Presidio’s Take on Greening Universities

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By William Shutkin, PGS President & CEO

Published 7.24.12

A few weeks back, Presidio Graduate School President and CEO William Shutkin attended a meeting of the American College and University President’s Climate Commitment in Washington, D.C. Over the past five years, this group has focused in large part on greening campus facilities and finding cleaner ways to produce energy.

But the big question of the meeting, which was attended by hundreds of university leaders from across the nation, was not about LEED certifications, it was about “What’s next?”

Well, Presidio had an answer for that which was…well, we let President Shutkin explain.

What do you think are the hallmarks of truly sustainable college and graduate school curriculum? Where would you place the emphasis? Let us know what you think.

William Shutkin, PGS President & CEO

We want to hear what you think.
Send your feedback and comments to pr@presidio.edu

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