ISCN Conference 2007, April 25-27 in Zurich, Switzerland
The establishment of the International Sustainable Campus Network occured in the course of the international kick-off conference held on April 25-27, 2007 in Zurich.
Objectives of the conference
The organizers wanted to provide a discussion platform on recent advances in sustainable campus design and development worldwide, with a focus on sustainable building design, energy-efficiency and renewable energy applications as well as on processes for holistic campus planning and organization.
The conference was devoted to sharing case study presentations on international best practice examples, and to have workshop discussions on energy on campus, holistic campus planning, institutionalization of sustainable campus management, and future challenges.
The presentations and discussions were held at Science City, dinner was at the zero-energy research building ‘Forum Chriesbach’ with the opportunity of a guided tour of this new landmark building.
Plenary and panel session presentations
pdf Presentation - Roland Stulz, Novatlantis
pdf Presentation - Leigh Sharp, Harvard University
pdf Presentation - Therese Brekke, Stanford
pdf Presentation - Peter Hopkinson, UK HEEPI
pdf Presentation - Susumu Nagai, Hosei University Tokyo
pdf Presentation - Rocky Young, Los Angeles Community
pdf Presentation - Roland Brouwer Mozambique, Polytechnique of Mania
pdf Presentation - Kees Christiaanse, ETH Zurich
Institutional Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategies
pdf Panel A1 Alexander Wokaun, Paul Scherrer Institute
pdf Panel A1 Paul McArtain, Dundalk Institute of Technology
pdf Panel A1 Klaus Helling, Environmental-Campus Birkenfeld
Campus Master Planning and Public-Private-Partnerships
pdf Panel A2 Larry Eisenberg, Los Angeles Community College District
pdf Panel A2 Hans Halvorsen, University of Copenhagen
pdf Panel A2 Joseph P. Mullinix, National University of Singapore
Locating Drivers for Sustainability in University Management Systems
pdf Panel B1 Roger Baud, ETHsustainability
pdf Panel B1 Juan Reiser, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
pdf Panel B1 Per Lundqvist, KTH Stockholm
Sustainable Mobility on Campus
The conference was accompanied by a poster session presenting sustainable campus projects and the winners of the international competition «Sustainability at Science City».
Winners of the competition
About 60 decision makers on sustainable campus development and professional experts with responsibility for sustainable construction, energy issues at major campus sites worldwide.
ETH Board, ETH Zurich, University of Zurich, City of Zurich, Philips
This conference was climate neutral