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GEOG/EVS 368 Green Economy – Midterm Exam Study Guide

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• Green Collar Economy excerpt • Makower’s Strategies for a Green Economy • Carbon Neutral Cities slideshow • NYTimes Article on Biofuels/Palm Oil • Candice Rupprecht • Henry Johns... tone – GLHN engineering firm (limited slides on D2L, glitch in upload) • NYTimes State-by-State Energy Production article • Kevin Koch – Technicians for Sustainability • Vanessa Cascio – Living Streets Alliance • Krista Hansen – City of Tucson Bicycle and Pedestrian Programs • Jacqui Bauer – RentLab • Mike Peel – Local First Arizona • Alternative Food System Economies Lecture • UA Sustainability Lecture o General familiarity with AASHE STARS as a ratings framework o Major areas where UA could improve to greatly increase its score in AASHE • Overarching concepts o Standards and certifications  LEED certification of buildings o Systems thinking  What is a causal loop diagram generally? (don’t need to have a clear definition, just a general understanding of how to read one) • Importance of building ecosystems of support around new initiatives or to create systemic outcomes in any given sector [Show More]

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