Sustainability indicators: at the bottom line of institutional relevance
Article by Dr. Kelly Cain (University of Wisconsin-River Falls) which examines sustainability performance indicators. The article appeared in the AASHE Campus Sustainability Perspectives Blog on May 18, 2010.
Campus planning--Environmental aspects--United States
Environmental impact analysis
College campuses--Environmental aspects--United States
Universities and colleges--Environmental aspects--United States
Sustainability tracking, assessment and rating system
Sustainable community development
Cain, Kelly. "Sustainability indicators: at the bottom line of institutional relevance." Online posting. 18 May 2010. AASHE Campus Sustainability Perspectives Blog. http://www.aashe.org/blog/sustainability-indicators-bottom-line-institutional-relevance
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