Building Sustainability in Asian Universities: Benefits and Development | NUS | Joseph P. Mullinix

Joseph P. Mullinix explains the benefits and development of applying sustainability efforts in Asian universities.

Asian universities have gone through a rapid development in applying sustainability efforts through various green programmes – of which some are more superior compared to those in North America and Europe. There are more sustainable campuses in Asia aiming not only at mitigating carbon footprints, but also educating the students about eco-preservation, biodiversity, etc. Implementing green action in campus does not always require sophisticated/integrated building automation system – there are some applicable eco-friendly methods to increase energy efficiency i.e. through natural lighting and air conditioning/circulation system.

Joseph P. Mullinix is the Deputy President (Administration) of National University of Singapore. His responsibilities include overseeing the university’s business continuity planning, NUS Multi-purpose Co-operative Society and Campus Green Committee.


About National University of Singapore:

National University of Singapore (NUS) is a leading global university centered in Asia which offers a global approach to education and research with a focus on Asian perspectives and expertise. The organization first broached its sustainability agenda in 1997 by forming the Campus Green Committee (CGC). The agenda is targeted to create a total shift to environmental sustainability in all aspects of campus life by integrating sustainability into our operations, planning, construction, education, research, instruction, and public service.


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