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Monthly Archives: May 2010

Green Environmental Building Projects of Keystone School

Keystone School has been named one of the most environmentally responsible establishments of higher education in the country by The Princeton Review, a leading countrywide education publication. Keystone was one of an elect group of schools and schools listed in the Review’s first Guide to 286 Green Varsities assembled in association with the U.S.

Green Building Council (USGBC). The guide focuses only on establishments which have demonstrated a better than average dedication to supportability in details of campus framework, activities, and initiatives. The publication inspects an institution’s dedication to building documentation using USGBC’s LEED green building verification program, environmental literacy programs, formal sustainability committees, use of Read More

Green Job Opportunity for You

In this time of business recession, replenishable energy and energy-efficiency companies represent a glorious chance to generate jobs and income. According to a study, the clean energy industry has grown at over 3 times the rate of the economy in total.

A clear spinoff of this expansion in the eco-friendly power industry is the potential for job development prospects. According to the solar power Society’s latest Green-collar roles report, clean energy sectors represent 8.5 million roles and almost $1 trillion in yearly money in the US. With supportive policies, the report forecasts, the U.S.

May generate 40,000,000 green-collar roles and $4.5 trillion in yearly cash by 2030. Inside this transitioning economic environment, the Green Career Read More

Kids Green Education Policies

In colleges, we think way smaller class sizes are the key to behavior and learning. Study rooms should be places for the youngsters to explore and discover new things, which is better to achieve with smaller numbers of kids in study rooms.
This reflects the view of other parties that education is vital only as a way to enable Britain to challenge in the world economy. The Green Party would like a state funded education system which :

* Provides necessary numeracy and literacy abilities
* Promotes a feeling of responsibility, confidence and respect in all younger people * Caters for all specialisms and wishes electrifying a hunger for learning in all areas : academic and non-academic, thus authorizing youn Read More

Student Interest in Green Campus Innovations

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

The Green School for Green Living

Green faculties, or green buildings sometimes, is a term given to colleges that are engineered to be environmentally delicate, energy-efficient, and healthy for their occupants.

Any building that’s hard to heat or cool, that needs a good deal of lighting, that wastes water, uses no recycled materials, or has a displeasing “feel” to the people that work and study there’s certainly not a green college! Initially, the “green-ness” of this college might not be clear to you. Of course, it feels warm in winter and cool in the summertime just like every other college. And there doesn’t appear to be anything wierd about the lighting.

The doors and windows, walls and floors look pretty routine. So what is the Read More



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Should You Study in London?

Should You Study in LondonIf you are brooding about where to study, then you may have already decided where you need to be. Or you might still be taking a look at different places. Here's why you need to study in London.

1. London is the capital of Britain, and has a lot of things to do and see, starting from the imperial family, to Premier League soccer.

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Find an Eco-friendly Green Campus

Find an Eco-friendly Green CampusThis is the time of the year where varsities are snowed under with high college kids and seniors looking into the schools they wish to apply to or have recently been accepted to.Elders and students alike come prepared with tons of things to ask campus delegates. One question that prior members haven't had to prepare was the sustainability query : Is your campus a green campus?
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