Canadian universities need to do more to embrace sustainability

April 20, 2008

In a survey of 20 institutions, researchers from Busby Perkins+Will have found that while many Canadian universities are interested in tackling climate change, they still have a long way to go. Half of survey respondents indicated they turn off buildings when they are not in use, and very few schools are able to measure their emissions. The researchers advise renovating existing buildings and adopting alternative energy sources such as solar and wind power.

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