The Campus Planning and Sustainability Office (CPSO) is a policy unit responsible for campus planning and sustainability matters.
One of our main duties is to oversee the implementation of the recommendations in the Campus Master Plan.
We support the University's long-term physical developments in terms of campus and space planning, institutionalize green policies and practices to build a sustainable campus, and steer and coordinate efforts in these strategic areas with increased visibility and augmented leadership.
CPSO was established in July 2011 and reports to the Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Administration.
|Posted on 23 February 2015|
To protect the environment, the e-version of CU Alumni Magazine is now available online at Alumni Affairs Office webpage. Featuring alumni stories and reporting University, alumni and alumni associations' news, CU Alumni Magazine keeps fellow alumni connected with CUHK. We invite all alumni to log into MyCUHK Portal or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to switch from hardcopy to e-version now!
|Posted on 13 February 2015|
To promote the green walking culture, ‘Walking Campaign 2015!’ invited over 500 students and staff to take the walking route from the University Station Piazza to C.W. Chu College this year. During the event, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Prof. Fok Tai Fai also awarded certificates and eco-friendly ‘bamboo towels’ to the staff and students who participated in the University’s ‘Walk for Green’ Programme and completed the highest number of walking trips during the Programme. More
|Posted on 6 February 2015|
The University and Go.Asia celebrated the harvest of produce at the rooftop garden of AITB (An Integrated Teaching Building). More
|Posted on 27 January 2015|
Issue no. 7 of Sustainable Campus has been released. Please click here to view it.
|Posted on 6 January 2015|
To share the green achievements of the University with the public, HKAEE has produced a ‘1-minute Green Talk’ video featuring various green projects of CUHK. Watch it here.
|Posted on 31 December 2014|
The Inaugural Issue of MoCC (Museum of Climate Change) e-newsletter has been released. Please click here to view it.
|Posted on 3 December 2014|
The Green Office Programme (GO!) has launched the ‘GO!’ Green Awards game and is inviting CUHK staff and members of the ‘GO!’ to share green office ideas. Winners are awarded energy use meters. Click here to find out more and join the game! Submission deadline: 31 Jan 2015
|Posted on 27 November 2014|
The ‘Love Food Hate Waste @ CUHK’ website has been launched! Click here to learn about the campaign and access useful resources. Students and staff are welcome to contribute tips that will be posted on the ‘Tips to “love food”’ page monthly.
|Posted on 17 November 2014|
Phase 3 of the Green Office Programme (GO!) was successfully launched on 17 November 2014. At the Launch Ceremony and Briefing Session held at Yasumoto International Academic Park, Professor Fung Tung, Associate Vice-President, welcomed 76 administrative, academic and research units to ‘GO!’ and gave a presentation on CUHK’s green vision and a brief intro to ‘GO!’. Flora Lee of the Campus Planning and Sustainability Office gave a presentation on Guidelines and tips to implementing action items in the ‘GO! Checklist’. The Launch Ceremony also marked the mandatory participation in ‘GO!’ by all CUHK offices, one of the mid-term targets set by the University. Currently, a total of 183 CUHK offices have joined ‘GO!’.
Photos from the Green Office Programme (GO!) Phase 3 Launch Ceremony and Briefing Session held on 17 Nov 2014 can now be viewed here.
|Posted on 13 October 2014|
Issue no. 6 of Sustainable Campus has been released. Please click here to view it.
|Posted on 8 October 2014|
Issue 172 of University MarketPlace, titled ‘From Rocky to Greeny’, was published. This issue features the green initiatives of students, the University’s plans for sustainable development, green buildings, sustainability-related programmes, the ‘Walk for Green’ Campaign and the ecological diversity on campus. Click here to view it.
|Posted on 1 August 2014|
The Committee on Campus Sustainability (CCS) and the Committee on Campus Environment (CCE) were merged on 1 August 2014 and the roles of CCE have been taken up by CCS or relevant operation units.
|Posted on 2 May 2014|
CUHK won the Gold Award for the Public Organizations and Utilities Sector at the 2013 Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence, making it the first public organization in this sector to win the award twice. Since its launch in 2008, the HKAEE has been the most prestigious environmental award scheme in Hong Kong.
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