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  • Green & Sustainable BuildingHow Our Colleges are helping to LEED the way!
  • Our Colleges Flex their Green MusclesBy participating in the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system.
  • Community College of Philadelphia-AdditionCommunity College of Philadelphia sustainable elements: High performance exterior that will reduce the building’s energy useGreen roof that prevents rainwater runoff and diverts water into building for use Daylight harvesting to maximize natural light in learning areasRecycled carpeting and linoleum used in interior spaces
  • Columbia University Facilities install "green roofs" Green roofs will help sustain not only the buildings where our students, faculty and staff work, but also the community in which we live.The benefits that green roofs deliver to the environment - include cleaner air quality and energy conservation. Grass and plants growing on green roofs take in carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and turn it into oxygen, helping cool temperatures in the hottest months and cleaning the air supply. 
  • Willamette University Kaneko Commons projectAs a LEED Gold certified project, the Kaneko Commons features water source heat pumps, a rainwater reclamation reservoir and solar hot water heating. Photovoltaic panels not only augment the electricity supply for the building, but also serve as shading devices for residential units and the atrium.The new community also includes an enlarged dining facility in a four-story atrium and high quality meeting and activity spaces.
  • Western New England Collegebuilding was designed to be green from the foundation up. It boasts a geothermal heating and cooling systemsolar heating panels, storm water recovery for irrigationrubber tile flooring, bamboo cabinets, low-flow toilets and Energy Star appliances.
  • Spelman College, Atlanta, GASpelman College announced that The Suites has become the first residence hall at a historically Black college or university to attain the Leadership in Energy and Enviornmental Design (LEED®) certification through the U.S. Green Building Council.
  • Green & Sustainable Power Point

    1. 1. Green & Sustainable Building<br />Click for sound<br />How Our Colleges are helping to<br /> LEED the way!<br />(Next)<br />
    2. 2. Our Colleges Flex their Green Muscles<br />By participating in the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system.<br />NRDC: Building Green - LEED Certification Information<br />(Next)<br />
    3. 3. Community College of Philadelphia-Addition<br /><ul><li>High performance exterior that will reduce the building’s energy use.
    4. 4. Green roof that prevents rainwater runoff and diverts water into building for use.
    5. 5. Daylight harvesting to maximize natural light in learning areas.
    6. 6. Recycled carpeting and linoleum used in interior spaces.</li></ul>Community College of Philadelphia Addition<br />(Design Rendering) LEED Silver<br />(Next)<br />
    7. 7. Columbia University Facilities install "green roofs" <br />Columbia University Facilities installed "green roofs" at 423 West 118th Street (above Radio Perfecto) and 635 West 115th Street, where the Office of Environmental Stewardship is located. <br /><ul><li>The benefits that green roofs deliver to the environment - include cleaner air quality and energy conservation.
    8. 8. Grass and plants growing on green roofs take in carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and turn it into oxygen, helping cool temperatures in the hottest months and cleaning the air supply.  </li></ul>(Next)<br />
    9. 9. Willamette University Kaneko Commons project<br />LEED Gold certified project, the Kaneko Commons <br /><ul><li>As a LEED Gold certified project, the Kaneko Commons features water source heat pumps, a rainwater reclamation reservoir and solar hot water heating.
    10. 10. Photovoltaic panels not only augment the electricity supply for the building, but also serve as shading devices for residential units and the atrium. </li></ul>DesignRendering<br />Kaneko Commons Addition,<br />Willamette University <br />(Next)<br />
    11. 11. Western New England College, Southwood Hall<br />Western New England College<br /><ul><li>Southwood Hall boasts a geothermal heating and cooling system.
    12. 12. Solar heating panels, and storm water recovery for irrigation.
    13. 13. Rubber tile flooring, bamboo cabinets, low-flow toilets and Energy Star appliances. </li></ul>(Next)<br />
    14. 14. Oberlin College, Environmental studies building, Lewis Center <br />Oberlin College, Environmental studies building <br /><ul><li>The photovoltaic (PV) system on the building's roof also works to reduce environmental impact.
    15. 15. Geothermal wells also help to heat and cool the building.
    16. 16. When possible, the construction utilized scrap materials from the rest of the campus</li></ul>(Next)<br />
    17. 17. CSUMB's 'green' library grows skyward <br />Cal State University Monterey Bay<br />Tanimura & Antle Family Memorial Library is not only the largest building on campus, but also the greenest.<br /><ul><li>Many of the library's energy-saving features are designed to maintain a comfortable temperature inside the building.
    18. 18. It's more expensive to cool a building than to heat it, so keeping heat out is the key.
    19. 19. The roof over the spacious atrium features a decorative "wave" design, but its shape also saves energy. </li></ul>(Next)<br />
    20. 20. Spelman College, Atlanta, GA<br />The Suites<br /><ul><li>Spelman College announced that The Suites has become the first residence hall at a historically Black college or university to attain the Leadership in Energy and Enviornmental Design (LEED®) certification through the U.S. Green Building Council.</li></ul>(Next)<br />
    21. 21. Colleges Green Report Card<br />Green Building category looks at the policies and practices of schools’ adoption and use of high-performance green building design. <br /><ul><li>One in seven schools has at least one green roof on campus.
    22. 22. Almost half of schools have green building projects.
    23. 23. The average grade for the green building category was “C+
    24. 24. Almost three in five schools have adopted green building policies.
    25. 25. Almost half of schools have green building projects.Green report Card</li></li></ul><li>Featured College Projects<br />
    26. 26. The<br />End<br />

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