September 7, 2006
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The C2E2 is proud to make available a copy of "A Practical Guide to Hiring a Sustainability Professional for Universities and Colleges." This is the C2E2's "americanization" of the original guide developed by our partners in the United Kingdom, the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC).
:NEW: C2E2 and Boston College hosted a May 3rd
workshop to bring together environmental professionals and institutional research professionals to initiate a meaningful dialogue on the development of appropriate methods for measuring and reporting on environmental performance. Information about, and presentations, from this momentous meeting are available here.
The start of an analysis of the proposed Academic Lab Rule has been started by David Drummond at University of Wisconsin. Check out http://www.fpm.wisc.edu/chemwasteinfo
Coming this June The C2E2 will be conducting a survey of EMS Practices at Colleges and Universities. Stay tuned for further details.
See the new sustainability website at C2E2 member Cornell.
Please visit the College and University Sector Self-tracking Tool to evaluate this useful new tool for collecting and measuring environmental performance data on campus.
Please visit the College and University EMS web page at www.campusems.org for resources, tools and case studies.
The Improving Environmental Performance area of the website, featuring the new Planning for Environmental Performance Poster also features links to more resources, upcoming events and tracking tools.
Available now at www.c2e2.org/sustainability are tools to assist sustainability coordinators and environmental professionals discuss campus environmental indicators and gain lessons learned.
Lab XL 2005 Progress Report
The Fifth Year Progress Report for the Lab XL project is now available on the web site. Individual reports for Boston College, University of Massachusetts Boston and the University of Vermont are now available.
C2E2 Poster for Measuring Environmental Performance
Environmental Virtual Campus
The Environmental Virtual Campus (EVC), conceived by MIT and the EPA, helps colleges and universities understand how they can achieve compliance through a unique, interactive Web site that demonstrates environmental regulatory requirements for a typical research university.
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Best Practice Catalog
The Campus Consortium for Environmental Excellence received a grant from EPA and has developed an environmental Best Management Practices (BMP) Catalog for colleges and universities. The catalog can be viewed here.