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November 15, 2016

The ReThink Your Footprint campaign wrapped up on November 11th, 2016. During the two-week campaign, an assortment of initiatives, events, presentations, and other forms of outreach took place to share information...Read more »

November 8, 2016

Penn Vet's New Bolton Center, located on 700 acres in Kennett Square, provides an internationally renowned standard of Large Animal Care.   New Bolton comprises the George D. Widener Hospital for...Read more »

November 8, 2016

Reuse is a big component of ReThink Your Footprint, and although many activities on campus are local, some programs cover more ground and are international.

In September 2007,...Read more »

November 2, 2016

You might have seen it advertised on a poster staked into the ground around campus; you might have noticed it listed in an unassuming green box on the Green Campus Partnership (GCP) website; you might have heard of it through an email from your College House. Read more »

October 25, 2016

Penn Athletics has the opportunity to make a huge impact in waste minimization and this is clearly highlighted through their efforts at Penn Relays. Green Penn Relays was started a...Read more »

ReThink: Reuse and Recycling
October 25, 2016

Penn's Staff & Faculty Eco-Reps manage collection programs to reuse or recycle products: eyeglasses, shoes, and writing instruments. These initiatives help reduce landfill waste and the impacts of manufacturing new products, while promoting...Read more »

October 24, 2016

The PennMOVES program began in 2008 to promote the sustainable re-use of clothing, furniture, and other gently used items left behind by students moving out of College Houses. 2016 greatly...Read more »

October 24, 2016

Offices represent a significant portion of campus energy and material use and waste production. The Green Campus Partnership recognizes the efforts of staff and faculty to green their daily activities...Read more »

October 24, 2016

Electronics like cell phones, computers, printers, TVs, and a long list of others are commonplace in today’s society.  The quick turnover of this technology, such as new cell phone models...Read more »

October 24, 2016

Through ongoing renovations and construction of new buildings, SAS has managed to divert much of their used furniture from landfills. The program started in 2014 and since then 10.5 tons...Read more »

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