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1 Older adults' attitudes, concerns, and support for environmental issues in the "New West"Caserta, Michael; Wright, Scott D.; Lund, Dale A.The natural environment has been a missing topic from education and public policy forums concerning an aging society. This study examines demographic trends and several socio-demographic influences on attitudes, concerns, and active support for environmental issues among older adults in a retirement...2003-08-01
2 Greening of Eccles Library: a Case StudyLe Ber, Jeanne M.; Gregory, Joan M.Define greening and sustainability. Outline the issues for libraries. Describe the greening process at Eccles Library. Applying the Four R's. What does it take? The future.2001-10-26
3 Sustainability and recycling initiatives: South Jordan Health CenterAndersen, DarvA presentation on the sustainability and recycling initatives of the South Jordan Health Center, University of Utah Health Care.2014
4 Water bottle filling station and awareness campaignGoal of this project is to work with students to create awareness and reduce the amount of plastics consumed by library staff & patrons. Funded by the Sustainable Campus Initiative Fund (SCIF).2011
5 Green living guideOffice of Sustainability, University of UtahThe University of Utah is proud to be a leader in sustainability. The Wasatch Mountains are a constant reminder that we should all be good environmental stewards. If everyone does a little, we can achieve a lot! The University of Utah signed the American College and University President's Climate Co...2016-08
6 Energy and environmental stewardship initiative: 2010 climate action planYoung, Michael K.From the desk of President Michael K. Young: It has never been an easy task to meet the practical needs of the present without the risk of compromising our delicate relationship with the environment. The dramatic effects of climate on the world have forced us to reassess our way of living and com...2010
7 Greening the library, greening the campusNichols, Karren E.This poster provides an overview of various sustainability related projects implemented by the J. Willard Marriott Library as the result of the library's 2008 Green Task Force Report.2012
8 Sustainability in the collection: an MLS student internship experienceBullough, Emily E.This poster provides an overview of a sustainability internship conducted at the Marriott Library from May to October 2012. Two library science students, Emily Bullough and Jessica Breiman, worked with two librarians and an English PhD student to develop a collection development policy for the subje...2013
9 An assessment of water: awareness, use, education, and sustainability at the University of UtahWasatch Waters Think TankThe Wasatch Water Think Tank gratefully acknowledges the individuals who donated their time and energy, and provided us with vital information relevant to this assessment. The following people visited our class during the Fall 2012 semester and shared their expertise on a range of Wasatch Water issu...2013-01-01
10 Green Team FlyerPatterson, AshleyA flyer advertising ways of greening a department on the University of Utah campus2011
11 Full-scale composting financial feasibility studyMorris, CindyIn June 2005, the University's trash audit estimated 720 tons of compostable food, which was 11% of the overall waste. This study investigated collection of this organic waste. The study focused on 3 areas, since 69% of the food waste came from these: the Heritage Center Cafeteria, the Student Union...2011-08
12 2010 recycling and solid waste reportA presentation of the 2010 recycling and solid waste report for the University of Utah. This presentation includes the accomplishments for the year as well as areas of improvement.2010
13 University of Utah Green TeamsGreen Teams were started to help the University of Utah reach a goal of climate neutrality as soon as possible.2010
14 Become a sustainable Ute!A brochure on becoming sustainable on the University of Utah campus.2011
15 Sill center sustainability assessment: creating a template for future use on campus buildingsGaines, Emily; Swanepoel, WillIn the United States, 80% of electricity consumption is by buildingsi. Nationwide, over 7 billion gallons of water is used each day for landscape irrigationii. The University of Utah main campus contains approximately 300 buildings on 1,500 acres of land. There is currently little data available reg...
16 Paper project 2011Student Affairs initiative to reduce the overall consumption of paper -both recycled and non-recycled2011
17 Modeling of thermal storage tank for heat recovery applicationsRahman, AowabinPresented at the GCSC (Global Change and Sustainability Center) Research Symposium. The goal of this research was to develop a mathematical model of a stratified thermal storage tank containing stationary fluid with hot and cold heat exchangers.The model could be used as a screening tool to allow b...2016-02-02
18 Poverty traps, risk and natural disasters: micro evidence from rural Odisha, IndiaChowdhury, Joyita RoyThe study examines the formal and informal risk coping mechanisms that the rural communities rely upon to protect themselves from the impacts of adverse weather shocks.2016-02-02
19 Impacts of ecological information on shark fin soup consumptionKuntz, JonathonPoster presented at the Environment and Sustainability Research Symposium at the University of Utah, 20172017
20 Edible Campus Gardens University of Utah Facility StudyVCBO ArchitectureFor Sustainability U. A planning document for U of U edible campus gardens under the umbrella of the U of U Sustainability Office.2018
21 Management of dissolved methane from anaerobic effluentsGupta, VedanshAnaerobic digesters in wastewater treatment plants discharge dissolved methane, which usually stripped off to the environment on subsequent handling leading to GHG emission and loss of an energy source. To prevent the emission of methane gas, we utilized a packed bed column as a post-treatment biolo...2018-02
22 Air quality mitigation by government entitites - HB168Office of the Vice President for Administrative ServicesThis report and plan focus specifically on the activities and strategies the University of Utah employs to reduce the emissions of: small particulate matter (PM10 and PM2.5); nitrogen oxides (NOx); sulfur dioxide (SO2); carbon monoxide (CO); volatile organic compounds (VOCs); and hazardous air pollu...2013-06
23 University of Utah J. Willard Marriott Library: sustainability collection development policy reportBrunvand, AmyIn May 2012, the Marriott Library received grant funding from the Chevron Corporation to conduct an audit of the Library's collection development policies as they relate to sustainability. Out of these monies the Marriott Library Sustainability Working Group (MLSWG) was formed to compile this report...2012-10-31
24 Recommendations for greening the J. Willard Marriott Library: report of the Marriott Library Green Task ForceJ. Willard Marriott LibraryThe completion in Fall 2008 of the extensive renovation of the J. Willard Marriott Library and the moving of many staff groups back into the Library presents an excellent opportunity to identify and promote environmentally responsible practices and encourage sustainable behaviors. Recognizing this,...2008-09-25
25 2010 recycling and solid waste annual reportThe University of Utah's Recycling & Solid Waste Programs have achieved great success. This report summarizes these accomplishments for 2010, explains current processes, gives program highlights, and gives suggestions for continuing improvement. Three key indicators help determine the University's s...2010-06-10
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