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It’s been almost one year since the Mayor and Council adopted the Princeton Climate Action Plan (CAP). The plan calls for updating the community-wide production-based
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New Jersey is moving ahead in Stage 2 of its Restart and Recovery, which began last week with outdoor dining and the resumption of indoor
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What does a sustainable and resilient community look like as it safely reopens?Enjoy a stroll down Witherspoon and Hulfish Streets and you’ll see just that,
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Tomorrow evening the Planning Board is considering adopting a Green Building and Environmental Sustainability Element (GBESE) into Princeton’s Community Master Plan. Adoption of this element
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Native plants thrive in our region, making them uniquely qualified to be low-maintenance and supportive of our native birds, insects, and animals. For our third
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June 4, 2020

Standing Together

Racial justice, environmental justice, and sustainability are inseparable. As we reflect on the events over the last week, Sustainable Princeton stands in solidarity with the
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Our food choices contribute to our carbon footprint and have an impact on greenhouse gas emissions globally. This seminar provided an opportunity to learn what
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May is National Bike Month, and one of this year’s themes has been the cancellation of almost all scheduled events. Ciclovia, with Quaker Road closed
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The food choices you make impact the size of your personal carbon footprint. Join us Wednesday, June 3 at 7:00 PM to learn about the changes you can
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On behalf of the Princeton Environmental Commission Subcommittee who worked on the municipality’s energy aggregation program, we would like to respond to Al Cavallo and
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