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A recent survey regarding sustainability’s importance on campus said it all. More than 61 percent of potential students told the Princeton Review they want campus sustainability data included in college rankings.
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Elevate that basic recycling program you started years ago with a “trash-to-cash” program or “single stream” recycling.
Don’t focus solely on certifications. Look towards enhanced commissioning to constantly fine-tune building performance, and measurement and verification to monitor results.
In as little as one to two years, you can recoup upfront costs while making your buildings more comfortable and energy-efficient.
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While sustainability-conscious organizations have long aimed to be carbon-neutral, a growing swathe of companies are adopting a more ambitious strategy, known as net-positive.
Most campuses are already on the road to basic environmental sustainability. In Green Building News, Bob Best, head of energy and sustainability at JLL talks about the road to a carbon neutral campus.