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The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is discontinuing the sale of bottled water at its facility. The museum has made this decision in keeping with its long-standing conservation mission and aligns with other institutions across the country...

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Students at North Island College are returning to campus in September to find new water bottle refilling stations have replaced old fountains. “Students are excited that the College has begun to respond to our efforts...

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The Detroit Zoo hopes to wean its visitors off the bottle. As part of the Detroit Zoological Society’s (DZS) Greenprint sustainability plan, the Zoo has launched a three-year initiative to discontinue the sale and use...

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“Think outside the bottle” was the message an environmental coalition shared Wednesday morning in San Francisco in its pitch to get the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and Yosemite National Park to ditch bottled water....

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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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Smart IDEAS at Binghamton University

December 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Intellectual Decisions on Environmental Awareness Solutions (IDEAS) for Binghamton started a petition last week to bolster student support for their initiative to ban the sale and distribution of plastic water bottles on campus. According to...

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An arch made with 2,000 empty plastic water bottles in the student center at the University of Vermont was dedicated Wednesday as a monument to the school’s decision to end the sale of bottled water...

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Boston Sets Foundation for Hydration

November 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Citing the state’s rapidly rising obesity rate, city officials are calling for water to flow from more public places to keep Bostonians hydrated and cut back on wasting plastic. According to a hearing request filed...

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