I'm currently working at a university as the LEED and Sustainability Coordinator. However, my contract here is set to end in June 2010, so I am planning to apply to schools this fall for 2010 admission. My question is about the kind of program and schools that would suit my interests. Through my work here, I have figured out that I am really interested in the environmental uses and wastes of a given area (region, campus, neighborhood). I am drawn to the ways in which we can look at systems to pare down energy imports and waste exports (think LCA for an area). So, with that... any suggestions for schools? I have been looking at Environmental Planning (under that name or something similar..) at MIT, Tufts, Michigan, Berkeley?, Duke, CMU... but I am really looking to see if anyone has any other suggestions? I am open to anything and everything that might fall into a Masters or PhD category. Thanks!! (For the record- my last 2 yrs undergrad were 3.67GPA and I'll take my GREs this summer- if SATs are any indication, meaning another std. test situation, I'll probably be middle of the road 1200 ish).