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Transforming Modern Era Libraries into Green Library: A study

Kimi Mahawariya

Abstract


Abstract: There has always been a focus for bringing about developments in a sustainable way by every nation. Sustainability has to be achieved in greater depths including the academic regime. Libraries which serve as the collection house of all kind of records shall be made green so that they can be made sustainable and harmless to the native environment. Purpose of this paper is to study the concept of Green Library, its importance, how to achieve it and the role which could be played by modern era Librarian in achieving it. The author, in the present study, has reviewed literature about Green Library and LEED standards to present a better picture of the Green Library concept and the role of Librarian therein.


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Bhattacharya, A. (2017) Green Library and its utilities in modern day library service: A study. International Journal of Next Generation Library and Technologies, 3(3), 1-11.

LEED building standards. Retrieved from https://new.usgbc.org/leed.

Soni, Gautam. (2018) Green Library Concept: an overview. ISST Journal of Advances in Librarianship, 9(1), 57-61.


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