Robert Socolow, a Princeton professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, has received the Keystone Award for Leadership in the Environment, which recognizes contributions to solving society's environmental problems.
Archive – September 2010
A video on Princeton News profiles Princeton’s U-Bikes program and the Cyclab, which support sustainable transportation on campus. U-Bikes is a student-run organization that rents refurbished bicycles to students, faculty and staff for $15 per semester. The Cyclab, a cooperative repair shop, maintains the bicycles used by the U-Bikes group.
With almost 60 new bottle filling stations added to Residential Colleges this summer, students will have easy access to free filtered water. Freshmen will receive complimentary water bottles during move in this year, with a map of campus locations where they can be filled.
The second Sustainability Open House will introduce members of the University and surrounding communities to the latest green campus and local initiatives. In addition to community participants from a wide array of non-profit, government, and business organizations, participating will be representatives from Princeton University’s Sustainability Working Groups, academic and research programs, student initiatives, and campus programs. An electric and low-emission vehicle display and a susta