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BU as a Sustainable Energy Learning Lab

With the broad set of operational issues being addressed, Boston University is well suited as a learning laboratory for sustainability. Over the course of the past year sustainability@BU and Facilities Management & Planning partnered with mechanical engineering associate professor, Michael Gevelber and two of his students to explore what it would take to get Earth […]

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West Campus Wins Fall 2014 Energy Challenge

With an extraordinary rise in the ranks—shooting to from last place in 2013 to first place this year— West Campus won the second Dorm Energy Challenge by reducing their electricity consumption 2%. Two percent doesn’t sound like very much, but understanding that the first competition ran at the same time last year is important. Student […]

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New Energy & Environmental Sustainabilty Concentration Offered for MBA Students

A new concentration in Energy and Environmental Sustainability (EES) is being introduced to the MBA program as a part of the school’s continued commitment to sustainability-focused education. The EES concentration is aligned with Questrom’s mission to prepare innovative and ethical leaders who understand the impact of business on society and create value for the world. […]

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Q&A with Brad Mount

Agganis Arena staff member, Brad Mount, discusses his thoughts on sustainability in this Q&A as part of our What You’re Doing series focusing on the sustainable actions of faculty, staff, and students at BU.

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2014 Eco Rep Symposium

It’s not every day that passionate environmental stewards from colleges and universities across the northeast region have the chance to share ideas and collaborate but when they do, the results are inspiring. Six Boston University students joined over 180 students hailing from 30 other colleges and universities across the northeast region to participate in the […]

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