Monthly Newsletter
October 2015
Video: Where Does Princeton Get its Water?
Join Simran Mathews '18 and the Office of Sustainability as they discover Princeton University's water sources! Many thanks to the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association for providing us the flyover video (as made in Google Earth Pro) and their map of the watershed.  Watch the video.
Did You Know ?
Princeton partnered with a local company to compost food waste
Rocky College is home to Princeton's bicycle cooperative

News and Updates
The Office of Sustainability Welcomes Christian Rivera '14
The Office of Sustainability recently welcomed Christian Rivera '14 to the team. As Campus as Lab Fellow, Christian will work to identify how the University campus can be used as a living laboratory to identify and explore sustainability issues across disciplines. He received his B.A. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University, with certificates in East Asian Studies, Environmental Studies, and Latin American Studies. Upon graduation he taught English in rural China, and then served as a Princeton In Asia Fellow and Research Associate at The Center for People and Forests in Thailand (RECOFTC), where he worked on issues related to community-based forestry. If you see Christian around, say hi and welcome him back to Princeton University!

Princeton University Recognized as Top-Performing Institution in 2015 STARS
Princeton University has been recognized as a national top performer in sustainability coordination and planning in the recently published 2015 Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) Sustainable Campus Index report. 
Join the Free Office Supplies Listserv
Help reduce Princeton's waste by reusing office supplies! Join the new free office supplies listserv to share office supplies that you have in abundance (i.e. binders, notebooks, pens, folders) with others across campus who may be in need of them. Or use the listserv as a means to request office supplies that you may need. Open to the Princeton Community (students, staff, faculty) only!
Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment Readies for Research and Teaching with New Space
After over three years of construction, the  Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment  is about to open its doors, ushering in a new phase for the center's goal to develop solutions to ensure our energy and environmental future.

Help the Rescue Mission of Trenton Break the Record for Largest Clothing Donation
The Rescue Mission of Trenton is attempting to break the Guinness World Records ® title for the Largest Collection of Clothing for Recycle/Donation. There are seven clothing drop off locations across campus from now through November 15th.

Lights Out: A campaign to conserve energy offers a chance to study altruistic behavior
Princeton Alumni Weekly featured behavioral scientist, Dr. Sander van der Linden and his research related to the "Do it In the Dark" energy competition. Van der Linden used data on energy usage before, during, and after the competition to determine whether the campaign had lasting impact on students' behavior.   

Princeton Sustainability Leader Profile
Michael Sheridan *02
Michael Sheridan *02, Director of the Catholic Relief Services Coffee Program, explains why sustainability can be difficult to define in our latest Q&A.

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