On Earth Day in year 1970, months before the Environmental Protection Agency existed; a bunch of eco-minded scholars at the Varsity of Colorado at Stone started something giant — and green. More than forty years on, CU’s Environmental Center has grown to use more than a hundred scholars, operate a recycling program so big it really turns a nice profit, and lead U.S.
Colleges in green campus creativity. It has learned, as other universities are realizing, that turning green goes past environmental stewardship — it is also good business. According to a 2010 Princeton Review survey of sixteen thousand college candidates and elders, 66% of inward bound freshman need to know about a possible college’s supportability efforts, Read More