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Greening the Ivory Tower Improving the Environmental Track Record of Universities, Colleges, and Other Institutions

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By: Sarah Hammond Creighton
337 pages, Tabs
Publisher: MIT Press
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Universities can teach and demonstrate environmental principles and stewardship by taking action to understand and reduce the environmental impacts of their own activities. This text a motivational and how-to guide for staff, faculty and students offers detailed "greening" strategies for those who may have little experience with institutional change or with the latest environmentally friendly technologies. The author was project manager of Tufts CLEAN!, a programme whose mission was to reduce Tufts University's environmental impact. After analyzing the campus's overall environmental impact, the team decided to focus on food waste, transportation, energy efficiency and procurement practices. An essential discovery was that to change practices requires the personal commitment and direct involvement of those who have the responsibility for operating the institution on a daily basis. Although the Tufts experience forms the basis for many of the proposals in the book, the story goes well beyond Tufts; the author includes examples of successful practices from many other institutions.


Making environmental change happen - the essential ingredients; buildings and grounds; purchasing; dining services; academic departments, administrative offices and classrooms; laboratories, research facilities and studios using hazardous materials; student activities; greening the ivory tower.

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Sarah Hammond Creighton is Project Manager of the Tufts Climate Initiative.
Handbook / Manual
By: Sarah Hammond Creighton
337 pages, Tabs
Publisher: MIT Press
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As Kermit the frog says, 'it's not easy being green,' but Greening the Ivory Tower certainly makes it a lot less difficult. This comprehensive instruction manual for improving environmental performance on campus (or just about anywhere), offers practical, tried-and-true advice from a seasoned expert in the field. --Julian Keniry, campus ecology coordinator, National Wildlife Federation, and author of Ecodemia
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