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  • Campus Sustainability Committee

    October 2013

  • Agenda

    • FY13 GHG update

    • Transportation Update

    • Materials Management

    Update

    • Next Steps

  • FY13 GHG Update

    October 2013

  • FY13 GHG Inventory Update

    • GHG Inventory

    – Total Duke broken down into

    •University = University/School of Med./School of

    Nursing

    •Health System contiguous to Durham campus

    • CAP target – carbon neutral by 2024

    – Only applies to University

    – Did not include Health System in neutrality target

    • Air Travel methodology change

  • Air Travel Methodology

    • Calculating miles traveled

    – Historic way - $ from Employee Travel and Reimbursement (ETR), avg. price per mile from

    AA

    – New way – destination data from ETR, put into

    database with airport distances, 60% manually

    scrubbed by intern

    • ~60% less than $ calculation

    • Still has assumptions ex. all travel starting from

    RDU

    • Still had some that needed more research

    • Better estimate than original

  • FY13 Total Duke GHG Update

    ↓8.9%

    2007 = 445,561

    2008 = 448,754

    2009 = 419,706

    2010 = 406,109

    Baseline

    0.7%

    ↓5.8%

    2011 = 399,748

    2012 = 384,160

    2013* = 343,987

    ↓10.3%

    ↓13.8%

    ↓23.3%

    *2013 without methodology change = ↓15.4%

    0

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    University Health System Total

    *Adjusted Air Travel in 2013

  • FY13 GHG Update - University

    Baseline 0% ↓5% ↓9% ↓11% ↓16% ↓28%

    338,828 338,883 322,355

    308,310 301,758 285,580

    243,026

    0

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    *Adjusted Air Travel in 2013

    *2013 without methodology change = ↓18%

  • FY13 GHG Emissions - University

    FY12 – GHG portfolio

    Energy = 70%

    Transportation = 29%

    Other = 1% – Waste, Refrigerants and Fertilizers

    Electricity 50%

    Stationary Fuel 26%

    Commuting 13%

    Fleet 1% Air

    Travel 9%

    Other 1%

    FY13 – GHG portfolio

    Energy = 76%

    Transportation = 24%

    Other = 1% – Waste, Refrigerants and Fertilizers

    Total = 285,580 MTCO2e Total = 243,026 MTCO2e

  • • Energy emissions ↓30%, CAP

    estimate was ↓12%

    – Steam – overall GHG

    emissions ↓36%

    • Completely off coal

    • Efficiency

    improvements,

    reducing loss – usage

    from baseline↓20%

    – Usage up slightly from

    2012 – colder year

    FY13 GHG Update - Energy

    0

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    100,000

    150,000

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    Overall Energy Emissions

    BAU CAP Actual

  • • Electricity usage on campus

    going down, ↓8% from 2007

    baseline

    • Energy intensity in existing

    buildings ↓8% from baseline

    • Duke Energy emissions were

    ↓23% in FY13 than CAP estimate

    FY13 GHG Update - Energy

    • LEED Plus- Currently developing a minimum building energy

    efficiency requirement that Designers will be required to follow for

    new construction and major renovation projects.

    0

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    1000000

    1500000

    2000000

    2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

    Existing Buildings Total Energy mmBtu

  • • Commuting 15% from 2007

    – Single Occupancy Vehicles

    decreasing 77% → 72.5%

    – More employees (6%) living further

    away

    – Bus commuting increasing with

    GoPass

    – New 5 Year TDM Plan

    FY13 GHG Update -

    Transportation

    • Fleet ↓10% from 2007

    – New buses more fuel efficient

    – FMD, Duke Police better fuel economy and electric vehicles

    • Air Travel

    – New methodology, hard to look at trends yet

    Drive Alone, 72.5%

    Carpool, 10.5%

    Vanpool, 0.0%

    Motorcycle/Mop ed, 0.0% Bus,

    8.0%

    Bike, 4.0% Walk, 2.5% Telecommute,

    2.5%

  • Compared to Climate Action Plan

    projections – University FY13

    University emissions going down since 2008, will start also tracking

    from 2013 Adjusted baseline

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    BAU

    CAP

    2013 Actuals 28% below 2007 baseline

    32% below Business as Usual

    *Without change in air travel methodology: 18% below 2007 baseline 22% below Business as Usual

  • Projections Compared

    to CAP - University FY13

    355,542

    276,570

    243,026

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    2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013* 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024

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    BAU CAP 2013 Actuals

    *Adjusted Air Travel in 2013

  • GHG Update Summary

    • On track but upcoming decreases are going to continue to be

    more incremental and dependent on individuals

    – Commuting

    – Energy conservation

    – Air Travel

    • Air Travel

    – Institutionalize way to track real numbers

    • Future metrics –

    – % reduction from baseline

    – % reduction from 2013 adjusted

    • Offsets –

    – Review portfolio

    – Next year, ten years away from 2024

    Electricity 50%

    Stationary Fuel 26%

    Commuting 13%

    Fleet 1% Air

    Travel 9%

    Other 1%

  • CSC Next Steps FY14

    • Climate Action Plan (CAP)

    – Continue implementation and evaluation

    • Sustainability Strategic Plan (SSP)

    – 2013 SSP Progress report – Nov 2013

    – Update Transportation targets

    – Update on Materials Management pilots and

    finalize targets

    – Focus on Food

  • A 5-Year Outlook for Sustainable Transportation

    at Duke University

    Alison Carpenter, AICP Transportation Demand Manager

  •  Approximately 1 parking space for every 2 people

     Parking prices range from $99 - $1,401 per year

     Duke is regional transportation demand management (TDM) “hot spot”

     University TDM program includes:  Free GoPass to use local/regional buses  Duke Transit for campus-area transportation  Carpool, Vanpool, & Bicycle Commuter Benefits

     Discounted carpool permits and preferred parking  Free vanpool parking and pre-tax payroll deduction option  Access to campus showers  2 free daily parking permits per month

     Occasional parking permits ($4/day)  Ridematching services for Duke students & employees

    Overview

    http://www.gotriangle.org/ http://www.bullcityconnector.org/

  •  Bicycle Benefits

     Basic Bike Commuter Courses

     Apartment Finder Map (transit-oriented housing)

     Van Services

     Emergency Ride Home

     2,300 + Bike Parking Spaces

     Campus Car-share Program

     GoTriangle Trip Planner

     Real-time Transit Tracking Tool

    Support Programs

  • User Benefit Duke Benefit

    Lower/No Parking Cost Reduced Carbon Footprint

    Gas Savings Employee Benefits

    Less Vehicle Wear & Tear Parking Construction Savings

    Stress-free Commute Lower Parking Operation Costs

    Personal Health/Well-being Improved Parking Management

    Time Management Student Support Services

    Community Connection Employee Health

    Personal Environmental Stewardship, Feel Good

    Model Campus for Sustainability, Peer Leader

    Benefits of TDM

  •  Leverage parking pricing

     Ensure convenience

     Provide infrastructure