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New research based at Princeton University shows that the trick to predicting when and where sea animals will relocate due to climate change is to follow the pace and...
The Guardian reports, "The World's First Cruelty-Free Hamburger," written by Princeton Progressor Peter Singer.
Princeton University reports, "Princeton Researchers Help Protect New York from Climate Change."
Princeton University reports, "Cool Heads Likely Won’t Prevail in a Hotter, Wetter World."
The Independent reports, "Fewer resources, greater stress, more disasters: Climate change linked to violence among people and societies."
A study has been published in the journal Science revealing that for every minor deviation from the norm in temperature and rainfall, instances of rape, murder...
We are pleased to announce two promotions within the Office of Sustainability: Shana Weber was appointed Director of the Office of Sustainability in March 2013,...
The Princeton Campus Farmers Market was held on Firestone Plaza in the spring of 2013. The market, run by student GreenLeaders, wrapped up on May 15th. A range of items...
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On February 22, the GreenLeaders held a face painting event at the GreenSpace kiosk in Frist as a way to promote Recyclemania, an eight week recycling competition open...
A new reality in which long stretches of triple-digit days are common threatens not only the lives of the millions of people who live there, but also a cornerstone of...
The New York Times reports on the greening of Canadian campuses.
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The loss of bees and other pollinators around the world is already cause for concern. Now two researchers who studied bumblebees in Colorado have added a new worry,...
Technology and food have continued their convergence in recent years and the market is changing at break neck speed. Around the U.S, food producers are battling for...

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