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Feb 2,2010

Eco-Reps is a peer-to-peer educational program that began with students in Penn’s college houses to help reduce their environmental footprint through improved environmental awareness and behavior...Read more »

Jan 28,2010

Penn News Staff, Penn Current -- University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann was among 25 university presidents who have signed onto a global agreement in support of campus-wide...Read more »

Dec 21,2009

Chrissy Kadleck, Waste & Recycling News -- Imagine carolers merrily going door to door, spreading the timely message of energy reduction and passing out gifts of compact fluorescent...Read more »

Dec 14,2009

Heenal Patel, The Daily Pennsylvanian -- Last week, Penn approved the funding of 10 Green Fund projects, including the creation of an urban garden on the University’s campus. The Green...Read more »

Dec 7,2009

Calder Silcox, The Daily Pennsylvanian -- Unplugged electronics in dorms this winter break is all Penn’s Eco-Reps want this holiday season. New to Penn this year, the Eco-Reps program —...Read more »

Dec 7,2009

Facilities and Real Estate Services is pleased to announce the Green Fund recipients. The recipient pool is diverse, with projects ranging from a small-scale College House composting program to...Read more »

Dec 7,2009

For Penn to achieve its goals of reducing our carbon footrprint and enhancing its overall sustainability practices engaging office staff in their workplaces is a critical component.  Over the...Read more »

Nov 27,2009

Heather Clancy, smartplanet.com -- Chances are you were alternately friends and enemies with the student resident advisor who was posted in your college dorm. Now, students at the...Read more »

Nov 19,2009

A contingent of University of Pennsylvania students who live in three residence halls and one fraternity house has volunteered to become Eco-Reps, peer-to-peer educators in a program designed to...Read more »

Nov 1,2009

Jared Dublin, The Daily Pennsylvanian -- A girl in an elaborate, homemade hyena costume stood on Locust Walk on Friday. Her message? Go green...Read more »

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Penn Park has added more than 22 acres of green space to Penn’s urban campus.

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