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What strategies can hospitals adopt to reduce their impact on the local and global environment? How might they reduce the carbon footprint of vehicles transporting patients, visitors and goods? This album visits three hospitals which have adopted green approaches to energy efficiency, by cutting electricity consumption, reducing traffic volume, and even generating their own renewable energy. This material forms part of The Open University course T206 Energy for a sustainable future.

By: The OpenLearn team (The Open University,)

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Track 1: Energy efficiency: hospitals

A short introduction to this album

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Tracks in this podcast:

Track   Title Description
1 Energy efficiency: hospitals    A short introduction to this album Play now Energy efficiency: hospitals
2 The hospital as a transport hub    How hospitals face unique organisational challenges as generators of lots of traffic. Play now The hospital as a transport hub
3 Hospital transport strategies    Strategies aimed at limiting private car use at a UK hospital. Play now Hospital transport strategies
4 Making hospital transport eco-friendly    An Austrian hospital has revolutionised its goods and services transport systems as part of a wider environmental strategy. Play now Making hospital transport eco-friendly
5 A green hospital    A British hospital incorporates a range of forward-thinking ideas to cut its energy use by 40%. Play now A green hospital




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