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Aug 11,2014

Two University of Pennsylvania building projects have received LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council: ...Read more »

Nov 5,2013

Penn’s Facilities & Real Estate Services Division works continually enhance the retail offerings at Penn and respond to changing market conditions. Student and community interest in an...Read more »

Dec 2,2014

Wharton Operations announced in September that Steinberg Hall-Dietrich Hall won the Philadelphia BOMA 2014 TOBY Award – Best of the Best for Green Practices.  The Outstanding Building of...Read more »

Nov 13,2014

The Climate Action Plan 2.0 report released in October 2014 highlighted many achievements on the first five years of Penn's Climate Action Plan, 2009-2014. Read more »

Aug 14,2014

The June issue of the Penn Current, “By the Numbers” took a closer look at the grassy areas and towering...Read more »

Steinberg Hall-Dietrich Hall
Aug 14,2014

Penn’s campus development plan, Penn Connects, recommends sustainable development for all new projects. Every new building and major renovation project currently under design is...Read more »

Aug 14,2014

Penn’s Landscape Architect, Bob Lundgren, led a walking tour of Penn Park and Shoemaker Green for Staff & Faculty Eco-Reps in June, highlighting how environmental sustainability is practiced...Read more »

Aug 14,2014

The Penn Green Fund is designed to seed innovative ideas in environmental sustainability from Penn students, faculty, and staff. Since 2009, this initiative of Penn’s Green Campus...Read more »

Mar 17,2014

The Green Campus Partnership faculty grant program, Integrating Sustainability Across the Curriculum, is part of a global report on best practice case studies from 23 of the world’s...Read more »

Mar 17,2014

The Green Campus Partnership awarded one Fall 2013 Green Fund Grant to a group of students in Penn School of Engineering and Applied Science for their idea of bringing gamification to campus...Read more »

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