Toward a sustainable UGA
Kirsche, Kevin Michael
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Sustainability of the college campus is a growing trend and complex pursuit. While The University of Georgia is making strides in several areas of campus sustainability, there is much more that can be done. Through defining sustainability, discussing its application to higher education, and reviewing current sustainability initiatives at UGA and other academic institutions, this thesis develops a comprehensive framework to enhance campus sustainability at the University of Georgia. Prioritized first steps are offered to meet the stated goals of the University administration.
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