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Interdisciplinary Environmental Education: Communicating and Applying Energy Efficiency for Sustainability
(Routledge: Taylor and Francis Group, 2005)
This paper demonstrates that interdisciplinary alliances on environmental education projects can effectively address the gap between complex environmental problems in the real world and disciplinary curricula in a university. ...
Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Inducing Energy Conservation and Distributed Generation from Elimination of Electric Utility Customer Charges
This paper quantifies the increased green house gas emissions and negative effect on energy conservation (or “efficiency penalty”) due to electric rate structures that employ an unavoidable customer charge. First the extent ...
Energy Service Companies as a Component of a Comprehensive University Sustainability Strategy
The sustainability deficit observed in modern universities is not necessary to fulfill the education, research, or administrative functions of the university system, because a vast quantity of natural resources are currently ...