Princeton Environmental Network
PEN is a network of environmental organizations at Princeton. It was formed to facilitate communication among these groups and to make it easier for students to become more aware and involved in environmental activities on campus.
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PEN is comprised of the following organizations:
- Princeton Environmental Action:
PEA is a group that emphasizes action and campaigns on local and national issues.
- Greening Princeton:
Greening Princeton works with the University administration to institute more environmental policies. Current campaigns are focusing on dining, purchasing, and energy. E-mail email@example.com for more information.
- Water Watch:
Water Watch works to raise awareness about New Jersey's water quality through stream clean-ups and elementary school education programs.
- Students for Bhopal:
Princeton's chapter of a national organization dedicated to raising awareness about the 1984 environmental disaster in Bhopal, India. They are demanding that the corporation responsible clean up the site and provide compensation to the families of the more than 20,000 civilians who were killed. For more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The PEN board, comprised of representatives from the above groups, meets on the first Wednesday of every month at 9pm in Murray-Dodge. To get involved in PEN, attend one of these meetings or contact email@example.com to be added to our e-mail list.