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UBC Farm through a Sustainable Lens This is a Canadian created resource(CC BY)

This page will use the University of British Columbia Farm as a case study to demonstrate sustainable design approaches, measures, and practices. The building industry currently contributes about 40% of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere globally. The ecosystem approach to sustainable design will be explored, using the Farm as the ecosystem in question.

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<h1>Case Studies</h1> <h1>Case Studies</h1>
<a href="http://cases.open.ubc.ca/ubc-farm-through-a-sustainable-lens/">UBC Farm through a Sustainable Lens</a> <img src="https://opentextbc.ca/oerdiscipline/wp-content/uploads/sites/213/2017/11/icons8-canada-map-50.png" alt="This is a Canadian created resource" width="50" height="50" class="alignleft size-full wp-image-729" />(CC BY) <a href="http://cases.open.ubc.ca/ubc-farm-through-a-sustainable-lens/">UBC Farm through a Sustainable Lens</a> <img src="https://opentextbc.ca/oerdiscipline/wp-content/uploads/sites/213/2017/11/icons8-canada-map-50.png" alt="This is a Canadian created resource" width="50" height="50" class="alignleft size-full wp-image-729" />(CC BY)
This page will use the University of British Columbia Farm as a case study to demonstrate sustainable design approaches, measures, and practices. The building industry currently contributes about 40% of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere globally. The ecosystem approach to sustainable design will be explored, using the Farm as the ecosystem in question. This page will use the University of British Columbia Farm as a case study to demonstrate sustainable design approaches, measures, and practices. The building industry currently contributes about 40% of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere globally. The ecosystem approach to sustainable design will be explored, using the Farm as the ecosystem in question.
Nov 15, 2018
<h2>Case Studies</h2>  <h1>Case Studies</h1>
<a href="http://cases.open.ubc.ca/ubc-farm-through-a-sustainable-lens/">UBC Farm through a Sustainable Lens</a> <img src="https://opentextbc.ca/oerdiscipline/wp-content/uploads/sites/213/2017/11/icons8-canada-map-50.png" alt="This is a Canadian created resource" width="50" height="50" class="alignleft size-full wp-image-729" />(CC BY) <a href="http://cases.open.ubc.ca/ubc-farm-through-a-sustainable-lens/">UBC Farm through a Sustainable Lens</a> <img src="https://opentextbc.ca/oerdiscipline/wp-content/uploads/sites/213/2017/11/icons8-canada-map-50.png" alt="This is a Canadian created resource" width="50" height="50" class="alignleft size-full wp-image-729" />(CC BY)
This page will use the University of British Columbia Farm as a case study to demonstrate sustainable design approaches, measures, and practices. The building industry currently contributes about 40% of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere globally. The ecosystem approach to sustainable design will be explored, using the Farm as the ecosystem in question. This page will use the University of British Columbia Farm as a case study to demonstrate sustainable design approaches, measures, and practices. The building industry currently contributes about 40% of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere globally. The ecosystem approach to sustainable design will be explored, using the Farm as the ecosystem in question.