How To: Reduce a College’s Carbon Footprint

This year I worked with a team of students to review Dickinson’s Climate Action Plan in order to ensure that the college reaches its goal of carbon neutrality by 2020.

Our report will be useful to other higher ed. institutions, many of which have already signed the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC). It should also be useful to other businesses interested in long-term financial gains.

Read our Climate Action Plan Review via the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).

Read our Climate Action Plan via the Dickinson College website.

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About Brett Shollenberger

Brett Shollenberger is an sustainability consultant, writer, improviser, and editor specializing design of higher ed. programs and holistic communications strategies.
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