|Overall Rating||Silver - expired|
|Submission Date||Feb. 6, 2013|
Western Washington University
ER-2: Student Sustainability Outreach Campaign
|5.00 / 5.00||
ResRAP Coordinator Assistant
Office of Sustainability
Does the institution hold a campaign that meets the criteria for this credit?:
The name of the campaign(s):
A brief description of the campaign(s):
Go for the Green is a waste reduction competition between all of Western’s residence halls during Winter Quarter. It focuses on reducing resource use in the following areas: electricity, landfill, water, and natural gas. The program encourages conservation through positive behavior change and community-based social marketing.
A brief description of the measured positive impact(s) of the campaign(s):
o The amount of electricity reduction in your hall each month:
-Receive 40 points per 1% reduction in electricity use
-Receive 75 points per 1% improvement from the previous year
o The amount of landfill waste reduction in your hall each month:
Receive 150 points per 5% reduction in landfill waste**
Change in electricity use calculated from a 2005-2007 baseline average for each month.
Change in landfill waste production calculated from a Fall 2009 baseline.
o The number of Green pledges collected targeting total waste reduction:
-Receive 100 points per 1% of your hall signing pledge
o The number of sustainability focused programs hosted by your hall’s Eco Reps receive:
200 points per program hosted by your Eco Reps during Fall and Winter quarters.
The website URL where information about the sustainability outreach campaign(s) is available:
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