Lessons in Smart Management from Administrators, Staff, and Students
At campuses around the country, staff, administrators, faculty, and students are redesigning the basic principles on which their institutions operate from day to day. The winners in this transformation are the global environment, local communities, campus morale, and the institutions' fiscal bottom-line. The National Wildlife Federation's Campus Ecology Program documented these management innovations in a comprehensive new book based on extensive interviews with the people behind the green practices.
Chapter 1: University Purchasing and Campus Stores, pages 21-40
Chapter 2: Landscaping and Grounds, pages 41-58
Chapter 3: Transportation, Parking, and Fleet Maintenance, pages 59-74
Chapter 4: Energy and Utilities, pages 75-100
Chapter 5: Dining Services, pages 101-128
Chapter 6: Communication Services: Office Equipment and Printing, pages 129-150
Chapter 7: Solid Waste Management, pages 151-174
Chapter 8: Hazardous Waste Minimization, pages 175-202
Chapter 9: Evaluating Campus Stewardship Programs, pages 203-228
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