Kennedy Space Center Sustainability Plan

RS&H collaborated with NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) to develop a work force engaging, project-driven sustainability plan. As a result, KSC’s project manager received NASA’s Blue Marble Award for Environmental and Energy Management Excellence. This first ever NASA center-wide plan meets the requirements of Executive Order (EO) 13514, NASA’s Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan (SSPP) and KSC’s Sustainability Vision.

Through effective planning and execution, a sustainability culture is now permeating all of KSC. To increase employee engagement, RS&H facilitated a sustainability planning workshop with more than 100 attendees, representing 18 distinct business units. During the six months of plan development, RS&H coordinated meetings and provided leadership and guidance on sustainability planning. 

The project-driven plan details more than 200 unique projects that energize the center’s sustainability culture, while preventing pollution, promoting sustainable acquisition, increasing process and energy efficiencies, increasing recycling, and decreasing waste and greenhouse gasses while benefiting the overall community.

Project Information

Location:
Kennedy Space Center, Florida

Client:
Kennedy Space Center