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Make sure to "Turn Em Out" to support Cal Poly's Green Campus November Awareness month. Turn Em Out is an awareness campaign encouraging students to turn out their lights and other electric appliances when they are not in use.
Smith College unveils Building Dashboard, enabling students, faculty and alumnae to view energy and water use in campus houses and buildings. From Deirdre Manning, Office of Environmental Sustainability: "The dashboard is a device for unifying and uniting the Smith community."
Students at Quinnipiac University ask, "What's your impact?" in video promoting new Building Dashboard that monitors and displays electricity consumption in real time for more than 20 buildings across three campuses.
Elonís sixth POWERless energy competition, which encourages students to conserve energy in residential buildings, ended this week with savings equivalent to preventing 23 tons of coal from being burned (32 tons of carbon dioxide emissions).
With over 4,000 students Stevenson High School is the first public high school in the nation to receive LEED Gold certification for an existing facility from USGBC, making it one of the greenest schools in the country and a model for the community.
The fifth Reduce Your Use competition kicked off Monday and will continue until the end of the month. Students can earn the chance to share a scoop of ice cream with President Gary Ransdell if their dorm can reduce their energy usage the most.
The Office of Sustainability, working with various University departments, oversees programs that promote interactive ways to experience Princeton's achievements in conserving resources. This summer the University installed its first energy monitoring dashboard.
Quinnipiac is equipping students with personal electricity, heating and cooling consumption information in a variety of academic and residential buildings across the University's three campuses, with plans to roll out real-time electricity reduction competitions
The Indianapolis City-County Building, a 50-year old downtown landmark constructed at a time when energy efficiency and green technology weren't a top priority, is benefitting from a series of "deep energy retrofit" improvements, including the use of Building Dashboard
The 11-year-old Yahoo!, Inc. headquarters earned LEED Gold certification from U.S. Green Building Council -- one of the largest corporate campuses to include LEED Gold certified buildings to date, and the first corporate campus to gain certification as a multi-building property