Ongoing Sustainability Work Leads to ‘Green Colleges’ Recognition, Growing Efforts
SUNY Oswego was again recognized among the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges by the Princeton Review. In The Princeton Review’s Guide to Green Colleges 2021 Edition, SUNY Oswego was noted as “absolutely overflowing
The college’s comprehensive approach to sustainability includes incorporating lessons inside and outside classrooms, plans toward increasingly incorporating green energy sources and outreach through efforts like Sustainability Week.
The college was recognized for its biological field station at Rice Creek, Climate Action Plan, use of green cleaning products, sustainability research, multiple student groups
working on and advocating for environmental solutions and its policy of LEED Green design for any new construction.
For more information on SUNY Oswego’s leadership in sustainability, visit oswego.edu/sustainability.
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