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A sustainable campus for the higher education institutions in the U.S.

  title={A sustainable campus for the higher education institutions in the U.S.},
  author={Imtiajul Alam},
The green and sustainable campus concept is not something new to US universities, but well-organized and coherent activities to effectively “green” campuses are not that common, and efforts are minor in comparison to the potential of these universities. This thesis investigates different approaches taken by higher education (HE) institutions that are considered successful in their objectives toward achieving a sustainable campus. It also examines the process of integration of sustainability… 

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