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Carleton Ranks 2nd in Canada and 35th in the World for Campus Sustainability

Carleton Newsroom Summary Carleton University has placed 35th among 780 ranked universities – as well as first in Ontario and second in Canada – in the 2019 UI GreenMetric World University Rankings measuring campus sustainability around the globe. Universities participating in the ranking...

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Larson named Energy Innovator of the Year

Grace Rubin, Carleton Now Summary Martha Larson, Carleton’s manager of campus energy and sustainability, has been named an Energy Innovator of the Year by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE). The AEE is a non-profit organization that focuses on fostering sustainable development in the...

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Carleton Sustainability Representatives Present Session at 2019 Higher Education Climate Leadership Summit

Carleton Now Summary Fred Rogers, vice president and treasurer; Martha Larson, manager of campus energy and sustainability; and Steven Spehn, director of facilities and capital planning , recently presented a session at the 2019 Higher Education Climate Leadership Summit in Tempe, Ariz....

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Carleton College plans for carbon neutrality

This article is featured in the 2019 Winter Issue of District Energy Magazine A new geothermal district heating system will lower emissions and operating costs. Last summer, as the rumbling drill rigs repeatedly pierced the iconic ground of the grassy “Bald Spot” in the heart of...

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District Energy Engagement: What's the Big Deal About Pipes, Boilers, and Decarbonization?

Summary Colleges and universities are leading the way on the next generation of energy solutions. Efficiency, decarbonization, and cost management are important elements of these programs, however, how we involve the people in technical and financial solutions is crucial to success. Carleton...

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