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10 Environmentally-Aware Business Schools

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Georgetown University has already adopted sustainability projects, for example, using fuel cell buses, and McDonough School of Business's Rafik B. Hariri Building is further testament to the institution's commitment. This 179,000-square-foot building earned its LEED Silver certification for water and energy conservation as well as the effort to use low-emitting, recycled or locally made building materials. McDonough Dean George Daly noted in a press release that the institution is dedicated to teaching students about leadership and social responsibility, and the "Hariri Building shows that we practice what we teach."