RIT goes green
RIT prepares for leadership in the environmental revolution
“Use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without.” The old saying has new meaning these days as the world’s people struggle to cope with shortages of resources as well as global warming attributed to greenhouse gasses.
With the opening of the Golisano Institute for Sustainability, RIT gained increased status for its pioneering efforts in the areas of green engineering and manufacturing. In addition to preparing students to become leaders in these areas, the institute is helping business and industry adapt.
At the same time, the campus community is making strides to operate more sustainably.
These related stories explain what it means to go green at RIT.
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- Campus community moves toward a greener future
- Academic programs prepare students for green careers
- CAST's new home is RIT's greenest building
- Student groups take on environmental challenges
- Environmental lab announces green transportation initiative
- RIT launches Environmental Management Leadership Initiative
- Turning the pages green