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In past years, sustainability was not a high priority for Princeton Public Schools (PPS). But recent efforts to make the four elementary schools more energy-efficient,
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Sustainable Princeton recently announced that 22 of the Princeton Climate Action Plan’s 84 strategies have either been completed or initiated during 2021. This progress is
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Riverside School fourth grade teacher Terry McGovern and local residents Ted and Jess Deutsch teamed up with solar panel installers from Exact Solar last Friday
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The 18-month term of the Princeton Community Renewable Energy Program (PCRE) will end next month. The energy aggregation project, which began in June 2020, was
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The current term of the Princeton Community Renewable Energy (PCRE) Program is coming to a close. The Municipality’s 18-month contract with Constellation NewEnergy, Inc., which more than
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An ordinance banning the use of gasoline-powered leaf blowers during summer and winter months was adopted unanimously by Princeton Council Monday night, capping 10 months
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Earlier this week, Princeton Council approved changes to an ordinance that restricts the time of day and seasons when gas-powered lawn equipment, including leaf blowers, can be used. Refer
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Community Park, Johnson Park, Littlebrook and Riverside schools all have new LED lighting throughout the buildings, including classrooms, hallways, cafeterias, restrooms and offices, thanks in
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The sukkahs that are dotting the Princeton landscape this week are more than the innovative and creative architectural designs they appear to be. They are
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Princeton’s Climate Action Plan (CAP) calls for updating the community-wide production-based inventory every year. Long-term trends are difficult to ascertain from year to year. However,
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