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Published on May 19, 2014

Carbon Offsetting at Colgate: Incentivizing Solar Thermal Technology in Hamilton ENST 390
Kristin Karst, Kelly Pittenger, Edwin Amador
Abstract:
Our video is an informative piece that discusses the current sustainability initiatives at Colgate University and potential further action to decrease our carbon footprint. By helping to fund the implementation of solar thermal technology in Hamilton residences through a carbon offset program, Colgate will receive emission credits that can be used to reach our goal of climate neutrality by 2019. In addition to the ecological benefits of decreased greenhouse gas emissions, our project strives to incentivize the implementation of solar thermal technology by providing many other social and economic benefits that would appeal to local residents as well as the Colgate community. (5:00)

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