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March 2nd, 2010
Williams currently has evacuated tube solar collectors on Fort Hoosac, a graduate dorm. (Photo: Williams College)
From Green Right Now Reports
The Roberts Environmental Center at Claremont McKenna College released an analysis of sustainability reporting for the Top 50 U.S. liberal arts colleges. The report contains a compilation of Pacific Sustainability Index (PSI) scores evaluating the environmental and social reporting of these colleges. PSI scoring is based on the transparency, intent, and performance for both environmental and social issues.
The top 10 in overall sustainability are:
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Tags: · Amherst College, Bard College, Bucknell University, Claremont McKenna College, Colorado College, Gettysburg College, Haverford College, Mount Holyoke College, Oberlin College, Roberts Environmental Center, Wellesley College, Williams College
October 8th, 2009
By Ashley Phillips
Green Right Now
The Sustainable Endowments Institute released the 4th edition of its annual College Sustainability Report Card 2010, also known as the Green Report Card on Wednesday.
Founded in 2005 and supported by Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, the Institute supports the advancement of sustainability in higher education. It boasts that its college ranking project had a response rate of 96 percent in 2009, giving the Green Report Card the highest response rate of any college sustainability ranking or rating service.
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Tags: · Amherst, Arizona State University, Brown University, Carleton College, College of the Atlantic, Dickinson College Harvard University, Luther College, Macalester College, Middlebury College, Oberlin College, Pacific Lutheran University, Pomona College, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Sustainable Endowments Institute, The Green Report Card, University of California-San Diego, University of Colorado, University of Minnesota, University of New Hampshire, University of North Carolina, University of Pennsylvania
September 9th, 2008
By Barbara Kessler
College-bound high schoolers looking for an environmentally conscientious college should have no shortage of guidance this year. The Sierra Club has joined the Princeton Review in assessing the green creds of U.S. universities.
Actually, the venerable environmental group was first out with the idea, launching a “Cool Schools” rundown in 2007. Their second annual review, in the group’s Sept./Oct.Sierra magazine, settles on list of the top ten campuses — Ten That Get It — that includes colleges of all sizes from the East to the West.
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Tags: · Arizona State University, green colleges, Middlebury College, Oberlin College, Princeton Review, Sierra Club, University of Colorado