The Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) Campus Energy Reduction Program (CERP) was established for the purpose of influencing over 10,000 computer users to shut down their computers when not in use, to purchase flat screen monitors or laptop computers and to activate the sleep software for monitors. The program continues to expand its focus to encourage energy conservation more broadly across the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Other Schools, such as the Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health are beginning to model the success of this program.

What is FAS doing to reduce its environmental impacts?

Geothermal, solar panels, hundreds of lighting retrofits, water efficient irrigation, and much much more!

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