Environmental audits are a key to sustainable development. They are a very positive and critical component of a comprehensive environmental management program. They help institutions and industries to achieve sustainable growth and reduce economic and social costs. This is well demonstrated in Kenya’s institutions of learning as shown by the case study of Oshwal Academy Primary School in Nairobi. This book offers great lessons on how environmental audits, if followed as required under Kenya’s Environmental Management and Coordination Act (EMCA), can lead to success. It also shows steps in doing environmental audits. The conclusions and recommendations of this book will not only help institutions but all industries in following the laws, developing checklists and management plans. The book will help policy makers identify gaps when doing environmental audits; the academicians, researchers, environmental auditors, general managers and the educationists. It will also guide the citizens on how to go about doing environmental audits.