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Congratulations to Western Washington University! After nearly 3 years of campaigning, WWU has voted to end the sale of bottled water on their campus beginning April 1, 2014. WWU is now the largest college or university in...

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Background In 2006, SFCC developed a five-year plan including the use of sustainable technologies and practices, then signed the American College and University President’s Climate Commitment in 2009 and a zero waste resolution two years...

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Our team was given the change to speak with Susie Turner,  Wilfrid Laurier University‘s executive for the EcoHawks, about their current initiatives towards Banning the Bottle throughout campus. Why were you interested in banning the bottle...

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The northern Nevada community can celebrate and learn about options for more sustainable living at the University of Nevada, Reno campus Monday, April 15 through Friday, April 19. Educational programs and demonstrations will focus on...

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As the green movement continues to grow and spread across the nation, we are seeing more and more school and universities working towards banning the sale of plastic bottled water within their campuses and facilities and they are all being implemented...

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Badgers REthink Bottled Water

February 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

UW of Madison has officially kick started a Ban the Bottle campaign on their campus. A blog has been created called Bottle Free Badgers to help advocates and those interested stay up to date with...

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Powerful Shift in American History Made at UVM

January 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Two weeks into the new year as University of Vermont students resume classes on the snow-covered Burlington campus, something is missing: bottled water. UVM is the latest university to ban on-campus sales of bottled water....

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A group of students at the University of Waterloo are quickly learning why no public institution in the region has yet banned the sale of bottled water on its property. The 10-or-so students who make...

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