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reducing Princeton's energy use and waste
Sustainable Princeton would like to determine the town’s solar capacity. The Department of Energy is providing incentives for “community shared solar” initiatives in several other states. Would a community shared solar program be appropriate and feasible for Princeton?
How can Princeton increase the rate at which organic and food waste is recycled? Some local businesses have contracts with waste haulers, but there are opportunities for more organic or food waste to be composted for business owners and residents. How have other communities made this process more profitable?
In the summer of 2013 a student intern visited local businesses to inform them of ways in which they could adopt more sustainable practices that would save them money. What are the best ways to convey this information to religious institutions? What are examples of successful programs and initiatives through religious institutions that have resulted in an increase in sustainable behaviors?
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