Unity, ME, US
|Rating||Score||Liaison||Submission Date||Executive Letter|
|Gold||68.26||Jennifer deHart||March 22, 2019||Download|
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- Top score
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Sustainability Science-focused and sustainability courses are the core of the curriculum at Unity. Sustainability
concepts are integrated into the interdisciplinary core curriculum such as "Environmental Issues and Insights" and "Environmental Solutions and Scenarios" that are required of every Unity College student.
|Academic Courses||Complete||14.00 / 14.00|
|Learning Outcomes||Complete||8.00 / 8.00|
|Undergraduate Program||Complete||3.00 / 3.00|
|Graduate Program||Complete||3.00 / 3.00|
|Immersive Experience||Complete||2.00 / 2.00|
|Sustainability Literacy Assessment||Complete||2.00 / 4.00|
|Incentives for Developing Courses||Complete||2.00 / 2.00|
|Campus as a Living Laboratory||Complete||4.00 / 4.00|
|Student Educators Program||Complete||3.87 / 4.00|
|Student Orientation||Complete||1.62 / 2.00|
|Student Life||Complete||2.00 / 2.00|
|Outreach Materials and Publications||Complete||1.75 / 2.00|
|Outreach Campaign||Complete||4.00 / 4.00|
|Assessing Sustainability Culture||Not Pursuing||0.00 / 1.00|
|Employee Educators Program||Complete||3.00 / 3.00|
|Employee Orientation||Complete||1.00 / 1.00|
|Staff Professional Development||Complete||2.00 / 2.00|
|Landscape Management||Complete||0.38 / 2.00|
This credit is weighted more heavily for institutions that own or manage land that includes or is adjacent to any of the following:
Institutions may identify legally protected areas, internationally recognized areas, priority sites for biodiversity, and regions of conservation importance using the Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool (IBAT) for Research & Conservation Planning, the U.S. Information, Planning, and Conservation (IPaC) decision support system, or an equivalent resource or study.
This credit is weighted more heavily for institutions located in areas of water stress and scarcity and less heavily for institutions in areas with relative water abundance. The points available for this credit are determined by the level of ”Physical Risk QUANTITY” for the institution’s main campus,, as indicated by the World Resources Institute’s Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas and detailed in the following table:
|Rainwater Management||Complete||0.50 / 2.00|
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