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Green Audit – a Step Towards Environmental Sustainability

EasyChair Preprint no. 7650

5 pagesDate: March 29, 2022


Several environmental and ecological crises have emerged from fast urbanisation and economic development on a local, regional, and global scale. In light of this, it is vital that the institute adopt the Green Campus concept, which will promote to long-term development. The audit's goal is to ensure that the institution's activities are in line with its environmental policy. Preparation and completion of a questionnaire, physical examination of the campus, observation and review of documentation, key person interviews, data analysis, measurements, and suggestions are all part of the technique. Water conservation, tree planting, waste management, paperless work, alternative energy, and biodiversity mapping are some of the aspects of 'Green Campus' that it works on. Keeping this in mind, the audit's specific objectives are to assess the adequacy of the environmental management control system, as well as the degree to which the Departments are in conformity with applicable rules, policies, and standards. It has the potential to have a significant impact on student health, learning, and the environment in college. The audit's criteria, procedures, and recommendations are all dependent on the risks that have been discovered.

Keyphrases: Biodiversity, Environmental, environmental policy, Green Audit, Green Campus, Management Control System

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  author = {Chetna Shelke},
  title = {Green Audit –  a Step Towards Environmental Sustainability},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 7650},

  year = {EasyChair, 2022}}
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