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研究生:Mongush Mellena
論文名稱:大學校園永續性關鍵因素之研究
論文名稱(外文):A Study on Critical Factors of University Campus Sustainability
指導教授:吳泓怡吳泓怡引用關係
指導教授(外文):Wu, Hung-Yi
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立嘉義大學
系所名稱:企業管理學系
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
畢業學年度:100
語文別:英文
論文頁數:67
中文關鍵詞:大學校園永續性關鍵因素環境保護層級分析法
外文關鍵詞:UniversityCampus SustainabilityCritical factorEnvironmental protectionAnalytical Hierarchy Process (AHP)
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大學在我們的社會扮演很重要的角色,因其集中未來領袖並指引導人們。有鑒於大學之龐大的規模、人口、以及在校園舉辦的許多活動,大學逐漸對校園週遭環境和社會產生巨大影響。執是,現今大學應承擔其對社會所有行動、以及提倡綠色環境保護的相關責任。雖多數大學簽訂各式宣言,然而,由於部分大學對永續性缺乏瞭解與對達至永續性之規章認識混淆,故這些大學無法真正落實校園永續性之相關活動。因此,為了達到永續發展,大學必須具備適合且結構完整之校園永續發展關鍵因素之規劃。鑒此,本研究目的係在於決定最佳與最適當之達至校園永續性之關鍵因素。其藉由相關文獻探討彙整歸納出永續性發展之重要因素,並運用層級分析法(AHP)進行關鍵因素之相對權重分析。本研究結果發現,前五項最重要之影響校園永續性的關鍵因素依序為:「入門課程」、「採購基礎設施」、「廢物管理策略」、「節約用水」、以及「跨部門的課程」。期望本研究結果可以提供利害關係人(如:政府的政策制定者、大學管理單位、以及學校之教職員生等)一有用之參考,使其能更有效率且有效果地發展或提昇校園永續性。
Universities are playing one of the most important roles in our society and they are concentration of future leaders and guiding people. Due to their enormous size, population and various activities holding in university campuses, universities have an immense impact on the environment and society surrounding them. Universities nowadays are assuming responsibility of their actions toward society and promoting green environmental protection. Although most of the universities sign all kind of declarations, they do not fully dedicate to sustainable university programs because of their poor understanding of sustainability or confusing regulations in achieving sustainability. To achieve sustainability, universities must have appropriate and well-structured plan on critical factors of university campus sustainability. Therefore, the research aims at determining the best and the most suitable factors for achieving campus sustainability. Based on the important criteria of sustainability development synthesized from the related literature, it employs the analytical hierarchy process (AHP) tool to prioritize the relative weights among these factors. The results find that the top five critical factors affecting campus sustainability are “Introductory courses”, “Purchasing infrastructure”, “Waste management strategy”, “Water conservation”, and “Interdepartmental curricula”. It is hoped that the research findings can provide useful references for stakeholders such as government’s policy makers, university management, faculty, and students to develop and/or improve campus sustainability more efficiently and effectively.
Table of Contents
GRATEFULNESS I
ABSTRACT II
Table of Contents III
List of Tables IV
List of Figures V
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 Research background 1
1.2 Motivation and objectives 3
CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 5
2.1 Sustainability 5
2.2 Sustainability in University Campuses 7
2.3 Construction of the critical factors for university campus sustainability 10
CHAPTER 3 EVALUATING OF THE PROPOSED MODEL FOR ACHIEVING CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY BY AHP 28
3.1 The AHP method 28
3.2 Evaluating of the proposed evaluation model using AHP 30
CHAPTER 4 ANALYSIS RESULTS AND DISCUSSION 36
4.1 Background information of experts 36
CHAPTER 5 CONCLUSION 44
5.1 Research findings 44
5.2 Managerial implications 47
5.3 Limitations and further suggestions 49
REFERENCES 50
APPENDIX A 61

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