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    From left, Martin Schreiner, Paul Worster, George Clark, Lynn Sayers and Diane Sredl display the Maps, Media, Data and Government Information unit's Green Leaf One certificate. Not pictured: John Baldisserotto, Geoff Carens, Vida Margaitis, Ranald Smith, Julia Starkey, Bonnie Burns, Joseph Garver, Louise Baptiste, Whitley Frost and Scott Walker.
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    Staff from the Reference Services and Learning Technology unit display the Green Leaf certificate they received from Harvard's Office for Sustainability. From left, Joe Bourneuf, David Cort, Deborah Kelley-Milburn, Michael Hemment, Stephen Kuehler and Colleen Bryant. Not pictured: Mikel Burt.
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    The Services for Academic Programs unit is one of three HCL units to recently receive Green Office certification. From left, Laura Blake, Cheryl LaGuardia, Susan Gilroy and Mary Beth Clack display the unit's Green Leaf Two certificate. Not pictured: Frederic Burchsted, Mikel Burt, Ramona Islam, Pamela Matz and Kathleen Sheehan.

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December 2, 2010 – Less than a month remains for unit workspaces in Harvard College Library to go green. With the January 1 goal set by the HCL Green Team for all HCL units to reach at least Green Leaf One certification rapidly approaching, three more units recently received certification. Maps, Media, Data and Government Information is now certified at Green Leaf One, while Reference Services and Learning Technology, and Services for Academic Programs units have each received Green Leaf Two.

Several HCL offices have already received certification. Human Resource Services, Houghton Library and HCL Operations have all reached Green Leaf Four. Harvard Map Collection and Tozzer Library have each reached Green Leaf One, with Tozzer planning to continue working on additional levels. A number of other units have submitted their applications and are awaiting certification. They include: HCL Information Technology Services, HCL Conservation, the Judaica, Slavic and Middle Eastern divisions of Widener and Widener Collection Development.