Green Committee 2
Final Report
26 March 2001


Green Committee 2

   The Publics

   The Universities

   The Students

   The Faculties

   The Exemplars

   The Funders

   The Practitioners

   The Schools

   The Organizations

   Steering Committee

On 26 March 2001 the Green Committee 2 at Ball State University submitted its final report to Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Warren Vanderhill.  Below are links to portable document format (pdf) files which contain the report.

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Final Report
Green Committee 2
Ball State University
Implementation of the Talloires Declaration
The Report Body File:  g2repmain.pdf  (size = 760 K)
Executive Summary .
    The Green Committee Legacy

Developing Action Items
    The Charge
    The Process
    The Action Item Matrices
    The Action Item Categories
    The Action Items for Immediate Emphasis
    The Action Item Tear Sheets
Developing Implementation Options
    The Potential Incentives
    The Potential Targets for Other Activity
The Recommendations
    University-Wide Representation
    Administrative Support
    Ongoing Funding
Closing Comment
    The Greening of the Campus:
      A Multi-Nodal Effort
The Appendices
Action Item Matrices
    File: g2repa.pdf  (size = 981 K)
Action Item Categories
    File: g2repb.pdf  (size = 542 K)
Action Item Tear Sheets
    File: g2repc.pdf  (size = 942 K)
Potential Incentives
    File: g2repd.pdf  (size = 186 K)
Potential Targets for Other Activity
    File: g2repe.pdf  (size = 153 K)

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