|June 2012 Announcement:
After 10 wonderful years with the Campus Consortium for Environmental
Excellence (C2E2),Tom Balf our Program Director has decided
to move on to an exciting new position in his home town of
The C2E2 Executive Committee has established
a careful process to manage the leadership succession this
year. A strategic planning meeting was held at Boston College
this past winter and a Request for Proposals has been issued
to identify a new Program Director.
This is an exciting phase in our evolution as an organization.
C2E2 is very well positioned for a leadership change with a
steady membership base, solid budget and strong reputation
as an innovative organization.
This leadership transition will
allow C2E2 to reach its full potential as it moves forward.
We look forward to the next generation of leadership as they
build on what we’ve started and take it to a new level.
We are hoping to have a new Program Director in place by August.
C2E2 has released its 2011 "Campus
Water Recycling and Reuse" survey findings. 42% of campuses
in survey are capturing and recycling rainwater. Only 12% of
campuses are capturing and reusing graywater.
Read more... NEW
C2E2 hosted the 2011 EH&S
Campus Technology Workshop on April 14, 2011 at the
University of Massachusetts Amherst. Event presentations
are now available. NEW
was another busy year for C2E2. Click
here to download our annual
year in review.
C2E2 has updated its survey on the impact of the economy
on campus EH&S departments for 2010.
EHS Recession Impact Survey Results
than half of colleges/universities have a complete EMS in place
(17%) or a partial EMS in place for selected campuses or programs
(35%). The overwhelming EMS priority continues to be compliance,
according the 2010
Benchmark Survey of the State of Environmental
Management Systems at Colleges and Universities©. (5MB download) NEW
a C2E2 presentation on campus financing strategies for carbon
Download as PDF file
Download as Powerpoint Presentation
podcast on Trends in Greening
the Supply Chain from
our podcast section.
March 9th workshop on Chemical Hoods: Balancing Health/Safety
and Energy Conservation was
a success! Click
here to see the agenda, biograhies, and presentations.
EH&S Technology Workshop took
place at Princeton University May 24th 2007. Presentations
are now available in PDF and slideshow format.
C2E2 is proud to make available a copy of "A
Practical Guide to Hiring a Sustainability Professional for Universities
and Colleges." This
is the C2E2's "americanization" of the original guide developed
by our partners in the United Kingdom, the Environmental Association
for Universities and Colleges (EAUC).
visit the College
and University Sector Self-tracking Tool to evaluate
this useful new tool for collecting and measuring environmental
performance data on campus.
out the work of our strategic partner, The
Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges, who is leading the way in integrating
sustainability and environmental management on campuses throughout
C2E2, EPA and other Higher Education
associations sponsored a successful webinar on February 17th
on the subject of Federal Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting.
Tailored to colleges and universities, the slide presentations
can be found here.
Greenhouse Gases Reporting Rule PDF
University’s GHG Inventory Process SLIDESHOW
at a Crossroads
C2E2 booklet is intended to shed light on emerging trends and
issues for campus Environmental, Health and Safety professionals.
XL 2007 Progress Report
Seventh Year Progress Report for the Lab XL project includes
individual reports for Boston
College, University of Massachusetts Boston and the University
Environmental Performance area
of the website, featuring the new Planning for Environmental Performance Poster
also features links to more resources, upcoming events and tracking tools.
Available now at www.c2e2.org/sustainability are
tools to assist sustainability coordinators and environmental professionals discuss
and gain lessons learned.
Poster for Measuring Environmental Performance
The Environmental Virtual Campus (EVC), conceived by MIT and the
EPA, helps colleges and universities understand how they can achieve
compliance through a unique, interactive Web site that demonstrates
environmental regulatory requirements for a typical research university.
The Campus Consortium for Environmental
Excellence received a grant from EPA and has developed an environmental
Best Management Practices (BMP) Catalog for colleges and universities.
The catalog can be viewed here.