The theory and practice of sustainable business recognizes that the economy, environment, and society (the triple bottom line) are
interconnected and interdependent, and strive to enhance the business model so that it can flourish and thrive to benefit future generations.
Economy (Economic) - Economies need human, financial, manufactured, and natural capital. A sustainable business operates through a triple bottom line perspective.
Environment (Natural) - Natural resources are the world's stocks of natural assets, which include air, water, soil, geology, and
all living things, and serve as the basis for human economic activity. Business has a responsibility to protect ecosystems, which
make human life possible, and to prevent and clean up pollution.
Society (Social) - Business has a responsibility within communities to support and enhance human well-being, equity, ethical
actions and operations, quality of life, and the maintenance and care of cultural resources
Peacock Solar Photovoltaic Array
Previous hour watt hours produced
Number of 4 ft. fluorescent lights
powered by solar: ## (watt hours produced/40=#of lights powered by solar)
Number of coffee pots brewed
by solar power today: ## (watt hours current day usage/75=# of coffee pots)
Total Building Electric Use
This page displays Peacock Hall's total
building electric use in several different
ways. These graphs are intended to
encourage students and staff to think about
their energy use and to start decreasing it
when possible. So please, turn off lights and
computers when you are finished with them.