On a cold Tuesday afternoon this past November, while most HBS students were busy reading cases, working out in Shad or enjoying our daily naps, a few HBS Green Living Representatives were digging through bags of trash in an Allston facility. Yes, you read correctly – trash – smelly, slimy, completely uncensored garbage generated by… Continue reading Waste audit results are in: 23% of HBS trash is recyclable!
A survey of HBS students reveals that the majority find the Graduate Green Living Program to be effective, particularly in the areas of resource conservation and recycling. The program’s communication materials and initiatives have motivated many students to adopt energy, water and paper saving measures. They feel that they will continue to implement green measures… Continue reading This is Green Week!
It’s likely that if you live in the dormitories, Soldiers Field Park, One Western or Peabody Terrace you have seen posters of your Green Living Representatives. These representatives are part of the Graduate Green Living Program, a peer to peer educational program. Representatives educate and promote sustainable behaviors to their colleagues throughout the year with… Continue reading Introducing the Green Living Reps
Green Living Reps wine and dine HBS community while kicking off the HBS Dorms Energy Competition and Sustainability Pledge. The HBS Dorms Energy Competition was kicked off with a party in Hamilton Hall lounge on Monday, November 13. In addition to wine, beer, sushi, satay, and a recycled plastic toothbrush, the 100 attendees were treated… Continue reading Sustainability Pledge Featured in Kick-off for HBS Dorms Energy Competition
Want to win the HBS Energy Competition, or just want to do your daily do-good deed to save the environment? Here’s how you can: 1) Turn off your computer, lights, stereo, TV and other appliances when not in use. 2) Unplug adapters (like your cell phone charger and MP3 player) when not in use, as… Continue reading Top 10 Energy Conservation Tips from your Green Living Reps