Courses

ENBUS 308: Sustainability Management Standards and Auditing

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2019
Standards and auditing approaches used for sustainability management are examined. Public standards, like those from the International Organization for Standardization, are contrasted with private standards, developed by specific industries for product transparency and accountability in supply-chains. Auditing practice, as defined by the ISO 19011 standard, is examined including principles, steps, reporting and important concepts. Examples of performance standards and management system standards are explored, covering industrial, social and environmental issues. Lectures may be...
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ENBUS 406: Industrial Ecology: Sustainable Materials

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2019
Industrial Ecology: Sustainable Materials
Sustainability of industrial materials is examined, including resources, production, use and end-of-life. Different types of industrial materials and major applications (buildings, transportation, communications, etc.) are covered. Industrial ecology and management approaches help restructure production systems and support sustainable development.
Prereq: ENBUS 204; Level at least 4A Environment and Business students
 
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