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How Green Is My Library?

2.8 of 5 stars 2.80  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  2 reviews
While there is a broad spectrum of ecological sophistication within libraries nationwide and some regions are at the forefront of sustainable of sustainable design and operations, others are just beginning or have yet to integrate materials recycling into their daily practice. A few jurisdictions are mandating LEED certified buildings and carbon-neutral practices, while ot ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published December 1st 2009 by Libraries Unlimited (first published 2009)
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Checklists on page 57 & 61 would be a useful place to start doing a full building assessment of green efforts. Chapter 5 has both big picture and small picture suggestions, which is nice.

The banning space heaters option would be quite unpopular in my library! Installing water filters on the faucets would save us at least $1,000 a year. That would be nice.

My biggest challenge is how to get other people energized & active. Mission impossible?
Michele Velthuizen
Skimmed through this book rather than read it. May consult it again when the time comes to renovate the library completely. Bit too dry. Was hoping for more practical tips and visuals of model green libraries. Great cover though...
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