S.                                     and efficiency software solutions for the energy industry.


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Amelia Gulling                                                  Paige Macias
Green Campus Program Lead Coordinator, Student,                 Associate Vice Chancellor, Administrative and
CSU Chico                                                       Business Services, UC Irvine
Through Green Campus, Amelia has assisted on retrofit            Ms. Macias provides leadership and management for core
projects and promoted CSU Chico’s Sustainability Residence      administrative functions at UC Irvine. Paige was previously
House, a sustainable living demonstration area that is home     the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Facilities Management.
to 16 people. Ms. Gulling received her degree in English        She has served as the Budget Officer for Administrative
Education from CSU Chico this spring.                           & Business Services, as Management Services Officer in
                                                                Administrative Computing Services and in the Department of
Karl F. Johnson                                                 Medicine. Ms. Macias received a BA in Psychology from UCI
Research Coordinator, California Institute for Energy           and a MS in Administration from the UCI Paul Merage School
and Environment                                                 of Business.
Karl graduated from Stanford University with a MS in            Paul Mathew
Mechanical Engineering-Product Design. He has almost 30
                                                                Ph.D., Staff Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National
years of professional experience in the energy field and is
currently managing lighting, energy-efficient technology        Laboratory
development, demonstration, market connection, strategic        Paul Mathew works on applied research and teaches about
planning, and evaluation activities at CIEE. He has received    energy efficiency and environmental sustainability in the
many awards and written numerous papers discussing              built environment. Currently he works on energy efficiency
technologies in lighting, water heating, appliances, cooling,   and green design for laboratories and other high-tech
HVAC, energy analysis tools, commissioning, monitoring,         buildings. He has a degree in Architecture, and a Ph.D. in
cogeneration, ground source heat pumps and renewable            Building Performance and Diagnostics from Carnegie Mellon
technologies. He has developed national and international       University. Prior to joining LBNL, he worked at Enron Energy
programs for applying these technologies in various market      Services and the Center for Building Performance at Carnegie
segments.                                                       Mellon University.

Dave Klein                                                      Scott McGaraghan
IT Project Manager, UC Santa Cruz                               Business Development, EnerNOC
Mr. Klein specializes in Core Technologies. As a member         Scott McGaraghan currently oversees EnerNOC’s business
of the central ITS division, his focus is leading projects      development activities in California. He began his career
to improve computing and communications for campus              working for Art Rosenfeld at the US Department of Energy.
infrastructure. Prior to his current position at UC Santa       He continued his career as a consultant to California utilities,
Cruz, Dave spent over 20 years in marketing, engineering and    designing and running energy efficiency programs. Most
project management in the high tech field. He has a BA from     recently, Scott worked as a management consultant for Bain
San Jose State University.                                      and Company. Scott holds a BA and a MA in Engineering
                                                                from Stanford University and an MBA from the Stanford
Aaron Klemm                                                     Graduate School of Business.
Energy Program Manager, CSU Office of the Chancellor
                                                                Lauren Mills
Aaron Klemm has over 10 years experience in energy
                                                                Green Campus Program Coordinator, Student,
management and sustainability, including photovoltaic
system sales and installation with Astropower, now GE Solar.    UC Santa Cruz
He is a graduate of Prescott College with a BA in Sustainable   Lauren has led energy efficiency projects in Dining Services,
Community Development. Aaron is CSU’s Energy Program            co-taught a for-credit course on renewable energy sources,
Manager, responsible for managing CSU’s success in the $38M     and worked closely with administrators to create an energy
UC/CSU/IOU energy efficiency partnership. Additionally, he      use database using Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
supports CSU’s Energy Services Agreement. He is a member        software. Lauren will graduate this spring with a BA in
of the CSU Program for Environmental Responsibility             Environmental Studies.
(CSUPER) sub-committees on Plant and Education and
Research.


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   Fo o d S y s t e m s Tr a c k


       Ashley O’Neill                                                   Food Systems
       Green Campus Program Coordinator, Student,
       CSU San Bernardino                                               Track
       Ashley will receive a BA in Anthropology in June 2008, and
       would like to utilize her in-depth understanding of historical   Next Steps to Green Dining Certification
       and cultural differences among societies to continue her work
       in energy conservation and efficiency.
                                                                        and Energy Saving Initiatives
                                                                        Monday, June 25th
       Jocelyn Orr                                                      2:00pm – 3:30pm
       Green Campus Program Coordinator, Student,                       UCen Harbor Room
       CSU Humboldt                                                     This track session will feature UC Santa Cruz’s dining service
       Jocelyn has helped implement numerous projects including         green certification initiatives showcasing challenges and
       CFL exchanges, residence hall energy competitions, and office    lessons learned in the process. Richard Young, of the Food
       and classroom energy audits. Through Green Campus Ms.            Service Technology Center, a project sponsored by PG&E will
       Orr has also helped produce two educational films on energy      share his work and give examples of energy saving processes
       efficiency: 2005’s “Green Eye for the Common Gal” and the        and support given to institutional kitchens and food services.
       just-completed “Phantom Hunter.” Ms. Orr hopes to graduate       Speakers:
       in spring 2009 with a BS in Environmental Science and a          Clint Jeffries, Food Service Manager, UC Santa Cruz
       minor in Journalism from Humboldt State University.              Richard Young, Senior Engineer, Director of Education,
                                                                        Food Service Technology Center
       Shyla Raghav
                                                                        Moderator:
       Green Campus Program Coordinator, Student, UC Irvine             Tim Galarneau, Advisor, UC Sustainable Foods Campaign,
       Shyla has been with the Green Campus Program at UCI              Foods Systems Working Group, UC Santa Cruz
       for two years and has worked on various projects ranging
       from lab energy audits to green dorm room demonstration          Joint Session with Recycling and Waste
       projects. Shyla recently received a BS in Applied Ecology and    Management Waste Reduction and
       a BA in International Studies from UCI and plans to pursue a     Recycling Track: Food Services and
       graduate degree at Yale in fall 2007.                            Waste Reduction
       Dale Sartor                                                      Monday, June 25th
       P.E., Group Leader, Building Technologies Applications           4:15pm –5:45pm
       Team, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory                      UCen Harbor Room
       Dale Sartor heads the Building Technologies Applications         Composting and waste reduction can lead to effective
       Team. He has over thirty years of experience in energy           solutions and cost savings. In this session large institutional
       efficiency and renewable energy applications including           options & sharing of implemented designs for waste
       ten years as a principal of an architecture and engineering      management will be discussed. Topics will also cover the
       company, and seven years as the head of LBL’s In-House           latest technologies with in-vessel composting systems,
       Energy Management Program. Dale serves on the core team          pulping machines, recycling initiatives, biodegradable cutlery,
       for the EPA/FEMP Labs21 program and oversees an R&D              and much more.
       program at LBNL focused on energy efficiency in buildings        Speakers:
       for high tech industries.                                        James Boushka, Dining Services, UC Davis
                                                                        Candy Berlin, Dining & Facilities Program Coordinator,
       Patrick Testoni                                                  UC Santa Cruz
       Energy Manager, UC Santa Cruz                                    Max Kee, Associated Students Recycling Program, Student,
                                                                        CSU Chico
       Patrick currently serves as Energy Manager for UC Santa
       Cruz. Patrick is an alumnus of UCSC and holds a BS in            Moderator:
       Earth Sciences. Patrick also holds the Association of Energy     Tim Galarneau, Advisor, UC Sustainable Foods Campaign,
                                                                        Foods Systems Working Group, UC Santa Cruz
       Engineers’ Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and Certified
       Measurement and Verification (CMVP) designations.


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Steps Toward Integrating Sustainability                             Biographies:
in Campus Dining Services
Tuesday, June 26th                                                  Candy Berlin
8:30am–10:00am                                                      Dining & Facilities Program Coordinator, UC Santa Cruz
UCen Harbor Room                                                    Candy has worked in the college dining sector for 14 years.
Sustainability is sweeping through campus dining services           She has been working with various student programs
as diverse stakeholders are coming to the table. Case studies       on campus, with a strong focus on sustainability. Her
of how three campuses have integrated sustainability into           experience in operations has been beneficial in implementing
dining services will be highlighted through sharing successful      collaborative programs which highlight organics, waste
visions and implementation strategies, challenges of cooking        reduction, green business applications, and other campus
in season with fresh ingredients and sustainable sourcing           initiatives within dining services.
strategies, as well as how student involvement in bringing the
classroom to the dining hall has been part of the process.          Scott B. Berlin
Speakers:                                                           Director of Dining and Hospitality Services,
Daniel Kaupie, General Manager Sodexho Campus Services,
CSU Monterey Bay
                                                                    UC Santa Cruz
Kathryn Spencer, Outreach and Education Coordinator,                Mr. Berlin transitioned the dining department from 40 years
Monterey Bay County Farm to School Partnership, Student,            of contract management to a self-operated entity. He works
Earth Systems Science and Policy, CSU Monterey Bay                  in Residential Dining, Retail Operations, Catering, Bakery,
Bonnie Crouse, Assistant Director, Residential Dining Services,     Commissary, Vending, and Conference Services. Active in
UC Santa Barbara
                                                                    NACUFS for the last 20 years, he is the current Pacific Region
Sue Hawkins, Director, UCen Dining Services, UC Santa Barbara
                                                                    President-Elect. Additionally, he is a Board of Director
Ida Shen, Interim Assistant Director, Executive Chef, Cal Dining,
UC Berkeley                                                         Member for the California Restaurant Association-Santa Cruz
Moderator:                                                          Chapter and serves on various UC Office of the President
Tim Galarneau, Advisor, UC Sustainable Foods Campaign,
                                                                    Committees.
Foods Systems Working Group, UC Santa Cruz
                                                                    James Boushka
Joint Session with Procurement Track:                               Dining Services, UC Davis
Distribution & Sustainable Purchasing                               James has worked in UC Davis dining services for two years.
Practices within Food Services                                      Working with a collaborative team of operators, managers,
Tuesday, June 26th                                                  and dieticians, he has been integral in communicating
1:45pm–3:15 pm                                                      and incorporating best practice solutions for sustainable
UCen Flying A Room                                                  food system initiatives. He received a BS in Business
                                                                    Administration and a BA in Philosophy from the University
Establishing sustainable purchasing guidelines and an
                                                                    of Phoenix.
efficient distribution network for your campus dining service
needs can be a formidable challenge. Come prepared to learn
how dining service programs are sourcing from local and             Bonnie Crouse
sustainable producers and climbing the hurdles to achieve           Assistant Director, Residential Dining Services,
innovative partnerships. In addition examples of steps toward       UC Santa Barbara
sourcing biodegradable cutlery, plateware, and other non-           Ms. Crouse oversees all procurement of food, equipment
food items in dining services will be examined.                     and supplies as well as budget management for four Dining
Speakers:                                                           Commons, Concessions and Special Event Catering at UCSB.
Anya Fernald, Program Director of Community Alliance with           Bonnie is the President of the College and University Resource
Family Farmers (CAFF)
                                                                    Board (CURB) and Board member of Women’s Culinary Arts
Dina Izzo, Marketing Coordinator, Agriculture and Land Based
Training Association (ALBA)
                                                                    Guild. She is leading the sustainability efforts for Residential
Scott B. Berlin, Director of Dining and Hospitality Services,
                                                                    Dining, having formed a Food Sustainability Community
UC Santa Cruz                                                       Committee.
Moderator:
Tim Galarneau, Advisor, UC Sustainable Foods Campaign,
Foods Systems Working Group, UC Santa Cruz



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       Anya Fernald                                                     Clint Jeffries
       Program Director, Community Alliance with                        Food Service Manager, Crown/Merrill Dining Hall,
       Family Farmers (CAFF)                                            UC Santa Cruz
       Ms. Fernald brings five years of international experience        Over the past year, Mr. Jeffries has worked towards Green
       to CAFF, directing three primary projects: Farm-to-School        Dining Certification for UC Santa Cruz Dining’s Dining
       (F2S), the Growers Collaborative, and Buy Fresh Buy Local        Halls, cafes and restaurant. He is now concentrating efforts
       (BFBL). Anya was Program Director for the Slow Food              on getting certification for the department’s dining facilities
       Foundation for five years. She co-authored the book Food,        campus wide. Clint is also a stakeholder for his campus’ Green
       Culture, Community. Before joining Slow Food, she worked in      Campus program.
       Southeastern Sicily for the Consorzio Ricerca Filiera Lattiero
       Casearia. After graduating from Wesleyan University, she was     Daniel Kaupie
       awarded a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship.                           General Manager, Sodexho Campus Services,
                                                                        CSU Monterey Bay
       Tim Galarneau
                                                                        Mr. Kaupie is a current member of the On-Campus
       Advisor, UC Sustainable Foods Campaign, Foods Systems            Sustainability Committee and a member of Farm to College
       Working Group, UC Santa Cruz                                     Partnership and Monterey County Habitat for Humanity Vice
       Tim Galarneau is a recent alumnus of UCSC. He double             President. He is personally committed to the education and
       majored in Intensive Psychology and Community Studies,           reform of corporate purchasing in food service operations
       with an emphasis in Agroecology and Social Justice. Mr.          and believes that our Universities are the ideal environments
       Galarneau served as Campaign Coordinator of Students for         to create fiscally viable and sustainable models for our
       Organic Solutions, chaired the Student Environmental Center,     communities to incorporate.
       and was a founder of the Campus Sustainability Council.
       Tim served as the coordinator for the Food Systems Working       Ida Shen
       Group at UCSC, as well as being the statewide CSSC advisor       Interim Assistant Director, Executive Chef, Cal Dining,
       for UC Sustainable Food Systems..                                UC Berkeley
       Sue Hawkins                                                      Ida was hired as an executive chef for Clark Kerr’s residence
                                                                        hall dining location at UC Berkeley in 2004 and was promoted
       Director, UCen Dining Services, UC Santa Barbara                 to her current position in 2006. Ida is a graduate of the
       Sue Hawkins’ work in UCen Dining consists of nine retail         California Culinary Academy (1994). She studied in France at
       dining units, nine leased tenants, and catering. Sue is also a   L’Ecole des Arts Culinares et de l’Hotelliere de Lyon, earning
       member of UC Santa Barbara’s sustainability committee and        the Sodexho Scholarship to fund the attendance leading to her
       serves as co-chair on the food sub-committee. Over the past      Cuisine & Culture Certificate (1995). Ida has won numerous
       two years she has implemented many changes in organics           awards and competitions, including several ACF medals.
       offerings on the campus.
                                                                        Kathryn Spencer
       Dina Izzo                                                        Outreach and Education Coordinator, Monterey Bay
       Director, Agriculture and Land Based Training                    County Farm to School Partnership, Student, Earth
       Association (ALBA) Organics                                      Systems Science and Policy, CSU Monterey Bay
       Dina Izzo has 27 years experience in both wholesale and          Kathryn Spencer is a senior in Earth Systems Science and
       retail produce. She is the Marketing Coordinator for The         Policy at CSU Monterey Bay. Kathryn has worked as the
       Agriculture and Land Based Training Association (ALBA).          Outreach and Education Coordinator for the Monterey County
       Her work includes marketing and post-harvest education           Farm to School Partnership since 2003, where she runs Farm-
       for small immigrant farmers growing sustainably. She is          to-School K-12 education programs and serves as the student
       the director of ALBA Organics, the distribution company          representative for CSU Monterey Bay’s Farm to College
       that brings these farmers’ produce to hospitals, elementary      program.
       schools, UCSC, and Stanford University.




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Green Building, EB/CI Track


Richard Young                                                   Speakers:
Senior Engineer, Director of Education, Food Service            Gary Jurich, Recreation Center Director, UC Santa Barbara
                                                                Bruce Hansen, Assistant Manager, Recreation Center,
Technology Center (FSTC)                                        UC Santa Barbara
The FSTC works at all levels of the industry, from mom-         Ryan Schauland, Energy and Sustainability Coordinator,
and-pop restaurants to the largest chains, as well as with      UC Santa Barbara
manufacturers, trade associations, utilities, and state and     Jubilee Daniels, M.L.A., LEEDTM EB Project Coordinator,
federal government. Richard has been with the FSTC 16           UC Office of the President
years. He authors a regular column, The Green Sheet, for the    Moderator:
California Restaurant Association. Richard is an electrical     George Getgen, Director, Facilities Management,
engineer with a background in both computers and power          UC Office of the President
plant design.
                                                                Lab Assessment and Management,
                                                                Client Perspective
Green Building, EB/CI                                           Monday, June 25th
Track                                                           4:15pm–5:45pm
                                                                Anacapa Formal Lounge
                                                                Green Building and Operations are challenging in laboratories
LEEDTM CI Case Studies
                                                                due to specialized and intensive needs of scientists. At UCSB
Monday, June 25th                                               the Laboratory Assessment for Research Sustainability
10:45am–12:15pm                                                 (LARS) Program engages researchers to find conservation
Anacapa Formal Lounge                                           opportunities within the constraints of their research.
The newly expanded UC Policy on Sustainable Practices           This program is unique in its comprehensive evaluation of
requires renovation projects over $5 million to meet the        energy, water, chemicals, materials, surplus equipment, and
equivalent of a LEED™ CI Certified rating. UCSF has already     purchasing practices, and by directly involving the entire
received certification of a dentistry lab, and UCLA and UCD     laboratory group, focusing on changes lab occupants can
are using LEED™ CI on current renovation projects and will      make.
share the initial lessons learned.                              Speakers:
                                                                Allen Doyle, Lab Manager, UC Santa Barbara
Speakers:
                                                                Colin Dowling, Intern, Laboratory Assessments for Research
Harold (Hank) Knapp, Physical Plant Manager OCHM, Housing
                                                                Sustainability Program, UC Santa Barbara
and Hospitality Services, UC Los Angeles
                                                                Dave Bothman, Development Engineer, Mechanical
Judy Chess, LEEDTM AP, Manager for Green Building Programs,
                                                                Engineering, UC Santa Barbara
UC Berkeley
Gary Dahl, Project Manager, Architects and Engineers Office,    Moderator:
UC Davis                                                        Paul Mathew, Ph.D., Staff Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley
Patti Mitchell, AIA, LEEDTM AP, Project Manager, Capital        National Laboratory
Programs and Facilities Management, UC San Francisco
Moderator:                                                      Ask the LEEDTM EB Expert
Tara Lamont, AIA, LEED AP, Assistant Director of Design and
                       TM

Construction Services, UC Office of the President
                                                                Tuesday, June 26th
                                                                8:30am–10:00am
LEEDTM EB Case Studies                                          Anacapa Formal Lounge
Monday, June 25th                                               Two national experts on the LEED™ EB rating system will
                                                                share their experience and expertise with the growing
2:00pm–3:30pm
                                                                number of campuses who have registered projects and are
Anacapa Formal Lounge                                           starting the certification process.
The newly expanded UC Policy on Sustainable Practices
                                                                Speakers:
requires each UC campus to submit one pilot building for
                                                                Dan Ackerstein, Leonardo Academy, developer of the LEEDTM
LEEDTM EB certification, by July 1, 2008. UCSB and UCOP         EB program for the USGBC
have already achieved certification on one building each, and   Mark Maxwell, LEEDTM AP, LEEDTM/Sustainability Coordinator,
UCSB has several more in the works.                             UC Merced



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       LEEDTM and USGBC Portfolio                                        Sustainability, she has most recently been working to identify
       Program Update                                                    and fund campus energy efficiency projects. Ms. Chess holds
                                                                         a Master’s in Landscape Architecture and City and Regional
       Tuesday, June 26th                                                Planning from UC Berkeley.
       1:45pm–3:15pm
       Anacapa Formal Lounge                                             Jubilee Daniels
       The U.S. Green Building Council is transforming the LEEDTM        M.L.A., Sustainability Planner and LEEDTM EB Consultant
       certification process to allow organizations with many            Ms. Daniels was the project manager responsible for
       buildings, like campuses, to drastically reduce the paperwork     implementing and documenting sustainable maintenance
       and cost of certification. UCSB, UCM, UCI, and CSULA are all      practices that resulted in a LEEDTM EB silver certification of
       involved in piloting these new approaches.                        the 12-story UC Office of the President Building in downtown
       Speakers:                                                         Oakland. She was Associate Project Coordinator for the UC
       Marc Heisterkamp, Manager, Corporate/Investment Real              Berkeley Campus Sustainability Assessment. She has a B.A
       Estate Sector, U.S. Green Building Council                        in Biology from UCSC and a Master’s degree in Landscape
       John Ferris, Director, Facilities Services, CSU Los Angeles       Architecture and Environmental Planning from UCB.
       Mark Maxwell, LEEDTM AP, LEEDTM/Sustainability Coordinator,
       UC Merced                                                         Richard Demerjian
       Richard Demerjian, Director, Campus and Environmental             Director of Campus and Environmental Planning,
       Planning, UC Irvine
       Perrin Pellegrin LEED™ AP, Campus Sustainability Manager,
                                                                         UC Irvine
       UC Santa Barbara                                                  Richard Demerjian’s role is to oversee land use planning,
       Moderator:                                                        community planning, transportation and infrastructure
       Matthew St.Clair, LEED™ AP, Sustainability Manager,               planning, and environmental programs at UCI. Richard
       UC Office of the President                                        is a registered landscape architect and LEEDTM certified
                                                                         professional. He has a BA in Landscape Architecture from
                                                                         Cal Poly, Pomona and an MBA from the UCI Graduate
       Biographies:                                                      School of Management.
       Dan Ackerstein                                                    Allen Doyle
       Leonardo Academy, developer of the LEEDTM                         Lab Manager, UC Santa Barbara
       EB program for the USGBC
                                                                         Allen Doyle has an MS in Chemical Oceanography and
       Dan was the lead reviewer for almost all of the projects certi-   manages a soil ecology laboratory at UCSB. Over the past
       fied under LEEDTM EB to date, including the first 35 projects     decade, Allen has developed concepts of “sustainable
       to achieve certification. Dan has gleaned first-hand under-       research” and methods to conserve time, energy, water,
       standing of approaches to sustainable building operations at      chemicals, and plastics in the laboratory, which lead to
       leading corporations, public entities, and universities. Dan      founding the Laboratory Assessments program with students
       also worked on the development of the LEEDTM EB Pilot Pro-        and staff. Allen also consults with Dining and Residential
       gram, the draft and finalization of the LEEDTM EB Version 2.0     Services on sustainable food systems as well.
       Rating System, and the crafting of the LEEDTM EB Reference
       Guide (Pilot and Version 2.0).                                    Colin Dowling
                                                                         Intern, Laboratory Assessments for Research
       Judy Chess                                                        Sustainability Program, UC Santa Barbara
       LEEDTM AP, Manager for Green Building Programs,
                                                                         Colin Dowling, a recent graduate in Electrical Engineering at
       UC Berkeley                                                       UCSB, has been with the LARS program since its inception.
       Judy Chess is the manager for Green Building Programs for         Motivated by the concept that laboratory research represents
       UC Berkeley, where she has worked since 1988. After working       a significant opportunity to save energy and resources, Colin
       at the campus in various areas, including master planning,        has spearheaded the Assessment component of LARS. Such
       CEQA compliance, disabled access, and historic preservation,      assessments have resulted in enhanced communication and a
       she now develops implementation practices to meet campus          sharing of equipment between UCSB labs and a reduction in
       green building and energy conservation goals. A recent            water and energy use. Colin has assessed well over 15 labs in
       chair of the Berkeley Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on          9 different departments.


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John Ferris                                                        Gary Jurich
Director, Facilities Services, CSU Los Angeles                     Recreation Center Director, UC Santa Barbara
John oversees the trade, custodial, landscape, and energy          Gary’s current projects include building a 940 panel PV solar
operations at CSU Los Angeles. Prior to employment in the          array at the Recreation Center and replacing natural gas
CSU, John worked 14 years in various positions at Chapman          with solar heating and geo-thermal to heat the 1.8 million
University as well as 6 years in the construction industry         gallon pool complex. Gary also coordinated the LEEDTM EB
before that. John holds a BS in Industrial Supervision as well     certification for the Recreation Center, which will become the
as an MBA. He is also a Certified Energy Manager.                  first LEEDTM EB certified facility of its kind in the country this
                                                                   summer.
George Getgen
Director, Facilities Management,                                   Harold (Hank) Knapp
UC Office of the President                                         Physical Plant Manager OCHM, Housing and Hospitality
George oversees the UC System-wide energy management,              Services, UC Los Angeles
policies and procedures, sustainability, capital renewal and       Hank currently oversees the heating, cooling, and ventilation
deferred maintenance needs. Prior to this George was the           operations and preventative maintenance of the entire
Assistant Director of Planning, Design and Construction            Housing and Hospitality Services’ on-campus infrastructure.
and Director of the UC PMI. He also worked as Director of          He also supervises a group of eighteen maintenance staff
Construction with Circuit City Stores, as Vice President of        members who provide services for nearly 2.5 million
Construction with Storage USA, and as a project manager at         square feet of University space and nearly 9,300 resident
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. George holds a BS          students. Hank has received the distinction of “Qualified
in Civil Engineering from CSU Chico and a Civil Engineering        Commissioning Process Provider” and is able to certify the
MS from UC Berkeley.                                               University construction projects for the UC equivalency for
                                                                   LEEDTM projects.
Bruce Hansen
Assistant Manager, Recreation Center, UC Santa Barbara             Tara Lamont
Bruce Hansen is an Assistant Manager of the UCSB Recreation        AIA, LEEDTM AP, Assistant Director of Design and
Center. He has been the LEEDTM EB Liaison between Perrin           Construction Services, UC Office of the President
Pellegrin who heads the LEEDTM EB program on campus and            Tara Lamont is Assistant Director of Design and Construction
the staff and faculty of the Recreation Center. He also has been   Services for the UC Office of the President. Ms. Lamont
instrumental in planning and negotiating the logistics of new      worked with campuses to develop their Campus Green
programs and philosophies that the Recreation Center has           Building Baselines as well as new sustainability guidelines
adopted in the LEED™ EB certification process.                     for renovation projects. She is particularly excited about
                                                                   being one of the “sustainability champions” for the new UCSF
Marc Heisterkamp                                                   hospital being planned for the Mission Bay Campus in San
Manager, Corporate/Investment Real Estate Sector, U.S.             Francisco.
Green Building Council
Marc focuses on strategic relationships with the corporate
                                                                   Paul Mathew
and investment real estate sector, including the financial and     Ph.D., Staff Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley
institutional investment community. At USGBC Marc started          National Laboratory
over 10 new USGBC chapters and developed the regional              Paul Mathew works on applied research and teaches about
structure for the chapter network. Marc also developed             energy efficiency and environmental sustainability in the
the Portfolio Program, a voluntary partnership program             built environment. Currently he works on energy efficiency
for companies and institutions seeking to integrate green          and green design for laboratories and other high-tech
design, construction and operations into standard business         buildings. He has a degree in Architecture, and a Ph.D. in
operations. Marc holds a MBA from George Washington                Building Performance and Diagnostics from Carnegie Mellon
University.                                                        University. Prior to joining LBNL, he worked at Enron Energy
                                                                   Services and the Center for Building Performance at Carnegie
                                                                   Mellon University.



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       Mark Maxwell                                                     Matthew St.Clair
       LEED Coordinator for the
             TM
                                                                        LEEDTM AP, Sustainability Manager,
       University of California Campus                                  UC Office of the President
       Mr. Maxwell is the LEEDTM/Sustainability Coordinator             Mr. St.Clair is a founding member of the Board of Directors
       at UC Merced. Mark has been responsible for tracking             for the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in
       and coordinating all building documentation for LEEDTM           Higher Education. Mr. St.Clair has worked on international
       submittals to the USGBC. He has one LEEDTM Gold Certified        campaigns for Friends of the Earth Czech Republic and on
       Building under his belt and has four more projects in the        renewable energy policy research at the Lawrence Berkeley
       USGBC review process. Mark also oversees the Environmental       National Laboratory. He also serves on the Chancellor’s
       Stewardship Program for the entire campus. He has a BS in        Advisory Committees on Sustainability at UC Berkeley, UC San
       Business Management and is LEEDTM Accredited.                    Francisco, and UC Santa Cruz. He has an MA in Environmental
                                                                        Policy from UC Berkeley and a BA in Economics from
       Patti Mitchell                                                   Swarthmore College.
       AIA, LEEDTM AP, Project Manager, Capital Programs
       and Facilities Management, UC San Francisco                      Green Building, NC
       Patti Mitchell manages pre-planning, budgeting,
       programming, scheduling, cost control, and project
                                                                        Track
       management, and provides internal coordination with campus
       facilities. She currently works to develop a business plan for   Best Practices in HVAC Design and
       Construction Management within the Division of Capital
       Programs. Patti began her career in Boston as an architect.
                                                                        Lighting Retrofit
       She moved to San Francisco, pursuing her career with Gordon      Monday, June 25th
       Chong and Partners, then with Howard S. Wright Construction.     10:45am–12:15pm
                                                                        Santa Rosa Formal Lounge
       Perrin Pellegrin                                                 This session includes presentations from winners of the
       LEEDTM AP, Campus Sustainability Manager,                        Higher Education Energy Efficiency Partnership Program Best
       UC Santa Barbara                                                 Practices Competition in the categories of New Construction-
       Perrin works with project managers, building committees,         HVAC Design and Lighting Design/Retrofit.
       and design teams to ensure that the USGBC’s LEEDTM               Speakers:
       guidelines are met in all new campus construction projects.      Nathaniel C. Martin, Energy Conservation Coordinator,
       Perrin is piloting the LEEDTM EB Portfolio Program on            CSU Sacramento
       campus and is also the project manager for the development       Mike Sheehan, Associate Director, Student Housing, UC Davis
       and implementation of the Campus Sustainability Plan. She        Wes Morgan, Project Manager, California Lighting Technology
                                                                        Center, UC Davis
       works closely with the award-winning UCSB Energy Team to
                                                                        Michelle Dyck-Turner, Administrative Support Coordinator
       implement climate change mitigation practices in new and         for the Chief Engineer and Energy Manager and Waste
       existing buildings and campus fleet.                             Management Programs, CSU San Bernardino

       Ryan Schauland                                                   Moderator:
                                                                        Satinder ‘Steve’ Gulati, University Engineer,
       Energy and Sustainability Coordinator,                           CSU Office of the Chancellor
       UC Santa Barbara
                                                                        Best Practices in Overall
       Mr. Schauland works on LEEDTM for Existing Buildings, the        Sustainable Design
       California Climate Action Registry, and energy conservation
       projects. He holds Bachelor’s degrees in Geography and           Monday, June 25th
       Environmental Science from UCSB. As a student, he worked         2:00 pm –3:30 pm
       for the Green Campus Program and received a Best Practices       Santa Rosa Formal Lounge
       Award at the 2006 UC/CSU Sustainability Conference for           This session includes presentations from winners of the
       student-led energy efficiency projects.                          Higher Education Energy Efficiency Partnership Program Best
                                                                        Practices Competition in the category of New Construction-
                                                                        Best Overall Sustainable Design.


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Speakers:                                                            building committees that successfully delivered green
John Elliott, Campus Energy Manager, Facilities Management,          buildings will give tips on how to achieve a green building.
UC Merced                                                            For Project Managers, this session will include tips onhow
Michael Craig Smith, Director, Office of Design and                  to successfully work with building committees. Many
Construction, CSU Fullerton                                          individuals are involved when a campus based capital project
Jason Lorcher, PE, LEEDTM AP, Director, GreenWorks Studio            is realized in the planning and construction process. This
Mike Byrne, LEEDTM AP, Project Executive                             session will explore that developmental process from the
Duane Richard Fisher, AIA, Associate Partner, Langdon Wilson         perspective of the client/end user.
Moderator:                                                           Speakers:
Michael Wester, AIA, AICP, Assistant Director, Design and            Mike Sheehan, Associate Director, Student Housing, UC Davis
Construction Services, UC Office of the President
                                                                     Bill McTague, Budget Officer, Student Affairs, UCSB
Tara Lamont, AIA, LEEDTM AP, Assistant Director of Design and
Construction Services, UC Office of the President                    Elaine Chandler, Physicist, Materials Science Division, Lawrence
                                                                     Berkeley National Laboratory

Community College Green Building                                     Moderator:
Case Studies                                                         Margot McDonald, AIA, Professor, Architecture,
                                                                     Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Monday, June 25th
4:15pm–5:45 pm                                                       Project Management Day to Day
Santa Rosa Formal Lounge                                             Within Budget
Each case study will describe the planning, design, and              Tuesday, June 26th
construction processes; the faculty and staff engagement;            1:45pm–3:15pm
and their innovative design work. Ohlone College, Center for         Santa Rosa Formal Lounge
Health Sciences and Technology, will open in January, 2008
as a Gold LEED™ Certified buildings. The Berkeley College            This session explores the day-to-day management techniques
project is unique in that the entire function of the college is      that a project manager can effectively utilize to incorporate
contained within the building and is anticipated to achieve          mandated ‘green’ design within tight budget constraints.
LEED™ certification. LA Valley College, Allied Health and            The presentations on this panel will provide techniques on
Sciences Center, has included photovoltaic array, a storm            how project managers and directors can control their green
water retention pond, and a system to biologically cleanse           building budgets when trying to achieve LEED™ certification.
roof run-off water in its design.                                    These techniques will be explained for all project phases, from
                                                                     programming through construction.
Speakers:
Don Gauthier, Assoc. Professor, Geography, Chair, Earth              Speakers:
Science and Anthropology Dept., Los Angeles Valley College           Mark Maxwell, LEEDTM AP, LEEDTM/Sustainability Coordinator,
Sarah Dennison, AIA, LEEDTM AP, Principal Architect, CO              UC Merced
Architects, Los Angeles                                              Scott Bloom, P.E., Project Manger, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
George Rogers, Professor, Geology, Geography, College                William (Ed) Palmer, RA, Principal, Niles Bolton Associates
Sustainability Coordinator, Ohlone Community College                 Brad Cox, Senior Associate, Anderson Brule Architects
Leta Stagnaro, Dean, Ohlone College Newark Center for                Bill Starr, Senior Architect and Project Manager, UC Davis
Health Sciences and Technology
Mike Matson, LEEDTM AP, Senior Associate, Ratcliff Architects
                                                                     Moderator:
                                                                     Diane Malone, LEEDTM AP AP Campus Architect, Associate
Bill Blessing, LEEDTM AP, Associate Principal, Ratcliff Architects
                                                                     Director, Planning, Design, and Construction, CSU San Marcos
Moderator:
Douglas M. Treadway, Ph.D., President/Superintendent,                 Eco Fact:
Ohlone Community College District
                                                                      RESEARCHERS AT THE UNIV. OF CHICAGO FOUND
Client Perspective
                                                                      THAT THE AVERAGE AMERICAN DIET IS
Tuesday, June 26th
8:30am–10:00am                                                        RESPONSIBLE FOR 1.5 TONS OF GREENHOUSE GAS
Santa Rosa Formal Lounge
                                                                      EMISSIONS ANNUALLY, COMPARED TO A
Who drives successful green building projects on campus?
What is the role of the client department? Faculty from               VEGETARIAN DIET.


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   Biographies:                                                      Brad Cox
                                                                     AIA, LEEDTM AP, Principal, Anderson Brulé Architects, Inc.
   Bill Blessing                                                     Brad has over 16 years of architectural experience in com-
   LEEDTM AP, Associate Principal, Ratcliff Architects               munity and educational architecture, with a focus on green
   Bill has served with Ratcliff for 25 years. He has extensive      design. He is principal of Anderson Brulé Architects (San Jose,
   experience with sensitive planning and design issues for          CA) and is managing the LEED TM certification efforts for
   academic facilities including the University of Oregon and        the Poly Canyon Village design build team at Cal Poly, San Luis
   Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, California. Two of his current    Obispo.
   projects at UC Berkeley include the Doe Library Annex and
   Boalt Hall School of Law Library Stacks. Bill keeps abreast of    Sarah Dennison
   the latest advances in this field and consistently incorporates   AIA, LEEDTM AP, Principal Architect, CO Architects,
   green building strategies into his projects.                      Los Angeles
                                                                     Sarah has more than 20 years experience in the programming,
   Scott Bloom                                                       design and management of academic projects. She has led
   P.E., Project Manger, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo                    projects for many two-and four-year academic institutions
   Cal Poly is constructing the CSU’s largest student housing        in Southern California including Santa Monica College, Los
   project at $299 million and 1.5 million square feet. Poly         Angeles Valley College, Occidental College, Scripps College,
   Canyon Village is Cal Poly’s first LEEDTM certified project.      the University of Redlands, the University of California, and
   Mr. Bloom provides the University’s oversight, management,        California State University.
   and budget control for the project. He is a graduate of
   the University’s Architectural Engineering Department             Michelle Dyck-Turner
   and is a registered civil engineer. Mr. Bloom has worked          Administrative Support Coordinator for the Chief
   in the industry for 12 years, providing engineering and           Engineer and Energy Manager and Waste Management
   management for Luica Mar Unified School District, Lockheed        Programs, CSU San Bernardino
   Martin Corporation, and Cal Poly.
                                                                     Michelle has twelve years in regional and municipal waste
   Michael Byrne                                                     reduction and recycling, pollution prevention, disaster debris
                                                                     management, and soil and water conservation programs.
   LEEDTM AP, Project Executive                                      She has a personal passion for environmentally responsible
   Michael received a BS in Construction Management and              products, green building and community design.
   Engineering from CSU Long Beach. He has 14 years of
   construction experience and has been employed since 1999          John Elliott
   with C.W. Driver. Currently, Michael is a Project Executive       Campus Energy Manager, Facilities Management,
   overseeing roughly $200 million in construction projects, one     UC Merced
   of which is the Cal State Fullerton Student Recreation Center.
   He has played a substantial role in the growth of C.W. Driver’s   Mr. Elliott is responsible for energy efficiency and renewable
   Green Building Practices.                                         energy activities on campus and is the owner of the campus-
                                                                     wide building energy management system. John has previous
   Elaine Chandler                                                   experience in energy efficiency consulting and as Vice
                                                                     President of Professional Services at Nexus Energy Software,
   Physicist, Materials Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley          where he was responsible for implementation of analytical
   National Laboratory                                               and efficiency software solutions for the energy industry.
   Ms. Chandler is in charge of program development and
   strategic planning in the development of the Berkeley Lab         Duane Richard Fisher
   Helios Project, a large joint effort by scientists to overcome    AIA, Associate Partner, Langdon Wilson
   gaps in the understanding of fundamental science that now         Duane earned his BS in Architecture from Cal Poly Pomona
   prevent the efficient utilization and storage of solar energy.    and has over 26 years practicing architecture, the last 10 years
   The recently built Molecular Foundry in the Materials Science     as Project Architect with Langdon Wilson. He is currently
   Division and the Helios Building now being planned are both       managing sustainable designed recreational and educational
   responsive to energy and environmental concerns.                  projects, including UC Irvine Anteater Recreation Center,
                                                                     Los Angeles Valley College Gym and Aquatics Center, LAUSD


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    Arleta High School campus, and the Fresno State Student         Diane Malone
    Recreation Center.                                              LEEDTM AP, Campus Architect, Associate Director,
    Don Gauthier                                                    Planning, Design, and Construction, CSU San Marcos
    Assoc. Professor, Geography, Chair, Earth Science and           Diane Malone has been with California State University San
                                                                    Marcos since 1997 and is Campus Architect and Associate
    Anthropology, Los Angeles Valley College                        Director of Planning, Design, and Construction. Prior to
    As co-leader of the Allied Health & Sciences Building User      joining CSUSM, she was project manager with Gensler in
    Group (BUG), Don is involved in all project phases from         Chicago and operated her own architectural firm. Ms. Malone
    conception through construction. He serves on the campus        is licensed in California and Nevada and, holds NCARB
    Space & Work committee, and two bond committees (Facility       Certification.
    Master Plan and Design Review). Don is an advocate for
    implementation of innovative environmental teaching/            Nathaniel C. Martin
    learning strategies, green building principles, and campus-     Energy Conservation Coordinator, CSU Sacramento
    wide sustainability.
                                                                    Mr. Martin received a BS in Mechanical Engineering in 1992
    Satinder ‘Steve’ Gulati                                         from CSU Sacramento. He has been the Energy Conservation
                                                                    Coordinator for CSU Sacramento since 2002. He has worked
    University Engineer, CSU Office of the Chancellor               in the energy conservation field for 15 years, performing
    Mr. Gulati is a University Engineer at the CSU, Office of the   numerous energy audits for commercial/industrial facilities,
    Chancellor. He manages the CSU major capital projects and       hospital, and school districts.
    is also responsible for managing the CSU Mechanical Review
    Board. Mr. Gulati is a Registered Professional Engineer in      Mike Matson
    the State of California in Mechanical and Fire Protection       LEEDTM AP, Senior Associate, Ratcliff Architects
    engineering. He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from         Mike serves as the technical lead in Ratcliff’s academic
    Cal Poly Pomona and a BS in Physics, Chemistry and              practice area group. He holds a BA in Architecture from
    Mathematics from University of Delhi, India.                    UC Berkeley and has served on both new construction and
                                                                    remodel projects at Stanford University as well as at UC, CSU,
    Tara Lamont                                                     and CCC campuses.
    AIA, LEEDTM AP, Assistant Director, Design and
    Construction Services, UC Office of the President               Mark Maxwell
    Tara Lamont is Assistant Director of Design and Construction    LEEDTM AP, LEEDTM/Sustainability Coordinator,
    Services for the UC Office of the President. Ms. Lamont         UC Merced
    worked with campuses to develop their Campus Green              Mr. Maxwell is the LEEDTM/Sustainability Coordinator
    Building Baselines as well as new sustainability guidelines     at UC Merced. Mark has been responsible for tracking
    for renovation projects. She is particularly excited about      and coordinating all building documentation for LEEDTM
    being one of the “sustainability champions” for the new         submittals to the USGBC. He has one LEEDTM Gold Certified
    UCSF hospital being planned for the Mission Bay Campus          Building under his belt and has four more projects under
    in San Francisco.                                               USGBC review. Mark also oversees the Environmental
                                                                    Stewardship Program for the entire campus. Mark has a
    Jason J Lorcher                                                 BS in Business Management and is a LEEDTM Accredited
    PE, LEEDTM AP, Director, GreenWorks Studio                      Professional.
    Jason’s interest in the environment hails from his childhood
    days, exploring northern Ohio creeks for water critters and     Margot McDonald
    crayfish. Today, he works with design teams to help reduce      AIA, Professor, Architecture, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
    the built environment’s ecological footprint. Carbon neutral    Professor McDonald teaches building science, preservation,
    buildings; Cradle to Cradle principles; Conscientious design-   and design. Her professional consulting and research
    these are concepts that drive and inspire Jason’s work. A       experience includes design assistance for a “green campus”
    member of the USGBC and ASHRAE, he is passionate about          master plan at Cal State University-Monterey Bay and
    using alternative energy strategies for sustainable buildings   development of the curriculum project, Sustainable
    and is committed to contributing to the future of a carbon-     Environmental Design Education (SEDE). Professor
    free world.                                                     McDonald is a Registered Architect in the State of Oregon.


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       Wes Morgan                                                        Michael Craig Smith
       Project Manager, California Lighting Technology Center,           Director, Office of Design and Construction,
       UC Davis                                                          CSU Fullerton
       Wes Morgan holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering and            Michael earned his MA in Architecture and Master Planning
       Materials Science and has experience in private industry,         from UC Berkeley in 1977. At CSU Fullerton, he has overseen
       as well as with the UC Davis Architects & Engineers Office,       the completion of over 16 major capital projects, 9 of which
       and the California Energy Commission. He is responsible           are new campus buildings. He is presently managing over
       for coordinating field demonstrations of emerging lighting        $400 million in capital projects and is a member of the CSU
       technologies across California, conducting laboratory testing/    Sustainability Design Standards Committee. His campus has
       analysis, and engaging in product development.                    won the Best Practice award for Overall Sustainable Design
                                                                         twice, first for the Arboretum Visitor Center in 2005 and again
       William (Ed) Palmer                                               this year for the Student Recreation Center.
       RA, Principal, Niles Bolton Associates
                                                                         Leta Stagnaro
       With well over 30 years of architectural experience and
                                                                         Dean, Newark Center for Health Sciences and Technology,
       an emphasis on large scale projects, Ed has an extensive
       background in working with public and private organizations       Ohlone Community College
       and has managed projects from concept through design and          The Newark Center is designed to achieve LEEDTM Gold
       construction. Currently managing the San Jose office for          Certification and will be installing the largest array of solar
       NBA, Ed is leading the architectural component of Cal Poly’s      panels in Silicon Valley. Leta is currently working on her
       new Poly Canyon Village, a 2,700 bed, design-build, student       Doctoral Degree in Educational Leadership and is researching
       residence project.                                                Learning Space Environments.

       Bill McTague                                                      Bill Starr
       Budget Officer, Student Affairs,                                  Senior Architect and Project Manager, UC Davis
       UC Santa Barbara                                                  Bill has a B. Arch. from Cornell University and 16
       Bill is a twenty year employee of Student Affairs at UCSB,        years of experience practicing architecture. Bill is currently
       working as the budget officer for the Division. Student           managing the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences, the
       Affairs has an active program to address sustainability           Veterinary Medicine Instructional Facility (VMIF), and the
       across the twenty-three departments in the Division. Bill has     Veterinary Medicine 3B Laboratory Building. The Tahoe
       a master’s degree in economics and is interested in energy,       Center was recently awarded LEEDTM Platinum certification.
       population, and environmental issues in general. Student          VMIF received a Best Practice Award in Overall Sustainable
                                                                         Design. VMIF and 3B are targeting LEEDTM Silver and
       Affairs is responding to the ever rising voices of the students
                                                                         LEEDTM Gold respectively. Bill is a member of the UC Davis
       here at UCSB who are strong advocates of renewable energy,
                                                                         Sustainability Committee and chairs the Green Building
       sustainability, and environmental stewardship.
                                                                         Subcommittee.
       Mike Sheehan                                                      Douglas M. Treadway
       Associate Director, Student Housing, UC Davis                     Ph.D., President/Superintendent, Ohlone Community
       Mike is an Associate Director for Student Housing at UC           College District
       Davis. Within this role, he has primary responsibility for
       the Facilities Services unit that oversees all maintenance        Dr. Douglas Treadway served nine years as President/
       operations, custodial operations, and capital projects for the    Superintendent of Shasta College in Redding, California
       Student Housing Department. Student Housing facilities            prior to his current position. He was formerly Chancellor of
                                                                         the North Dakota University System, President of Southwest
       provide 5000 bed spaces and encompass 2 million gross
                                                                         Minnesota State University and President of Western Montana
       square feet within 104 buildings.
                                                                         State College. Dr. Treadway holds a Ph.D. in Counseling
                                                                         Psychology from Northwestern University and undertook
                                                                         postdoctoral study at Harvard University. He has been on the
                                                                         faculties of Northwestern University, the University of Hawaii
                                                                         and Oregon State University. He is also a member of Rotary
                                                                         International.


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Michael Wester                                                 panel provides a forum for campuses with Sustainability
AIA, AICP, Assistant Director, Design and Construction         Committees to learn from the experience of others, while
                                                               also providing guidance to campuses that are still forming
Services, UC Office of the President
                                                               committees.
Michael Wester, AIA, AICP is a registered architect and a
certified planner with over thirty years of experience in      Speakers:
design, planning, and project management. His experience       Mark Freiberg, Director, Office of Environment, Health and
                                                               Safety, UC Berkeley
includes work in the public and private sectors and covers
                                                               Steve M. Wiesenthal, AIA, Campus Architect, Associate Vice
a wide variety of project types and sizes ranging from         Chancellor, Capital Programs and Facilities Management,
community master plans to large, integrated mixed-use          UC San Francisco
commercial projects. Michael received a B.Arch.and a           Diane Behling, Educational Facilities Planner, Capital Planning
Master’s in Architecture and Urban Design.                     and Space Management, UC Santa Cruz
                                                               Mo Lovegreen, LEEDTM AP, Executive Officer, Geography,
                                                               UC Santa Barbara
Institutionalizing                                             Tova Lelah, LEEDTM AP, Assistant Director, Campus

Sustainability Track
                                                               Environmental Planning, Capital Programs, UC Los Angeles
                                                               Ross Grayson, MPH, CIH, REHS, Director, Environmental Health
                                                               and Safety, UC Riverside
                                                               Camille Kirk, Environmental Planner, Office of Resource
The Making of UC Berkeley’s Climate                            Management & Planning, UC Davis
Action Plan                                                    Moderator:
Monday, June 25th                                              Matthew St.Clair, LEEDTM AP, Sustainability Manager,
                                                               UC Office of the President
10:45am–12:15pm
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On April 27, 2007, UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau     Monday, June 25th
committed the campus to reducing its greenhouse gas
                                                               4:15pm–5:45pm
emissions to 1990 levels by year 2014. What are the details,
and how will the campus get there? Find out from the leaders   Buchanan 1910
of the Cal Climate Action Partnership Steering Committee.      Your campus has a recycling program, an energy plan,
Speakers:                                                      and an environmental degree program or two. How are
Catherine Koshland, Ph.D., Vice Provost, Academic Planning
                                                               these integrated with each other and with overall campus
and Facilities, UC Berkeley                                    function? What are the next steps necessary toward achieving
Nathan Brostrom, Vice Chancellor Administration,               sustainability? Speakers will address successes, pitfalls and
UC Berkeley                                                    goals in creating broad-reaching campus sustainability plans.
Fahmida Ahmed, Sustainability Specialist, UC Berkeley          Speakers:
Moderator:                                                     Bruce Tiffney, Ph.D., Dean, College of Creative Studies,
Tom Kimmerer, Ph.D., Executive Director, Association for the   UC Santa Barbara
Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)      Scott McNall, Ph.D., Executive Director, The Institute for
                                                               Sustainable Development, CSU Chico
Chancellor’s Sustainability Committees                         Margot McDonald, AIA, Professor, Architecture, Cal Poly San
                                                               Luis Obispo
Monday, June 25th
                                                               Moderator:
2:00pm– 4:00pm                                                 Al Diaz, Vice Chancellor, Administration, UC Riverside
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All UC campuses have Sustainability Committees comprised       Putting Policies Into Practice
of members from across the campus community to                 Tuesday, June 26th
advise their Chancellor and top administrators on campus
sustainability issues. While each committee is dedicated       8:30am–10:00am
to campus sustainability, they all have a slightly different   Lotte Lehmann
focus based on their campus’ priorities. Examples include      The L.A. Community College District passed a
budgeting processes, procurement, sustainability policy        groundbreaking green building and clean energy policy in
implementation review, and outreach and education. This        2002. UC and CSU followed with their own policies in 2003


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       and 2005, respectively. The administrators overseeing the
       implementation of the policy goals for each university system
                                                                         Biographies:
       will give an overview of their respective implementation
                                                                         Fahmida Ahmed
       efforts.
                                                                         Sustainability Specialist, UC Berkeley
       Speakers:
       George Getgen, Director, Facilities Management,
                                                                         Fahmida Ahmed manages the Cal Climate Action Partnership
       UC Office of the President                                        (CalCAP) program at UC Berkeley. She worked for the Bay
       Len Pettis, Chief of Plant, Energy & Utilities,                   Conservation and Development Commission, the National
       CSU Office of the Chancellor                                      Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the Lawrence
       Larry Eisenberg, Executive Director, Facilities, Planning and     Berkeley National Laboratory. Ms. Ahmed graduated
       Development, Los Angeles Community College District               from Smith College and holds a master’s degree in Public
       Moderator:                                                        Environmental Management with a specialization in Climate
       Jefferson Coombs, Regent, President, Alumni Association,          Change Policy from the Bren School at UC Santa Barbara.
       University of California
                                                                         Diane Behling
       Sustainability Indicators and                                     Educational Facilities Planner, Capital Planning and
       Benchmarking                                                      Space Management, UC Santa Cruz
       Tuesday, June 26th                                                Diane Behling came to UC Santa Cruz after having a
       1:45pm–3:15pm                                                     successful facilities management career in the Silicon Valley
       Chemistry 1171                                                    private sector. She works primarily on alterations projects,
                                                                         and is actively implementing the UC Sustainability Policy
       Following the successful sustainability assessments at CSU
                                                                         guidelines. Diane coordinated the 2005 UC/CSU/CCC
       Chico and UC Berkeley, several other campuses are now
                                                                         Sustainability Conference at UCSC, serves on the Campus
       conducting assessments, including UC Santa Cruz and UC
                                                                         Sustainability Subcommittee, which she helped to launch,
       Irvine. UC Santa Barbara has been tracking sustainability
                                                                         and mentors the students leading the Student Environmental
       indicators for several years, and will present its efforts to
                                                                         Center, the Earth Summit, the Green Campus Program, and
       institutionalize tracking these indicators. Santa Barbara
                                                                         the Education for Sustainable Living Program.
       City College will present on establishing and maintaining
       benchmarks, and how they helped in efforts to implement           Nathan Brostrom
       change on campus.
                                                                         Vice Chancellor Administration, UC Berkeley
       Speakers:
                                                                         Mr. Brostrom is responsible for managing the campus’s
       Amy Jewel, Master’s Student, Donald Bren School of
       Environmental Science & Management, UC Santa Barbara              annual operating budget of more than $1.6 billion. Prior to
       Erin Claybaugh, Master’s Student, Donald Bren School of           UC Berkeley, he served as a Managing Director for JP Morgan,
       Environmental Science & Management, UC Santa Barbara              leading an $11.3 billion energy bond program that repaid the
       Ryan Schauland, Energy and Sustainability Coordinator, UC         state general fund which had been drained by the 2000-2001
       Santa Barbara                                                     California energy crisis. Vice Chancellor Brostrom graduated
       Shawn Jacobson, Student, Geography, UC Santa Barbara              from Stanford University and holds a master’s degree in Public
       Leif H. Skogberg, Recycling Technician, City of Santa Barbara     and International Affairs from Princeton University.
       Marcia Aurora Winslade, Sustainability Coordinator, Physical
       Plant, UC Santa Cruz                                              Erin Claybaugh
       Candice Carr Kelman, student, Planning, Policy and Design,
       UC Irvine
                                                                         Master’s Student, Donald Bren School of Environmental
                                                                         Science & Management, UC Santa Barbara
       Moderator:
       Judy Walton, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Association for   Erin attended the University of Chicago where she earned her
       the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)     BS in Geophysical Sciences. Her post-college work included
                                                                         environmental consulting, office assistance, and teaching
                                                                         swimming. Most recently, she completed her Master’s at the
                                                                         Bren School of Environmental Science and Management,
                                                                         specializing in Corporate Environmental Management.




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Jefferson Coombs                                                Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. George holds a BS
Regent, President, Alumni Association,                          in Civil Engineering from CSU Chico and a Civil Engineering
University of California                                        MS from UC Berkeley.
Jefferson graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor’s in       Shawn Jacobson
Psychology, emphasizing in Organizational Behavior. Mr.         Student, Geography, UC Santa Barbara
Coombs has served in senior alumni leadership positions
for the Cal Alumni Association for nearly 15 years. He          Shawn co-founded the SBCC Student Sustainability Coalition,
was the Cal Alumni Association’s Vice President for Young       co-created the class “Projects in Sustainability,” and assisted
Alumni affairs, and served as Vice President at Large for the   in the development of the SBCC Center for Sustainability.
Association. Mr. Coombs is a native Northern Californian        Shawn is a member of the UCSB Ellison Hall Sustainability
and a member of the Sierra Club, Save the Redwood League,       Committee. He teaches for Ocean Futures Society and is a
The League of Conservation Voters, and The Trust for            guide at the Channel Islands National Park. He has an AA from
Public Land. Mr. Coombs also serves as President of the Los     SBCC in photography, and is studying geography at UCSB.
Angeles Advertising Club’s Multicultural Advertising Training
Program.                                                        Amy Jewel, Masters Student
                                                                Master’s Student, Donald Bren School of Environmental
Alphonso “Al” Diaz                                              Science & Management, UC Santa Barbara
Vice Chancellor Administration, UC Riverside                    Amy recently earned a Master’s degree in Environmental
Alphonso “Al” Diaz has been the Vice Chancellor for             Science and Management from the Bren School at UCSB.
Administration at UC Riverside since January 2006.              Her Master’s Thesis Group Project is entitled “Prototyping a
His responsibilities include Physical Plant, Design             Campus Sustainability Management System.” Last summer
and Construction, Housing and Dining, Parking and               Amy completed an internship with Ceres, a nonprofit
Transportation, Purchasing, Fleet and Printing Operations,      organization that facilitates corporate responsibility around
Accounting, Human Resources, the Bookstore, Intercollegiate     environmental and social issues. Prior to graduate school,
Athletics, and the Child Development Center.                    Amy worked in environmental consulting, nonprofit
                                                                development, and environmental education.
Larry Eisenberg
Executive Director, Facilities, Planning and Development,       Candice Carr Kelman
Los Angeles Community College District                          Doctoral Candidate, Environmental Policy, Department
Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) is               of Planning, Policy and Design, UC Irvine
currently implementing a $2.2 billion construction program      Over the past year, Candice has been working with UCI
under Mr. Eisenberg’s supervision. The LACCD program is         Facilities Management and several student interns, collecting
the largest sustainable development program in the world at     data and writing the UCI Sustainability Report. Released this
the present time.                                               month, the Report will contribute to the completion of her
                                                                Master’s degree in Social Ecology. Candice’s Ph.D. dissertation
Mark Freiberg                                                   research will assess the performance of selected Integrated
Director, Office of Environment, Health and Safety,             Conservation and Development Projects in Indonesia.
UC Berkeley
                                                                Tom Kimmerer
George Getgen                                                   Ph.D., Executive Director, Association for the Advance-
Director, Facilities Management,                                ment of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)
UC Office of the President                                      Tom was a professor at the University of Kentucky for 18
George oversees the UC system-wide energy management,           years. He has a BS in Forest Biology from Syracuse and
policies and procedures, sustainability, capital renewal and    a Ph.D. in Forestry and Botany from the University of
deferred maintenance needs. Prior to this, George was the       Wisconsin, Madison. Tom was a Senior Fulbright Scholar at
Assistant Director of Planning, Design and Construction         Universiti Pertanian Malaysia and has worked on sustainable
and Director of the UC PMI. He also worked as Director of       forestry and agriculture in Malaysia and Indonesia. Prior to
Construction with Circuit City Stores, as Vice President of     joining AASHE, Tom headed a technology firm and was a
Construction with Storage USA, and as a project manager at      consultant in sustainable land management.



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       Camille Kirk                                                      for the “greening” of Bren Hall, which achieved the U.S. Green
       Environmental Planner, Office of Resource Management              Building Council’s LEEDTM Platinum rating. Mo was awarded
                                                                         the Sustainability Champion award at last year’s conference.
       & Planning, UC Davis
       Camille sits on the UC Davis Sustainability Advisory              Margot McDonald
       Committee (SAC), and chairs the SAC Campus Planning &             AIA, Professor, Architecture, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
       Transportation subcommittee. She leads a team of students,
       staff and faculty in making a campus green map, and also          Margot McDonald is an Architecture Professor at Cal Poly-
       runs an ad hoc committee to rethink the campus landscaping        San Luis Obispo teaching building science, preservation, and
       and storm water management. Camille holds a Master’s              design. Her professional consulting and research experience
       degree from UC Los Angeles.                                       includes design assistance for a “green campus” master plan
                                                                         at CSU, Monterey Bay and development of the curriculum
       Catherine Koshland                                                project, Sustainable Environmental Design Education (SEDE).
                                                                         Professor McDonald is a Registered Architect in the State of
       Ph.D., Vice Provost Academic Planning and Facilities,             Oregon.
       UC Berkeley
       Ms. Koshland is the Wood-Calvert Professor in Engineering,        Scott McNall
       and a Professor in Energy and Resources and in Public             Executive Director, The Institute for Sustainable
       Health at UC, Berkeley. As Vice-provost, she is responsible       Development, CSU Chico
       for academic planning including facilities planning,              Scott G. McNall received his Ph.D. in sociology from the
       oversees summer sessions and university extension and the         University of Oregon. He served as Provost and Vice President
       campus’s strategic academic initiatives. Her research is at the   for Academic Affairs at California State University, Chico
       intersection of health, energy and the environment. Professor     (1994-2007), and as interim-president (2003-04). He has
       Koshland graduated with a BA in Fine Arts from Haverford          recently been named as the Executive Director of The Institute
       College, and received her MS in 1978 and her Ph.D. in 1985 in     for Sustainable Development at CSU, Chico. Dr. McNall is the
       Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. She chairs       author, co-author, and editor of over 20 works in the field of
       UCB’s CalCap.                                                     sociology, as well as the author of numerous articles.
       Tova Lelah                                                        Len Pettis
       LEEDTM AP, Assistant Director, Campus Environmental               Chief of Plant, Energy & Utilities,
       Planning, Capital Programs, UC Los Angeles                        CSU Office of the Chancellor
       Ms. Lelah is responsible for assuring campus compliance           Mr. Pettis is a graduate of Maine Maritime Academy with
       with all state (CEQA) and Federal (NEPA) mandated                 a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering and holds
       environmental quality laws and for the Long Range                 a Chief Engineers license. With over 30 years experience,
       Development Plan and Environmental Impact Report at               Len is responsible for energy policy regulation, energy
       UCLA. Tova also coordinates the campus green building             efficiency programs, and utility procurement. He is the co-
       program, and co-chairs the Campus Sustainability Committee.       architect of the largest statewide energy efficiency grant
       She has a BS in Economics and an MBA from UCLA, is a US           program, receiving $38 million from the CPUC to fund a 3
       Green Building Council LEEDTM accredited professional, and is     part comprehensive program for retrofit, Monitoring-Based
       a member of the Association of Environmental Professionals.       Commissioning (MBCx)), and training & education programs.

       Mo Lovegreen                                                      Ryan Schauland
       LEED AP, Executive Officer, Geography,
             TM
                                                                         Energy and Sustainability Coordinator,
       UC Santa Barbara                                                  UC Santa Barbara
       Mo Lovegreen serves on the Campus Planning Committee              Mr. Schauland works on LEEDTM for Existing Buildings, the
       Subcommittee on Sustainability, as well as the committees         California Climate Action Registry, and energy conservation
       for the water, energy, waste, and procurement components of       projects. He holds Bachelor’s degree in Geography and
       the Campus Sustainability Plan. Mo is the founder of UCSB’s       Environmental Science from UCSB. As a student, he worked
       Virtual Office of Sustainability. Mo was the Assistant Dean for   for the Green Campus Program and received a Best Practices
       Planning and Administration at the Donald Bren School of          Award at the 2006 UC/CSU Sustainability Conference for
       Environmental Science & Management and was responsible            student-led energy efficiency projects.


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Matthew St.Clair                                                in Geography from San Diego State University, and a BA in
LEED AP, Sustainability Manager,
      TM                                                        Political Science from UC San Diego.
UC Office of the President
                                                                Steve M. Wiesenthal
Mr. St.Clair is a founding member of the Board of Directors     AIA, campus architect, Associate Vice Chancellor, Capital
for the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in
                                                                Programs and Facilities Management, UC San Francisco
Higher Education. Mr. St.Clair has worked on international
campaigns for Friends of the Earth Czech Republic and on        Mr. Wiesenthal oversees design and construction process
renewable energy policy research at the Lawrence Berkeley       for all capital projects, as well as the ongoing activities
National Laboratory. He also serves on the Chancellor’s         of the UCSF multiple-sites campus. He also serves as the
Advisory Committees on Sustainability at UC Berkeley,           project director for the new UCSF Mission Bay campus. Mr.
UC San Francisco, and UC Santa Cruz. He has an MA               Wiesenthal was the Associate Vice President for Architecture
in Environmental Policy from UC Berkeley and a BA in            and Facilities Management at the University of Pennsylvania
economics from Swarthmore College.                              Medical Center for nine years. He has managed and designed
                                                                projects for Dartmouth College, UCLA, Penn, and Harvard. Mr.
Leif H. Skogberg                                                Wiesenthal holds an MA from the University of Pennsylvania,
                                                                a BA in urban studies, and a B.Arch from the University of
Recycling Technician, City of Santa Barbara                     Maryland. He is a registered architect.
Leif co-founded & chaired the Student Sustainability
Coalition at Santa Barbara City College and facilitated         Marcia Aurora Winslade
numerous green campus initiatives. Leif is a Certified Green    Sustainability Coordinator, Physical Plant,
Gardener, an experienced natural builder and holds degrees      UC Santa Cruz
in Liberal Arts and Environmental Horticulture Science. Leif
                                                                Aurora is currently the Sustainability Coordinator with the
currently works with the City of Santa Barbara as a Recycling
                                                                Physical Plant for UC Santa Cruz, where she graduated with
Technician in Environmental Services and with Santa             Highest Honors in 2006. As a student, she helped pass a bal-
Barbara City College as the Sustainability Coordinator in the   lot measure for annual funding for campus sustainability
newly formed Center for Sustainability.                         projects, initiated the Campus Sustainability Subcommittee,
                                                                and co-founded the award winning Education for Sustainable
Bruce Tiffney                                                   Living Program. She is a former leader of the California Stu-
Ph.D., Dean of College of Creative Studies,                     dent Sustainability Coalition and served as an advisor to the
UC Santa Barbara                                                National Wildlife Federation’s Campus Ecology Program.
Bruce obtained a BA in Geology from Boston University
in 1971 and a Ph.D. in Botany from Harvard in 1977.
After teaching Biology at Yale University for nine years, he
moved to UCSB in 1986 where he is currently a Professor of
Paleobiology and Dean of the College of Creative Studies.
His research involves the evolution of terrestrial plant          Eco Fact:
communities.                                                      IN THE BRAzILIAN AMAzON, A TOTAL OF 16.5%
Judy Walton                                                       OF THE FOREST (230,000 SqUARE MILES, AN
Director of Strategic Initiatives, Association for the
                                                                  AREA NEARLY THE SIzE OF TExAS) WAS AFFECTED
Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education
(AASHE)                                                           BY DEFORESTATION BY 1988.
Ms. Walton was a founder and Executive Director of
Education for Sustainability Western Network, which became
AASHE in 2005. She has had a long standing interest in
sustainability, reflected in both academic sustainability
efforts at Humboldt State University and her green building
consultancy work in Washington State in the mid-1990s. Judy
holds a Ph.D. in Geography from Syracuse University, a MA


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   Pro c u re m e n t Tr a c k



       Procurement                                                       A Vehicle for Sustainability; Electronic
                                                                         Procurement
       Track                                                             Monday, June 25th
                                                                         4:15pm–5:45pm
       Breaking Down the Silos; Collaboration,                           UCen Flying A Room
       Communication, and Commitment                                     Electronic, paperless purchasing is the future of procurement
                                                                         at the University of California. e-Procurement provides
       Monday, June 25th
                                                                         advanced technology for data collection, analysis and storage.
       10:45am –12:15pm                                                  Electronic supplier catalogs are at our fingertips, keeping
       UCen Flying A Room                                                pricing and stock availability in real time and can be utilized
       Sustainability requires an integrated approach to the way we      to promote changes in buying patterns as well as encouraging
       work and can often alter the way we perform our everyday          users to purchase environmentally preferred products. Hear
       tasks. Such efforts in the University environment require         what the University of California is doing with e-Procurement
       commitment at all levels of the organization. By breaking         as a business model that supports sustainable practices on
       down the “silos,” we are creating bridges between UC              many levels.
       departments that can help us make effective communication
       and collaboration easier. Several case studies will share their   Speakers:
       experiences, and their successes working within a large and       Linda Collins, Director, Procurement and Contract Services,
                                                                         UC San Diego
       complex organization.
                                                                         Janice King, Purchasing Manager, UC Davis
       Speakers:                                                         Haggai Hisgilov, Executive Director, Strategic Sourcing,
       Scott MacKenzie, Sustainability Coordinator, Purchasing           UC Office of the President
       Department, UC Santa Barbara
                                                                         Moderator:
       Paige Macias, Associate Vice Chancellor, Administrative and
       Business Services, UC Irvine                                      Lila Mauro, Director, Business Services, UC Berkeley
       Lesley Clark, Commodity Manager, Strategic Sourcing,
       UC Office of the President                                        Cradle to Cradle: Effective Strategies
       Moderator:                                                        for Electronic Waste
       Mo Lovegreen, LEEDTM AP, Executive Officer, Geography,            Tuesday, June 26th
       UC Santa Barbara
                                                                         8:30am–10:00am
       Purchasing Toward LEEDTM;                                         Buchanan 1920
       Green Building and Toxics Reduction                               Electronic waste requires us to evaluate the processes we
       Monday, June 25th                                                 have in place to handle these goods. e-Waste provides us
                                                                         with an opportunity to shift toward a more sustainable
       2:00pm–3:30pm
                                                                         model of operation, incorporating revised purchasing
       UCen Flying A Room                                                guidelines and methods to encourage UC suppliers to use
       Leading experts on environmentally preferable purchasing          more environmentally preferable materials. Requirements for
       will share the latest information on multi-attribute evaluation   re-use, sharing, re-manufacturing and responsible recycling
       of products and building materials. Experts will discuss the      programs encourage appropriate management of products
       latest priorities in polices and purchasing practices to reduce   we no longer use.
       toxics in products. Topics include: green building materials
       and product specification priorities, product directories,        Speakers:
       and third party certification resources. Direct UC experience     Sue Chiang, Director, Pollution Prevention Program, Center for
                                                                         Environmental Health
       working with procurement officials on a successful LEED™ CI
                                                                         Cathy O’Sullivan, System-wide IT Contracts, UC Office of the
       project will close the session with practical experience.         President
       Speakers:                                                         Candice Carr Kelman, Student, Planning, Policy and Design,
       Toni Stein, Ph.D. , Air Pollution Research Specialist,            UC Irvine
       Health Services, State of California                              Moderator:
       Alicia Culver, Executive Director, EnviroSpec, Inc.               Lin King, Program Manager, R4 Recycling Program, UC Davis
       Moderator:
       Saskia van Gendt, Region 9, Environmental Protection Agency



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Joint Session with Food Systems Track:                            preferable purchasing for electronic devices that helps to
                                                                  address the range of lifecycle impacts of the products. She
Distribution and Sustainable Purchasing
                                                                  serves on the Board of Advisors for EPEAT (the Electronic
Practices within Food Services                                    Product Environmental Assessment Tool) and has completed
Tuesday, June 26th                                                a double-master’s program at U.C. Berkeley’s Goldman School
1:45pm–3:15pm                                                     of Public Policy and the Graduate School of Public Health.
UCen Flying A Room
                                                                  Lesley Clark
Establishing sustainable purchasing guidelines and an
efficient distribution network for your campus dining service     Commodity Manager, UC Office of the President
needs can be a formidable challenge. Come prepared to learn       California’s Office of the President. Her UC career began in the
how dining service programs are sourcing from local and           Chancellor’s Office at UCB. Prior to UC, Lesley had a career
sustainable producers and climbing the hurdles to achieve         as an executive in buying and store management for Macy’s
innovative partnerships. In addition examples of steps toward     and Mervyn’s. She has a bachelor’s degree in Design from
sourcing biodegradable cutlery, tableware, and other non-         UC Davis and an MBA in Marketing. Lesley serves on the
food items in dining services will be examined.                   State’s EPP Task Force and chairs the Sustainable Purchasing
Speakers:                                                         Working Group which drafted the procurement section of the
Anya Fernald, Program Director, Community Alliance with
                                                                  University’s Policy on Sustainable Practices.
Family Farmers (CAFF)
Scott B. Berlin, Director of Dining and Hospitality Services,     Linda Collins
UC Santa Cruz                                                     Director, Procurement and Contract Services,
Dina Izzo, Marketing Coordinator, Agriculture and Land Based      UC San Diego
Training Association (ALBA)
                                                                  Linda is responsible for Purchasing Services, Strategic
Moderator:
                                                                  Sourcing, Small Business and Business Contracts roles. Linda
Tim Galarneau, Advisor, UC Sustainable Foods Campaign,
Foods Systems Working Group, UC Santa Cruz                        is involved in procurement re-engineering, e-commerce,
                                                                  spend analysis and strategic sourcing initiatives. She has
                                                                  been involved in the development of numerous procurement
Biographies:                                                      process applications throughout her career and is closely
                                                                  aligned with development strategies that address cutting
Scott B. Berlin                                                   edge technology. She is a past President for the NAEP Pacific
Director of Dining and Hospitality Services,                      Region and is active on many NAEP committees.
UC Santa Cruz
Mr. Berlin transitioned the dining department from 40 years       Anya Fernald
of contract management to a self-operated entity. He works        Program Director, Community Alliance with Family
in Residential Dining, Retail Operations, Catering, Bakery,       Farmers (CAFF)
Commissary, Vending, and Conference Services. Active in           Ms. Fernald brings five years of international experience
NACUFS for the last 20 years, he is the current Pacific Region    to CAFF, directing three primary projects: Farm-to-School
President-Elect. Additionally, he is a Board of Director          (F2S), the Growers Collaborative, and Buy Fresh Buy Local
Member for the California Restaurant Association-Santa Cruz       (BFBL). Anya was Program Director for the Slow Food
Chapter and serves on various UC Office of the President          Foundation for five years. She also co-authored a book Food,
Committees.                                                       Culture, Community. Before joining Slow Food, she worked in
                                                                  Southeastern Sicily for the Consorzio Ricerca Filiera Lattiero
Sue Chiang
                                                                  Casearia. After graduating from Wesleyan University, she was
Director, Pollution Prevention Program,                           awarded a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship.
Center for Environmental Health
As the primary liaison between the Computer TakeBack
and Health Care Without Harm Campaigns, Sue Chiang                 Eco Fact:
assists institutional purchasers with contracting for the
                                                                   EVERY 5MPH YOU DRIVE OVER 60, YOU’RE PAYING
procurement and proper management of environmentally
responsible electronics. She assists hospitals and large health    ABOUT AN ADDITIONAL 30 CENTS PER GALLON.
care purchasing groups to implement environmentally


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       Tim Galarneau                                                     Janice King
       Advisor, UC Sustainable Foods Campaign, Foods Systems             Purchasing Manager, UC Davis
       Working Group, UC Santa Cruz                                      Janice King is the Purchasing Manager for UC Davis and
       Tim Galarneau is a recent alumnus of UCSC. He double              has nearly 30 years of public procurement experience
       majored in Intensive Psychology and Community Studies with        with the University of California and State of California. In
       an emphasis in Agroecology and Social Justice. Mr. Galarneau      addition to her purchasing responsibilities, Janice serves as
       served as Campaign Coordinator of Students for Organic            chairperson for the UCD Materiel Management Sustainability
       Solutions, chaired the Student Environmental Center, and was      Subcommittee, a cross-divisional team that seeks to improve
       a founder of the Campus Sustainability Council. Tim served as     campus sustainability in purchasing, material management,
       the coordinator for the Food Systems Working Group at UCSC,       custodial services, food service, recycling and waste diversion.
       as well as being statewide CSSC advisor for UC Sustainable
       Food Systems.                                                     Lin King
                                                                         Program Manager, R4 Recycling Program, UC Davis
       Haggai Hisgilov                                                   Lin completed his BS from UC Davis in Environmental
       Executive Director, Strategic Sourcing,                           Science and his master’s at Fresno State, focusing on
       UC Office of the President                                        evaluating and reporting the status of recycling programs at
       Haggai Hisgilov has over 18 years of experience in Strategic      all the CSU’s and became the first graduate student recycling
       Sourcing and Supply Chain Management with a Fortune 500           coordinator at Fullerton. Lin has managed the R4 recycling
       company and the University of California. Prior to that he        program at UC Davis for over ten years and served as Vice
       worked as a Financial Analyst for the Israeli Defense Industry.   President on the California Resource Recovery Association
       Preceding his current position, he designed a strategic           Board and as Chair of the California Collegiate Recycling
       sourcing program at UCLA. He also developed a strategic           Council.
       sourcing infrastructure at First Interstate Bank. Haggai earned
       a BA in Economics and Statistics from Hebrew University in        Mo Lovegreen
       Jerusalem, Israel.                                                LEEDTM AP, Executive Officer, Geography,
                                                                         UC Santa Barbara
       Dina Izzo                                                         Mo Lovegreen serves on the Campus Planning Committee
       Marketing Coordinator, Agriculture and Land Based                 Subcommittee on Sustainability, as well as the committees
       Training Association (ALBA)                                       for the water, energy, waste, and procurement components of
       Dina Izzo has 26 years experience in both wholesale and retail    the Campus Sustainability Plan. Mo is the founder of UCSB’s
       produce. She is the Marketing Coordinator for The Agriculture     Virtual Office of Sustainability. Mo was the Assistant Dean for
       and Land Based Training Association (ALBA). Her work              Planning and Administration at the Donald Bren School of
       includes marketing and post-harvest education for small           Environmental Science & Management and was responsible
       immigrant farmers growing sustainably on ALBA’s two farms         for the “greening” of Bren Hall, which achieved the U.S. Green
       in the Central Coast of California. She is the director of ALBA   Building Council’s LEEDTM Platinum rating. Mo was awarded
       Organics, the distribution company that brings these farmers’     the Sustainability Champion award at last year’s conference.
       produce to hospitals, elementary schools, UCSC and Stanford
       University.                                                       Paige Macias
                                                                         Associate Vice Chancellor, Administrative and
       Candice Carr Kelman                                               Business Services, UC Irvine
       Student, Planning, Policy and Design, UC Irvine                   Ms. Macias provides leadership and management for core
       Candice’s doctoral work specializes in Environmental Policy.      administrative functions at UC Irvine. Paige was the Assistant
       Over the past year, Candice has been working with UCI             Vice Chancellor for Facilities Management. She has previously
       Facilities Management and several student interns, collecting     served as the Budget Officer for Administrative & Business
       data and writing the UCI Sustainability Report. Released          Services, as Management Services Officer in Administrative
       this month, the Report will contribute to the completion her      Computing Services and in the Department of Medicine. Ms.
       master’s degree in Social Ecology.                                Macias received a BA in Psychology from UCI and a MS in
                                                                         Administration from the UCI Paul Merage School of Business.




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Scott MacKenzie                                                   Waste Reduction and
Sustainability Coordinator, Purchasing Department,
UC Santa Barbara                                                  Recycling Track
Mr. MacKenzie developed a sustainability program
for purchasing and business services that has become              Best Practice Sessions in Construction
institutionalized at UC Santa Barbara and on a UC system-
wide basis. He participated in a number of UC system-
                                                                  and Demolition Waste
wide strategic sourcing initiatives, multiple sustainability      Monday, June 25th, 2007
committees and through the Office of the President, and has       10:45am–12:15pm
contributed significantly to the drafting of sustainability       UCen State Street Room
policies for the entire UC system. Scott will be leaving UCSB     Focus on real life efforts diverting construction and
in July to begin graduate studies at Columbia University.         demolition debris from projects at UC Davis and CSU Long
                                                                  Beach. Students and staff at UC Davis assist contractors
Lila Mauro                                                        conducting waste and recycling assessments, project
Director, Business Services, UC Berkeley                          managers and architects with specifications and reporting,
                                                                  and waste/recycling haulers. Highlighted are the successful
Lila Mauro has been with UC Berkeley for almost 3 years           C&D diversion for UCD’s new football stadium and CSULB,
and is currently the Director of Business Services for the        which requires documented proof that contractors recycle
Berkeley Campus. Responsibility areas include Procurement         construction and demolition materials. Additionally, the
Services, Business Contracts, and Property Management.            session will share programs the university offers recycling
Before coming to Berkeley, she was a supply chain manager at      services to help contractors divert materials, providing both
Agilent Technologies. Lila received her B.A. in Liberal Studies   parties financial benefits.
from Humboldt State University and her M.B.A. from the
                                                                  Speakers:
University of New Mexico; she carries the industry credential
                                                                  Lin King, Program Manager, R4 Recycling Program, UC Davis
of Certified Purchasing Manager (C.P.M.).
                                                                  Jon Root, Manager, Integrated Waste Management & Moving
                                                                  Services, CSU Long Beach
Saskia van Gendt
                                                                  Moderator:
Region 9, Environmental Protection Agency                         Lisa Bauer, Manager, Campus Recycling and Refuse Services,
Saskia works for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency         UC Berkeley
Region 9 Office in San Francisco covering California, Arizona,
Nevada, Hawaii, and the Pacific Islands. She works on green       Joint Session with the Food Track:
building, environmentally preferable purchasing, and              Food Services and Waste Reduction
resource conservation initiatives. Saskia received her MA         Monday, June 25th
in Industrial Ecology from a joint Leiden, Delft Technical        4:15pm–5:45pm
and Erasmus University program in the Netherlands, and            UCen Harbor Room
holds an Environmental Science degree from Northwestern
                                                                  Composting and waste reduction can lead to effective
University.
                                                                  solutions and cost savings. In this session, large institutional
                                                                  options & and sharing of implemented designs for waste
                                                                  management will be discussed. Topics will also cover the
                                                                  latest technologies with in-vessel composting systems,
 Eco Fact:                                                        pulping machines, recycling initiatives, biodegradable cutlery,
                                                                  and much more.
 MUCH OF OUR ELECTRONIC WASTE GETS SHIPPED                        Speakers:
                                                                  James Boushka, Dining Services, UC Davis
 TO DEVELOPING COUNTRIES SO THAT THEY CAN
                                                                  Candy Berlin, Dining & Facilities Program Coordinator,
 SUFFER THE LEACHING TOxINS WHILE TRYING TO                       UC Santa Cruz
                                                                  Max Kee, Associated Students Recycling Program, Student,
 RECOVER REUSABLE MATERIALS FROM IT.                              CSU Chico
                                                                  Moderator:
                                                                  Tim Galarneau, Advisor, UC Sustainable Foods Campaign,
                                                                  Foods Systems Working Group, UC Santa Cruz



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       Best Practices in Waste Reduction and                               incorporating best practice solutions for sustainable food
       Recycling; Moving Towards Zero Waste                                system initiatives on campus. He received a BS in Business
                                                                           Administration fand a BA degree in Philosophy from the
       Tuesday, June 26th                                                  University of Phoenix.
       1:45pm–3:15pm
       UCen State Street Room                                              Madeline Brodie
       The University of California has recently joined the many oth-      Recycling Program Coordinator, Santa Monica College
       er sustainability leaders in establishing a zero waste goal for     Madeline Brodie has been the Recycling Program Coordinator
       2020. A panel from UC, CSU, and CA Community Colleges will          at Santa Monica College since February 4, 2002. Her
       present some of their best practices from their campuses and
                                                                           education in the field of sustainability has been “on-the-
       discuss how they are striving for a zero waste campus.
                                                                           job” training. She runs the extensive recycling program at
       Speakers:                                                           Santa Monica College with a staff of student workers. She is
       Christa Jones, zero Waste Coordinator, R4 Recycling Program,        currently attending courses in Environmental Management
       UC Davis
                                                                           through UCLA Extension and completing an on-line course
       Erin McNichol, Student, U.S. History and International
       Relations, UC Davis
                                                                           in Environmental Conservation through Indiana University.
       Mike Carey, Recycling Coordinator, Orange Coast College
                                                                           Madeline has served on the board of CCRC since 2003.
       Delma Munoz, Custodial and Waste Management Operations,
       CSU San Francisco                                                   Mike Carey
       Moderator:                                                          Recycling Coordinator, Orange Coast College
       Madeline Brodie, Recycling Program Coordinator, Santa               Mike Carey has been the Recycling Coordinator for one of
       Monica College                                                      the nation’s oldest collegiate recycling programs for the past
                                                                           22 years. Orange Coast College Recycling also manages all
       Biographies:                                                        solid waste and surplus property for the college. Mike is
                                                                           an alumnus of Orange Coast College, as well as a former
       Lisa Bauer                                                          California Resource Recovery Association board member, and
       Manager, Campus Recycling and Refuse Services,                      has served on the California Collegiate Recycling Council.
       UC Berkeley
       Lisa Bauer has been involved in the recycling and solid waste       Tim Galarneau
       field for the last 18 years, and in sustainability activities for   Advisor, UC Sustainable Foods Campaign, Foods Systems
       the last 6 years. She has been the Campus Recycling and             Working Group, UC Santa Cruz
       Refuse Manager at UC Berkeley for the last 10 years, and
                                                                           Tim Galarneau is a recent alumna of UCSC. He double
       in addition to her day job, has co-chaired the Chancellor’s
                                                                           majored in Intensive Psychology and Community Studies—
       Advisory Committee on Sustainability and co-teaches several
                                                                           with an emphasis in Agroecology and Social Justice. Mr.
       classes each year on environmental sustainability.
                                                                           Galarneau served as Campaign Coordinator of Students for
       Candy Berlin                                                        Organic Solutions, chaired the Student Environmental Center,
       Dining & Facilities Program Coordinator, UC Santa Cruz              and was a founder of the Campus Sustainability Council.
                                                                           Tim served as the coordinator for the Food Systems Working
       Candy has worked in the college dining sector for 14 years.         Group at UCSC, as well as being statewide CSSC advisor for
       She has been working with various student programs                  UC Sustainable Food Systems.
       on campus, with a strong focus on sustainability. Her
       experience in operations has been beneficial in implementing        Christa Jones
       collaborative programs which highlight organics, waste
       reduction, green business applications, and other campus            Zero Waste Coordinator, R4 Recycling Program, UC Davis
       initiatives within dining services.                                 Christa Jones is the zero waste coordinator of the R4 Recycling
                                                                           Program, the Academic Peer Advisor for the Environmental
       James Boushka
                                                                           Science and Policy Department and the Environmental
       Dining Services, UC Davis                                           Science and Policy Club President. Majoring in Environmental
       James has worked in UC Davis dining services for two years.         Policy Analysis and Planning, she is very interested in many
       Working with a collaborative team of operators, managers,           aspects of sustainability including environmental planning,
       and dieticians, he has been integral in communicating and           transportation, and waste reduction and recycling.


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Lin King                                                           Student Affairs
Program Manager, R4 Recycling Program, UC Davis
Lin completed his BS from UC Davis in Environmental
                                                                   Track
Science. He then completed his masters at Fresno State,
focusing on evaluating and reporting the status of recycling
programs at all the California State Universities and became
                                                                   Student Government
the first graduate student recycling coordinator at Fullerton.     Monday, June 25th
Lin has managed the R4 recycling program at UC Davis for           2:00pm–3:30pm
over ten years and served as Vice President on the California      UCen State Street Room
Resource Recovery Association Board and as Chair of the            Leading examples of student government and auxiliary
California Collegiate Recycling Council.                           sustainability initiatives include Chico State’s student-fee
Erin McNichol                                                      funded sustainability fund and Sustainability Coordinator
                                                                   position, UC Berkeley Grad Assembly’s Sustainability
Student, U.S. History and International Relations,                 Committee and its efforts to institutionalize sustainable
UC Davis                                                           practices in the operations of the GA and all graduate student
Erin is in her second year at the University of California Davis   groups, and Butte Community College’s Sustainability
with double major in U.S. History and International Relations      Resource Center, Green-Design Internet café and influence
and a minor in Environmental Policy Analysis and Planning.         in institutionalizing sustainability into the campus’ strategic
She first started working at the R4 Recycling Program her          plan and operations . Student governments also manage
freshmen year and throughout this past year has been               significant space on campus including retail and food
working to implement the campus’ zero waste goal.                  vendors, and the ASUCLA Auxiliary will present its plans to
                                                                   apply sustainability practices in these areas.
Delma Munoz
                                                                   Speakers:
Custodial and Waste Management Operations,                         Roy Champaway, Director, Student Union, UC Los Angeles
CSU San Francisco                                                  Becca Jones, Student, Materials Science, UC Berkeley
Delma has worked for 21 years at SF State in custodial and         Courtney Voss, Alumna, CSU Chico
waste management operations. She helped coordinate General         Chuck Rogers, Environmental Advisor, Associated Students at
Fund, Housing, and Student Center waste management                 Butte College
programs for a current campus-wide annual diversion rate           Moderator:
of 65 percent. In addition to streamlining collection and          Ben Allen, Student, Boalt Hall School of Law, UC Berkeley
transportation, her team’s comprehensive revision procedures
and equipment was recognized in 2006 by a Governor’s               Residential Life and First Year
Employee Safety Award.                                             Experience
Jon Root                                                           Tuesday, June 26th
Manager, Integrated Waste Management & Moving                      8:30am–10:00am
Services, CSU Long Beach                                           UCen State Street Room
Jon Root is the Manager of Integrated Waste Management &           Students’ enthusiasm, curiosity, and desire to start a new
Moving Services at California State University, Long Beach.        stage in their lives during their first year of college holds
He has worked at the university since November 2001 and is         out the promise that we can engage them in issues of
responsible for managing waste diversion programs to meet          sustainability. Presenters will include CSU Chico’s Hall Council
the requirements of AB75: 50 percent diversion of solid waste      Environmental Ambassadors Program, which engages
from state facilities by 2004.                                     residents in environmental programming and Environmental
                                                                   Affairs Board which successfully recruits and increases
  Eco Fact:                                                        awareness of over 30 incoming freshman per week using
                                                                   workshops integrated into bi-weekly summer orientation
  IN 2005, PLASTICS ACCOUNTED FOR ABOUT 12%                        programs.
  OF THE TRASH GENERATED BY AMERICANS, AND                         Speakers:
                                                                   Laura Moreno, Student, Microbial Biology, Conservation and
  ABOUT A THIRD OF IT WAS RECYCLED.                                Resource Studies, UC Berkeley



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       Robert Oehler, Director, Housing, Operations, Maintenance        Ben Allen
       and Environment, UC Berkeley
                                                                        Student, Boalt Hall School of Law, UC Berkeley
       Dan Alexander, Director, University Affairs, Associated
       Students, Student, CSU Chico                                     Ben received his BA, magna cum laude, in history from
       Mark Stemen, Ph.D., Coordinator of the Environmental Studies     Harvard University and his MA in Latin American Studies
       Program, CSU Chico                                               from Cambridge University. Mr. Allen worked on development
       Abby Horn, Co-Chair, Associated Students Environmental           projects in Latin America for the National Democratic Institute
       Affairs Board, Student, Physics, College of Creative Studies,    for International Affairs, as a community organizer for LA
       UC Santa Barbara                                                 Unified School District, and then as Communications Director
       Moderator:                                                       for Congressman José Serrano. In the summer of 2006, he
       Valery Oehler, Associate Director, Campus Life,                  was a judicial clerk at the International Criminal Tribunal for
       UC Office of the President                                       Rwanda in Africa. He is a Senior Fellow with the international
                                                                        human rights organization Humanity In Action, and he
       Fee Referendum                                                   volunteers at the La Raza Workers’ Rights Clinic in Oakland.
       Tuesday, June 26th                                               Mr. Allen was appointed in July 2006 by The Regents to serve as
                                                                        the student Regent for a one-year term beginning July 1, 2007.
       1:45pm–3:15pm
       UCen Harbor Room                                                 Tommaso Boggia
       Students throughout the country are passing student fee          Green Campus Program Coordinator, Student,
       referendums to support campus sustainability programs and        Sociology, UC Santa Cruz
       renewable energy credits. Santa Cruz, CSU Chico, and UC
       Santa Barbara will share how they campaigned for and are         Tommaso Boggia has recently completed his undergraduate
       operating student-funded green initiatives on their campus.      degree in Sociology at UC Santa Cruz. Tommaso took
       They will share their successes and struggles in determining     leadership roles in many organizations to bring attention and
       how funding is allocated and who manages the fund.               to find solutions to the climate crisis. Through the California
                                                                        Public Interest Research Group he lead the campaign that
       Speakers:                                                        made UCSC the 6th largest university purchaser of renewable
       Nina Salvador, Chair, The UCSB Green Initiative Fund (TGIF),     energy in the nation. Tommaso also worked with the Green
       Student, Environmental Studies, UC Santa Barbara                 Campus Program and taught a class through the Education
       Todd Lee, Associate Chancellor, Budget & Planning,               for Sustainable Living Program about climate change and
       UC Santa Barbara
                                                                        energy efficiency.
       Marcia Aurora Winslade, Sustainability Coordinator, Physical
       Plant, UC Santa Cruz
                                                                        Todd Lee
       Tommaso Boggia, Green Campus Program Coordinator,
       Student, Sociology, UC Santa Cruz                                Associate Chancellor, Budget & Planning,
       Amy Miller, Sustainability Coordinator, Associated Students,     UC Santa Barbara
       CSU, Chico
       Alex Hofmann, AURUM Consulting Engineers
                                                                        Todd has been with the University of California Santa Barbara
                                                                        for 19 years. He is the Budget Director and is responsible for
       Moderator:                                                       Real Estate, Capital Development, Institutional Research and
       Jennifer Reimer, Student Trustee, CSU Board of Trustees,         Budget & Planning. He is the Chair of the Campus Planning
       Student, Business Administration, Clarinet Performance, Fresno
       State
                                                                        Committee and of the Internal Recharge Committee, and
                                                                        serves on the Grant Making Committee for The Green
                                                                        Initiative Fund.
       Biographies:
                                                                        Roy Champaway
       Daniel Alexander
                                                                        Director, Student Union, UC Los Angeles
       Director, University Affairs, Associated Students,
                                                                        Roy has worked for Associated Students UCLA for twenty
       Student, CSU Chico                                               five years. As Associate Director of Food Service, Roy worked
       Daniel is a third year student at CSU Chico. He started out      with student groups on issues such as Fair Trade Coffee.
       as an Environmental Ambassador for one of the residence          As Director of the Student Union, Roy is the lead for the
       halls. Daniel then moved on to run the Environmental             Association’s sustainability efforts, working in conjunction
       Ambassadors the following year. Currently he is The Director     with other campus entities and groups.
       of University Affairs for the Associated Students of Chico.


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Becca Jones                                                      Resource Studies. She has been involved with the Residential
Student, Materials Science, UC Berkeley                          Sustainability Education Coordinator (RSEC) Program for 3
                                                                 years, coordinating a peer-to-peer education program that
Becca Jones is a fourth-year graduate student in the             focuses on incorporating sustainability into students’ lives.
Department of Materials Science and Engineering at UC            She is also a member of the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee
Berkeley focusing on new materials for solar cells. Becca        on Sustainability.
helped to start several environmental organizations at
Berkeley, including Students for a Greener Berkeley, the         Robert Oehler
Environmental Sustainability Committee of the Graduate
Assembly, and the Steering Committee for The Green               Director, Housing, Operations, Maintenance and
Initiative Fund referendum.                                      Environment, UC Berkeley
                                                                 Robert Oehler is the Director of Housing Operations
Alex Hofmann                                                     Maintenance and Environment responsible for all housing
AURUM Consulting Engineers                                       facilities and operations at UC Berkeley. He currently serves
Alex is the co-founder of the award winning CSU Monterey         on the UC Berkeley Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on
Bay Energy Innovations Fund. He was a former UC/CSU/IOU          Sustainability, the UC Berkeley RSSP, Green Committee and
plenary award ceremony speaker and co-director of the            is a sponsor for Residential Sustainability Education (RSEC)
14,000 student RenewCSU sustainability campaign. He is           program. He was formerly a co-sustainability coordinator at
currently working at AURUM Consulting Engineers.                 UC Merced and is LEEDTM trained in New Construction (NC)
                                                                 and Existing Buildings (EB).
Abby Horn
Co-Chair, Associated Students Environmental Affairs              Valery Oehler
Board, Student, Physics, College of Creative Studies,            Associate Director, Campus Life,
UC Santa Barbara                                                 UC Office of the President
Through the Environmental Affairs Board, Abby helped to          Valery Oehler is the Associate Director for Campus Life at the
gather student support around initiatives such as TGIF and IV    UC Office of the President. Previous to moving to the system-
Recycling. Abby has worked to build a strong and supportive      wide headquarters, Valery served as the founding Executive
student movement around environmentalism on campus in            Director for Residence and Student Life at UC Merced (4
collaboration with her Co-chair, Ryan Andersen. In addition      years) and prior to that was the founding Director of Arroyo
to her activism on campus, Abby has worked in a nano-            Vista Housing at UC Irvine (9 years).
technology lab on campus researching solar cell design and
will be graduating this summer with a degree in physics with     Jennifer Reimer
honors.                                                          Student Trustee, CSU Board of Trustees, Student, Business
                                                                 Administration, Clarinet Performance, Fresno State
Amy Miller
                                                                 Jennifer Reimer currently serves as a Student Trustee for the
Sustainability Coordinator, Associated Students,                 California State University Board of Trustees. She is a student
CSU Chico                                                        at Fresno State in the programs of Master’s of Business
Ms. Miller’s position and the program associated with it         Administration and Master’s of Arts in clarinet performance.
were made possible by a fee referendum passed during the         She has served as president for the University’s Associated
spring 2006 student elections. Her background includes           Students (2005-06) and as chair of the Board of Directors for
hands-on and management experience in sustainable                the California State Student Association (2005-06).
agriculture, community organizing, holistic health, and social
entrepreneurship. She received her BA in Environmental           Chuck Rogers
Science from Dartmouth College.                                  Environmental Advisor, Associated Students, Butte College
Laura Moreno                                                     Mr. Rogers is the President of the Student Alliance for
                                                                 Sustainability which is an on-campus student club. He also
Student, Microbial Biology, Conservation and Resource            sits on the Sustainability Steering Committee for Butte
Studies, UC Berkeley                                             College. Chuck is currently the Senator at Large for the
Laura Moreno is a third year student at UC Berkeley and is       Student Senate of California Community Colleges working on
double majoring in Microbial Biology and Conservation and        state issues that deal with Environmental policy.


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       Nina Salvador                                                      Transportation
       Chair, The UCSB Green Initiative Fund (TGIF), Student,
       Environmental Studies, UC Santa Barbara                            Track
       In addition to chairing TGIF, Nina Salvador is currently Public-
       ity and Campus Affairs Chair for the Environmental Affairs
       Board, and an organizer for this conference charged with mov-      Marketing Sustainable Transportation
       ing us towards zero waste, and for coordinating the student        Monday, June 25th
       convergence. Nina has worked with Santa Barbara County on          10:45am–12:15pm
       the implementation of Green Business Program, restored habi-       Bren Hall 1414
       tat under the Audubon Society at Coal Oil Point Reserve, and
       currently manages a vermicomposting system at the Newman           Marketing is an important component of a successful
       Student Housing Cooperative. She plans to study policy as an       sustainable transportation program. This session will present
       intern at the UC Center in Sacramento this summer.                 information about the effectiveness of various marketing
                                                                          strategies in changing commute behavior and creating an
       Mark Stemen                                                        alternative transportation culture on campus.
       Ph.D., Coordinator, Environmental Studies Program,                 Speakers:
       CSU Chico                                                          Brodie Hamilton, Director, Parking and Transportation Services,
                                                                          Stanford University
       Dr. Stemen is the Coordinator of the Environmental Studies
                                                                          Andy Chow, Commute Specialist, San Jose State University
       Program at CSU Chico. He teaches environmental sustain-
                                                                          Brian d’Autremont, Director, Transportation, UC San Diego
       ability and recently received a grant from the EPA to partner      State University
       students and community members on renewable energy
       projects. He is the Chair of the Campus Arboretum Commit-          Moderator:
       tee, advisor to seven student groups at CSU Chico, and faculty     Winifred Kwofie, Project Manager, Facilities Planning and
                                                                          Construction, City College of San Francisco
       mentor to the new Sustainability House in the residence halls.
       Mark received his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa.
                                                                          Advanced Fuels Panel
       Courtney Voss                                                      Monday, June 25th
       Alumni, CSU Chico                                                  2:00 pm –3:30pm
       Courtney Voss is a recent political science graduate of CSU        Bren Hall 1414
       Chico, was the Associated Students (AS) Commissioner of            California has set high goals for reducing our dependence
       Environmental Affairs and the AS President. She helped to          on liquid petroleum as well as CO2. As higher education
       coordinate conferences such as This Way to Sustainability, and
                                                                          institutions, we play several roles: researching fuels of the
       wrote and passed a student fee referendum for an AS Sustain-
                                                                          future, making fuel choices today for our fleets, and educating
       ability Program and an auxiliary version of the President’s
                                                                          students in all aspects of fuels. Experts will facilitate a
       Climate Commitment. She was accepted to the California
                                                                          roundtable discussion of fuel choices for today as well as
       Senate Fellowship Program and will be completing a Masters
       in Public Policy and Administration. This summer she is            looking ahead to future options.
       working with the Energy Action Coalition in Washington DC.         Speakers:
                                                                          Randall von Wedel, PhD, Ph.D., Founder, Principal Biochemist,
       Marcia Aurora Winslade                                             BioSolar Group/CytoCulture International, Inc.
       Sustainability Coordinator, Physical Plant,                        Peter F. Ward, Policy Advisor to the Vice Chair and
                                                                          Commissioner, California Energy Commission
       UC Santa Cruz
                                                                          Richard Bettendorf, Dean of Instruction, School of Technical
       Aurora is currently the Sustainability Coordinator with the        Careers, San Diego Miramar College
       Physical Plant for UC Santa Cruz, where she graduated with         Marc Melaina, Ph.D., Project Scientist, Institute of
       Highest Honors in 2006. As a student, she helped pass a            Transportation Studies, UC Davis
       ballot measure for annual funding for campus sustainability        Moderator:
       projects, initiated the Campus Sustainability Subcommittee,        Arjun Sarkar, Fleet Technician /Alternative fuels,
       and co-founded the award winning Education for Sustainable         Transportation Services, UC Santa Barbara
       Living Program. She is a former leader of the California
       Student Sustainability Coalition and served as an advisor to
       the National Wildlife Federation’s Campus Ecology Program.


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“And the winners are…” Sustainable                                  Tackling Bigfoot, the Carbon Footprint
Transportation Awards                                               of Transportation
Monday, June 25th                                                   Tuesday, June 26th
4:15pm–5:45pm                                                       1:45 pm–3:15pm
Bren Hall 1414                                                      Bren Hall 1414
So you need to get to campus – what forms of transportation         The burning of fossil fuels and the release of carbon into
are available to you? Which forms of transportation is your         the atmosphere is changing the climate. Colleges and
campus accommodating, and what forms is it advocating?              Universities across the country are developing greenhouse
How does your campus conduct business that requires                 gas inventories to help quantify their contribution and make
transportation? What kinds of vehicles? What kinds of fuel?         recommendations for action. Transportation is a major
How do you get people out of their cars? What forms of              producer of campus GHGs, but the data is often difficult to
marketing are most successful in changing travel choices?           find and harder still to interpret. This panel will discuss how
What transportation programs will work for your campus              to measure the carbon footprint of transportation, what data
and community? How can you reduce the greenhouse gas                to collect, various ways to organize it, and how to use the data
emissions from your campus fleet?                                   to make decisions.
Join us to learn about the best practices from the 2007
award winners. Awards are offered for campus owned
                                                                    Speakers:
                                                                    Daniel Salazar, Student, Geography, CSU Chico
transportation (campus fleets, shuttle systems, etc.), as well as
                                                                    Sherry Lewis, Associate Director, Transportation Services, Fleet
for Transportation Demand Management programs.                      and Transit, Los Angeles
Speakers:                                                           David Karwaski, Transportation Planning and Policy Manager,
Susan Rains, Commuter and Access Services Coordinator,              Transportation Service, UC Los Angeles
University Police Department, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo              Nicholas Linesch, Sustainability Transportation Intern,
Penny Menton, MBA, Associate Director, Communication and            UC Office of the President, Student, Civil Engineering, UC Davis
Commuter Services, UC Los Angeles                                   Moderator:
Stacey Murren, Director, Parking and Transportation Services,       Mark Stemen, Ph.D., Coordinator, Environmental Studies
UC Irvine                                                           Program, CSU Chico
Ronald Fleming, CCSP Associate Director, Parking and
Transportation, UC Irvine
Moderator:
                                                                    Biographies:
Charlotte Strem, Coordinator of Environmental Planning, UC
Office of the President                                             Matt Benjamin
                                                                    Associate, Alta Planning + Design
Campus Bike Planning
                                                                    Matt Benjamin is an urban planner residing in Los Angeles.
Tuesday, June 26th                                                  Recently, his work has focused on bicycle planning for
8:30am–10:00am                                                      organizations in the public, private and non-profit sectors. He
Bren Hall 1414                                                      is currently an Associate at Alta Planning + Design, where he
The bicycle is one of the most efficient and sustainable forms      is working on a variety of projects including a bicycle plan for
of transportation ever invented. However, bicycling is often        the Roads & Transport Authority of Dubai.
marginalized in today’s transportation system. The presenters
in this session will discuss how to develop programs, plans         Richard Bettendorf
and policies to facilitate bicycle commuting to university          Dean of Instruction, the School of Technical Careers,
campuses. Among the issues discussed will be coordinating           San Diego Miramar College
campus bicycle plans with city plans, developing a bicycle          Miramar is home to the Advanced Transportation
program, and taking strides to improve bicycle safety.              Technologies and Energy Center funded by the CCC
Speakers:                                                           Chancellor’s Office. Miramar has recently been awarded
Richard Demerjian, LEEDTM AP Director, Campus and                   the Advanced Transportation Technologies and Energy
Environmental Planning, UC Irvine                                   Hub grant for Southern California. Richard was previously
Matt Benjamin, Associate, Alta Planning + Design                    Director of the Advanced Transportation Technologies Center
Speaker and Moderator:                                              (ATT) at Cypress College. Richard and his staff developed
Sam Corbett, Assistant Director, Transportation & Parking           alternative fuel curriculum, and offered technical assistance
Services, UC San Diego                                              and consulting to local government, school districts, business


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       and industry. Richard was a member of the National                 landscape architect and LEED™ certified professional. He
       Alternative Fuels Training Center (NAFTC), served on the           has a Bachelors degree in Landscape Architecture from Cal
       NAFTC advisory board, and was a member of the curriculum           Poly, Pomona and an MBA from the UCI Graduate School of
       committee.                                                         Management.

       Andy Chow                                                          Ronald Fleming
       Commute Specialist, San Jose State University                      Associate Director, Transportation Services, Chief
       Andy Chow has worked as commute specialist at San Jose             Enforcement Officer, UC Transportation Authority,
       State University (SJSU) for the last six years. He has been        UC Irvine
       responsible for operations at the Transportation Solutions         Mr. Fleming is the Associate Director of Transportation
       (TS) Center. Andy has also carried out special marketing           Services and the Chief Enforcement Officer of the UC
       campaigns to promote new transit services to the SJSU              Transportation Authority at the University of California,
       community. He also works with transit agencies to improve          Irvine. He received his BA in English from UCI, and continued
       their services.                                                    his studies in Management and Transportation Studies.
                                                                          Ron has 13+ years of experience managing sustainable
       Sam Corbett
                                                                          transportation programs, parking programs, and has been
       Assistant Director, Transportation & Parking Services,             awarded the California Council Quality Award for team
       UC San Diego                                                       excellence and the OCTA Mercury Mobility Chairman’s Award.
       Mr. Corbett has a Master’s in City Planning from UC Berkeley
       and a BS from UC Davis in Environmental Policy, Analysis, and      Brodie Hamilton
       Planning. He has more than nine years of experience working        Director, Parking and Transportation Services,
       as a transportation planner and has specialized in transit route   Stanford University
       planning, survey design and administration, transportation
                                                                          Mr. Hamilton established the Transportation & Parking
       financing, public outreach strategies, and bicycle and
                                                                          Program (TAPS) at the University of California, Davis in 1987.
       pedestrian planning and program development. Mr. Corbett
                                                                          Since 2000, he has been the director of Stanford University’s
       worked for a top 500 ENR engineering consulting firm and has
                                                                          Parking & Transportation Services (P&TS). He has served on
       worked for both UC Los Angeles and UC San Diego.
                                                                          a wide variety of local, regional, and statewide committees.
       Brian d’Autremont                                                  He also served as the president of the Yolo TMA from its
                                                                          inception in 1993, to 2000. Brodie holds a BS degree from UC
       Director, Transportation, San Diego State University               Davis.
       Brian d’Autremont holds a graduate degree in Systems
       Management from USC and a Master’s in Planning from the            David Karwaski
       U. S. Army’s Command and Staff College. As a Logistician,          Transportation Planning and Policy Manager,
       he worked with the Rand Corporation in Artificial
                                                                          Transportation Service, UC Los Angeles
       Intelligence developments and served as USC’s Director of
       Transportation. Mr. d’Autremont taught at USC’s School of          David Karwaski recently joined UCLA as the Transportation
       Public Administration and was Chair of the Department              Planning and Policy Manager. He brings real-world
       of Military Science. He is a member of the Council of              transportation planning experience to help guide their
       Logistics Executives, The Skull and Dagger honor society,          sustainable transportation efforts. He earned his Bachelor’s
       and life member of the Association de Legion Etrangere de          Degree in Economics from Penn State University and has
       Parachutistes.                                                     worked in transportation planning for the past 14 years.

       Richard Demerjian                                                  Winifred Kwofie
       LEED AP, Director, Campus and Environmental
             TM                                                           Project Manager, Facilities Planning and Construction,
       Planning, UC Irvine                                                City College of San Francisco
       Richard Demerjian is the Director of Campus and                    Winifred Kwofie has an MS degree in Environmental
       Environmental Planning at the University of California,            Engineering and Sustainable Development from the Royal
       Irvine. In this role, he oversees land use planning, community     Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden; an MBA from
       planning, transportation and infrastructure planning, and          Idaho State University; and a BS in Civil Engineering from
       environmental programs at UCI. Richard is a registered             University of Science and Technology, Ghana. Aside from


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    her main responsibility as the project manager for City     the Carpool Program. The ridesharing program has been
    College of San Francisco’s New Mission Campus Project,      the recipient of various awards; most recently, the 20th Year
    she is also the College’s Sustainability Coordinator,       “anniversary” Award from the Metropolitan Transportation
    currently developing a comprehensive Sustainability Plan.   Authority (METRO). Penny earned a BA, an MA, and her
                                                                MBA from UCLA.
    Sherry Lewis
    Associate Director, Transportation Services,                Stacey Murren
    Fleet and Transit, UC Los Angeles                           Director, Parking and Transportation Services, UC Irvine
    Sherry Lewis is the Associate Director of UCLA              Stacey Murren is the Director of Parking and Transportation
    Transportation and oversees two key operational areas;      at UCI. Ms. Murren received her BA in Social Ecology from
    Fleet Services and Transit Operations. She serves as the    UCI, continuing her studies in Transportation Demand
    campus Fleet Administrator of UCLA’s 1,000+ vehicle         Management at UCLA. She has 18 years of experience in
    inventory, and has been employed at UCLA for 33 years,      transportation, and has received numerous awards; including
    with the last 24 years in Transportation Management.        the California Council Quality Award for Team Excellence, the
                                                                International Parking Institute for Innovation, and from the
    Nicholas Linesch                                            AQMD for writing the most thorough and innovative TDM
    Intern, UC Office of the President, Student,                strategy for reducing commuter trips.
    Civil Engineering, UC Davis                                 Susan Rains
    Mr. Linesch is a recent graduate in Applied Mathematics     Commuter and Access Services Coordinator, University
    at the UC Davis. He has worked with the Institute           Police Department, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
    of Transportation Studies as well as with the Center
    for Computational Science and Engineering on                Susan began her position as the Commuter and Access
    traffic modeling. Nicholas has collaborated with UC         Services Coordinator just over 3 years ago, overseeing
    Davis Professors on a bicycle traffic model and on          Transportation Demand Management for Cal Poly. Susan
    the implementation of a computer simulated urban            serves as a member of the Mass Transportation Committee
    grid representation. This year he worked as a student       for the City of San Luis Obispo, the regional Employee
    organizer and intern at UCOP with Charlotte Strem.          Transportation Coordinator group for San Luis Obispo
    Nicholas will be attending UC Davis for a master’s in       County, and the Regional Transportation Advisory Committee
    Civil Engineering.                                          for San Luis Obispo County. Her program has earned
                                                                recognition as a Best Workplaces for Commuters by the U. S.
    Marc Melaina                                                Environmental Protection Agency.
    Ph.D., Project Scientist, Institute of Transportation
                                                                Daniel Salazar
    Studies, UC Davis
                                                                Student, Geography, CSU Chico
    Dr. Melaina’s research areas include alternative fuel
    infrastructure development, technology innovation           Daniel completed his undergraduate work at Humboldt
    and climate change policy. He completed his Ph.D. in        State University. His academic interests include campus
    Natural Resources and Environment at the University         sustainability and greenhouse gas emissions studies. Daniel
    of Michigan and is currently a researcher within the        has assisted in teaching environmental related courses for
    Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways program.         the last year and recently completed his Master’s thesis,
                                                                Measuring What Matters: A Greenhouse Gas Inventory of
    Penny Menton                                                California State University, Chico. Daniel is currently working
                                                                in Fort Bragg, California where he is conducting a greenhouse
    MBA, Associate Director, Communication                      gas inventory for the city.
    and Commuter Services, UC Los Angeles
    Penny leads Marketing and Creative Development;              Eco Fact:
    Training and Development; Public Relations and
    Information; SCAQMD Regulatory Compliance;                   MY OWN ACTIONS MAY PRODUCE NEGLIGIBLE
    Employee Event Planning; and Commuter Services and           EFFECTS, BUT MULTIPLIED BY MILLIONS
    Information. In 1984 she initiated the UCLA Vanpool
    Program, the Emergency Ride Home (Bruin Go!), and            CHANGE CAN HAPPEN!



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       Arjun Sarkar                                                      Randall von Wedel
       Fleet Technician /Alternative fuels, Transportation               Ph.D., Founder, Principal Biochemist, BioSolar
       Services, UC Santa Barbara                                        Group/CytoCulture International, Inc.
       Arjun is an alternative fuels enthusiast, having graduated        Randall von Wedel holds a BA from Dartmouth College and
       from Universal Technical Institute in 1992. He worked             a Ph.D. from UC San Fransisco. Dr. von Wedel pioneered the
       for Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District on their          introduction of biodiesel to California in 1993 for boats, cars,
       electric shuttle fleet. He is currently at UCSB focused on        and fleets. Randal started biodiesel programs for marine fuel
       their Alternative Fuel Vehicle program and is Chair of the        docks, university fleets, national parks, commercial fleets,
       Sustainable Transportation Working Group.                         public works, and transit fleets. He helped open the first
                                                                         biodiesel retail pump for consumers in the US. In 2005, he
       Mark Stemen                                                       developed the pHLip Test for monitoring B100 quality in the
                                                                         field, which is now marketed nationwide and overseas.
       Ph.D., Coordinator, Environmental Studies Program,
       CSU Chico
       Dr. Stemen is the Coordinator of the Environmental                Water and Landscaping
       Studies Program at CSU Chico. He teaches environmental
       sustainability and recently received a grant from the EPA to
                                                                         Track
       partner students and community members on renewable
       energy projects. He is the Chair of the Campus Arboretum          Clean Water Programs
       Committee, advisor to seven student groups at CSU Chico,
       and faculty mentor to the new Sustainability House in the         Monday, June 25th
       residence halls. Mark received his Ph.D. from the University      10:45am–12:15pm
       of Iowa.                                                          Bren Hall 1424
                                                                         When you think utilities, you think: water, sewer, and
       Charlotte Strem                                                   electricity. The Clean Water Utility at UCSD encompasses water
       Coordinator of Environmental Planning,                            and sewer. These two utilities have significance to the academic
       UC Office of the President                                        community and campus operations. Both are regulated and
                                                                         always in need of renovation. Deferred maintenance routinely
       Ms. Strem coordinates land use planning and compliance            leads to repairs, but, typically the repairs are a fix on an “as
       with the California Environmental Quality Act for all UC          needed” basis and do not address the regulatory requirements.
       campuses, national labs, and Natural Reserves. She is also        To get out of the permanent Band-Aid, a Clean Water Utility
       responsible for the implementation of UC’s Sustainable            can provide a framework for funding repairs, improvements,
       Transportation policy and works with the UC Fleet Managers        equipment, compliance, and staff.
       and Transportation and Parking Managers. She carpools to
       work in a hybrid. She is a graduate of UC Santa Barbara’s         Speakers:
                                                                         Marty Laporte, Manager, Water Resources and Environmental
       Environmental Studies program and has a Master’s of City          quality, Utilities Department, Stanford University
       Planning and Certificate in Urban Design from the University      Julie Hampel, Manager, Environmental Affairs, UC San Diego
       of Pennsylvania.                                                  Valerie Fanning, Environmental Compliance Officer,
                                                                         Environment, Health and Safety Department, UC San Diego
       Peter F. Ward                                                     Stephanie Barger, Founder and Executive Director,
       Policy Advisor to the Vice Chair and Commissioner,                Earth Resource Foundation
       California Energy Commission                                      Moderator:
                                                                         Bill Lekas, Energy Manager, Physical Plant, San Diego State
       Peter Ward is the Policy Advisor to Vice Chair and
                                                                         University
       Commissioner James Boyd, at the California Energy
       Commission. He was the Fuel Distribution Program Manager           Eco Fact:
       for the California Clean Fuels Infrastructure Program, and
       served as the statewide Clean Cities Program Coordinator           5% OF THE WORLD’S POPULATION LIVE HERE IN
       for five years. Peter was responsible for the Alternative Fuels
       Infrastructure Plan and Program. He holds a BA in Political        THE U.S., AND WE OWN 30% OF THE WORLD’S
       Science and MA in Public Administration from CSU, Chico.
                                                                          CARS. BOY, ARE WE SUCCESSFUL!


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Water Conservation & Metering                                    Biographies:
with Best Practice Awardees
Tuesday, June 26th                                               Stephanie Barger
8:30am–10:00am                                                   Founder and Executive Director,
Bren Hall 1424                                                   Earth Resource Foundation
SDSU will present on the Calsense central control irrigation     Stephanie is a nonprofit Consultant, Mortgage Banker,
system, an important water conservation device utilizing         business consultant and Past CPA. She has a wealth of
weather data and flow metering to track water usage and          business, environmental and charity work experience.
conserve water resources on campus. UCSB will present            Stephanie has been involved with a variety of charities such as
on water saving plumbing, and storm and irrigation water         the Surfrider Foundation, Trails4All, OC Interfaith Coalition
recapture. Dennis Elliot, the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Best      for the Environment and numerous children and homeless
Practice Award winner will also present on his projects.         nonprofits.

Speakers:                                                        Carl Decker
Carl Decker, Construction Project Manager, Housing and
Residential Services, UC Santa Barbara
                                                                 Construction Project Manager,
Brian Graham, LEEDTM Intern, Housing and Residential Services,   UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara                                                 Carl Decker has been employed at UCSB since 2005 as a
Mark Rousseau, Energy and Environmental Manager,                 Construction Project Manager within Housing & Residential
Housing and Residential Services, UC Santa Barbara
                                                                 Services. Carl is currently working on 2 LEEDTM NC Projects
Ric Williams, Superintendent of Grounds, Housing and
Residential Services, UC Santa Barbara
                                                                 as the LEEDTM Administrator and Commissioning Agent.
Dennis Mitchell, CLIA, Irrigation Association CLT,
                                                                 Prior to coming to work at UCSB, Carl spent 20 years in
Irrigation Specialist, San Diego State University                the Defense Aerospace Industry as an Operations Manager
Bill Lekas, Energy Manager, Physical Plant,                      at Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA and as an Industrial/
San Diego State University                                       Facility Engineer in Sunnyvale, CA. He is registered with the
Dennis Elliot, Manager, Engineering and Utilities,               Building Commissioning Association as a Certified Building
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo                                         Commissioning Agent.
Moderator:
Julie Hampel, Manager, Environmental Affairs,                    Dennis Elliot
UC San Diego                                                     Manager, Engineering and Utilities,
                                                                 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
                                                                 Dennis Elliot is the manager of Engineering and Utilities
                                                                 at Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo. Dennis has a
                                                                 bachelor’s degree in mechanical Mmechanical Eengineering
 Eco Fact:                                                       and is a registered professional engineer and certified
                                                                 energy manager. Dennis has worked at Cal Poly for 24 years
 “THE GREATNESS OF A NATION AND ITS MORAL                        in a variety of energy related positions, and is currently
                                                                 responsible for energy and water conservation programs and
 PROGRESS CAN BE JUDGED BY THE WAY ITS
                                                                 coordination of engineering design for capital projects.
 ANIMALS ARE TREATED. I HOLD THAT, THE MORE
                                                                 Valerie Fanning
 HELPLESS A CREATURE, THE MORE ENTITLED IT IS                    Environmental Compliance Officer, Environment,
 TO PROTECTION BY MAN FROM THE CRUELTY OF                        Health and Safety department, UC San Diego
                                                                 Valerie has over 15 years experience in permitting,
 MAN.” — MOHANDAS GHANDI                                         compliance and hazardous waste management. Along with
                                                                 many other duties, she is responsible for UC San Diego’s
                                                                 Industrial Discharge Permit and Sanitary Sewer Management
                                                                 Plan. Valerie also teaches an Environmental Stewardship class,
                                                                 a requirement for the UCSD Department Safety Coordinator
                                                                 Certificate Program.


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       Brian Graham                                                       Concentrated Photo Voltaic Cogen and Cogen operation. He
       LEED Intern, Housing and Residential Services,
             TM                                                           was the project manager for an award-winning monitoring-
       UC Santa Barbara                                                   based commissioning project in 2005.
       Brian Graham is a third year undergraduate student at              Dennis Mitchell
       UCSB, and is pursuing a B.A. in Environmental Studies and          CLIA, Irrigation Association CLT, Irrigation Specialist,
       Geography with an emphasis in Urban and Environmental
       Planning. Brian’s is currently working on obtaining                San Diego State University
       LEEDTM NC certification for the UCSB San Clemente Graduate         Mr. Mitchell has 25 years in the landscape industry, and is a
       Student Housing, and plans to become a LEEDTM Accredited           member of the California Landscape Contractors Association.
       Professional® upon graduation in June of 2008.                     He is a member of the UC San Diego Grounds Department,
                                                                          the Sports Turf Managers Association and the SDSU Athletic
       Julie Hampel                                                       Field Team. Dennis was awarded the STMA Field of The Year
       Manager, Environmental Affairs, UC San Diego                       2005 for College Baseball for Tony Gwynn Stadium, and the
                                                                          Professional Grounds Managers Society Honor Award 2005
       Julie is the manager of Environmental Affairs, a Division of
       EH&S at UCSD. Her Division provides hazardous waste and            for the same field.
       materials management, administers the campus Clean Water
       and Air programs, reports on greenhouse gas emissions,             Mark Rousseau
       and works behind the scenes to promote sustainable actions         Energy & Environmental Manager, Housing and
       within routine campus activities. Julie’s 2007 focus is on         Residential Services, UC Santa Barbara
       obtaining appropriate funding to maintain regulatory               Mark Rousseau has been the Energy & Environmental
       compliance.                                                        manager for Housing & Residential Services at UCSB since
                                                                          1995. He works with Maintenance, Grounds, Housekeeping,
       Marty Laporte                                                      Dining Services, Business Services and other campus
       Manager, Resources and Environmental Quality,                      departments on sustainability projects and programs. This
       Utilities Department, Stanford University                          includes efficiency measures with all utilities (electricity,
       Marty manages environmental programs, including studies,           water, gas), transportation, recycling & composting, buying
       monitoring, and sampling programs for Stanford University          recycled, and green building issues.
       relating to underground storage tanks; domestic water;
       water conservation; and, sewer, stormwater, groundwater,           Richard “Ric” Williams
       and surface water compliance. She developed and manages            Superintendent of Grounds, Housing and Residential
       the university water conservation program, developed water         Services, UC Santa Barbara
       efficiency goals for campus buildings, and developed the           Ric Williams has degrees in Horticulture and Landscape
       high efficiency fixture demonstration program. Marty also          Architecture. He has worked in the design field for over
       initiated a university-wide water group, managed the mercury       thirty years, with a specialization in residential estate design.
       thermometer replacement program and managed the first              His interest in sustainability has directed him toward
       San Francisquito Creek Community Coordinated Resource              modifying existing practices used in grounds management
       Management planning meeting.                                       for the University. He has co-authored the Water Resource
                                                                          Management Handbook and serves on several design and
       Bill Lekas                                                         landscape committees for the University campus.
       Energy Manager, Physical Plant,
       San Diego State University
       Bill is responsible for utility budgets and provides projections     Eco Fact:
       and energy efficiency information for many departments.
       Bill performed a water use analysis, which changed the way           IT IS NOW ILLEGAL TO THROW
       the city of San Diego charged SDSU for water, resulting in           BATTERIES IN THE TRASH IN
       substantial savings. Bill works with engineering students
       to address campus needs and recently received a National             CALIFORNIA, THOUGH PROBABLY FEW
       Energy Manager of the Year Award for implementation
       of demonstration projects, Solar Hybrid Lighting, and                PEOPLE KNOW THIS!



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Plenary Sessions                                                Jefferson Coombs
                                                                Regent, President, Alumni Association,
                                                                University of California
Welcome and Opening Plenary                                     Jefferson graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor’s in
Monday, June 25th                                               Psychology, emphasizing in Organizational Behavior. Mr.
8:30am–10:00am                                                  Coombs has served in senior alumni leadership positions
Campbell Hall                                                   for the Cal Alumni Association for nearly 15 years. He
                                                                was the Cal Alumni Association’s Vice President for Young
Featuring:                                                      Alumni affairs, and served as Vice President at Large for the
Henry T. Yang, Chancellor, UC Santa Barbara
                                                                Association. Mr. Coombs is a native Northern Californian
Donna Carpenter, Vice Chancellor, Administrative Services,
UC Santa Barbara                                                and a member of the Sierra Club, Save the Redwood League,
Jefferson Coombs, Regent, President, Alumni Association,        The League of Conservation Voters, and The Trust for
University of California                                        Public Land. Mr. Coombs also serves as President of the Los
Ernst von Weisäcker, Dean, Donald Bren School of                Angeles Advertising Club’s Multicultural Advertising Training
Environmental Science & Management, UC Santa Barbara            Program.
Michael M’Gonigle, Co-Founder of Greenpeace International,
Writer of Planet U: Sustaining the World, Reinventing the       Ernst von Weisäcker
University
Courtney Voss, Alumna, CSU Chico                                Dean, Donald Bren School of Environmental Science &
Jonathan Woolley, Graduate Student, Mechanical                  Management, UC Santa Barbara
Engineering, UC Davis
                                                                Ernst von Weizsäker is the Dean of the Donald Bren School
                                                                of Environmental Science & Management. Previously, he
Speaker Biographies                                             served as the Policy Director at the UN Center for Science
                                                                and Technology for Development, Director of the Institute for
Henry T. Yang
                                                                European Environmental Policy, and President of Wuppertal
Chancellor, UC Santa Barbara                                    Institute for Climate, Environment, and Energy. He became a
Henry T. Yang joined UC Santa Barbara as chancellor and         member of the Bundestag, the federal parliament of Germany,
professor of mechanical engineering in 1994. He is a member     where he was Chairman of the Environmental Committee. He
of the National Academy of Engineering. He teaches an           has also been a professor of interdisciplinary biology and was
undergraduate course each year and is currently guiding and     the founding president of the University of Kassel in Germany.
supporting five Ph.D. students with research grants from NSF.
This year he received an honorary distinguished teaching        Michael M’Gonigle
award from UCSB’s Academic Senate. Dr. Yang is a member         Co-Founder of Greenpeace International, Writer of
of the Steering Committee for the American College and          Planet U: Sustaining the World, Reinventing the
University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC).             University
Donna Carpenter                                                 A lawyer and political ecologist, Michael’s work with
                                                                Greenpeace in the 1970s led to the international moratorium
Vice Chancellor, Administrative Services,
                                                                on commercial whaling. During this time he co-founded
UC Santa Barbara                                                Greenpeace International. In the 1980s, he worked on
Donna Carpenter is the Vice Chancellor for Administrative       wilderness conservation and forestry reform in British
Services at UC Santa Barbara, She has been part of the UC       Columbia, including leading the successful struggle to protect
system for 34 years, serving as the Controller and Director     the Stein River Valley from industrial logging. As Chair of the
of Accounting Services at UCSB after 21 prior years at UC       Board of Greenpeace Canada, he initiated its forests campaign
Riverside. She holds a BS from Cal Poly Pomona, and an MBA      in 1990. A co-founder in the late 1990s of SmartGrowth BC
from the University of LaVerne. Donna has been integral to      and Forest Futures (Dogwood Initiative), he recently founded
the development of the UCSB Campus Sustainability Plan as       the POLIS Project on Ecological Governance at UVic. He
well as The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF).                       is author, most recently, of Planet U: Sustaining the World,
                                                                Reinventing the University (with Justine Starke) (New Society
                                                                Publishers) (2006).



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       Courtney Voss                                                  Higher Education’s Role as
       Alumna, CSU Chico                                              a leader in Climate Change
       Courtney Voss is a recent political science graduate of CSU    Tuesday, June 26th
       Chico, was the Associated Students (AS) Commissioner of        11:00am–12:00pm
       Environmental Affairs and the AS President. She helped to      Campbell Hall
       coordinate conferences such as This Way to Sustainability,
                                                                      Colleges and universities must exercise leadership in their
       and wrote and passed a student fee referendum for an AS
                                                                      communities and throughout society by modeling ways to
       Sustainability Program and an auxiliary version of the
                                                                      eliminate global warming emissions, and by providing the
       President’s Climate Commitment. She was accepted to the
                                                                      knowledge and the educated graduates to achieve climate
       California Senate Fellowship Program and will be completing
                                                                      neutrality. Campuses that address the climate challenge by
       a Masters in Public Policy and Administration. This
                                                                      eliminating global warming emissions and by integrating
       summer she is working with the Energy Action Coalition in
                                                                      sustainability into their curriculum will better serve their
       Washington DC.
                                                                      students and meet their social mandate to help create a
                                                                      thriving, ethical and civil society. Reversing global warming
       Jonathan Woolley
                                                                      is the defining challenge of the 21st century. Eliminating this
       Graduate Student, Mechanical Engineering, UC Davis             threat successfully will mean transforming our economy, our
       Jonathan Woolley is a graduate student in Mechanical           institutions, our daily lives within a generation, a challenge
       Engineering at UC Davis; his research and academic             of massive proportion. In this plenary, the speakers will
       studies focus on a range of renewable and efficient energy     talk about the challenges we face and strategies to move us
       technologies. Jonathan has worked with the California          forward.
       Student Sustainability Coalition since 2004, he is a student   Speakers:
       representative on the UC Davis Sustainability Advisory         Darroch “Rocky” Young, Chancellor, Los Angeles Community
       Committee and has helped to advance university initiatives     College District
       on sustainable transportation, education for sustainability,   George Blumenthal, Acting Chancellor, UC Santa Cruz
       green building, and climate change solutions.                  Eban Goodstein, Ph.D., Project Director, Focus the Nation,
                                                                      Professor, Economics, Lewis and Clark College
                                                                      Michael Cox, Lead Organizer, California Student Sustainability
                                                                      Coalition (CSSC), Campus Climate Challenge
                                                                      Moderater:
        Eco Facts:                                                    Ernst von Weisäcker, Dean, Donald Bren School of
                                                                      Environmental Science & Management, UC Santa Barbara
        BICYCLES ARE THE MOST EFFICIENT METHOD OF
                                                                      Eban Goodstein
        TRANSPORTING A HUMAN, AT ABOUT 35 CALORIES
                                                                      Ph.D., Project Director, Focus the Nation, Professor,
        OF ENERGY PER PASSENGER MILE, WHILE WALKING                   Economics, Lewis and Clark College
                                                                      Focus the Nation is a major educational initiative that is
        USES ABOUT 100, AND CARS USE ABOUT 1860
                                                                      coordinating teams of faculty, students and staff at over
        CALORIES PER MILE.                                            a thousand colleges, universities and high schools in the
                                                                      United States, to collaboratively engage in a nationwide,
                                                                      interdisciplinary discussion centered around the theme of
        EVERY MILE PER HOUR THAT YOU DRIVE FASTER                     “Stabilizing the Climate in the 21st Century”. The project
                                                                      will culminate January 31, 2008, in the form of a one-day,
        THAN 55MPH, YOUR FUEL ECONOMY GOES                            national symposia held simultaneously on campuses across
                                                                      the country. Goodstein is the author of a college textbook,
        DOWN BY 2%. SO AT 70, YOU GET CLOSE TO
                                                                      Economics and the Environment (John Wiley and Sons:
        HALF THE MILES PER GALLON THAN YOU WOULD                      2004) now in its fourth edition, as well as The Trade-off Myth:
                                                                      Fact and Fiction about Jobs and the Environment. (Island
        AT 50 MPH!                                                    Press: 1999). He received his B.A. from Williams College and
                                                                      his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.



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George Blumenthal                                                  Closing Plenary;
Acting Chancellor, UC Santa Cruz
Acting Chancellor George Blumenthal is widely known                Pulling it All Together
for his efforts to increase access to the University and for
his commitment to diversity. He joined UC Santa Cruz as            Tuesday, June 26th
a professor of astronomy and astrophysics in 1972. He has          3:30pm–4:30pm
served as chair of the UCSC Academic Senate, chair of the UC       Campbell Hall
system-wide Academic Senate, and faculty representative to         Michael M’Gonigle will pull together “take away”elements
the UC Board of Regents. As a theoretical astrophysicist, his      from all eleven tracks and from the conversations he has had
research includes the origin of structure in the universe and      during the two days spent at the sustainability conference.
the role that dark matter plays in the formation and evolution     This will be a facilitated discussion involving conference
of this structure. He is a co-author of the astronomy text 21st    participants. What are some of the next steps? What are the
Century Astronomy.
                                                                   remaining challenges? What are some solutions? Rather than
                                                                   have us duplicate, reinvent, or compete with each other, he
Michael Cox
                                                                   aims to have us share information so that we can complement,
Lead Organizer, California Student Sustainability                  coordinate, and integrate successes currently underway.
Coalition (CSSC), Campus Climate Challenge
 Michael Cox is a lead organizer for the California Student        Michael M’Gonigle
Sustainability Coalition (CSSC) and the Campus Climate             Co-Founder of Greenpeace International and Writer
Challenge, which is a national campaign running on over 600        of Planet U: Sustaining the World, Reinventing the
campuses that is empowering young leaders to green the US          University
educational sector. The goal of the Challenge in California
is to grow a broad-based movement to green the Golden              Michael M’Gonigle will pull together “take away”elements
State’s Educational Sector - K-12 through Higher Education -       from all eleven tracks and from the conversations he has had
building the bridge to establish energy security for California,   during the two days spent at the sustainability conference.
secure our position as the Global Core to the Green Economy,       This will be a facilitated discussion involving conference
and create a replicable model to be emulated and evolved           participants. What are some of the next steps? What are the
nationally. Michael graduated Cum Laude from UCLA in               remaining challenges? What are some solutions? Rather than
2006 with College Honors and a Bachelor of Arts in Political       have us duplicate, reinvent, or compete with each other, he
Science, International Relations                                   aims to have us share information so that we can complement,
                                                                   coordinate, and integrate successes currently underway.
Ernst von Weisäcker
Dean, Donald Bren School of Environmental
Science & Management, UC Santa Barbara                               Eco Facts:
Ernst von Weizsäker is the Dean of the Donald Bren School            ONE KILOWATT-HOUR OF ELECTRICITY = 4
of Environmental Science & Management. Previously, he
served as the Policy Director at the UN Center for Science           EVENINGS OF TV (THE OLD FASHIONED KIND).
and Technology for Development, Director of the Institute for
European Environmental Policy, and President of Wuppertal
Institute for Climate, Environment, and Energy. He became a          ONE KILOWATT-HOUR OF ELECTRICITY = DRYING
member of the Bundestag, the federal parliament of Germany,
where he was Chairman of the Environmental Committee.                YOUR HAIR 15 TIMES.
He has also been a professor of interdisciplinary biology and
was the founding president of the University of Kassel in
                                                                     ONE KILOWATT-HOUR OF ELECTRICITY = BETWEEN
Germany.
                                                                     1 AND 2 LBS. OF CO2 EMITTED.




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   Be s t P r a c t i c e Aw a rd s




  We
                                      Overall Sustainable Design                 UC Merced
                   are pleased to     Overall Sustainable Design                 CSU Fullerton
                 congratulate the     Overall Sustainable Design (H.M.)          UC Berkeley
  winners of the 2007 Best Practice
                                      HVAC Design                                Sacramento State
  Awards Competition for the Energy
                                      HVAC Design (H.M.)                         CSU San Bernardino
  Efficiency Partnership Program
  and the Sustainable Transporta-     Lighting Design/ Retrofit                  UC Davis
  tion Program. The winners in this   Lighting Design/ Retrofit                  CSU San Bernardino
  year’s categories are:
                                      HVAC Retrofit                              UC Santa Cruz
                                      HVAC Retrofit                              CSU San Bernardino
                                      HVAC Retrofit (H.M.)                       UC San Diego
                                      HVAC Retrofit (H.M.)                       UC Berkeley

                                      Renewables/ Innovative                     UC Santa Cruz
                                      Energy Generation or Procurement
                                      Renewables/Innovative                      CSU Northridge
                                      Energy Generation or Procurement
                                      Renewables/Innovative                      Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
                                      Energy Generation or Procurement (H.M.)

                                      Monitoring-Based Commissioning             UC Berkeley
                                      Monitoring-Based Commissioning             CSU San Bernardino
                                      Monitoring-Based Commissioning (H.M.)      UC Santa Barbara
                                      Monitoring-Based Commissioning (H.M.)      UC Irvine
                                      Monitoring-Based Commissioning (H.M.)      CSU San Marcos
                                      Monitoring-Based Commissioning (H.M.)      Fresno State

                                      Water Efficiency/Site Water quality        UC Santa Barbara
                                      Water Efficiency/Site Water quality        Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
                                      Water Efficiency/Site Water quality        UC San Francisco

                                      Innovative Waste Reduction                 UC Davis
                                      Innovative Waste Reduction                 San Francisco State

                                      Student Energy Efficiency                  UC Irvine
                                      Student Energy Efficiency                  Humboldt State
                                      Student Energy Efficiency (H.M.)           UC Santa Cruz
                                      Student Energy Efficiency (H.M.)           CSU Chico
                                      Student Energy Efficiency (H.M.)           CSU San Bernardino
                                      Student Sustainability Programs            UC Berkeley
                                      Student Sustainability Programs            CSU Monterey Bay

                                      Transportation Demand Management           UC Irvine
                                      Transportation Demand Management           Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
                                      Transportation Demand Management (H.M.)    UC Los Angeles

                                      Campus Owned and Operated Transportation   UC Irvine

                                      H.M. = Honorable Mention




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Ex h i b i t o r s


Bentley Prince Street, Inc.
Defining style, color and service for more than 25 years, Bentley Prince Street
manufactures award-winning broadloom and carpet tile products for all
commercial interiors. All Bentley Prince Street standard broadloom and car-
pet tile products have achieved Sustainable Choice Gold certification from         CLTC California Lighting Technology
Scientific Certification Systems (SCS) and are also available to meet the Cali-
fornia Gold sustainable carpet specifications for California facilities. We have   Center, UC Davis
one of the country’s first, privately owned industrial solar power arrays that     Established by the California Energy Commission and UC Davis, the CLTC’s
provides a portion of the energy used for manufacturing.                           mission is to stimulate the application of energy-efficient lighting by facili-
Kim Matsoukas                                                                      tating technology development and demonstrations, and offering outreach
                                                                                   and education activities in partnership with electric utilities, lighting man-
626.934.2152 Office
                                                                                   ufacturers, lighting professionals, and governmental agencies.
626.221.1688 Mobile • 626.333.1925 Fax
kimbrely.matsoukas@bentleyprincestreet.com                                         Wesley Morgan
www.bentleyprincestreet.com                                                        530-757-3473 • 530-757-3443 Fax
                                                                                   wrmorgan@ucdavis.edu • cltc.ucdavis.edu

Canon U.S.A., Inc.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. is a leader in professional business imaging equipment
and information systems. Canon office products include color and black-and-
white multifunction devices, wide format printers, and image filing systems.       CulinAire Systems
Our commitment to Kyosei or “living and working for the common good” is            CulinAire Systems is the West Coast distributor for Melink Corporations
the foundation of our sustainability efforts from research and development,        Intelli-Hood® control systems. Intelli-Hood® controls, for commercial
to product manufacturing, marketing, sales and distribution.                       kitchen ventilation systems, are the most popular energy-saving technology
Maria Kaperonis                                                                    in the food service industry. By optimizing hood ventilation performance,
703-807-3100                                                                       and energy efficiency, they can reduce ventilation system energy costs by
mburrell@cusa.canon.com • www.canon.com                                            up to 50%.
                                                                                   Michael Dean
                                                                                   916-596-0085 • 916-941-7155 Fax
                                                                                   mike@culinairesystems.com • www.culinairesystems.com

C & L Supply Company
C&L Supply is your one Source for a Sustainable, Touch free Restroom. Pro-         Chong Partners Architecture
viding Waterless No Flush urinals (Save up to 45,000 gallon of water annu-         Founded in 1976, Chong Partners Architecture is a 200 person design firm
ally), Xlerator hand dryers, (Dries in 15 seconds or less) Technical Concepts      with practice groups for Health, Public, Academic, Corporate and Interiors.
Automatic Faucets. The lowest operating and maintenance costs of any other         The firm also has groups dedicated to Graphics and Planning & Strategies.
manufactures in the industry and qualify for LEEDTM credits. We also offer         Ranked as the 12th largest architecture firm in California, Chong Partners
other facility saving maintenance solutions.                                       places an emphasis on designing livable communities that foster both social
Carmela Bass                                                                       and ecological responsibility.
323-258-1940 • 323-258-6523 Fax                                                    Jean Hansen
carmela.b@candlsupply.com • www.candlsupply.com                                    415.946.6757 • 415.433.4368 Fax
                                                                                   jhansen@chongpartners.com • www.chongpartners.com


CleanSource
                                                                                   DMJM Harris | AECOM
Since 1956, CleanSource has applied its skills and experience as the Clean-
                                                                                   DMJM Harris Energy & Power Services is a leading provider of professional
ing Supply Experts to work closely with customers supporting their busi-
                                                                                   services to higher education clients. A division of the $3.4 billion AECOM
ness. CleanSource’s product solutions and value-added services have helped
                                                                                   Technology Corporation, headquartered in Los Angeles with 30,000 em-
businesses to prosper while maintaining safe, healthy environments for their
                                                                                   ployees, DMJM Harris Energy & Power provides a wide range of sustainable
customers and employees. We focus on delivering exceptional values in labor
                                                                                   energy & power solutions, performance contracting, program & construc-
saving products and strategies, maximizing human resources and allowing
                                                                                   tion management, consulting, and sustainable design services.
businesses to direct their efforts in more profitable directions.
                                                                                   Andrew Esposito
Chris Wilson
                                                                                   760-632-9095 x21 • 760-632-9094 Fax
323-721-3800 • 323-721-4142 Fax
                                                                                   andrew.esposito@dmjmharris.com • www.dmjmharris.com
cwilson@cleansource.com, sperez@cleansource.co
www.cleansource.com



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       EnerNOC                                                                          Interface FLOR
       EnerNOC is a leading provider of technology-enabled energy management            InterfaceFLOR Commercial offers award-winning modular carpet designs
       solutions. With over 600MW of dedicated demand response resources, we            with high performance construction that is built to last. We are committed
       enable energy users to manage and deploy distributed resources more cost         to doing business with an awareness of how our actions affect nature’s bal-
       effectively, supporting a more reliable and efficient electricity grid. Ener-    ance. To us, sustainability represents a process of changing our company to
       NOC’s customers span all industries, including food, light industrial, hospi-    eliminate environmental impact and to help restore our world.
       tality, government, education, and healthcare.                                   Renee Boggus
       Grace Park                                                                       706-812-6185 • 800-830-9506 Fax
       415-227-4390 ext. 4008 • 415-227-1645 Fax                                        renee.boggus@interfaceflor.com • www.interfaceflor.com
       gpark@enernoc.com • www.enernoc.com


                                                                                        Mohawk Fine Papers
                                                                                        Mohawk Fine Papers is a modern writing, text and cover paper manu-
       Falcon Waterfree Technologies                                                    facturer. The mill offers sustainable paper choices certified by FSC, Green
       The Falcon Waterfree urinal is a revolutionary system that saves an annual       Seal and Green-e. In addition, Mohawk is the first major manufacturing
       average of 40,000 gallons per urinal. Waterfree urinals are more hygienic and    company to derive a significant amount of its electricity from renewable
       resistant to vandalism than flush urinals. Without flush valves, plumbing        windpower.
       repairs and emergencies are eliminated. Several models are available that        Joy Evans
       earn LEEDTM points and reduce costs.                                             323-376-2211 • 323-852-1724 Fax
       Danny Gleiberman                                                                 joy.evans@mohawkpaper.com • www.mohawkpaper.com
       310-209-7314 • 310-209-7260 Fax
       dgleiberman@falconwaterfree.com • www.falconwaterfree.com

                                                                                        Office Max
                                                                                        OfficeMax Inc. is a leader in both business-to-business and retail office
       Herman Miller, Inc.                                                              products distribution. The OfficeMax mission is simple: to help our cus-
       Herman Miller is recognized worldwide for its long-standing legacy of            tomers do their best work. The company provides offices supplies, print
       environmental stewardship. As a founding member of the U.S. Green Build-         and document services through OfficeMax ImPress, technology products
       ing Council, early adopter of DfE, and an active participant in creating the     and solutions and furniture to large, medium and small businesses and
       LEEDTM protocol, we have carried the concept of sustainability to our people,    consumers
       processes, facilities, products, and customers.                                  Virginia Harper
       Alex Yakutis                                                                     714-230-1605 • 714-230-1694 Fax
       619-507-4517 • 619-435-7141 Fax                                                  ginniharper@officemax.com • www.officemax.com
       alex_yakutis@hermanmiller.com • www.hermanmiller.com




       Interface Engineering                                                            Parker Boiler Company
       Interface Engineering provides multi-disciplinary MEP engineering services       The Parker Boiler Co. was founded in 1946 and is a world-renowned manu-
       from five offices on the West Coast. With over 165 professional and technical    facturer of steam boilers from 1.5 H.P. to 150 H.P., direct-fired hot water
       associates, we approach each project with an eye towards sustainable design,     boilers ranging from 300,000 to 6,800,000 BTU, and indirect-fired water
       augmenting our core services with expertise in fire/life safety, architectural   heaters ranging from 300,000 to 3,000,000 BTU input. Most models are UL
       lighting design, building technologies, energy consulting, and commission-       or ETL listed and are available as gas low Nox gas, oil, propane, or combina-
       ing. We’ve successfully completed 14 LEEDTM certified projects—including         tion-fired).
       the LEEDTM Platinum Center for Health & Healing, which is the most com-          Greg Danenhauer
       plex and innovative project to achieve the rating in North America.              323-727-9800 • 323-722-2848 Fax
       Melissa Crosman                                                                  gdanenhauer@parkerboiler.com • www.parkerboiler.com
       503-382-2669 • 503-382-2262 Fax
       melissa_c@ieice.com • www.interfaceengineering.com




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                                                                                Steinberg Architects
                                                                                As a design firm committed to collaborative relationships, sustainable
Ricoh Business Solutions                                                        solutions and continual improvement, Steinberg Architects draws on
Ricoh is recognized for its achievements in the areas of air and water pollu-   diverse resources to solve problems, capture opportunities and build
tion, ozone layer depletion, global warming, and toxic waste. In particular,    enduring relationships. From offices in San Francisco, San Jose and Los
Ricoh has been acknowledged by the U.S. EPA for its pivotal contributions       Angeles we strive to create outstanding designs that are mindful of bud-
to the success of the Energy Star program.                                      gets, function and the environment.
Christopher Bersch                                                              David Hart
310-568-2760 • 310-568-0950 Fax                                                 Vikas Shrestha
Christopher.Bersch@ricoh-usa.com • www.ricoh-usa.com                            213-599-4358 • 213-599-5127 Fax
                                                                                dhart@steinbergarchitects.com, vshrestha@steinbergarchitects.com
                                                                                www.steinbergarchitects.com


Sika | Sarnafil
Recognized as an international leader in the manufacturing of ther-
moplastic roofing and waterproofing membrane systems, Sarnafil has              Syncromatics Corporation
waterproofed among the most notable buildings in the world. Our roofing
membrane has received the greatest attention as it is white, highly reflec-      Syncromatics provides real time vehicle tracking for transit fleets, up-
tive and complies with the state energy code, the Cool Roof Rating Council      dating position every 6 seconds and displaying it on Google Maps. Syn-
requirements, as well as LEEDTM and USGBC standards.                            cromatics can be used to expose route information to the public, show
                                                                                when the next bus is arriving, and manage transit fleets.
Keith Steiger
760-617-4404 • 760-945-5521 Fax                                                  Josh Bigelow
steiger.keith@us.sika.com • www.sarnafilus.com                                  310-728-6997
                                                                                josh@syncromatics.com • www.syncromatics.com


                                                                                UC, CSU, IOU Energy Efficiency
Skanska
                                                                                Partnership
Skanska is a leading provider of construction, pre-construction consulting,
general contracting, and design build services in the US. We incorporate        The University of California (UC), California State University (CSU), and
environmental stewardship and sustainable practices into all our methods        Investor-Owned Utility (IOU) Energy Efficiency Partnership is a unique,
and procedures. Skanska was the first construction management firm to           statewide energy efficiency program achieving cost-effective immediate
obtain ISO14001 (Environmental Management) certification.                       and persistent peak energy and demand savings. Moreover, it establishes a
                                                                                permanent framework for a sustainable, long-term, comprehensive energy
Myrrh Caplan                                                                    management program at the thirty-three (33) UC and CSU campuses served
503-849-5071 • 503-643-0646 Fax                                                 by California’s four large IOUs (PG&E, SDG&E, SCE and SoCalGas).
myrrh.caplan@skanskausa.com • www.skanska.com
                                                                                John Newcomb                           Andrew Meiman
                                                                                415-896-0300 • 415-896-1900 Fax        415-896-0300
                                                                                john_newcomb@newcomb.cc                andrew_meiman@newcomb.cc
                                                                                www.uccsuiouee.org

Southern California Edison
SCE’s nonresidential new construction program works to reduce the
electric energy needs of new and expanding commercial, industrial, gov-
ernmental and institutional facilities throughout SCE’s service territory.      Waxie Sanitary Supply
Savings By Design offers a full spectrum of support to building owners,         Waxie Sanitary Supply is your Green Partner Support™ (GPS™) for Sustain-
architects, engineers, and other specialized consultants, providing the tools   able Cleaning Solutions Focused on Your Triple Bottom Line, People, Planet,
and information necessary to achieve optimum energy and resource effi-          and Profit. WAXIE has everything you need to clean when you want to “go
ciency in their projects.                                                       green.” WAXIE is your single source for low environmental impact cleaning
David Jacot                                                                     products, tools, equipment and training.
714-973-5742 • 714-973-5504 Fax                                                 Keith Schneringer
baumgasl@sce.com • www.sce.com                                                  858-292-8111 • 858-541-7195 Fax
                                                                                kschneringer@waxie.com • www.waxie.com




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                                                                                                                                           Paul’s Goal: T see that every college
                                                                                                                                           student in California would be given
                                 FoodService                                                                                               the opportunity to learn ways to
                                                                                                                                           effectuate change in their given fields
                                 B R O K E R A G E                                                                                         in order to preserve, protect, and
                                                                                                                                           heal our planet for future generations.

                                                                                                                         Paul Persons
                                                                                                                          1951-2007


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                                                                                                                          hundreds of thousands of students going
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             Alicia Jensen                    Jonathan Livingston            Sheri Gates
             Aaron Klemm                      Jubilee Daniels                SiSi Chen
             Alec Cooley                      Julian D’Autremont-Smith       Steve Jaffe
             Anthony Roner                    Julian Keniry                  Sue Hawkins
             Arjun Sarkar                     Julie Hampel                   Susan Collins
             Barbara Hirsc                    Karl Brown                     Tara Lamont
             Bill Lekas                       Kat Kellogg                    Terry Thomas
             Bill Shelor                      Kathryn Parker                 Tim Galarneau
             Bonnie Crouse                    Kathy Scheidemen               Timonie Hood
             Brian d’Autremont                Kathy Stein                    Travis Overturf
             Brodie Hamilton                  Katie Robinette                Trista Little
             Campus Conference Services       Kelley Munson                  UCSB Artworks
             Chantal Peterson                 Kelly Stanley                  University Center Catering
             Cheryl Mollan                    Kyle Dunn                      University Center Conference Services
             Chris Deck                       Lesley Clark                   Ventura Printing
             Chuck Morgan                     Leslie Lukacs                  Whitney Morris
             Chuck Rogers                     Lily Berrish                   Winifred Kwofie
             Connie Padilla                   Lin King
             Cyane Dandridge                  Linda Luft                     We would also like to thank SANE
                                                                             (Sustainable Action Needed
             Dan Burgoyne                     Lisa Bauer
                                                                             Everywhere), the departmental
             Dave Hather                      Lori Hoffman                   sustainability committee for the
             Dave Johnson                     Lucinda Andriani               UCSB Library, for providing the
             David Lehrer                     Madeline Brodie                Ecofacts, in this program. Each week,
             Deanna Cervantes                 Maric Munn                     SANE sends one Ecofact to all the
             Dorothy Le                       Mark Rousseau                  library staff and others. This is a great
             Edouard Giessinger               Mary Ann Hopkins               reminder to think and act sustainably.
                                                                             If you would like to receive
             Emily Montan                     Matt StClair
                                                                             Ecofacts each week, please visit:
             Eriko MacDonald                  Mike Anderson                  http://sustainability.ucsb.edu/
             Eyedin Zonobi                    Miki Swick                     and enter your email.
             Geoff Chase                      Nico Linesch
             Greg Stevens                     Nina Salvador
             Guylene Gadal                    Paul Black
                                                                            Eco Fact:
             Housing & Residential Services   Peter Ford
             Jeannine Komonosky               Residential Dining Services   ANTHROPOCENE: A NEW TERM TO
             Jenna Olsen                      and Special Events Catering
                                                                            SUGGEST THE TIME PERIOD IN
             Jiana ten Brinke                 Ric Williams
             Jim Ruby                         Robyn Difalco                 EARTH’S HISTORY, FROM THE LATE
             Jocelyn Orr                      Rocio Corona                  1700S, WHEN THE HUMAN
             Joe Allegretti                   Ryan Kaplan
             John Dilliott                                                  FOOTPRINT BEGAN TO GROW TO A
                                              Sally Vito
             John Elliott                     Sam Corbett                   MONSTEROUS SIzE.
             Jon Root                         Sarah Zentner



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