When: Tuesday, July 18, 2017 · 11:00 AM PDT / 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 40 Mins.
Most higher education institutions have been doing some form of Climate Action Planning or Utility Master Planning for at least a decade. While many of these plans contain aggressive GHG and energy reduction targets, most institutions are not on track to meet their stated objectives.
Why is traditional planning broken? What lessons can higher ed. learn from other industries to leverage their existing infrastructure, purchasing power and intellectual assets to chart a new course for the 21st Century?
Borrowing from the concepts of agile software development, Dave Karlsgodt, Principal at Fovea and host of the Campus Energy and Sustainability Podcast shares lessons learned from dozens of higher ed. and corporate campuses in North America. How can you speed up your planning efforts to yield meaningful action instead of another 200-page glossy report?