Green, Greener, Greenest

Vince Palermo/Arizona State University

HIGHER education can’t resist a ranking: best college, best cafeteria, biggest endowment, biggest party school. It says something about what’s important on campus, then, that when the Princeton Review releases its annual guide to colleges this week, it will include a new metric: a “green rating,” giving points for things like “environmentally preferable food,” power from renewable sources and energy-efficient buildings.

Green, Greener, Greenest Kate Zernike NYT 7/27/08

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One response to “Green, Greener, Greenest

  1. Pingback: Pursuing the Elusive Goal Of a Carbon-Neutral Building « ~Yale Arts Library Blog~

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