- Harvard began a Green Campus Initiative in 2000 and has continued to grow its green roots [PDF] since then.
- Harvard has made major investments in energy conservation in campus buildings
- The University introduced a green cleaning service, and integrated local and organic produce into school cafeterias.
- The school has 20 new-construction and renovation projects have been certified for green credits since 2002, more than at any other university in the country. The Crimson's green tide is also extending to transportation, with biodiesel being made from kitchen oil and used in university buses
- Recently, the campus launched the Harvard Green Campus Initiative (HGCI), which addresses how to address the demands of environmental sustainability in its future campus design, development, and operations. http://www.news.harvard.edu/gazette/2006/04.06/06-green.html
- More on Harvard's green campus efforts and activities http://www.greencampus.harvard.edu/
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