PACES: Cheadle Center for Ecological and Biological Restoration


The Cheadle Center for Biological and Ecological Restoration has demonstrated its role as a leader in sustainability through its Restoration Trainings, its higher purchasing standards and its energy and water conservation measures.

In Fall/Winter 2009-10, CCBER was assessed through PACES (Program for the Assessment and Certification for the Environment and Sustainability) and the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)â„¢ certification program. This plan illustrates the findings of that assessment and provides recommendations for future action.

Preparation for LEED

UCSB has committed to certifying 25 buildings through the LEED EB (Existing Buildings) program by 2012. To achieve this goal, the campus needs the support of departments across campus.

In Fall 2010, Harder Stadium South received a LEED rating of Silver. Harder was the 5th existing building to be certified on campus.

Sustainable Sites

Energy & Atmosphere

Materials & Resources

Green Building

Food Systems

Solid Waste Management

Indoor Environmental Air Quality

Communication & Training

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Sustainability and Climate Action Plan (CCBER) 54.5 KB

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