Two more sessions this afternoon. (Five today - long day.) The fourth session of the day was mostly BS. No need to go into specifics -- an 80% non-BS rate isn't bad at any conference. The last session, however, pulled together a lot of fragments, both from the earlier presentations and from life before SCUP. It was a panel on Developing Sustainable Master Plans, presented by a campus energy director and two reps from an engineering firm. A few of the key points:
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