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Sustainability education series

  1. 1. The Sustainability Education Series provides online educational modules that focus on how to incorporategreen practices and social responsibility into the workplace.Sustainability Education SeriesSustainability PlanningSustainability Has a History• What is Sustainability?• Threats to Sustainability• Efforts to Promote SustainabilityPlanning Policies for Governmentand Business• Why Plan?• Economic, Social, and EnvironmentalIndicators• Impact of Sustainability Planning• Sustainability Planning ProgramsIntroduction to Action Initiatives• Sustainability Planning Actions• Positioning and Branding• Sustainability and EconomicsWaste Streams for Consideration• Waste Management• Implementing a Waste Management ProgramPlan Design and Implementation• The Need to Design an Energy Plan• Developing an Energy Plan• Implementing an Energy PlanSocial Responsibility• Social ResponsibilityGuidelines for Transparency forYour Stakeholders• Guidelines for Providing Transparency forYour StakeholdersBasic Training of RenewableEnergy• Renewable Energy• Types of Renewable EnergyLeadership and Administration• Environmental Policy Making• Leading an Environmental Outreach Effort• Rebates and IncentivesGreen Building, Systems, andMaterialsGreen Building and Renovations• Green Building and RenovationDriving Forces for Change• Reasons for ChangeConstruction• Green Construction Risks©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813)
  2. 2. Sustainability Education SeriesGreen Construction RiskAssessments• Identifying Green Construction Risks• Assessing Risksand Standards• Green Building StandardsEnergy Ratings and Systems• Energy Standard OrganizationsCase StudiesCase Studies• High School Case StudyGreen Building: Adding to theBottom Line• Green Building EconomicsGreen Supply ChainManagementLeadership, Assessment, and LifeCycle Analysis• Supplier Sustainability Assessment• Life Cycle Analysis• Hidden Costs• TermsGuiding Your Company’s Plan• Decision-Making Framework Success Story• Materials Management Success StoryWaste ManagementWaste Concepts are a Part ofHistory• History of Waste Management• History of RecyclingTracking and Transporting Waste• Tracking Waste• Transporting WasteSolid Waste Principles• Handling Solid WasteWhat Can be Recycled?• Daily Products Recycled• Commercial Recycling• Hazardous Recyclable MaterialsA Plan to Begin Managing YourWaste• Organizing a Plan• Implementing the PlanContractual Guidelines are a Must• Effective Waste Management©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813)
  3. 3. Sustainability Education SeriesTransportation and GreenFleet ManagementIntroduction to Green FleetConcepts• Purpose• MethodsAlternative Fuel Overview• Alternative Fuel Overview• Diesel Engine TechnologiesGreen Fleet Case Studies• Case StudiesGreen Transportation Saves on theBottom Line• Cost SavingsSustainability PurchasingPracticesConcepts in Green Purchasing• Green Purchasing• Achieving Green Purchasing• Design for the Environment (DfE) ProgramInvolve Your PurchasingDepartment in Sustainability• Needs for a Green Business• CostsGreen Cleaning PracticesBecoming Familiar with GreenCleaning Concepts• Chemical Cleaning Agent Hazards• Alternative Green Cleaning Agents• Sick Building SyndromeChanging Your Cleaning Practices• 10 Steps to Implementing a Green CleaningProgramEnvironmental and CarbonAccountingGeneral EnvironmentalManagement System (EMS)Guidance• Value of an EMS• Four Goals of an Effective EMS Program• Key Elements of an EMSInternational Standards• International Standards• Role of International StandardsEnvironmental Management SystemImplementation• EMS Implementation RoadmapPlanning for EnvironmentalAccountability• Environmental Accounting• Sustainability Planning©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813)
  4. 4. Sustainability Education SeriesTracking Carbon Emissions• Tracking Greenhouse Gas Emissions• Establishing Boundaries• Identifying, Calculating, and Reporting• Accounting and Reporting PrinciplesWaste and Recycling in FoodService• Seven Steps• Case StudiesGreener Food Service Practices• Environmentally Preferable Products andServices• Recycled/Compostable Products• Cost ConsiderationsIntroduction to Renewable Energy• Introduction to Renewable Energy• Common Sources of Renewable Energy• Advantages of Renewable Energy• Government Efforts to Expand RenewableEnergy UsageIdentifying Local RenewableResources• Local Renewable Sources• Renewable Sources Currently in Use Locally• Making Better Use of Local RenewableSourcesWaste-to-Energy Saves Money!• What is Waste-to-Energy?• How does Waste-to-Energy Work?• What are the Advantages of Converting wasteto Energy?ResourcesLearn About Water Conservationfrom the Healthcare Industry• Where the Water Goes• Green Practices• Green TechnologyWater Filtering Options and Storage• Methods of Filtering Water• Ways to Store WaterPreventing Stormwater Pollution• Stormwater Pollution• Pollution Solutions©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813)