Sustainable Princeton, a nonprofit organization focused on practical solutions to reduce energy use and waste, has joined forces with the Municipality of Princeton to assist the town with three new » more about Announcing Municipal Green Team, Silver Certification and EnergySmart Homes Campaign
As Princeton students head back to school to study the three "Rs" of reading, 'riting, and 'rithmatic, we hope they will also keep in mind another three Rs --Reduce, Reuse and Recycle--to help » more about How Princeton Students Can Help Reduce School Waste
Do you think it is possible to slash your home energy bill in half or more, reduce the amount you pollute by 75%, save money and make your living space more comfortable too?Ted Borer's family » more about Princeton Engineer Talks About Saving Home Energy and Money
[Updated May 3, 2013]Sustainable Princeton is seeking a BPI-certified home energy auditor to perform high quality home energy audits in Princeton at a reasonable cost. The requirements, » more about RFP Issued for Home Energy Audit Services
[Updated May 1, 2013]A resolution endorsing "Principles of Sustainability" was adopted by the Princeton Public Schools (PPS) Board of Education at its April 23rd meeting at the JW Middle School » more about Sustainability Resolution Adopted by Princeton School Board
Online registration for the "Princeton Composts" Curbside Organic Waste Collection is now available via the Princeton municipal website. We hope you will sign up today for this award-winning » more about Princeton Composts: Do You? Curbside Organic Waste Collection Sign Up Now Online
Nine inspiring community leaders were honored on January 23, 2013 at the Sustainable Princeton Leadership Awards Ceremony.The awards ceremony took place at the Princeton Public Library as a » more about Announcing 2012 Sustainable Princeton Leadership Award Winners
Know someone who’s made a difference to sustainability in Princeton? Tell us by Dec. 21 and they could win an award!Sustainable Princeton and the Princeton Environmental Commission are » more about Nominations Due for 2012 Sustainable Princeton Leadership Awards
Princeton has been awarded a Sustainable Jersey grant of $20,000 to support the Curbside Food to Compost Program. Princeton is one of just four communities, out of 28 applicants in the $20,000 » more about Princeton Wins $20,000 Grant for Curbside Food Waste Program!
Looking for ways to get more involved? We need your help to move sustainability to the next level in the new Princeton. If one of these opportunities calls out to you, please contact us via this » more about Volunteer Opportunities for Fall 2012 and Beyond!