U of L did fairly well (B) on transportation, partly because of the free bus and shuttle service for students. Campus vehicles also use some alternative fuels.
The university did very poorly (D) for the "Green Buildings" category and for the lack of shareholder engagement in university endowment investments.
For Climate Change & Energy, the grade was C:
The university has gone to great lengths to improve energy efficiency across campus. New chillers and air handlers in the central plant save $150,000 per year. In addition, several boilers and HVAC systems have been replaced or upgraded. Energy audits have also been performed. However, there has been no formal commitment to reduce emissions or to purchase energy from renewable sources.Under the rubric of the Partnership for a Green City, I'm a new member of multiple committees that will try to improve this score in the future.
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