Sustainability News

Princeton University reports on campus construction efforts that support key sustainability initiatives. 
Princeton Environmental Institute reports on the findings of a new study from Princeton University, featuring Robert Socolow, Princeton professor, emeritus, of...
Princeton University is making campus lighting more sustainable and efficient one fixture at a time. Through the Lighting Efficiency Upgrade Program, the University will...
NJ.com reports: Princeton University has won an $800,000 federal grant to develop technology that captures carbon dioxide and permanently stores it underground to reduce...
Now on Journal Watch: Eight conservation biologists from various organizations and institutions, including Princeton University, found that shale-gas extraction in the...
Can the Environment be funny? We think so. Stay cool this summer! Check out this top ten list inspired by Jenny Price’s class "The Environment Can be Funny," now...
How will you tell the story of climate change? As an official part of Climate Week NYC and in partnership with Positive Feedback and Artbridge, the Human Impacts...
The New York Times reports on Princeton student, Jason Aramburu '07 in the article, "Planting for Profit, and Greater Good."
Denise Mauzerall bridges science and policy to study the effects of air pollution on health, agriculture, and climate change. A professor of environmental engineering...
light fixture made of recycled cups
When assigned the final project to create an "intervention on campus" in Architecture 204: Intro to Design Studio, Sandy Bole ‘16 and Julian Edgren ‘16 set high...

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