Initiatives. Office for Sustainability: For updated and more detailed information, visit https://green.harvard.edu. In 2016, Harvard University achieved the goal of its first Climate Action Plan by reducing absolute greenhouse gas emissions by 30% from a 2006 baseline, inclusive of campus growth. The University’s second Climate Action Plan builds on this progress and aims to use the campus to test promising new solutions that will move Harvard, and the world, away from fossil fuels. The plan outlines science- based goals to become Fossil Fuel-Free by 2050–starting with being Fossil Fuel-Neutral by 2026. Harvard also has a Sustainability Plan that serves as the University’s roadmap for building and operating a healthier, more sustainable campus community. University occupants will make every effort to participate in sustainability initiatives by reducing environmental impacts through actions such as those listed below. o Adhere to the Harvard Green Building Standards requirements for products and designs (https://green.harvard.edu/topics/green-buildings/green-building-standards). o When purchasing new upholstered furniture, and as allowed by code when premises are fully sprinklered, follow the TB 117-2013 flammability standard without chemical flame retardants, which is included in the State of Massachusetts Comprehensive Fire Safety Code 527 CMR 1.00, Section 12.6.3. o Follow the HHI standard for all furniture, and other specific requirements for carpet, wall base, and window shades. Contact the Office for Sustainability, if assistance is needed in selecting healthier materials that comply with the Green Building Standards: firstname.lastname@example.org. o Implement best practice waste management and indoor air quality protection during retrofit, renovation or modification.
Initiatives. A. Office for Sustainability: Harvard University has committed to a GHG reduction goal of a 30 percent reduction from Fiscal Year 2006 levels by 2016, including growth. University occupants will make every effort to participate in HRE sustainability initiatives by reducing environmental impacts through the following actions: During Renovation o Implement best practice waste management and indoor air quality protection during retrofit, renovation or modification. o Adhere to the Tenant Fit Out Requirements for products and designs http://www.greencampus.harvard.edu/theresource/guidelines/. Materials/Purchasing o Procure furniture and other materials that are salvaged off site or from Harvard’s Recycling and Surplus Center; and/or contain wood products that are Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified; and/or contain locally harvested and processed materials (500 mile radius). o Purchase paper and other office products that contain at least 10% post-consumer and/or 20% post-industrial material. o Purchase equipment and appliances with the ENERGY STAR label. Alternative Transportation o Participate in the Commuter Choice program (commuterchoice.harvard.edu). Waste Management o Participate in recycling using the Harvard Recycles receptacles provided. Recyclable materials include paper, cardboard, glass bottles, cans, plastics 1-7, as well as fluorescent light bulbs, batteries, chemicals, cartridges and electronics. o Designate a space for employees to leave surplus or shared office supplies to reduce redundant purchases. o Arrange for surplus furniture and other large office items to be delivered to Harvard’s Recycling and Surplus Center for reuse. Occupant Education and Engagement o Install or enable software that powers down computers when not in use, and ensure that all computer monitors have a “sleep mode” enabled. o Ensure that every employee has a power strip and turns the strip with an “off” switch for electronic devices. o Encourage staff to use task lighting that accommodates fluorescent bulbs, rather than halogen lamps. o Provide mugs or encourage staff to bring their own reusable mugs, plates, and utensils for the kitchen area. Keep the kitchen area stocked with dish cleaning supplies if a dishwasher is not available. o Start a physical or electronic bulletin board for “green tips”, news, and ideas. o Ask the Property Manager for training to properly operate controls, including shades, lights, thermostats, etc. o Advise employees to dress appropri...
Initiatives. The parties will cooperate in developing and implementing joint and separate initiatives to market, promote and advertise the Connectivity Services. A recent presentation by Aircell regarding proposed initiatives is attached hereto as Exhibit H. A marketing team consisting of representatives of both parties will work together in good faith to agree upon an initial marketing plan based upon Exhibit H within 30 days following the execution of this Agreement and will meet at least quarterly thereafter to review proposed initiatives and update the plan by mutual agreement. Each such plan (the “Marketing Plan”) will set forth the initiatives to be undertaken in the subsequent three months (or such other period on which the joint marketing team agrees), as well as the schedule and amounts budgeted for implementation of such initiatives. [***]. Neither the approval of the initial Marketing Plan nor any revision or update thereto will require an amendment to this Agreement. Neither party will undertake any material promotion without obtaining the written approval of the other party (the term “promotion” for this purpose including, without limitation, offering Connectivity Services for free or at discounted test or promotional rates).
Initiatives. 9.1. INITIATIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENTS AND PROCESS Client may at any time, and from time to time, propose an Initiative to Contractor and request that Contractor submit a bid to perform it. Contractor shall submit bids for the performance of each Initiative proposed by Client, within ten (10) business days after the submission of the Proposal by Client, unless the scope of the Initiative is such that ten (10) business days would be insufficient, in which case within a reasonable time thereafter. Contractor's bid for each Initiative shall be based upon the best rates Contractor is offering to other major customers (other than Contractor's Affiliates) for services of a similar nature and scope. Each such bid shall be in writing and shall be responsive to the bid document. In the event Client accepts Contractor's bid or the parties otherwise reach agreement on the terms and conditions of any Initiative, the obligations of Contractor with respect to the Initiative shall be deemed "Services" under this Agreement and the Initiative shall be governed by all the terms and conditions of this Agreement, to the extent that such terms are not inconsistent with those agreed to by the parties with respect to such Initiative.
Initiatives. During the Offer period and until Completion, the Offerors must keep the Underwriter promptly and fully informed of all material strategies, developments and discussions relevant to the Offer and ensure that no material initiative relevant to the Offer is undertaken without prior consent of the Underwriter and in accordance with this agreement.
Initiatives. If any New City Law is enacted or imposed by a citizen- sponsored initiative or referendum, which New City Law would conflict with the Project Approvals or this Agreement or reduce the development rights or assurances provided by this Agreement, such New City Law shall not apply to the Property or Project; provided, however, the Parties acknowledge that City’s approval of this Agreement is a legislative action subject to referendum. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, no moratorium or other limitation (whether relating to the rate, timing, phasing or sequencing of development) affecting subdivision maps, use permits, building permits, or other entitlements to use that are approved or to be approved, issued, or granted by City shall apply to the Property or Project. Developer agrees and understands that City does not have authority or jurisdiction over any other public agency’s ability to grant governmental approvals or permits or to impose a moratorium or other limitation that may affect the Project. City shall reasonably cooperate with Developer and, at Developer’s expense, shall undertake such actions as may be necessary to ensure that this Agreement remains in full force and effect. City, except to submit to vote of the electorate initiatives and referendums required by Applicable Law to be placed on a ballot and fulfill any legal responsibility to defend a ballot measure passed by its voters, shall not support, adopt, or enact any New City Law, or take any other action which would violate the express provisions or spirit and intent of this Agreement.
Initiatives. Invoicing with respect to Initiatives shall be consistent with the requirements approved for each Initiative. Contractor shall identify all Initiative activity invoicing by Initiative and by Client account code (cost center), appropriation number, or other code as identified by Client in writing from time to time.
Initiatives. The parties will cooperate in developing and implementing joint and separate initiatives to market, promote and advertise the Connectivity Services. Neither party will undertake any material promotion without obtaining the written approval of the other party (the term “promotion” for this purpose includes, without limitation, offering Connectivity Services for free or at discounted test or promotional rates).