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Sustainability

The biodiesel-fueled Big Green Bus.

Thayer School of Engineering faculty—including Charles Sullivan, who works to efficiently convert sunlight into electricity—are researching energy technologies.

Sustainable aquaculture research at Dartmouth’s Organic Farm.

Each fall, 16 students head to southern Africa to study conservation and development with the Environmental Studies off-campus program.

Dartmouth’s sustainable move out/move in project keeps appliances, dorm decor, and other gear out of the waste stream and delivers it into new hands.

Green by choice. From what we study to how we live, sustainability impacts every aspect of life at Dartmouth.

A Deeper Shade of Green

Dartmouth’s Sustainability Project encourages everyone to think deeply about how to do greener, better. Start making a difference, right now.

 

Environmental Studies

Academic options for studying the interactions between people and the natural world at Dartmouth include a minor in sustainability.

 

Live Green

Residents of the Sustainable Living Center affinity house explore the practical skills of living a more sustainable lifestyle.

 

Recycling is just one of the many commitments we make to sustainability at Dartmouth

Getting around

Bike, bus, share a ride—Dartmouth supports lots of environmentally friendly ways to get to and around campus.

 

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