|Submission Date||Jan. 31, 2011|
Director of Sustainability Integration
The Environmental Council (EC) is a standing committee that recommends policy, undertakes assessment and projects, educates the college community, and advises the President. The EC has worked on policy and outreach efforts related to management of college lands, environmentally preferred purchasing, energy, transportation, food, and carbon neutrality. The Environmental Council also awards grants to members of the college community for sustainability projects.
Faculty and Staff members:
Jack Byrne, Sustainability Integration Office
Tim Parsons, Facilities
Missy Beckwith, Facilities
Drew Macan, Human Resources
Liza Lloyd, Arts Center
Carolann Davis, Rohatyn Center for International Affairs
Derek Doucet,Center for Campus Activities and Leadership
Diane Munroe, Environmental Studies
Andrew Gardner, Athletics
Helen Young, Biology
Nadia Horning, Political Science
Marc Lapin, Environmental Studies
Jeff Howarth, Geography
Chester Harvey, Geography
The Sustainability Integration Office (SIO) develops, implements and supports sustainability initiatives at Middlebury College, striving for efforts that simultaneously achieve environmental, social, and economic goals throughout the campus community and college operations.
The SIO works with students, faculty, and staff in many different ways, from supporting independent research projects to working alongside administrators and facilities staff in the creation of green campus infrastructure such as the biomass gasification plant.
The SIO is also responsible for conducting an annual greenhouse gas inventory, which tracks Middlebury College’s carbon dioxide emissions and helps in our effort to be carbon neutral by 2016.
Jack Byrne is the director of the Sustainability Integration Office (SIO) and is in charge of carrying out the duties of the office described above.
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