Environmental Operations of a University

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Patiphan Kerdlap


The university is an organization that plays an important role in producing graduates to advance society. Building environmental awareness is therefore important to create a good environmental attitude. That is in line with the Sustainable Development Goals under the 12th National Economic and Social Development Plan, which is a national reform initiative to solve basic natural resource problems amidst a rapidly changing global situation as well as  to enter Thailand 4.0. This article presents the environmental operations within the university. The purpose is a model for environmental operations. There are operations covering all 6 areas: location and infrastructure, energy and climate change, waste, water, transportation, and education. They use the operating criteria from the Green University ranking criteria from UI Green Metric.


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