In 2010, Colgate University reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 17 percent (from 17,323 tons in 2009 to 14,505 tons in 2010). This reduction is mainly the result of conservation and efficiency projects through a 24 percent decrease in fuel oil consumption, a 4 percent decrease in electricity consumption, a 33 percent decrease in paper use, and a 4 percent decrease in landfill waste. 2010
2010 Greenhouse Gas Emissions InventoryBy Sustainability Office on January 11, 2010
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