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2020-2021 General Sustainability & Social Justice Incentives Fund ApplicationDocuments & ReportsThe Office of Sustainability Initiatives provides Incentives Funds to support research, campus-based projects, and the development of new rituals to promote sustainability on Emory’s campuses. Creative proposals are welcomed that seek new knowledge, support new behavior patterns, and foster cultural change. Faculty, staff and students from Emory University, Oxford College and Emory Healthcare are eligible to apply. Projects that are centered on the social justice facets of sustainability or highlight the social justice impacts of their project or research are encouraged to apply.
2020-2021 Green Lab Incentives Fund Application, , , , , , , , FormsThe Green Lab Incentives Fund supports laboratories participating in the Green Labs at Emory Program by making funds available for implementing sustainable processes and procedures in Emory’s laboratories. Creative proposals are welcomed for initiatives that seek new knowledge, support new behavior patterns, and make sustainable practices feasible. Grants may be awarded up to $5,000.
2020-2021 Green Office Incentives Fund Application, , , , , , , , , , FormsThe Green Office Incentives Fund supports workspaces participating in the Green Offices at Emory Program by funding sustainable processes and procedures in Emory’s workspaces. Creative proposals are welcomed for initiatives that seek new knowledge, support new behavior patterns, and make sustainable practices feasible. Grants may be awarded up to $5,000. Submit this application to greenoffices@emory.edu by September 29, 2020 to be considered for a Green Office grant.
Emory Healthcare Sustainability Council Mission & GoalsDocuments & ReportsThe Emory Healthcare Sustainability Council was established in September 2009 (formerly the Sustainability in Health Sciences Task Force) to develop a set of recommendations to guide senior administrators in setting goals and year-to-year strategies that will improve current practices or implement new best practices in sustainability for the Woodruff Health Sciences Center.
Emory University STARS ReportDocuments & ReportsThe Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS®) is a transparent, self-reporting framework for colleges and universities to gauge relative progress toward sustainability. STARS was developed by AASHE with broad participation from the higher education community.
Green Labs Certification ChecklistFormsLearn what sustainable actions your lab can adopt, and tell us what you’re already doing, by filling out the Green Labs at Emory Checklist and consulting the companion Green Labs at Emory Guidance Document.
Green Offices at Emory Certification Checklist, , , , , , , , FormsUse this checklist to get certified through the Green Offices at Emory program.
Healthcare Greenhouse Gas Report, Documents & ReportsIf the global healthcare sector were a country, it would be the fifth-largest greenhouse gas emitter on the planet, a new international report shows. This is one of the major findings from the 48-page report by the nongovernmental organization Health Care Without Harm in collaboration with technical advisor Arup.
Healthcare Sustainability: Why We CareDocuments & ReportsEmory University values sustainability in our Healthcare. Use this document to see our goals, accomplishments, and rationals.
State of Sustainability in Emory HealthcareDocuments & ReportsEmory Healthcare sustainability goals and accomplishments as of January 2018
Sustainable Healthcare at Emory University by Lauren BalotinDocuments & ReportsJames Wagner, who served as Emory University’s president from 2003 until 2016, recounts that during his time as president, he witnessed Emory accept sustainability as one of its core values: "The agenda that presented itself was... to move [sustainability] from sort of a moral preference to a moral obligation—that is, to incorporate sustainability as one of the principles of the university… That was one of the accomplishments that I hope sticks around—moving sustainability from an aspiration to a commitment, if you will."