Sustainable strategies for making green image in University Libraries in Seven-Sister States, India: a study

MANNA, Dibyendu and CHAKRABORTY, Susmita (2019) Sustainable strategies for making green image in University Libraries in Seven-Sister States, India: a study. Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2019 - Athens, Greece - Libraries: dialogue for change in Session 156 - Environment, Sustainability and Libraries.

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Abstract

Sustainable strategies for making green image in University Libraries in Seven-Sister States, India: a study

The study deals with the University Libraries in North-East Indian states (seven-sister states). The problem of the study is to find how far University Libraries in the area are practising environment safety measures to keep a green environment in the library interior and exterior premises. Study population is eight Central University Libraries and six State University Libraries in North-East India. Survey is done through a structured questionnaire based on IFLA green library guidelines as available in the book- The Green Library: the challenge of environmental sustainability edited by Petra Hauke, Karen Latimer and Klaus Ulrich Werner. The study finds some initiatives taken by these university libraries towards environmental sustainability.

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