Carbon Neutrality at the IAIA: Reducing the Institute of American Indian Art's Carbon FootprintPublic
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In 2010 the IAIA committed to becoming a carbon neutral campus, but since then their carbon emissions have increased. The goal of this project was to help the IAIA move forward on the path towards carbon neutrality. Based on a campus survey and product research and evaluation we identified programs and technologies to help the IAIA make progress towards their goal, by introducing solar power, implementing LED lighting, and improving conservation awareness via metering systems to monitor energy and gas consumption on campus.
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