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A Sustainability Plan for American Tobacco Campus

dc.contributor.advisor Klein, Dr. Emily Lareau, Courtney Rankin, Kimberlee Tucker, Bunny 2011-04-29T18:10:41Z 2011-04-29T18:10:41Z 2011-04-29
dc.description.abstract American Tobacco Campus (ATC) Management has committed to understanding the environmental impact of their campus and making strategic improvements, while reducing operational costs. This Masters Project focused on determining ATC’s environmental impacts by collecting baseline data on the three key impact areas designated by ATC Management: energy use, water consumption, and waste generation. Initial reduction goals were then established and strategies were developed to achieve reductions that would help ATC Management make progress toward achieving these goals. Tenant and employee engagement were additional factors considered in strategic initiatives. This Sustainability Plan for American Tobacco Campus represents an initial assessment of ATC’s environmental performance.
dc.subject Sustainability
dc.subject Water
dc.subject Waste
dc.subject Energy
dc.subject American Tobacco Campus
dc.subject Greenhouse gas emissions
dc.title A Sustainability Plan for American Tobacco Campus
dc.type Master's project
dc.department Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences

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