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While we remain committed to addressing campus sustainability needs, we have made the decision to end the Campus Sustainability Connection newsletter. Please feel free to reach out with any questions to advocacy@nacubo.org. We urge you to explore the resources available on our website.

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Facilities Management

Whether a college or university is large or small, urban or rural, its facilities consume significant financial, human, and other resources. Consequently, managing an institution's physical assets encompasses a broad array of responsibilities, ranging from planning to construction administration to ongoing maintenance and sustainability. Learn more in the complimentary Facilities Management chapter of College and University Business Administration.

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News

New EPA Report Includes Solar and Wind Energy Use in Higher Education

September 8, 2020

While the use of on-site renewable energy systems for commercial buildings has greatly increased in the last decade, higher education still appears to be lagging behind its counterparts in sustainable energy generation.


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  • May 13, 2020

    2020 Sustainable Energy Factbook Released

    The 2020 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook indicates progress in energy efficiency and renewable energy over the last decade.

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  • September 6, 2019

    Top Performers in Sustainability Recognized by AASHE

    Many NACUBO members are included in the 2019 Sustainable Campus Index.

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