Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

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  • Negative Impacts Of Climate Change

    means that the limits of a specific land’s capability to support people and their activities. LEED is one of the organizations that recognize the effects of climate change. They establish categories for new building construction and design to be more environmental friendly. They certified building and rate them silver, gold, and platinum. This shows that the building is using recycle materials and produce less carbon dioxide by selecting local materials. Moreover, it help to create a building…

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  • Ecotel Hotel Case Study

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT It is my pleasure to thank all those who helped me and made my project work a success. I would like to thank my parents who made this research possible and for extending their moral support and patience. I like to thank the Principal of our Institution, Prof. Parvardhavardhani Gopalakrishnan as well as the Project coordinator, Prof. Y.G. Tharakan, for all the patience and guidance provided to me throughout the dissertation period. I take this opportunity in expressing the…

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  • CSR Analysis Of IKEA

    towards the society. To maintain, a social and sustainable company, each corporation performs a CSR report that tackles the company’s economic, ethical, social and environmental responsibilities, in which it communicates the necessary information to its employees and stakeholders. IKEA is a multinational company established in Sweden that designs and sells ready-to-assemble furniture, appliances and various home accessories. Every year, IKEA aims to improve its customer’s life through the…

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  • Compare And Contrast Subway And Mcdonalds

    McDonald’s vs. Subway: Food, Money and Charity Fast food restaurants are everywhere. They are convenient and sometimes less expensive than regular restaurants. But, is that all they are good for and is it just about food? For the purpose of this paper, McDonald’s and Subway have been chosen to compare and contrast the differences from food to their social contributions. Both restaurants are part of the fast food industry but sell very different products. They have different backgrounds but have…

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  • GE Essay

    program. LIG stands for Leadership, Innovation and Growth. LIG is a four day program. It was the first ever effort by GE to bring together all of its senior members of the business management team for training. The LIG proved to be very effective. The purpose of LIG was to make organic growth and innovation an important part of GE much like what Six Sigma…

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  • Green Marketing Strategies And Brand Image: A Case Study Of Starbucks

    and the teacher and classmates are our target audiences. Literature review are the main research method while the questionnaire survey is also been used to support the result. In total of ten weeks will be used to complete the report including the design, data collection and data analysis. China has been developing in impressive growth rate after the implementation of reform and open-door policy, as a result, the middle class in China expanded rapidly (Smith & Hu, 2013).…

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  • Impact Of Color On Marketing And Web Design

    Color Impact in Marketing and Web Design Color is a significant component of visual communication. While impacting our mood, color assists us make a distinction between different elements. All things considered, the impact of color should never undervalued by companies when coming up with modern design solutions, regardless of the goal. When considering web design, color combinations are vital as they would create an impact in the customer’s subconscious. Color attracts, changes moods and…

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  • Case Study: MGM Resorts International CSR

    goal and passion of the company. The Green Advantage MGM Resorts International has implemented an environmental program known as “MGM Resorts International Green Advantage.” The program has five focus areas: energy and water conservation, green building, recycling and waste management, a green supply chain, and outreach and education (Haugen, 2012). Renovations The company tackled their water and energy advancements by renovating older hotels. During renovations the company added new…

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  • Analysis Of Starbucks Corporation

    according to Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) specifications governed by the US Green Building Council. Over the last decade, Starbucks’ LEED-certified locations exceeds 750 stores in 19 countries around the world. As these locations also assist with conservation practices, each store saves an annual average of 25,000 gallons of water. This has helped Starbucks reduce their water usage globally by 23% in 2014; their goal is 25% by 2015. Starbucks Corporation energy efficiency…

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  • The Luxury Strategy: The Luxury Strategy

    consumers. Retailers in various industrial sectors are slowly starting to pay attention to their water usage, raw material sources, and energy consumption as a core concern of their business values. (Elks, J., 2013) The industrial take on sustainability focuses on striking a balance that is good for the company as well as the environment, and vice versa. The Environmental Protection Agency of U.S.A. offers a simplistic view to the term “sustainability” with regard to corporate operations. The…

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