UBC OKANAGAN WHOLE SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN (2016)
The UBC Okanagan Whole Systems Infrastructure Plan (2016) is an implementation framework of the UBC Okanagan Campus Plan (2015). Viewing the campus as an integrated set of systems, the Plan proposes actions to guide the next phase of the campus’ physical planning and design to support sustainable campus growth, community wellbeing and ecological resilience.
The WSIP provides a long term roadmap, proposed performance metrics, and a five year implementation plan, to guide future planning, investment and management in a manner that will support sustainable development, community wellbeing and ecological resilience.
Full copies of the Whole Systems Infrastructure Plan Summary and Part 1, along with individual PDFs of Part 1 and Part 2’s chapters, are available below:
- Whole Systems Infrastructure Plan, Summary
- Whole Systems Infrastructure Plan, Part 1
- Whole Systems Infrastructure Plan, Part 2
For further information, please contact Leanne Bilodeau, Associate Director, Sustainability Operations.
- Plan Goals
- Plan Development ProcessThe emergent Whole Systems Infrastructure Plan is a technical implementation plan arising from the Campus Plan (2015).
- Plan Implementation
- What is Whole Systems Thinking?Whole systems thinking is a method to understand how things (elements and systems) are related, and how they influence one another within a whole.