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Green education

A few weeks back, I asked how green your college or alma mater is. Sierra Magazine has just released its annual list of the 10 greenest colleges. From school-run farms to a cogeneration plant that provides 85 percent of a school’s electricity, there’s some amazing progress being made in educational institutions around the country. Read the article, then share with us: What does your school or alma mater do to reduce its carbon footprint?

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  1. Good to hear.


    Posted by Doug Graham | October 7, 2011, 1:31 pm

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