Short-term intervention, long-term change: Two case studies from the University of Toronto. Tyler Hunt, MA Project Coordinator, Sustainability Office University of Toronto Thanks and acknowledgements to: Elah Feder, non-presenting author Beth Savan, Director, Sustainability Office
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Tyler Hunt, MA
Project Coordinator, Sustainability Office
University of Toronto
Thanks and acknowledgements to:
Elah Feder, non-presenting author
Beth Savan, Director, Sustainability Office
Zannah Matson, Graduate, University of Toronto
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A city within a city
over 250 buildings on three campuses
the U of T community:
Director, Beth Savan
2 Sustainability Coordinators
2.5 Project Coordinators
25+ students/year (coursework, volunteer, part-time work)
less supply air
less energy to condition supply air
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