Sustainability efforts help to improve building operations and help a school’s bottom line. What’s more, sustainable schools are more attractive to staff and students.
Green schools use less energy and water, have shown a reduction in absenteeism and an increase in student performance, and incoming freshmen are twice as likely to choose their school based on sustainability factors.
Join eCampus News and a panel of experts to learn more about how universities are becoming more sustainable, the funding mechanisms available to support sustainability improvements, and the first steps schools can take in the walk towards net-zero carbon emissions.
We’ll hear from industry experts:
• Axel Reichert, Honeywell
• Karen Cooper, Director of Offer Management, Honeywell Building Technologies
• Kevin Hogan, Editor-at-large, eCampus News
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