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The Sustainable Learning Community
One University’s Journey to the Future
John Aber, ed.; Tom Kelly, ed.; Bruce Mallory, ed.




New Hampshire
2009 • 288 pp. 12 illus. 6 x 9"
Ecology & Environmental Studies / Sustainability

$29.95 Paperback, 978-1-58465-771-2
$24.99 Ebook, 978-1-58465-837-5

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Case studies from the University of New Hampshire explore all the dimensions of sustainability in campus life, combining frugality and creativity

University communities have the potential to serve as models in the development and application of sustainability principles and practices, not only by what they teach and study, but also by how they operate facilities and engage with off-campus partners. With the oldest endowed campus-wide sustainability program in the country, established in 1997, the University of New Hampshire has become a leader in advancing a campus culture of sustainability. The UNH experience provides a unique window into the development of a new and integrated approach to teaching, learning, research, and operations. It is also a valuable guide for other institutions that aim to enhance the quality of campus life while reducing their environmental footprint. The book’s organization along four functional domains (curriculum, operations, research, and engagement) allows faculty, staff, students, and managers to focus on sections of particular relevance to their university roles. Each chapter develops standards of best practices and presents interesting case studies to humanize the larger effort.

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JOHN ABER is Professor of Environmental Science and former Vice President for Research, University of New Hampshire. TOM KELLY is Chief Sustainability Officer and Director, Office of Sustainability Programs.
BRUCE MALLORY is Provost and Executive Vice President.



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