Energy Strategies: Bringing a Master Plan to Life

A growing number of colleges and universities across the country are incorporating renewable energy, energy efficiency, and environmental...  More

Campus Service Vehicle Buyer’s Guide

For those who may be struggling to re-imagine ways to save money on campus service vehicles, this must-read guide will explain how...  More

Promoting a Culture of Responsible Sustainability

 Before we explore the many benefits of on-campus green technology and energy efficiency, let’s first consider the role of art in daily...  More

Cornell University Lights a Green Path

Touting savings of both energy and costs, Cornell University recently completed a lighting upgrade project by replacing outdated lighting...  More

Bates College Attains Carbon Neutrality Ahead of Schedule

A year ahead of its announced commitment, Bates College has become carbon neutral. Measured against a 2001 baseline, Bates has eliminated...  More

Brown Pledges to Reduce Campus Greenhouse Gas Emissions To Net-Zero By 2040

The goal to eliminate campus greenhouse gas emissions over the next two decades includes taking immediate steps to reduce emissions by 75...  More

Stanford to Go 100 Percent Solar by 2021

The university's long-range plan set a goal of an 80 percent reduction in total campus GHG emissions by 2025. But the transformation of its...  More

Putting Paper In Its Place: The Case For High-Speed, Energy-Efficient Hand Dryers

In a high-traffic building, the perpetual, twofold mission for facility managers is clear: go green and save green. When facility managers...  More

Cornell’s Green Campus: Putting Plans into Action

Cornell University’s goal to be carbon neutral by the year 2035 is quite ambitious, and everyone on campus has been working diligently to...  More

Testing Matters: Door Performance

In the world of building products, performance testing is common. For product manufacturers, it can be a time-consuming and costly...  More