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EAB surveyed Facilities and Estates organizations across North America, Europe, and Oceania during December 2022 to better understand their top concerns for higher ed Facilities. This blog post shares five of the key findings we identified.
EAB convened senior higher ed Facilities leaders for in-person executive roundtables to discuss how transformational change can be sustained in the coming year.
A public university has two major operating revenues, if one of them doesn’t increase over time……well you get it. Budgets have been, and always will be in my experience, “tight.” It makes it difficult to gain approval of expenditures that are perceived to not be in the “here and now.” With this knowledge and having worked the duration of my career in my university’s finance division, naturally one of my first thoughts when evaluating a project of any kind is value proposition……does it work financially?
Choose from a menu of over 100 higher ed sustainability initiatives, complete with prioritization guidance and higher ed case studies.
This blog shares the highlights of a recent discussion with chief sustainability officers on their experiences with creating and implementing sustainability and climate action plans.
This resource will help sustainability leaders better focus their sustainability plans and then achieve their goals by principled cross-campus stakeholder coordination.
As academic leaders prioritize sustainability initiatives and consider future investments, learn how college campuses can categorize next steps.
Campuses often see energy consumption and costs slowly escalate throughout a building’s lifetime. Many levers are available for managing energy costs in colleges and universities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has stretched Facilities and Estates organizations to the limit, creating new challenges and exacerbating existing ones. Leaders are therefore rethinking how to manage the physical campus, creating change and driving innovation.
EAB held a working session where we discussed the various approaches institutions around the world have deployed to pursue carbon net-zero status, analyzed the costs and benefits of various next-gen efficiency efforts, and considered new stakeholders to engage in sustainability efforts across campus.