University Greenhouse Gas Emissions: 2001 - 2009 Report

The Purpose of this Report

• Provide the public with a detailed report that leads to a better understanding of USC’s greenhouse gas emissions profile

• Set the stage for innovation by providing better access to more detailed energy use and greenhouse emissions information

• Further establish sustainably-minded institutional transparency and leadership

USC’s GHG emissions originate from five distinct sources: vehicles (i.e., gasoline and diesel), stationary combustion (e.g., emergency generators and fire pumps), refrigerants, natural gas, and electricity.  The majority of these emissions are a result of electricity use and natural gas combustion.

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The report includes scope I and II greenhouse gas emissions sources for the University of Southern California from 2001 - 2009.