ISCN Members Share Insights On Campus Sustainability

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Of the many influential thought leaders participating at the 2013 ISCN Conference in Singapore, three were selected by the local organization, Asia Green Buildings, to discuss some of the pressing topics covered at the conference. John Spengler, Joe Mullinix and Julie Newman shared their intimate knowledge and insightful perspectives on sustainability at the campus level.

Green Innovation in Asia's Sustainable CampusĀ 

John Spengler, an ISCN Advisory Committee Member, Co-founder of the Harvard Green Campus Initiative, Director of the Sustainability and Environmental Management Program at the Harvard Extension School, and Director of the Center for Health and the Global Environment at Harvard School of Public Health, shares his thoughts on sustainable building features, occupant involvement, and innovations in Asia.

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Trends in Green Campus and Sustainability Efforts

Julie Newman, an ISCN Advisory Committee Member, Former Director of Sustainability at Yale University, and Incoming Director of Sustainability at MIT shared her thoughts on how campuses around the world are integrating sustainability into their strategic plans.

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Building Sustainability in Asian Universities: Benefits and Development

Joseph P. Mullinix, an ISCN Advisory Committee Member and Deputy President of the National University of Singapore discussed the sustainable building developments underway at Asian universities.

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