The Green Campus: Meeting the Challenge of Environmental Sustainability

SEEK Updated
10/12/2015
Resource Types: 
Book/Magazine
Abstract: 

This sustainability anthology explores the meaning of genuine environmental sustainability—in global and local terms—while profiling excellent campus environmental programs. The book offers guidance and inspiration to campus leaders and advocates who promote sustainability within institutions of higher education, and addresses these fundamental questions:

  • What does it mean to be a green campus?
  • Is it possible for educational institutions to effectively reduce their sizable environmental footprints?
  • How can individuals make a difference and successfully advocate more environmentally sustainable campus operations?
  • Is the education community poised to create solutions to our most vexing environmental problems?
  • This comprehensive resource is a vital tool that administrators, faculty, staff, students, and concerned citizens can use to help the education community serve a higher purpose.

    ISBN: 1-890956-46-5

    Author: 
    Walter Simpson
    Topic Areas: 
    Sustainability
    Education
    Target Audience: 
    Higher Education
    Geographic Location: 
    All Minnesota
    Outside Minnesota
    Fee: 
    Yes
    Cost: 
    check with publisher
    Library loan: 
    No
    Is training required?: 
    No
    Seasonal: 
    No
    Contact(s) or order information.: 

    APPA
    1643 Prince Street
    Alexandria, VA 22314
    Phone 703-684-1446
    Fax 703-549-2772
    https://www.appa.org//Bookstore/product_browse.cfm?itemnumber=436