- Add renovation policies to the Campus’ Green Building Practice.
- Have a qualified sustainability representative on each campus committee participating in building design/construction, including the Chancellor’s Campus Sustainability Committee and Department buildings committees.
- Publish a draft campus practice for Laboratory Ventilation Standards, optimizing for both safety and energy efficiency.
- Initiate a Smart Lab Ventilation pilot program for at least one building on campus.
- Complete the certification of 25 campus buildings under LEED for Existing Buildings.
- Expand Smart Lab Ventilation Pilot to include multiple buildings, including new lab construction projects such as Henley Hall and Bioengineering.
- Expand personnel resources at EH&S and Facilities to support the safe, efficient operation of smart labs on campus.
- Obtain, in collaboration with other UCs, a CalOSHA variance for the safe operation of low-flow fume hoods.
- Design, construct, and operate buildings, using a closed-loop process, calling for no waste in the construction process and building operation. Barriers at this point are knowledge, such as life-cycle data, and technology. Biomimicry is the impetus for this goal.
- Striving for zero waste, pollution, and net habitat impact.
- Establish a fully-integrated campus-wide Smart Lab Ventilation program/policy.