Princeton freshman Alexander Creely has been chosen as the winner of the scavenger hunt that was part of the Sustainability Open House on Tuesday, Nov. 16. He will receive $400 worth of gift certificates to local green restaurants and retailers.
Archive – November 2010
Yesterday I popped over to the university to check out Princeton’s Sustainability Open House. I figured it’s always good to keep an eye on happenings in your backyard. Princeton had just released this video describing its sustainability initiatives as an effort to “induce a culture change” and “incorporate those principles into our daily decisions.” How successful is Operation Culture Change at this point?
Opportunities for environmental internships were showcased at one table, while another booth demonstrated a device that recovers heat from Princeton's cogeneration plant. Students from Greening Princeton offered sustainable food samples, and artists displayed their award-winning trash sculptures.
With the lure of freshly popped kettle corn and free bike repairs to bring crowds in, representatives from Princeton University's Office of Sustainability greeted students and community members on Tuesday afternoon for a Sustainability Open House.
Artwork made of trash, including hats constructed out of used Capri Sun juice packets, were on display in the Chancellor Green rotunda as part of the Sustainability Open House held Wednesday afternoon.
Princeton Pause has published an informational video on Sustainability at Princeton. Find the link to watch the video here!
Student environmental clubs and organizations are essential partners in the University's ongoing Sustainability Plan.
As part of Princeton's Digital Media Bootcamp, two Princeton students have created videos to introduce Princeton's Cogeneration plant to you! Find the links here.