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A Green Tip from Harvard Law School energy manager Eric Potkin
Devices like televisions, microwaves, scanners, and printers use standby power, even when off.
In this video we explore how facilities teams throughout Harvard are adopting practices to build and operate efficient buildings.
n this video we explore how we're partnering with lab managers and researchers to operate healthier, more energy efficient laboratories.
Students weatherize Harvard's Office for the Arts and Office of Career Services in an event sponsored by the FAS Green Program, Green Building Services, and the Office for Sustainability.
In about four hours, participants reduced the Freshman Dean's Office's energy usage by 30%.
On May 2, 2010 more than 50 Harvard students took a break from studying for finals and picked up caulk guns to help improve the energy efficiency of the Phillips Brooks House in Harvard Yard.
Download this poster to remind office mates to unplug electronics and appliances not in use.
You have the power...to shut down your computer!
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