The latest campus and local community green initiatives will be showcased at Princeton University's Sustainability Open House from 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 16, in the Chancellor Green Rotunda.
Archive – October 2010
Sustainability. We hear this S-word almost as often as the other S-word. From President Barack Obama, to New York Times columnist Tom Friedman, to Bill McDermott, the co-chief executive of SAP, everyone seems to be talking about it. What is sustainability? The term is often too broad to mean anything and needs to be clearly defined.
Since the University adopted its Sustainability Plan in 2008, the Office of Sustainability and numerous student groups have strived to ensure that Princeton is a national leader in institutional environmental awareness. In terms of reducing both energy use and waste, the University and its students have made great progress. Similarly, there has been a significant attempt to educate the community and convey messages of environmental awareness. While there is much to be commended, there is still r
The University “turned a corner” in greenhouse gas reduction, Sustainability Manager Shana Weber said while presenting the University’s 2010 sustainability report at the Council of the Princeton University Community meeting on Monday afternoon.