The majority of high school and college students are concerned about climate change. In fact, recent studies have shown that a college’s environmental commitment is a major factor students consider when deciding which institute of higher learning they’ll attend. So how can your school or university show its willingness and commitment to take meaningful action around sustainability?
In this white paper, you’ll learn how to reduce carbon emissions, energy costs and energy usage for your campus in ways that make the learning experience more comfortable and address the climate concerns of students, faculty and the community.
From installing smart LED lighting and solar power to investing in energy storage and microgrids, the paper outlines 5 key ways you can demonstrate your commitment to sustainability. The author also presents mini case studies that illustrate the results other schools or universities have seen by taking these steps.
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