Can we connect our neighborhoods with access to jobs, grocery stores, schools, libraries, parks and gathering places? Can we preserve neighborhood character and ensure all Princeton community members have access to safe, affordable, low carbon transportation and housing? Read More
Many of our daily activities such as using electricity, driving a car, and disposing of waste create greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to climate change. The first step towards determining how to reduce our emissions is to create an inventory. Join us as we share the results of Princeton's inventory and discuss actions that can reduce our impact. Read More
This summer, be sure to stop by and visit the new Energy Parklet in front of Jazams. Windmills, solar panels, water turbines and bikes are all in action, providing energy to the parklet and fun for the family. So drop by and play a bit! Even better show up at 2pm every Saturday in July when Sustainable Princeton will have volunteers stationed to tell you more about renewable energy and answer your questions. Read More
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
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.