Of the 300,000 people across the globe who marched in support of our planet this past Saturday, 500 were our own community members: Princeton's Walk for Our World's Green Future was a huge success! It was so great to see such a wide range of people, both young and old, marching together in recognition of an intergenerational challenge.Read More
Date & Time: Saturday, April 29th 9:30 am.
The Walk for Our World's Green Future (WOW) is a community-wide opportunity for those concerned about climate change and passionate about defending our environment to unite in support of these concerns by walking together through Princeton. WOW is intended to be a family-friendly event that embraces positive messaging and encourages proactive approaches to reducing our joint climate impact. WOW is being held on the same date as the national Climate March in Washington D.C.Read More
Beyond Recycling: Building the Circular Economy in NJ
The Circular Economy is a growing business movement that uses a life-cycle approach to rethink materials and systems to keep resources in use for as long as possible, reduce waste, and avoid pollution. Learn how the concept is being brought to life in Princeton and across the state.
Sustainable Princeton was awarded $10,000 from the Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund, Inc. The check was presented by (pictured left to right) Holly Bartido, Associate Project Manager at Church & Dwight Co., Inc. to Christine Symington, Energy Director.Read More
Electric Vehicles (EVs) are becoming more mainstream. Learn what you need to know if you are considering an EV and what Princeton is doing to reduce "range anxiety" and spur the transition to greener transportation options.