Campus sustainability: progress and prognosis

April 2010
Sustainable Industries;Apr2010, Issue 86, p46
In this article, the author expresses his views on how colleges and universities in the U.S. promote sustainable practices, as of April 2010. He mentions the results of a survey conducted by the journal "Princeton Review" in 2009, revealing the impact of the sustainability efforts of schools on students. He also talks about recycling as the first sustainability activity conducted by schools.


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