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Table of Contents (Sustainability Impact Assessment)

Table of Contents

Executive Summary


  • Why a Sustainability Impact Assessment?
  • What does Sustainability Mean?
  • Types of Impacts Considered
  • The Easton – Phillipsburg Area


  • Building Design & Systems
  • Transportation
  • Food
  • Educational Programming & Operations
  • Construction

Recommendations & Opportunities

  • Building Systems
  • Transportation
  • Food
  • Educational Programs & Operations
  • Construction


  1. Calculation of Estimated Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  2. Estimated LEED Certification Credits
  3. DVSC in Relation to Easton’s Comprehensive Plan
  4. Recap of Recommendations for the City of Easton
  5. Requiring Sustainability Assessments in City Ordinances
  6. Renewable Energy Technologies

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