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Measuring the CO2 footprint of the HZ University of Applied Sciences

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Measuring the CO2 footprint of the HZ University of Applied Sciences

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At the moment the HZ does not measure their carbon dioxide (CO2) footprint. John Dane, who is a member of the board of directors has done a pledge during the climate change awareness week, which was organized in December by the HZ students to raise awareness about climate change and the need for sustainability practices and lifestyles. John Dane pledged his support for making the HZ more sustainable; however, in order to do this the HZ needs to measure their current CO2 emission. Only then it is possible to set goals towards becoming more sustainable through reducing CO2 emissions.
For executing a CO2 zero measurement, a tool had to be created. It also had to be possible to keep measuring the CO2 emission on a regular basis. By doing this, HZ management can actually see the impact that their decisions have on CO2. There are a few important criteria for a CO2 measurement tool, because it has to be useable in the future and it should be easy to include certain data in the tool. Furthermore it has to be comparable with the measurement criteria that other universities use.

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OrganisatieHZ University of Applied Sciences
OpleidingInternational Business & Management Studies
AfdelingAcademie voor Economie & Management
PartnersHZ University of Applied Sciences, Vlissingen
Datum2016-08-29
TypeBachelorscriptie
TaalEngels

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